Despite the band name, Israeli-Australian twins Itamar and Daniel Livne write songs to stir up feelings of unity, and to discreetly combat the real-life bigots of our society.
Featuring vocals and writing from artist and composer Daniel Correa, The Collective Bus is a project driving with organic pop-rock sensibilities that build up beautifully from acoustic delicacy to the warmer embrace of a full band.
Tipping its hat to the pop-rock sound of the nineties – and, in hindsight, the retro artwork playing a similar card – Bitch Boy is a catchy number with surprisingly heartfelt, genuine verses to it.
Gentle rock vibes bring together blissful melodies and organic-meets-electro sound-design for this ambient and uplifting, thoughtful new single from NYC’s whenitsmytime.
Offering classically warm and energetic, accessible vocals, tightly woven musicianship and a clear sense of passion from all involved – an easy anthem that quickly lifts the mood.
Arizona’s Jared Mancuso takes us right back to the nineties with this pop-punk anthem of uplifting musicality & contrasting conceptual heartbreak.
Leading with soft-rock sensibilities and a decidedly emotive, gentle and expressive vocal delivery, Rattlesnake offers a series of poetic reflections on intimacy and self-awareness.
A brilliantly relevant hit of realism and optimism united – perfect for these trying times we’ve been facing.
Adopting a wholly immersive approach to song-writing with this metaphorical look at surfing and its similarities to life itself – Kevin Denis creates a blissfully ambient journey for this brand new single.
“Live hasn’t been my strength in the past. Maybe re-approach it again sometime soon with the perspective of a little more life confidence possibly.”
Not purely the softly finger-picked acoustic piece its introduction implies, the single evolves in an instant as the hook strikes.
It’s a song for the fans, for the people, for the band, and it does precisely what we needed it to do.