New Music Friday: Bishop Briggs, AIR APPARENT, ALDN, Katy J. Pearson, Day Wave, Suki Waterhouse, Crawlers

Multi-platinum singer-songwriter Bishop Briggs returns with a new emotionally charged single entitled “High Water.” The song is an ode to her late sister Kate Bishop.  The accompanying visual, directed by Tim Mattia centers on a closeup of Bishop as she sings to the camera and wears the piercing emotion of each ebb and flow perfectly matching the spirit of the track.


Rising San Francisco-based DJ and producer, AIR APPARENT, releases “100%,” his bouncy new single and accompanying video featuring ÊMIA. The single will be followed by the optimal poolside soundtrack–a collection of light and bright tracks.

Producer and artist ALDN, has released a brand new song titled “Sink.” Released alongside a moody music video, “Sink” was written and produced by ALDN and Nick Sylverster.  The song is a glimpse of ALDN’s continued experimentation of the hyperpop genre.

Katy J Pearson shares details of her stunning new album, “Sound of the Morning,” released on Heavenly Recordings and also shares the video for the first track to be taken from the album, “Talk Over Town.”

Los Angeles indie-rock pioneer Day Wave returns today with news of his upcoming album, “Pastlife,” with the first single and accompanying video of the same name. The video was shot and directed by Nikoli Partiyeli.
Suki Waterhouse releases her newest track, “Wild Side,” from her upcoming debut album, “I Can’t Let Go.” “Wild Side” and “I Can’t Let Go” are both produced by Grammy-Nominated Producer & Songwriter Brad Cook (Bon Iver, War On Drugs, Snail Mail, Waxahatchee).
Liverpool rock band Crawlers share the video for their stunning new single “I Can’t Drive.”  The song comes hot on the heels of their hit single “Come Over (Again),” which crashed into the Official UK Singles Chart thanks to fan power alone.

More From LATF USA

Scroll to Top