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Art-pop outfit Iris Lune announces their second EP “Lost In Chatter” with the release of the first single “Sewing Skylines to Shores”. A cinematic dip into the experimental side of pop, “Sewing Skylines to Shores” is anchored by vocalist Ella Joy’s unwavering melodies.

Sweater Beats announces a fall North American tour with Giraffage and Wingtip with a new remix of LA pop songstress Evalyn’s debut single “Filthy Rich”. To date, the original track has accumulated over 3 million Spotify streams with Sweater Beats adding more fuel to the fire.

If you want a piece of rhythmic gospel pop or papaya, New York City duo Glassio has got you covered. Sam Rad and Charles Pinel’s latest track is an inspired ode to the beauty of transformation, and the emotionally-charged impulse to escape where you’ve come from and find a new home.

Swedish duo DECCO’s “Shooting Stars” featuring Mapei was a welcome debut that climbed its way up Spotify’s viral charts, captivating listeners and building anticipation for the next single. “Sun Comes Up” is their follow up that features another rising vocalist – 21-year-old Leo Stannard. DECCO’s skillful blend of both singer-songwriter and dance sensibilities flourishes under Leo’s infectious melodies and hooks.

Swedish production duo NOTD has had a quick rise with official remixes of Ed Sheeran and Phoebe Ryan. Their latest release is a spin on Jordanian born singer King Deco’s single “Read My Lips” that pushes the track into late night territory.

Teflon Sega draws from his admiration of Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu to craft a Japanese meets sci-fi influenced single “Press Play and Escape”. The song is an extension of a love of animation and digital beats, an ode to lost love that comes draped in fluorescent tones and a futuristic sheen.

Jazz Morley draws inspiration from her seaside home of Bournemouth for a light and uplifting track “Safe Place”. The song catalogues her journey of moving past the stress from city life, evident in the soaring climax and distinct harmonies, leading to the raw honesty in her therapeutic voice that croons, “let me be your safe place”.

Indie pop newcomer Ella Rae shares her impressive debut “Someone Else”. The New York via London singer’s lyrics are reflective of her experiences and writing sessions around the world and lyrically, Ella isn’t afraid to reveal the most intimate parts of her experiences. Plucky guitar and clear, honest vocals make for a powerful concoction.