The California pop band The Neighbourhood return after a 3 years absence with their a brand new studio album. Theie new 12-song release, showcases the band's growth since their debut only five years ago. The album begins with the gentle beats and wonderful harmonizing of "Flower," before shifting gears for the electronic, R&B tones of "Scary Love." Their melody is very smooth on the dance beats of "Void" and they embrace the electronics of "Softcore," before the slow-moving recollection of "Sadderdaze." The Neighbourhood finish up their latest album with the soulful beats of "Too Serious" and the more up-tempo, dance beats of "Stuck With Me." To find out more about The Neighbourhood and their latest release, please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/TheNeighbourhood.
English singer/songwriter George Ezra rose to fame last year with his hit single "Budapest," which was a top ten single around the world. His debut album "Wanted On Voyage" topped the charts in the U.K. and now George is quickly following that up with his second album, "Staying At Tamara's." The new 11-song release begins with the strumming of an acoustic guitar and Ezra's iconic voice on the sonic, pop melody of "Pretty Shining People." He continues with the horn-infused dance beats of "Don't Matter Now" and the fun, light-hearted folk-pop of "Get Away." He keeps the energy flowing with the summer melody of "Paradise" and the wonderful harmonies of "Saviour," featuring First Aid Kit, before closing with the R&B flavor of " Beautiful Dream." George Ezra will be hitting the road in Europe at the end of the month, before making his way to the U.S. in April. For a complete list of shows and to find out more about his new album "Wanted On Voyage," please visit georgeezra.com.
The team of singer/guitarist Keith Murray and bassist Chris Cain are ready to release their new album "Megaplex" as the electronic rock duo We Are Scientists. Their new album kicks off with the addictive pop tones of "One In, One Out" and the rock backdrop of "Notes In A Bottle" as you will certainly become absorbed into their sound. Then We Are Scientists deliver a grunge/alternative rock energy to "Your Light Has Changed," before slowing down for the pop ballad "KIT." They wrap up their new album with the new wave appeal of "No Wait At File Leaves" and the energy and harmonies of "Properties Of Perception." To find out more about We Are Scientists and their latest release "Megaplex," please visit wearescientists.com.