Jeffrey James hails from the Country Capital of Nashville, but he leans more toward the city’s gospel roots on “Unsaid”… uh, musicially, if not lyrically. This song is more about love lost, but let’s face it, most love songs are. James has just the right voice for his soulful R&B style to empower you through heartbreak. “Unsaid” is the title track from the artist’s recently released EP (available here) so if you dig the single below, make sure you delve further the music of Jeffrey James.
The blithe sound of MRYGLD offers a refreshingly buoyant take on the traditional love song with “Love Will Survive”. The Birmingham quintet combines an early Britpop sound with a fun interplay of the impeccably-matched lead vocalists on this new single to deliver a positive message about love and the acceptance of love. This track comes to us from the band’s upcoming s/t debut due out later this year so make sure you keep MRYGLD on your music radar. Check out the single below and then head here to score your own copy of “Love Will Survive” in digi-download form.
Hey fellas, if you really need to let out a good cry over the one-that-got-away, I suggest throwing “Love Interlude” from Miami’s Daniel Di Angelo on in your car and really delving those feels. The minimal approach on production provides just the right ambiance to support the emotional powerhouse that is Di Angelo. Daniel Di Angelo delivers a stellar performance on “Love Interlude” that will leave you feeling a little overexposed. Listen for yourself below and, if you dig what you’re hearing, check out Di Angelo’s latest single, “Fake Friends” (available here).
Livia Blanc’s new single, “Amour Amour”, finds her “singing about pain, gain, and seduction in the game of love.” At least, we have to assume that’s what she’s singing about because we don’t speak French. But what’s more romantic than French? It is the lanugage of love, after all. The Brooklyn-based chanteuse embodies a Brigitte Bardot slink for “Amour Amour” that I just love. You can score your own digital download of “Amour Amour” for those personal playlists right here, but you can give the single a spin below…
There’s an earnest feel to Josh Bierman’s songwriting that comes through on “Everyday”. Love can take on many different forms – not just romantic love – and Bierman explores the love shared with friends and family (and friends) with his jaunty indie rock. Bierman’s voice doesn’t quite have the refinement of some other artists, but I think that lends the single a bit of rustic charm. You have decide for yourself. This single has some real road trip jam potential so consider that digital download (available here).