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New Music Friday: 7.30.21

New Music Friday: 7.30.21

As fall is looming and summer winds down, artists are still putting out music to soothe the souls of listeners. If you want to dance or have a moment to reflect, there’s something for everyone. Here is this week’s New Music Friday.


CLAVVS have released their album O. “This album covers a lot of ground for us. It’s about growth and healing and joy, and we wanted that to be reflected in the sonic space of the record,” the band explains. “We carved out our own little dance world that’s playful but still emotionally complex. It still feels like us.”

DallasK – Try Again Ft. Lauv

DallasK has teamed up with Lauv for “Try Again.” DallasK says, “‘Try Again’ is actually the first dance record Lauv and I made together and it was super fun to create a unique record that encompasses both of our styles and influences.”

Eleanor K – All In

Eleanor K shares the first single “All In” from her upcoming solo album. About the album, she says, “The album narrates my journey,” she explains. “From absolute crisis to getting myself completely engulfed in a fairly lengthy eating disorder, nearly giving up totally, to eventually pulling myself back together again. I had spent my formative years on tour with no real ties anywhere and a fairly one-sided perspective of life. It was affecting the music I was making as I lacked confidence in what I was doing. It wasn’t until I actually sat down, stripped everything in my life back and got to some good old-fashioned routine involved – something I had been so resistant to – that I began making material I actually liked and felt represented what I was about.”

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IVYTIDE – call it what u want

IVYTIDE release their new single “call it what u want.” On the single, the band shares, “We’re excited about the release of “call it what u want” because we feel it shows a different side of our music. It’s more upbeat, summery and hype than our previous songs, so we’re looking forward to seeing the kind of reception we’ll get from our fans. The theme of the song comes from the stress of putting a label on a relationship that started as something casual. The lyrics “call it what u want” are a direct response to when hot boy/girl summer gets too serious.”

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