Frances - Grow

Day 274 Frances – Grow [MY FINAL POST]

I have been holding off from sharing UK singer-songwriter Frances’ beautiful track Grow for over a week now, as I wanted it to accompany the sad but also exciting news that today is my final post on mydaybydaymusic. After sharing 1004 daily song posts dating all the way back to September 1st 2012, I’ve decided that today…


Day 273 LANY – 4EVER!

Looking beyond the slightly off-putting / cheesy song title, LA trio LANY’s latest track 4EVER! is an exquisite piece of no-nonsense American synth-pop. With its bold, clinical percussion and intermittent synth stabs an immediately appealing proposition, the song gradually matures in stature throughout, leaving you instantly craving more at its radiant and vibrant close. Similarly catchy to the likes…

Freedom Fry - 21

Day 272 Freedom Fry – 21

An artist with a rich history on mydaybydaymusic that spans all the way back to February 2013, LA-based duo Freedom Fry continue to spread their positive outlooks on life on brand new single 21. Spirited and carefree, the track plays on the idea of youthful innocence, with married band members Bruce Driscoll and Marie Seyrat chanting infectiously the…

Ellas - Heartbeat

Day 271 Ellas – Heartbeat

After discovering Ellas’ track Heartbeat on Soundcloud earlier this week, I tried to do a little snooping around the internet to unearth more about the artist, however quite unusually I failed to learn anything insightful about (the presumed band) at all. Backstory or not, their only track online Heartbeat is an endearing number that’s woven piano and cello lines support the…

Flume - Some Minds

Day 270 Flume – Some Minds ft. Andrew Wyatt

Sparing nothing in the grandeur department, Australian producer Flume has teamed up with Andrew Wyatt (Miike Snow), director Clemens Habicht and the Sydney Opera House for the release of his impressive new single Some Minds. Delivered in an equally visual and sonic manner, Some Minds is a sensory experience that tastefully steals your absolute attention. A must…

Jaymes Young & Phoeve Ryan - We Won't

Day 269 Jaymes Young & Phoebe Ryan – We Won’t

Almost perfectly summarising my love for everything electronic / pop, blog-favourite Jaymes Young and Phoebe Ryan’s duet We Won’t is an intelligently crafted work of musical art. With voices that melt marvelously together, the duo’s natural passion and creative allure has an almost magnetic affect on my ears. Produced with a real class, We Won’t is an exceptional piece of…

Molly Moore - Don't Believe It

Day 267 Molly Moore – Don’t Believe It

As fine a pop song as you’re likely to hear this week, LA’s Molly Moore has me jiving in my seat as I write about her thrilling new single Don’t Believe It. Performed with raw, inspiring passion, Don’t Believe It is a confident, all-guns-blazing pop song that shares Molly’s belief that the best world to live in, is the…

Cheers Elephant - Airliner

Day 266 Cheers Elephant – Airliner

It has been almost three years since I last heard anything from Philadelphia-based band Cheers Elephant, so it was a nice surprise this morning to stumble upon Airliner, their brilliant brand new single. Emphatic, feel-good indie-pop, the track’s casual, care-free style is a real treat on the ears. Find out for yourself below! Download Artist – Itunes

ASHA - We Can Do This

Day 265 ASHA – We Can Do This

Introducing something brand new this morning, meet ASHA, a former street dance teacher from London who’s first foray into creating and releasing music is a very exciting statement indeed. Reminding me of fellow London newcomer RAYE, ASHA’s debut single We Can Do This is a sweet, soulful and tempting piece of mesmerising R&B. Refreshingly rich and honest, ASHA is…