Tuesday’s Top Tasty Tracks
THE TOP FOUR BRAND NEW TRACKS FROM NOVEMBER 13TH-20TH.
Some bands evolve, others stay the same 🤷🏼♂️ neither one is right or wrong.
Givin’ Up – Emarosa
I’m usually annoyed, or even frustrated when a band changes their sound to a more pop-centric sound. Emarosa’s evolution is definitely the exception to that rule, though, as lead singer Brenden’s voice was truly made for this sound. And I’m glad they went all out instead of having a half post-hardcore song and half pop. The chorus is catchy as all hell and that saxophone solo deserves so much more attention. If you dig pop-rock, and you’re sick of whatever Maroon 5 is doing, may I introduce you to this.
Genre: Pop Rock
Blur – Seaway
Any day that features new Seaway is a good day in my books. This b-side is released to tide fans over between albums, alongside a few covers they’ve been putting out as well. And this goes to show just how talented this band is, that their b-side is better than a lot of bigger bands singles. Blur, which clearly carries over the theme of Vacation, is a proper fall-type song, full of calm and melancholy, while still featuring that signature pop-rock sound synonymous with Seaway. If you’re a fan of them, this won’t disappoint.
Take Away The Pain – Angel Du$t
This is just such a fun, vibey rock song. Again, that sax is incredible, but more than that, this song is so positive and such a progressive evolution from their previous work. Some say it’s to distance themselves from their recent work on Trapped Under Ice, but honestly, I think AD would’ve gone this way anyway. This song truly is a jam, and easily gets stuck in your head. I’m sorry in advance for you coming back to this song over and over. Gotta like my dog.
Genre: Alternative Rock
The Accursed – Born of Osiris
It’s been four long years since the world has had a new BOO album and based on this song it was worth the wait. It’s more of the same, but it’s more of the good same, as they do the djenty electro prog metalcore better than anyone else in the scene. It really gets my head nodding, and that’s all I’m hoping for from BOO these days. Some good riffs here, and fans of the genre will enjoy it. It’s not going to redefine anything (including the band) but it’s a fun, groovy song.
Genre: Progressive Metalcore
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.