Let me introduce you to Lume, a rising female artist whose newly released single is reflective, intelligent, and delicately crafted with purpose. It’s a thinking woman’s pop song, if you will. Listen to Tip of Your Thumb, and I pray the irony of the lyrics don’t get lost on you if you’re reading this post on your phone.
Best New Indie Pop
We Are The Guard has selected ten of the best indie tracks we’ve heard all week. Take note of the following tunes from TYSM, Wingtip, H.E.R. and others. Slow clap to all of you who already knew about these artists, perhaps you should srsly consider becoming a curator.
Two Friends is a group who already has a bunch of singles lined-up for the coming year, but the talented duo just dropped Just A Kid to whet the public's appetite in the midst of a cross-country tour.
Call it a case of deja vu, as the newest track from teenage breakout artist Billie Eilish called &Burn is actually the second part of her previous song featured here at We Are The Guard, Watch. So, what should you expect this time around? Keep reading and find out.
I write today’s Best of Indie Pop post with hopes that it brings much happiness, joy, and cheer. This week’s curated singles are meant to act as a distraction to the holiday chaos. So how about we play the following songs featuring Yung Lean, Charlie XCX, CAPPA, and a few other indie artists nice and loud.
I think my #1 conclusion after listening to Bom Bom is that I wanna be friends with Tkay Maidza. That’s it. Easy. It just seems like she’s having a whole hell of a lot of fun. A lot more fun than the rest of us.
It’s Courvy the Courvoisier drinking opossum here at your sssservisss and squeezing the last drops of my 15 minutes of fame. Before my spotlight fades away let’s roll into the Best of Indie Pop Songs curated by the somewhat sober folks at We Are The Guard featuring GOFTY, The Knocks, Two Feet, and more.
By this point in his career Matoma has become quite the veritable hitmaker. Following up Girl at Coachella with MAGIC! and D.R.A.M. and Staying Up with The Vamps comes Slow with Noah Cyrus. Matoma successfully dips into the world of future house/bass for the first time and churns out another festival banger.