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New Impressions: Lewis Capaldi, The Band CAMINO, Carly Rae Jepsen, Grayscale, and more

Lewis Capaldi just released his debut full length album Divinely Uninspired To a Hellish Extent. The Scottish singer-songwriter has been building traction since 2018 and even scored his first number one record in the UK with his single Someone You Loved. His witty stage personality takes a back seat as the record dives into emotionally driven greatness. Listen to One on our New Impressions playlist and catch Lewis Capaldi live this summer. See the full list of dates here.

The Band CAMINO just announced their largest headlining tour to date. As they step into a new warm toned era, they also released a b-side track to their song Daphne Blue. The new song See Through features the well-loved Camino synth driven sound.

Carly Rae Jepsen‘s new album Dedicated is here and it is the pure pop joy we have been waiting for. Want You In My Room made it onto our playlist for its straightforward lyricism, addicting melody, and overall feel-good summer sound. Dedicated deserve a full listen front to back and should be your go-to album for the next few months.

I Found Out by The Head and The Heart brings some folky flare to the playlist this week. The harmonic intro of this simple, but engaging track fuels a sense relaxation. The song is reminiscent of the sound that the band fun. used to bring before they unfortunately disbanded.

Grayscale are having a great week as they continue to be one of the best emerging pop-punk bands. They were recently added to select dates of Sad Summer Festival and released a new song called Painkiller Weather. Watch the music video below.

Other additions to the playlist this week include the song Rylan by The National, a collaboration by Bastille and FRENSHIP Won’t Let You Go, and Places + Faces by Amine.

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