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New Impressions: The Band CAMINO, Knuckle Puck, Billie Eilish, The Vamps, and more!

The Band CAMINO and Chelsea Cutler have teamed up for a highly requested collaboration. They have been teasing this collab for nearly a year. Their new single “Crying Over You” is more delicate than usual tracks from The Band CAMINO. The heartbreaking lyrics create a perfect bed for their complementary vocals. Once touring is back this one will be a treat to hear live. Maybe there’s a Chelsea Cutler x The Band CAMINO tour in the future? Until then, stream “Crying Over You” on our New Impressions playlist and watch the lyric video below.

Billie Eilish has a new music video for her single “My Future”. The video is animated a-la quarantine style. Follow an animated Billie as she sings about meeting her future self and truly getting to know who she is. The song starts off slow and sad before breaking off into a groovy and jazzy beat. The song is another knockout for Billie and Finneas.

Right off the heels of the five year anniversary of their Copacetic record, Knuckle puck have released another track off their forthcoming record 20/20. “What Took You So Long?” is the fourth single off the album which is set to be released on September 18th via Rise Records. Watch the lyric video below.

The Vamps are ushering in a new era for the UK Pop band. Their latest single “Married In Vegas” is an exciting carefree anthem that’s highlighting a more mature side for the band. The song has an addicting piano driven chorus and energetic gold visual.

Take our weekly picks on-the-go by saving our New Impressions playlist on Spotify. Other additions to the playlist include new singles from DIY bands The Fairview and Bullpup. Also added this week are Dan + Shay, mxmtoon, Jorja Smith, and Space Cade7s.

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