New Music Friday: Ultraviolet Communication, Walk The Moon, Lucinda Moore, Majid Jordan, Cassadee Pope, Concrete Castles, Lola Young

Phoenix, AZ rockers Ultraviolet Communication, release their new single, "Moon Man" with the announcement of upcoming sophomore album "Paper Tiger." Drawing inspiration from a wide variety of sources, it's a nod to the 60's pop-rock sound and aesthetic.

Critically acclaimed band Walk The Moon release a new two track bundle – "Fire In Your House" ft. Johnny Clegg & Jesse Clegg,  alongside a music video which was directed by Nina Kramer.

Powerhouse vocalist and Stellar Award winner Lucinda Moore new single "Lord, I Hear You" is available now for download and streaming.

Pop and R&B twosome Majid Jordan share “Summer Rain,” a romantic, new wave-inflected single and nostalgic video. Crooning over the glossy, nocturnal warmth of ’80s synth production, singer Majid Al Maskati takes his vocal performance to the next level.

Grammy-nominated artist Cassadee Pope has released her latest single, "Tomorrow Night," from her upcoming album, "Thrive." The fun, upbeat track written by Pope, Devin Guisande and Aaron Chafin, leans further into Cassadee's pop-punk sensibilities.

Alternative band Concrete Castles is excited to share their highly anticipated debut album "Wish I Missed U," out now via Velocity Records / Equal Vision Records. The band recently shared a new music video for “Thrill.”

Rising star Lola Young returns with a brand new single, “Fake." The song fuses soaring vocals, shimmering guitars and stomp-along drums, playing out, as Young says, “like a scene from a Tarantino movie.” "Fake" was produced by Paul Epworth (Paul McCartney, Beck, Adele).

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