New Music Friday: Jenny March, Denm, Surf Mesa & Madison Beer, Asiahn, Sunset Lines, H3000, Rudy Touzet

Rising pop singer/songwriter Jenny March releases her third single, "Scream," from  her anticipated debut EP "Madness" in March, along with the animated single/music video for the high-octane pop bop song.

Southern California-based singer, songwriter, and producer Denm has released the official music video for his new single "Fallin" off his forthcoming debut album, "Slum Beach Denny," out later this year. A next generation artist, Denm's signature sound features a unique blend of alternative rock, reggae, and hip-hop to embody who he has always wanted to be as a musician, creating music that he truly believes in.

The official video for “Carried Away” – the hit single from Surf Mesa and Madison Beer – is available for viewing. During the YouTube Premiere earlier, the two artists chatted live with fans, getting their instant reactions to the dreamy clip. Fueled by the fluid camerawork of frequent collaborator cinematographer Andrea Cavazzi, he juxtaposes isolation and wistful longing with the quiet joy of togetherness. The video was lensed in a suburban Los Angeles home.

3X Grammy-nominated R&B singer/songwriter Asiahn returns with a live rendition of her debut "The Interlude EP." The reworked The Interlude (Orchestral Performance), which Asiahn helped coordinate the band and orchestra arrangements, welcomes viewers into her dreamy world as she sings powerful jazzy ballads with a live band.

Bay Area-based band Sunset Lines are pleased to share the official video for "Unresponsive" the first single to be lifted from their EP "Home Anywhere" out May 15.  The video, which was directed by Frank Door and produced by Carmen Yvette, is a brilliantly hued clip that has an intentionally lo-fi appearance. It's as if someone in their 40s returned to their childhood home, dusted off an old VHS tape and popped it in the VCR, a perfect time-capsule into another era.

H3000"s debut offering, “July Heat,” is the new musical project from Luke Steele (Empire Of The Sun, The Sleepy Jackson) and Jarrad Rogers (Charli XCX, Lana Del Rey), which seeks to tune the heart to a Year 3000 frequency where profound imagery and a melodic anchor challenge the listener to make a connection. Their song fixates on one of life’s hardest, ever-present truths. As Steele puts it: “Who are you gonna serve? It’s either the devil or the lord, but you gotta serve someone.”

Rising pop singer/songwriter Rudy Touzet releases his new single/animated lyric video for the sexy and electronic dance track “Play Me Again.” The track details the feeling you get when you’re with someone and you never want that moment to end, just like when you have that one song you can’t take off of repeat because it’s just that good.

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