Best New Indie Pop

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.
As you prep for tomorrow, We Are The Guard and I have collected ten new indie pop songs that will help get you through the holiday chaos. And sorry for those looking for Christmas tunes, we’re not serving any of that just yet. Scroll through our palette cleansing playlist.
For over half a decade or so now, We Are The Guard has been running the Best of Indie pop column. A few things have changed, but we clearly have a formula that works because we’ve remained consistent with finding noteworthy pop bangers, ballads, and sing-alongs.
The polls in America for voting for your next political representative are closed now, but there is still one very important poll open that demands your vote. The answer to everyone’s burning question still needs to be decided … McDonald’s vs Burger King, which one is better?
King Princess’ latest single Pussy Is God is anything but subtle, including how fantastic it is. Full of bombast and bravado, this song is so catchy it’s likely to win over even those folks the title seems intended to offend.
The Best of Indie Pop is the column where we present to you ten human curated indie pop songs that we’re digging. Let’s get started with music from Age. Sex. Location, Eman8, Maggie Lindermann, and more.
Eli. feels like a millennial Leonard Cohen, shouting into the void exactly what he’s feeling and hoping that there’s someone out there who will connect to it.
If Nicki Minaj and Cardi B can raise the heat then so can we! Today we’re giving you another dose of the best 10 songs in indie pop you should be listening to like right now.
MØ's sophomore studio album Forever Neverland cements her place as one of the most unique, interesting, and talented voices in music. One standout track from a record full of them is Blur, a dizzying electronic headrush of a song.
Lucky day, hooray! Today We Are The Guard has the exclusive premiere of Coach & Ref’s 3-D. Never heard of them? Yeah, nobody has. But now we all have the edge on the rest of the world with this drop right here.
Today’s featured pop artists are a sure win. 10 out of 10 voters will agree that Poppy, Maria Lynn, ORKID, and the rest of the artists below are a must listen to this week.

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