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New Impressions: Cuco, The Faim, The 1975, and more!

Cuco released his debut album Para Mi via Interscope Records. His long anticipated release has been well received so far. Over 20,000 fans RSVP’d to a block party celebration in Los Angeles and the mayor gave him a key to the city. The project is a part narrative, self reflection, and personal expression. His unique melancholic lo-fi electro sound has dazzled listeners for some time now as he makes his way onto Spotify playlists and tours around the U.S. The dreamy nature of his music will transport you to a place of honesty that allows you to step into Cuco’s world. Para Mi is worthy of being listened to front to back in order. Catch Cuco on tour this fall and hear these songs live. In the meantime, stream Feelings on our New Impressions playlist.

The Faim are on track to release their full length record State Of Mind which is set to be released on September 13th via BMG. The first single titled Humans continues the band’s consistent record of powerful riffs, honest lyrics, and larger than life vocals from frontman Josh Raven. The record is going to be a major turning point for the band as they continue to take over the industry.

The 1975 have released an impactful new single that features the voice of teenage climate change activist, Greta Thunberg. Unlike their previous versions of The 1975, this track features zero lyrics and issues an urgent PSA about the actions that need to be taken towards saving the earth. Their new album Notes On A Conditional Form is set to be released in 2020. This track is as important as it is engaging. Their next single People will be released in late August.

Other additions to the playlist this week include new music from Clairo, 7715, and Mayve.

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