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On our radar: Vanessa White, Daya, James Hersey, and more


Keeping your playlists up to date is an unnecessarily time-consuming chore. Each week we bring you the best new music from the United States and the United Kingdom. This week check out Daya, Born Stranger, Vanessa White, and more.

Rudie Edwards – ‘I’m Not Her’

United Kindom

UK-born singer, songwriter, and producer Rudie Edwards’ ‘I’m Not Her’ showcases the prestigious BRIT School graduate’s talents. Oozing disco delicacies and dreamy vocals, which could be likened to Jessie Ware this is the perfect track for a lazy fall day.

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Born Stranger – ‘Be Someone’

United Kingdom

Born Stranger is Maddox-Jones and Raife Hacking, together the pair combines glistening synths and motivational lyrics for a fresh, futuristic sound. ‘Be Someone’ is a message to say you’re better than this, get out there and do it – don’t let anything hold you back from your dreams.

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James Hersey – ‘Miss You (Honne Remix)’

United Kingdom

James’s debut single ‘Miss You’ only dropped last month, and has since racked up over 2.5 million streams. The song has since received a sparkling piano-led remix from HONNE, speaking about the remix HONNE explained, “This remix came so easy. As soon as we heard James’ vocal we came up with that gentle rhythmic piano part that runs throughout. Something that never ceases to amaze us is how new chord sequences can add to or shift the sentiment of lyrics, and we really enjoyed playing with that for this.”

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Daya – ‘Sit Still, Look Pretty’

United States

You might recognise Daya’s vocals from The Chainsmokers’ hit single ‘Don’t Let Me Down’. ‘Sit Still, Look Pretty’ is the lead track off her hotly anticipated debut album of the same name, released October 7th.

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99 Percent – ‘Till Ya Legs Hurt’

United States

Having already toured with Silento, iLOVEMemphis, and more on Live Nation’s ‘Let’s Dance’ tour 99 Percent are ready to make your day with the catchy as hell, ‘Till Ya Legs Hurt’.

 

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FAARROW – Chasing Highs’

Canada

After having originally being called into the studio to write a song for Rihanna, FAARROW are now working on their first full-length album. Originally born in Somalia but relocating to Canada, the duo’s EP ‘Lost’ will instantly grab your attention.

 

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Machineheart – ‘Stonecold’

United States

Hailing from L.A. Machineheart first began to make noise in the blogosphere with Katy Perry covers. Set to release their as yet untitled sophomore EP this fall, ‘Sonecold’ is the first broody single to be lifted from the forthcoming release.

 

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GTA Ft. Tinashe – ‘All Caught Up’

United States

GTA are back with the sexy new song featuring Tinashe, ‘All Caught Up’. This is the fourth track to be taken from their debut album ‘Good Times Ahead’, released October 7th.

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Eloïse – ‘Studio54’

United Kingdom

Eloïse proves once again that age is only a number, this seventeen-year-old singer-songwriter hailing from Suffolk is here to blow you away with the compelling ‘Studio54’.

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Hayley Kiyoko – ‘Citrine EP’

United States

Having already had massive success with ‘Gravel To Tempo’ the lead single from her now readily available ‘CITRINE’ EP, Hayley Kiyoko is back with more tempo heavy empowering pop perfection.

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Vanessa White – ‘Low Key’

United Kingdom

The future of pop R&B vibes comes in the form of Vanessa White. After releasing her debut EP ‘Chapter One’ earlier this year, Vanessa’s returned with brand new track ‘Low Key’, and it’s anything but that. Vanessa effortlessly blends smooth vocals with throwback melodies and slick production to create a song that makes you question if she ever really was part of The Saturdays.

 

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