Posts Tagged ‘single review’

Get Ready For “Planet Her”

by Darlene
“I’ve always wanted to try things. I commend artists who stick to something. It feels pleasing aesthetically and very driven.” After completely owning last year’s music scene, Doja Cat has confirmed to be nearly done with Planet Her. With an estimated release for late summer, she’s got a lot of fans anticipating several new hits. […]

Chevelle Is Back With “Self Destructor” and Niratias

by Darlene
Chevelle, which is now made up of brothers Pete and Sam Loeffler, is back with their ninth studio album. The first single from Niratias is called “Self destructor,” which was written back in 2019, but could easily be mistaken as a reference of the pandemic and the very obvious divide between the believers and non-believers of […]

In Review: You Me At Six Single, “Give”

by Alyssa O'Brenski
This past Friday, You Me At Six released a preview of their upcoming album Night People in the form of a single, titled “Give”. With three uniquely adequate precursors to this January release, these singles individually reveal the subtlety and rawness that this band seems likely to unveil soon. At first, “Give” resembles much of […]

In Review: Unanticipated LANY single, “yea, babe, no way”

by Alyssa O'Brenski
Last Friday, LANY seized the attention of their fans by dropping a new single titled “yea, babe, no way”. The alternative dreampop band’s last release was earlier this year—a song called “WHERE THE HELL ARE MY FRIENDS”—but they caught their fans off-guard with the surprise release of their latest smooth and ambient song. LANY’s repertoire crafts […]