New Year, New Music: 2015

Now that 2014 is almost dead, it’s time to usher in 2015 with these new faces in the biz. Check out their singles below, and stay tuned for their upcoming releases next year!

Deers – Bamboo

These Madrid-based singers take lo-fi 60′s retro for a new spin with their upbeat and catchy tracks. Expect to see them next year touring the US, UK, and Australia, plus an appearance at next year’s SXSW.

Black Honey – Teenager

Black Honey offers us sleek, psychedelic-inspired tunes, with sexified lyrics and guitars. You’ll be able to catch them next February in their UK tour, as well as their second album.

Future Brown ft. Prince Rapid, Dirty Danger, Roachee – World’s Mine

Experience a new kind of hip-hop with Future Brown’s aptly named futuristic tracks, replete with heavy, syncopated rhythms and space synths. The quartet’s self-titled album is due out next spring.

Years and Years – Desire

Fronted by Olly Alexander, London-based trio Years and Years delivers smooth-as-silk vocals over 90′s house tracks that may catapult them into UK’s best breakthrough artist for next year. So sexxay.

Natalie Prass – Why Don’t You Believe In Me

Another retro-inspired act, Natalie Prass sings of heartbreak with smoothly delivered vocals over horns and keyboards. The 28-year-old newcomer’s self-titled album comes out on January 26, after which she performs live in her first London show.

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