New Music Friday: Holly Humberstone, Calum Scott, Maddie Poppe, Lehla Samia, Elley Duhé, Francisco Martin, Dreamer Boy

Holly Humberstone releases her blistering new single “Sleep Tight,” co-written with the 1975’s Matty Healy and longtime collaborator Rob Milton. Holly wrote about how to navigate the blurred lines between friendship and romance and the risk that comes with that.

Multi-platinum-selling singer/songwriter Calum Scott premieres “Heaven,” the sublime new single from his highly awaited sophomore album “Bridges.” Along with sharing the triumphant and timeless ballad, Calum has announced he will embark on a headlining summer tour of North America.

Maddie Poppe is thrilled to share her new single “One that Got Away,” the first new music since her debut album “Whirlwind.”  On her irresistible new single, Maddie writes about the dissolution of a friend’s longtime relationship, predicting that the guy who foolishly dumped her will realize he threw away something great.
Lehla Samia released her debut single, “Call on Me,” via CMG Records/Interscope. She also dropped the visuals for the sultry, new song. The track expertly builds off of SWV‘s 1996 hit, “You’re the One,s bouncy synths and club-ready snaps providing a perfect backdrop for Samia to beckon a crush.
Singer/songwriter Elley Duhé shares the music video to her track “Middle Of The Night.” Directed by Loris Russier, the artistic visual sees Elley transporting to different locations around the world and embracing the journey of searching far and wide for her lover.
LA-based singer-songwriter and producer Francisco Martin has unveiled an official music video for “Kissing ON A Balcony,” the nlatest single from his new EP “Manic.” Featuring a frisky, delicately-textured pop sound with clever rhythmic punctuations, and pristine hooks, the new single proves that Francisco hasn’t lost his romantic side.
The always unpredictable Dreamer Boy returns today with “Jumpshot!,” a sentimental ode to basketball and good friends. The summery track, which was recorded at the very beginning of the pandemic in 2020, comes with a DIY-style video directed by Adam Alonzo and Dreamer Boy himself.

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