LOS ANGELES, CA | OCT 29th 2021 - Spiritual pop artist Daisy Draper has released her new single "Let Go," available on all digital streaming platforms NOW. Fueled by spirituality and wellness, Daisy Draper is creating her own fresh brand of pop music. "Let Go" gives listeners a sleek taste of her spirituality, and how she is intertwining that with swirling melodies and bold, atmospheric synth sounds. As an intuitive healer (and the pioneer of her genre), Draper seeks to make spirituality more accessible to listeners. The release of "Let Go" finds Draper doing just that, letting new ears in on her dance-y, ethereal world. About the single, she states:
“Let Go,” is about shadow and inner child work. Shadow work is the act of alchemizing wounds and integrating denied aspects of self to become whole. This type of deep, inner work allows us to show up as our most authentic selves to align with The Divine Path.”
Daisy Draper is an artist based in Los Angeles, California who merges spirituality and wellness with pop music. Through her blend of healing and entertaining, she helps people enjoy becoming their most authentic selves. Draper began her career in late 2018 after serving six years in the United States Army. During her time in the service, she was diagnosed with a debilitating autoimmune disease, her fight against which is one of her inspirations for her music. After overcoming her chronic illness through emotional healing, holistic health, and spiritual practices, Draper is eager to share the benefit of her experience with others through her social media platforms and her music.
As an Intuitive Healer, Draper seeks to make spirituality more “mainstream” and accessible. Through the sincere vulnerability in her lyrics, dreamy melodies, and atmospheric synths, Draper has mastered her pop sound. However, with her extensive background in holistic healing modalities such as shadow and inner child work, Draper has become the pioneer of what she calls “Spiritual Pop”. Spiritual pop is a genre in which the song’s lyrics and emotional temperature inspire others to embark on a journey of personal growth and transformation. With her new genre, Draper creates a path to help people step into their personal truth, wisdom and divinity.
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PHOENIX, AZ | OCT 29th, 2021 - Synth pop artist Faun Flora has released her new single "See You At The Funeral," out on all digital streaming platforms NOW. Faun Flora’s artistic perspective on synth pop is an atmospheric delight. Written during an emotional state of grief, "See You At The Funeral" explores the idea of death and relationships using the concept of funerals being a rite of passage. Through the songwriting process, Faun wanted to add a perspective that makes the listener view funerals as a portal to an outer experience that can only exist within. Toying with distinct ideas of both darkness and light, "See You At The Funeral" is a strong showing of Faun Flora's artistry. About the single, she states:
Written in July 2020 and recorded in June 2021, “See You At The Funeral” details the relationship between the listener and a loved one who they value dearly. The lyrics focus on death as a theme but with the bridge reinstating any love and relationship you experience exists beyond any life and dimension. The song shows more of an intimate side of my production, differing from the pop-based sound from the first EP “In a Daze, by My Lonesome”.
Faun Flora is an upcoming dream-synth pop artist based out of Phoenix, Arizona. Since officially stepping into the scene in 2014, she has continued to refine her songwriting and craft her own recognizable identity with the release of multiple singles online. Through vividly expressive vocals and the emotionally powerful imagery in her lyricism, Faun’s inspired and fresh, artistic perspective is brought out with the release of the airy and reminiscent tunes on the single Trilogy in 2017.
After releasing her single, ‘95, in 2018, she began introducing more electronic atmospheres with synthesizers. In A Daze, By My Lonesome is Faun Flora's debut EP, with the celebrated release at the world-renowned Crescent Ballroom in Phoenix, Arizona. The 5-track EP expresses Jasmine's inner-dialogues while living through her first year away from home and struggling with the new territories of depression and anxiety. The EP’s hit single, Drive, achieved international attention, scoring spots on radio stations including Alt AZ 93.3’s Homegrown with Mo, KWSS 93.9, and WHPC 90.3.
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NJ, USA | OCT 22nd 2021 - Pop rock band Pop Alma have released their new single "My Bed Is Big Enough For The Two Of Us," out on all digital platforms NOW. Pop Alma stems from a unique, multi-dimensional blend of pop, garage rock, and R&B backgrounds. Filled out with bold songwriting, Pop Alma’s upcoming EP release, due out November 19th, is a breathtaking demonstration of darkness and light, sending listeners down a rabbit hole of twisted fantasy. An introduction to their upcoming November EP, "My Bed Is Big Enough For The Two Of Us" shares just a piece of how versatile Pop Alma is. About the single, the band states:
“My Bed Is Big Enough For The Two Of Us' ' is the second song we have ever written together in this line with the EP. The song has a bright twisted dark fantasy feel to it, with a hint of a punk rock tinge to spice it up that ties in so perfectly for the vision we wanted to see with this EP. This was the first song we went to our producer Charlie Berezansky for and he truly went above and beyond making this song come to life just how we envisioned it.
Originating as a solo effort, Jacob Rubiani recruited Alex Cordova to join what would eventually form into Pop Alma. These two, with a few friends, compiled a few songs that would eventually become the debut EP, SOMA. Soon after completion, Chris Thompson and Harley Von Pierce completed the lineup.
Their second effort, Tales of a Hopeless Romantic, is a first in many aspects. “ I’ve had my heart set on this project for the past couple of years, and I stand by each track. I always like to tell a story within the writing,” says Rubiani. This new project tells a tale of love, and love lost, through many different musical stylings. “Our first EP was a first taste of who we are as a band. This one is us showing off what we’re capable of and how by just coming together with our own music tastes, we can truly make something so breathtaking yet so dark at the same time,” says Thompson.
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Give In Drop New Single "Flinch"
LOS ANGELES, CA | OCTOBER 22nd, 2021 - Pop rock band Give In have released their new single and music video "Flinch," out on all digital platforms NOW. "Flinch" was written about an edgy, personal story that found lead vocalist Chase Eden scarily falling asleep at the wheel on a late night drive home. Sonically, the track pulls inspiration from the fear of the experience, pulling out 90's arena energy and punchy, vivid vocals. Give In is fully embracing the role of content creator - packing each release with a wide range of content for listeners to indulge in. Big, bold, and filled to the brim with style, Give In is a band that listeners will latch onto. About "Flinch," the band states:
The inspiration for Flinch came from an experience where I fell asleep at the wheel, coming home from a partner's house, and was awoken by oncoming headlights just in time to swerve back into my lane. The song became my public acknowledgement that I continually let my lack of self esteem put me in dangerous situations, oftentimes with less than ideal company. However, I wasn’t going to go down alone. If I was going to admit this, I had to acknowledge all of the ways the partner was failing at being a human being as well. It’s a two way street after all.
Give In is a Los Angeles based rock band that combines the post-hardcore tendencies from their youth with a modern rock edge. In January 2018, lead singer Chase Eden entered the studio with Jim Kaufman (Anti-Flag, Danny Worsnop, Night Riots) to record their debut EP "Modern Mirror". Originally released under a different name (The Vain), Chase found himself as the sole member of the band and began building a new group. Guitarist Brian McShea and Drummer Jordan Williamson soon joined, while Chase recruited long-time friend and bandmate Sam Laponis on bass. With a complete band and new name, Give In jumped back in the studio with Jim Kaufman to track an all new E.P.
“Coming Home” and it’s corresponding video was released in November 2019 while Give In traveled through Southern California playing shows. Constrained by COVID-19 in 2020, the band focused on creating content for the release of the EP. After months of operating behind the scenes, Give In reemerged with their first song of 2021 “Finsta”. This was boldly followed by the anthemic breakup song “Overrated”, released in March, and the pop-punk banger “Second Story” in July.
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UTAH, USA | OCTOBER 15TH, 2021 - Pop punk band The Robot's Guide To Living have released their new single "Goodbye, Goodnight," out on all digital platforms NOW. The next piece of their upcoming LP (TBA), "Goodbye, Goodnight" is an emotionally-charged rock and roll track that stems from personal experiences with losing loved ones. The Robot's Guide To Living always approach their creativity with a multi-generational angle, utilizing influences that span across many eras of rock music. "Goodbye, Goodnight" gives a small taste of that variety, but packs a raw, powerful, and punky punch. About "Goodbye, Goodnight," the band states:
"Goodbye, Goodnight" is about loss of loved ones, Specifically through intentional suicide and accidental drug overdose. It was inspired by, and is dedicated to, two of our close friends that we have lost recently for these exact reasons. The song deals with the anger, frustration and sadness in feeling that we will never know what lead to those decisions and if there was anything that we could have done to get them the help they needed.
Pop punk disciples The Robot’s Guide To Living take on the genre with exuberance. Their breezy approach to creating music together is based on one simple rule - having genuine fun. The Southern Utah five piece originally formed as a duo in 2007, and have experienced many eras of rock music through their own evolution. After regularly touring the Southwest US region and releasing multiple records through the now-defunct Dook Records, The Robot’s Guide To Living laid the band to rest from 2012 - 2018.
Initially re-forming as a duo after their hiatus, The Robot’s Guide To Living put emphasis on recording and releasing catchy new music, and dropped an album in 2020 titled “Mayday”. However, shortly after the album’s release, the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and the band sought out to complete their lineup. Now a fresh five piece, The Robot’s Guide To Living confidently approach their punky sound with zest. The band's first offering with their refreshed lineup, "Cure Me" was released in August 2021, and is an ambitious take on multi-generational rock. Daring, striking, and punchy, "Cure Me", shows The Robot's Guide To Living at their most authentic, using the wide generational gap between their oldest and youngest members to a unique advantage.
As they gear up to release a new album, The Robot’s Guide To Living aim to maintain their tenacious core by keeping things unconventionally fun.
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