3 songs for your weekend.
By Michael Hartmann. July 9, 2021. Updated July 10, 2021.
Zola Simone – Iridescent.
Boston-based singer-songwriter Zola Simone has released a vulnerable and poignant new single, Iridescent. The song describes the many sides, highs, and lows, as well as pushes and pulls of young people in relationships.
While capturing the multifaceted emotions that encompass young love, the video also encapsulates that ethereal feeling of desiring someone to the point of daydreaming.
About the song:
-I woke up the morning of my weekly studio session and was struck with a random burst of creativity. I sat down with my guitar and started singing. I came up with all the lyrics, chords, melody at that moment, and made a voice memo. Then we went in and recorded it.
The song is accompanied by a universally catchy indie-pop guitar melody:
Watch the video here:
I also like this one…
Patrice Peris – Falling.
Patrice has been performing since she can remember and began studying musical theater in middle school. She studied classical music at Anna Maria College, and theater at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
I´m always excited about new music from Patrice. Her new song is called Falling.
Take Me Home is one of my favorite songs by Patrice Peris:
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Teasley – Summer Nights.
Good vibes. That’s American crooner Teasley, who just dropped a song called Summer Nights. This Oakland-raised singer is all about infectious summer-inspired dance tracks.
Teasley draws inspiration from the chill coastal lifestyle. His music is all about good vibes and summertime.
Have you seen Lost Without You? It’s one of my favorite Teasley videos. Romance!
Watch it here:
BONUS: Check out the brand new video from Yung Bleu, Chris Brown, and 2 Chainz…
Watch it here:
See you next Friday. Stay amazing!