Tuesday’s Top Tasty Tracks
THE TOP FOUR BRAND NEW TRACKS FROM OCTOBER 30TH-NOVEMBER 5TH.
You think I forgot? Nah, I got some new music for everyone. Some poppy, some heavy.
Nineties – Busted
Busted was huge in the late nineties and early 2000s, and have recently emerged for a comeback, and I’m honestly impressed with how good this sounds. It’s well-executed 2000s pop-punk with some modern tendencies, all about nostalgia for the nineties. I am the target demographic, and I’m eating up. This song is incredibly catchy, and though going a pop-punk route instead of a pop route is risky, I’m glad Busted is doing it.
Into Despair – Currents
Currents have stated that this EP is them experimenting with styles they didn’t feel fit their overall sound or a full-length well, and I honestly wish more bands did this. It’s cool to hear a talented band move just slightly outside their usual sound to try something else, especially when they do it this well. This song hits incredibly hard, with a little heavier/slowed down sound, and it’s incredibly good.
Genre: Progressive Metalcore
Party For One – Carly Rae Jepsen
Carly Rae, the Mission BC legend. I’ll forever support her, especially since she hasn’t deviated from her synthy sound. This song showcases what she does so well: absolute vibes with incredible melodies. It may not be perfectly mainstream pop so the radio won’t play it as much as it should, but man this song is so catchy. Keep going Carly, I got your back.
White Bat – He Is Legend
It’s so good to hear when a band returns to the sound that helped them blow up, and this is He Is Legend’s moment to do so. Combining the horror-esque, heavier verses with a melodic juggernaut of a chorus is why I fell in love with them in the first place. This showcases what they can do so well, with tasty southern riffs and hard-hitting drums. The final 40 seconds are incredible, just absolute perfection.
Genre: Alternative Southern Rock-core
Thanks for checking out another post about incredible new music. Remember, it doesn’t matter what you like, as long as you support it.
If you wanna hear more, here’s a Spotify playlist with all the songs I’ve ever featured. Throw it on shuffle and find something new.