Published on November 27th, 2017 | by Nerhys0
New Music from the Inbox for November 27, 2017: Zosia, The Elwins, Cold Years, & More!
Electro-pop singer-songwriter Zosia draws lyrical inspiration from the philosophies of Isaac Asimov and Pythagoras. Her latest single speaks of finding balance while also preserving the planet.
Artist: The Elwins
Song: “Hocus Pocus”
Album: Beauty Community
Toronto pop-rockers The Elwins have created music videos to accompany each of the 13 tracks on their latest album Beauty Community. This is the first one they released.
Artist: Cold Years
Song: “Miss You to Death”
Currently touring the UK, Scottish rock band Cold Years plan to release an EP in the new year. This single gives fans an idea of what to expect.
Artist: Happy Accidents
Song: “Wait It Out/A Better Plan”
Set to release a new album in February, London indie-punk trio have evolved their sound from their DIY roots. Happy Accidents have experimented with synths, keys, and atmospheric production, as well as explored new lyrical themes.
Artist: Alana Henderson
Song: “Let This Remain”
Cellist and singer-songwriter spends her days touring with Hozier and her evenings creating cello-infused Irish folk music. The Northern Ireland musician highlights dynamic cello techniques in this haunting track.
London-based five-piece Talma bring pulsating alt-rock up from the underground. Their single explores the juxtaposition of living in a city of millions but still feeling lonely.