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New Music Friday: Muunie, Hot Water Music, Mercy Union, Ali Angel, Loren Berí, Love You Later, Dear Boy


Pop artist Muunie released the first single “Fire” from her forthcoming debut EP “Ele.Mental.” The song is a passionate pop ballad about losing oneself in a romantic relationship. The music video features Muunie lost in the kind of passionate physical embrace of another.

Celebrated punk band Hot Water Music announce the release of its acclaimed new album, “Feel The Void.” Featuring the return of producer Brian McTernan, the band also releases the music video for “Habitual,” a standout track from the new collection that is accompanied by a clip directed by Jesse Korman.

New Jersey-based rock band Mercy Union announce the release of their first single in four years titled “Prussian Blue.” The song delivers an almost Cure-like intro with a lush, stadium-sized chorus, which follows the band’s well-received 2018 debut album, “The Quarry.”


Ali Angel is dropping her newest single “Extra Wild,” the first song to her debut self-titled EP. The EP was mixed and co-produced by Oliver Roman and Andrew Weitz. Groovy and soulful, Angel nods at her love for the classic Motown feel with this track, which depicts the sweetness and excitement of a new fling.


Brooklyn-based synth-pop artist, Loren Berí, returns with his second single, “Prince V,” featuring Itamar, where Beri continues to weave reality and fiction into a world of his own. The track arrives accompanied by a lyric video, that takes the perspective of the full-length school bus that’s featured in the tale of the song.

Love You Later, created by artist and songwriter Lexi Aviles — is back with the official music video for her new single, “Keepintouch.” Pairing electric melodies and honest lyrics with shimmery guitar riffs and euphoric synths, Love You Later’s music makes you feel like you’re in a dream

Los Angeles-based band Dear Boy are pleased to share “Wet Clothes” the latest pre-release single to be taken from their debut full-length album out later this year. “Wet Clothes” is a song about the nature of loss and the bittersweet comfort of memory.

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