Best New Indie Pop

If you caught Hozier on his recent tour in support of 2018’s Nina Cried Power EP, then you likely heard the Irish man’s take on the Destiny’s Child classic Say My Name. It’s a fantastic single that Hozier makes his own while still paying proper homage to the original.
Elohim's latest single and second collaboration with Skrillex, Buckets has her swagger and bluster on full display as the topsy turvy number takes you in a myriad of directions but always manages to satisfy with its primal energy.
We’re like iHop, except that instead of all you can eat stacks of pancakes, it’s all you can listen to music that will leave you feeling like you’re high up on a giant stack of pancakes. The featured songs below will be like maple syrup dripping all of your senses.
This year we vow to continue searching and serving up nothing but the best in indie music. Without any further delay … here are this week’s top artists in indie pop.
Today’s playlist may not be what was on your wish list but it will at least help get you back into the groove of things. Enjoy this week’s indie-pop favorites featuring Major Lazer, Diplo, 6lack, and more.
Let the power of the melodies and beats from today’s Best of Indie Pop post save you from the misery that you’re about to endure through this upcoming week.
Life doesn't mean a thing without the perfect playlist. Whoa, didn't mean to get dark on you there but with so many Scrooges around where do you go to find sanity? You come here, to We Are: The Guard’s Weekly Indie Pop column.
What is up my little scrooges! Welcome back to the poppiest corner of the internet where we dive into the best songs in indie pop. This week it’s all about MXMS, Lila Drew, Emily Burns, and while we’re at it Mark Ronson. Listen now and thank me later.
How about we get today’s Best of Indie Pop going with ten of our favorite Christmas songs??? Kidding! Of course I would not do that to you. Let me turn your ears to music from Emily Burns, Ex:Re, Hearts & Colors, and more.

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