New Music Friday: Leah Marie Mason, Charming Liars, Summer Years, Eric Nam, Oliver Tree, White Lies, The Delines

Leah Marie Mason is feeling nostalgic in her new song "Miss Us Then." Simplistic guitars bring us into days past. Mason relives the trials of an ex-love and she doesn't have rose-colored glasses on and doesn't shy away from examining the problems of this past love. 

Charming Liars are starting the new year with a bang. The alternative band has today shared a live video for their cover of Harry Styles’ “Falling,” marking the latest in their “Live Sounds of 2020” series.

Summer Years'  new single is "Small World," and their core sound is comprised of powerful rhythms, melodic guitar parts, and meaningful lyrics.Their influences are rooted in the classic pop-punk of bands such as Blink 182 and Jimmy Eat World

Bonafide global Korean-American singer-songwriter Eric Nam has released his highly anticipated all-English sophomore album "There And Back Again," with the new single "Lost On Me."

Chart-topping, genre-bending artist Oliver Tree announces his eagerly awaited new album, "Cowboy Tears." He sets the stage for the record with a brand new single and music video entitled “Cowboys Don’t Cry.”

White Lies share their latest track "Am I Really Going To Die," from their forthcoming sixth album, "As I Try Not To Fall Apart," due out Friday, February 18th. "Am I Really Going to Die" is a song with familiar subject matter for White Lies but a new chapter musically.

Portland, Oregon based country-soul group The Delines share the third single and music video from their upcoming album, "The Sea Drift." The new song, titled "Kid Codeine,"  has a 60's pop feel and captures the same weary world and deep, wistful emotions that musician and author Willy Vlautin has become known for.

More From LATF USA

Scroll to Top