The weekend’s not over yet – and we’ve got eight killer tracks to make your Sunday even better. Give ’em a listen, and let us know your favourites!
Scoobert Doobert – “Moving To Canada”
Though this has a poppier feel than our usual shares, the subject is close to our hearts. check out US artist Scoobert Doobert’s “Moving to Canada”!
Other People – “Nineteen Years”
Canadian indie rockers Other People just released a four track EP, and this is their latest single – jangly guitars and a pop rock arrangement make it instantly likeable.
Exit (w/ boyband) – “Bad Intentions”
Here’s a collaboration between Exit and boyband, with the result being a pop-punk infused alternative rock tune, and it’s one that I’m really diggin’.
Melodic Canvas – “Pretentious Intentions”
I love the 90s sounds on this one – I hear Nirvana influence, and some Alice In Chains, and that’s right up my alley. What influences are you hearing?
Johnny Wrath – “Bright Day”
If you’re a fan of Velvet Revolver, you just might like this track from Canadian artist Johnny Wrath – it’s got some grungy goodness, with a modern twist.
David Jeffrey Scoggins – “Just Hold On”
While we’ve had this artist on our FTS playlists before, this is his first time on one of our 8 Tracks collections. Have a listen to David Jeffrey Scoggins’ tune, “Just Hold On” – it’s a folky, indie, genre-spanning song about “describing to my love interest our “scenes” over the course of a day.” .
The Bullseyes – “World Doesn’t Care”
At first listen, this song reminded me a bit of the Raconteurs – so, I had to share it! Check out Polish indie rock band The Bullseyes, and their latest track.
Elliott BROOD – “Stay Out”
Canadian alt-country trio Elliott BROOD is one of our favourite bands to see live – and while we can’t see them play in person right now, we can certainly turn up this new track from their brand new album, Keeper. Have a listen to “Stay Out”!