New Music Friday: Featuring – Stokley, Also: Have Mercy, Dax+Elle, Goldpark, Jordan Armstrong, Hobbs Sisters, Christian French

Multi-Grammy nominated hit singer/songwriter/producer Stokley releases new visual “Cafe” featuring Wale, from his sophomore album “Sankofa.” The song was produced and wrote with hit songwriting duo Shakespeare! Stokley is the former the lead singer of the legendary Mint Condition.

Rock band Have Mercy have debuted another track from their forthcoming Self-Titled EP. “Fast Car” is a track driven by the recklessness and optimism of youth. “‘Fast Car’ is about being young, reckless and in love. As I get older, I think about what kind of life I’d want for my kids, or nieces/nephews.”

Dax has finally released the highly-anticipated music video for his country music crossover remix, “Dear Alcohol,” featuring Grammy-nominated recording artist Elle King. Directed by Logan Meis, the video is an up-close look at the road to sobriety, a transformative experience that’s freeing for both artist and audience.

Have Mercy, Jordan Armstrong & Hobbs Sisters

Indie-rock trio Goldpark — the project of Nashville-based musicians Wes Hunter (vocals), Andrew Smith (guitar) and Kyle Neblett (drums) — return with their new single, “I Guess It’s Never Enough.”

Jordan Armstrong releases “Even If,” the new single and music video from indie pop singer songwriter.  Jordan’s songwriting is authentic and profound. At just twenty-two years old, her music is a modern take on the Laurel Canyon/California sound that helped shape the sounds of 60’s and 70’s.

Twin country duo, Hobbs Sisters, release their newest smash single, “If You Wanted To,” that is sure to be the number one song on any August favorites playlist this month. Lauren and Hannah‘s seamless harmony shines in this powerful track.

Pop singer-songwriter Christian French returns with the follow-up single “Butterfly Fields.” The breezy indie-pop track kicks off with sunny, funk-infused guitar riffs and psychedelic ’70s-influenced bass lines as Christian’s melodic vocals effortlessly float across the production.

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