Best New Indie Pop

A word of caution to all of you reading this week’s edition of our favorite indie pop songs: there is a 99% chance that today’s list will be on repeat all summer long. Let’s get started and hit play on Lana Del Rey, Dillon Francis, KolaJ, and other musical gems.
First Time With You is Kolaj's stellar single about love, happiness and meeting that special someone. Prepare to get your heart gushed. Kolaj’s voice sounds like a ‘90s dream; breezy, emotive, and reverberating with a simple but impressive prowess.
We Are The Guard want you to meet our new crush, Ashe: a songwriter from good-vibes, summery San Diego whose mission, it seems, is to get you idly ad-libbing alongside her to the tune of her infectious tracks. Check out Used To It, the catchiest pop song you’ll find this week. I’m warning you...
Today we pick up where we left off last week in New Indie Pop music. Get yourselves comfy, grab you some of that vodka flavored JELLO, your precious fidget spinner, and keep it dialed in as we cover material from Zedd, VÉRITÉ, and the return of Kesha!
Emerging from Music City, USA, the indie pop trio called Bien delivers their newest single, Spinning On Blue, filled with out-of-this-world beats and vocals that plunge the listener into an ever long daydream.
Perhaps it was the combination of cheap wine and extreme heat that got us pumped more than the usual for We Are The Guard’s weekly edition of the Best Indie Pop Songs. Get ready to hit play on Her, Lany, Fitz and the Tantrums, and more.
It’s all good on the third single from G.O.O.D. music protege Kacy Hill, “Keep Me Sane.” Hill sings of a love/romance/relationship that serves as a foundation, a guiding light, and source of sanity in a mad, mad world.
My goal for today is to present the Best Of Indie Pop before dying from heatstroke. Before I lose my mind completely, how about we get straight down to the business and take a listen to some SZA, Jaden Smith, M.I.A. and more.
Give today’s human curated Indie Pop Playlist a spin because we’ve spent the past seven days filtering through an insane amount of songs to bring you what the alternate universe has to offer. Enjoy a little something from our favorite baby face artists The Weeknd, Allie X, and more.
Because we care for the welfare of your ears, we bring you human curated tracks that we hope you appreciate as much as the effort we put in. This week we feature Kendrik Lamar, Tinashe, SZA, and a bit of something else for all.
We love music of all kinds from around the world, but we gladly return home for this review. Rising from the shadows of Kylie Jenner, the American pop-trio Terror Jr is making a name for themselves with their newest drop, Appreciation.

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