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New Impressions: Declan J Donovan, COIN, Julian Lamadrid, Crumb, and more!

Declan J Donovan is the next best U.K. singer/songwriter that will captivate you with his soulful melodies and beautiful ballads. His latest single Vienna was released via Interscope Records this week. This is his debut single and it perfectly captures his ability to tell a story through song. Watch the music video for Vienna below.

COIN have announced their massive fall tour and released their newest single Crash My Car. The indie-pop band has released another anthemic track that challenges the rules of indie-pop. Check out all of their fall tour dates here.

Julian Lamadrid is one of our current favorite male pop artists. His newest single Mess received a visual treatment that perfectly complements the content of the song. His unique songwriting and addicting melodies are setting up his upcoming full-length release Mala Noche as a highly anticipated record of the year.

Crumb have released their debut album Jinx. The Brooklyn based band is guaranteed to amaze you with their hazy, synth laden tracks. The album is entirely self-released. This band is the real-deal DIY, but this album is bound to be a game changer for their career. Listen to the title track on our New Impressions playlist.

Thank Me Later is the fluffy pop track from Norwegian songwriter, Anna of the North. The song takes on a coy personality as she sings from the perspective of a sugar mama treating a man. The plays on the objectification of women by switching the role around and objectifying the man instead. Watch the surreal music video below.

Other additions to the playlist this week include new music from King Princess, Catalina, Magic City Hippies, Echosmith, and Marc E. Bassy, and more. Listen to our special blend of new and established artists on our New Impressions playlist which gets updated weekly. To be featured on our playlist email


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