new music to know
Summer unofficially comes to a close this weekend and as we say goodbye to the songs of the summer we begin to get excited for all the music set to be released this fall.
New Music to Know: Lemaitre Brings Indie-Pop Sensibilities & Some Scientific Theories to the Dance Floor
The music of Lemaitre isn’t easy to categorize.
The country of Sweden has born some of the greatest pop music ever heard. Their latest export, a trio called NONONO, have hit the American airwaves like a powerhouse with their single “Pumpin’ Blood.”
The very hard rocking duo from Brighton recently graduated from playing nightclubs of fewer than 20 people to stadiums of more than 50,000 in just a year’s time thanks in part to the Arctic Monkeys.
We’ve put together a list of six acts that we think are worth seeing in person or on the webcast.
Many have found a connection with the feel good vibes of “Best Day of My Life” where the guys are touching the clouds, howling at the moon and just generally grabbing life by the balls, singing, “No limits just epiphanies.”
One part jangly guitar riffs à la The Smiths and one part disheveled punk, the Drowners love-filled debut is a testament to the gritty New York reality that’s helped craft perfect pop songs for generations.