New Music Friday: Donel, Livingmore, Band Of Silver, Tyson, Melonia, Olivia Lunny, The Wrecks

Rising Zimbabwean UK sensation Donel releases his debut EP, "African Boy Pt. 1," a three-song set of pure joy and light, featuring the first single, "Motion." After fine-tuning his sound over the past few years, the 19-year-old former The Voice UK favorite is reintroducing himself with a unique blend of airy Afrobeats production and sticky pop hooks.

Female-fronted rock band Livingmore, who just released their new single/video “Sharp” announced the details for their sophomore independent album, "Take Me." The track glides along on a propulsive beat and guitar awash in echoes of reverb, while lead vocalist Alex Moore’s vocals take flight towards a disco break perfect for your favorite club in any era.

Breakout sibling trio, Band Of Silver, have released a music video for their latest single “Looking For a Friend.” The song and video both tackle the nerve-wracking topic of putting yourself out there in order to meet new people. Their music blurs the lines between vintage rock, 80’s new wave, and modern pop.

Tyson drops her latest single "Tuesday" today, along with a stunning new video. Poised to be a post-lockdown summer anthem, "Tuesday" is another celestial collaboration with producer and childhood pal Oscar Scheller, mixed by Kieran Hebden. Tyson’s signature vocals are paired with ethereal melodies, cascading over a woozy R&B beat.  

Stockholm’s burgeoning production duo Melonia, composed of friends and producers Svidden and Jarly (Galantis, Sigala, R3HAB, Miiike Snow), release “Sweet Child O’ Mine” today, along with the official lyric video. A sublime electronic take on Guns N' Roses’ seminal classic, Melonia’s take kicks off with an analog synth line replicating Slash’s iconic opening riff, only to reach ethereal heights thanks to the duo’s crystalline electro-pop production. 

Canadian pop sensation Olivia Lunny is having a pivotal moment and is about to make a global impact. The twenty-two-year-old talent continues to impress with her new single "Sad to See You Happy," which is a nostalgic, melodious bop we didn’t know we needed. Through peppy guitar strokes and cheeky chorus lyrics, this song will have fans singing along and pondering ex-lovers from their past.

Alt-rock quartet The Wrecks have taken on a new form in their music video for “Static.” Pushing themselves to deliver a creative and fun music video on minimal budget, the creative band recreated themselves as finger puppets and are welcoming fans into this new world.

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