New songs New Songs 8.14.2020

Published on August 15th, 2020 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Songs: The Emerging Artist Edition

Here’s our weekly roundup of “New Songs: The Emerging Artists Edition” … just click the titles to hear a sample. Then follow along with our playlist at Spotify, or click on the player at the bottom of the page.

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One Star, deryk
Wicked Man, Brad Arnold (3 Doors Down vocalist)
The Afterlife, Practice … side project for Michael Tapper, former drummer of We Are Scientists, Bishop Allen, Fool’s Gold and Yellow Ostrich
Monsters in the Stars, Granville Automatic
Prayers, Glass Eye
7 Summers, Morgan Wallen
What We Do, Off Bloom
never have to see u again, Gwyn Love
Buzzin’, Dan Miraldi
Invisible Stranger, The PondHawks
another girl, pink roses
Free, Michael Rahme
Fantasy Chapel, Riches
Mad Wave, Mad Wave (formerly The Voodoo Children)
Sweetheart On Fire, The Alligator Wine
Waiting for You, Wayley

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Stronger, Siena Bella
Radium Girls, The Nursery
You’ll Never Know, Pink Matter
love yourself (spend forever), cookii
Runnin’, Starkillers & Andrea Godin
Mountain Woman, Carmanah
A Lot to Lose, Temme Scott
Disco Girl, Nick Rifken
Nosotros y Los Demás, Andrex Montenegro

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California, Kaley Pearson
Shake It, DmoCobb
Song About James, AVOID
Like a Ghost, S.K. Wellington
Rolling, John Dole
This Is Me, LD
Giant, Emily Kate
Like Me, Yorxe
Walking on a Wire, The Imaginaries
I Fish, Brenda Cay

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