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New Music Friday: 1.14.22

New Music Friday: 1.14.22

With 2022 finding its footing, more new projects are staring to unfold. The year holds potential for a new wave of music and it’s time to dive in. Here is this week’s New Music Friday.

Against the Current – Wildfire

Against the Current have released their latest track “Wildfire.” frontwoman Frontwoman Chrissy Costanza commented, “Bringing ‘Wildfire’ to life was a surreal experience from beginning to end and any opportunity we have to be involved with the League of Legends world is incredible. We’re so excited to be the soundtrack to LEC 2022! Shooting the video was one of the biggest productions we had ever been on, so it was a crazy experience. We had never done overnight shoots or worked with so much pyro. The team behind it was awesome and we had an absolute blast.”

Erin Rae – Cosmic Sigh

Erin Rae dropped the single “Cosmis Sigh.” Erin says of the creation of the song, “For me, ‘Cosmic Sigh’ is telling the story of the turning point in healing, in which you start to see the light at the end of the tunnel, or hope that a new way of living is starting to feel more comfortable; that life is expanding. Something I have learned many times now is that when things start to change, even for the better, it can be intimidating and uncomfortable. The familiar ways of operating, though harmful or painful, can try and draw you back in for a few rounds. Two steps forward, one step back. “Cosmic Sigh” is about the fortitude within; the commitment to have faith in the unknown, and stay the course the intuition is hinting at, and eventually, hopefully, trusting oneself.”

Muse – Won’t Stand Down

Muse is back with their first piece of music in 5 years. The group released their single “Won’t Stand Down.” “Won’t Stand Down is a song about standing your ground against bullies, whether that be on the playground, at work or anywhere,” says Matt Bellamy. “Protecting yourself from coercion and sociopathic manipulation and to face adversity with strength, confidence and aggression.”

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Oscar Scheller – Hard Being Alive Featuring chloe moriondo

Oscar Scheller teams up with chloe moriondo for “Hard being Alive.” Scheller comments; “It’s hard being alive is something I’m sure we’ve all thought at one point in our lives. I wrote it during a particularly claustrophobic and dismal period in London. I honestly forgot about it. Fast forward onto an LA trip, chloe moriondo and I had just left a session with A.G Cook and I accidentally airdropped the demo to Chloe’s phone when I was trying to play another song in the car. A month later she messaged me the song saying she was obsessed with it and sent me a voicenoted acoustic rendition. I messaged back saying “you wanna do a verse?” and she made the song a million times better!!”

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