New Music Friday: The Shindellas, Buick Audra, Gino The Ghost, Claptone – Feat: Two Another, Aziya, NoMBe, Free Throw

Multi GRAMMY-nominated hit songwriting and production duo Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony (a.k.a Louis York) are excited to finally serve up breathtaking visuals for The Shindellas' new single "Money." Showcasing Kasi Jones, Stacy Johnson, and Tamara Chauniece, the single has a huge sound, and the video, directed by Aaron Greene, is just as big and exhibits their flair for show-stopping dramatics.

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Buick Audra has spent the last eight years as the guitarist and primary vocalist and songwriter of the melodic heavy duo, Friendship Commanders. Today Buick Audra is pleased to present her new single, "All My Failures," her first solo release in ten years.

Singer/Rapper, Gino The Ghost releases his latest single/music video, "Cough Drop." Whether you're currently in a relationship or living single, Gino takes us on a turmoil-filled ride through a toxic relationship filled with continuous confrontation, arguments, and rage. 

Claptone has shared new track "Golden" featuring the vocal talents of Amsterdam/Stockholm based duo Two Another. Progressing from his signature electronic sound, Claptone now layers new pop elements in "Golden" blending with his inimitable dance music style, giving this release a fresh new feel.

British musician Aziya shares her newest single “Heaven For Me,” a track with psychedelic roots, that she wrote and co-produced earlier this year. The accompanying video, directed by Thomas James (Young Fathers, Sam Fender, Nothing But Thieves), takes you on a dreamy, kaleidoscopic journey that serves to firmly bolster the feel of the song.

NoMBe – artist, producer, songwriter, and godson of R&B legend Chaka Khan — has released his new single and video for "Boys Don't Cry," the latest track off his highly anticipated sophomore album "Chromatopia." Anchored by an other-worldly background of dreamy ethereal synths, layered vocals, and an intoxicating beat, "Boys Don't Cry" lyrically challenges the stereotypical connotation that men should withhold their emotions.

Nashville's Indie band Free Throw share "Down & Out," the latest single to be released from their new album "Piecing It Together," produced by Will Yip (Bartees Strange, The Menzingers, Tigers Jaw). The music video was Directed by Michael Herrick.

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