Welcome to Weekly Round-Up No. 5! This week we feature debut songs by Quite Nice, Slowfade, Duets And Stuff and MorMor. And we review the new single by John Errol. Enjoy the music!
Quite Nice – Kodak
This song will brighten up your day! Quite Nice’s debut single “Kodak” is modern sunshinepop: ’60s vocal harmonies combined with grunge indierock. You’ll be singing along in no time!
Slowfade – Left Behind
Electronic duo SLOWFADE from the Netherlands, debut with a slow electropop ballad about an unsolvable love dispute. Several synthersizer melodies grow and enforce each other, giving the vulnerable vocals it’s needed dramatic support.
John Errol – Dead Man Walking
The new John Errol single is quite an unexpected song! On “Dead Man Walking” he surprisingly and seamlessly knows to combine gentle chamber pop with dark ambient. With a subtlety that borders to genius. A musical adventure!
Duets And Stuff – Serve Somebody
Hypnotic debut single by Swedish duo “Duets And Stuff”. The mantra ‘You always have to serve somebody’ during the song is tentalizing. But sung with such a comforting voice and backed with beautiful marimba melody, this life knowledge becomes bearable and even acceptable.
MorMor – Heaven’s Only Wishful
Canadian musician Seth Nyquist as MorMor drops his debut single “Heaven’s Only Wishful”. A gentle, nostalgic ode to his hometown Toronto. With lush synth melodies and his melancholic voice he creates a warm and soulful song.