New Music Friday: Shab, Lilly Winwood, Bleachers – Feat: Bruce Springsteen, Blake Rose, Curtis Waters, David Lyn, The Hxliday

Shab releases the mystical pop-leaning "What I Do" single and music video which was helmed by Grammy-winning producer Damon Sharpe, who is known for his work producing Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez and more. Featuring a steady stream of feel-good hooks, Shab draws on her own romantic torment, crafting raw lyrics to her lover and heartfelt reflections on surrendering herself to intimacy. Through power ballads and dance floor anthems with the upcoming album, Shabharnesses anguish and devotion, as she traces journeys of femme self-discovery.

Americana singer/songwriter Lilly Winwood released the music video today for her current single "Few More Records." Exclusively premiered by Grateful Web, the video portrays the story told so eloquently throughout the song – being burnt out on the road and struggling with inner demons knowing that there is still a job to be done. Throughout the video, Winwood wanted to show that it is possible to embrace your demons by, quite literally, dancing with her own.

Bleachers debuts video of "Chinatown" feat. Bruce Springsteen, from the series "Bleachers on the Roof – Live at Electric Lady. " Says Bleachers' Jack Antonoff: "I go to electric lady every day to work. I sit on the roof for hours and hours. probably spent more time on that roof this year than my bed. Kept imagining the band up there on all the different levels playing on 8th street with everything patched into the console of studio D. Was the first time we played these songs and the first time we played together since the pandemic. Was like a dream"

Musician and songwriter on the rise, Blake Rose returns today with an official music video for his hit single, "Lost," which to date has already amassed more than 40 million combined global streams and is out now via AWAL Recordings. The video premiered on NYLON and was directed by Matt Sav and filmed on location in his native Perth, Australia.

Curtis Waters returns today with the official music video for "Better," the latest single from his genre-defying debut album "Pity Party." Directed by Logan Fields and filmed in Los Angeles, the video, which premiered today on PAPER, features Curtis in his infectious ode to mental health and self-care. "I hope I get better one day," he sings in the chorus. "Maybe then you wouldn't run away. Hope you listen to this some day. But I doubt your feelings would change."

Emerging singer/songwriter David Lyn releases debut EP "Any Day Now" via Creative Titans. The EP makes its official premiere following the release of various singles earlier this year, including "Keep Moving," which available on all digital streaming platforms. 

Up-and-coming rapper/singer/songwriter TheHxliday has shared his video for his painfully honest and powerful single called “Thank U.” The Nicholas Jandora (Lil Skies, 24kGolden, A$AP Ferg) directed video depicts the negative impact of drugs and how they should never be the answer.

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