Let’s Eat Grandma, the duo composed of songwriters, multi-instrumentalists, vocalists Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth, are today excited to share their first single in three years.
“Hall Of Mirrors”, out now via Transgressive, is an ethereal, glistening pop song about a beautiful, intense moment remembered, and a welcome return for the acclaimed Norwich pair. The track comes with a hazy, dreamlike video directed by El Hardwick.
Rosa Walton said the following about the song and video: “I wanted to use the setting of a fairground at night to describe the dizziness, intensity and excitement of being with a woman I had strong feelings for, and the hall of mirrors as a metaphor for discovering and exploring parts of myself that I was bringing to life. In some ways it’s reflective and almost secretive, journeying through confusing and difficult emotions, but I also wanted Hall of Mirrors to be a euphoric song that conveys clarity, confidence, and ultimately joy.”
The single received its first radio plays last night on Jack Saunders’ BBC Radio 1 show as his Power Play and this morning on Lauren Laverne’s BBC Radio 6 Music show as her While You Were Sleeping track.
Persevering talent Maria Domark has had a taste of being in the public eye, but now she is seen under a new career-defining lens with her debut EP Flawless via P.O.F CORF. Featured on the EP is the striking track ‘Haunted’ which has left chills down our spines with its sincere mood. Maria Domark is an evocative, edgy yet delicate vocalist that can leave the listener feeling paralyzed with her goddess-like range.
Maria Domark has endured many struggles prior to releasing this EP but has risen back up victoriously from these experiences with a kick-ass future pop release. The track ‘Haunted’ along with the rest of the EP calls to mind mind-bending singers and producers like Grimes and Ashnikko who have taken the electronic music sphere by storm.
‘Haunted’ draws the listener in like the sounds of hummingbirds. One is completely captivated by the beauty of Maria Domark’s vocals and the ominous atmosphere that is roped into one stellar track. Maria Domark is a dynamite act that is going to burst into the music scene with vigour along with her animated and edgy appearance that we are obsessed with.
The Flawless EP featured on the Spotify Playlist POP_GRØUND
Dance-pop starlet Harper Starling debuts her new release, “No More What If.” Written by Harper Starling and co-written and co-produced by Cindy Valentine (Bebe Rexha, Britney Spears, Alisha) and Niko The Kid (Outkast, Ariana Grande), “No More What If” is a dance-pop anthem designed to get the floor moving, but it’s also an old-fashioned storytelling song — a tale of a creative young woman who loved her home but was also hungry for experience and recognition.
At the core, “No More What If” is an autobiographical tale of Harper taking the leap from her hometown to Los Angeles, the city of dreams. No matter where you’ve grown up, leaving home is hard. If you’re lucky enough to be native to a region as pretty, friendly, and welcoming as Southeastern Wisconsin, it’s tempting to stay in the place you recognize. You might be satisfied with life as you’ve always known it. But if you choose never to chase after your dreams, you may always wonder: what if? Harper unspools this narrative over propulsive beats and sings it all in a voice that shines and moves like a beam of sunlight breaking through the clouds.
The “No More What If” music video premiered exclusively on PopWrapped. The visual, which was directed by Devin J. Dilmore, is moving, heartfelt, and honest, but it’s also quite funny: when the aspiring Harper presents her resume to random passersby on the streets of Hollywood, it’s full of Upper Midwestern in-jokes. Her ability to poke fun at herself, even while she’s pursuing stardom, is incredibly endearing. Underscoring the entirety of the visual is an ode to Southern California: the copious, glorious sunshine, the car rides through glamorous neighborhoods, the scramble up the ladder of showbiz success, and the terrific costumes that the singer gets to wear once she’s made herself at home in Los Angeles.
Entering orchestral territory with his latest single ‘Lost In The Cloud’,Waveshaper lifts us to new horizons. This track will feature on his upcoming album release Mainframe, which is set for official release on the 17th of September via Waveshaper Music Production. The synthwave producer has been creating melodious electronic tracks for almost a decade now, sharing the stage with the prolific music producer Com Truise. Along with this success, he has featured in the noteworthy documentary The Rise of the Synths.
In an in-depth interview with Synthian, the producer commented on the intentions of the forthcoming album: “From the beginning, I wasn´t actually targeting an album release. It started out as an EP but I hit a creative button so I decided to grab on to that inspiration and completed an album.” After reading Waveshaper’s response, we can tell that this producer lets the creativity flow freely.
Unlike the first taster for the album ‘Friends Again’, ‘Lost In The Cloud’ sways towards darker notes and spaces. The track features much lower down the album tracklist and could mean that this album is going to follow a linear storyline of re-connection, hope and despair. We will find out what the rest all means when the album is unveiled to the public in the coming weeks.
‘Lost In The Cloud’ featured on the Spotify playlist WAVE_GRØUND