[Photos by: Queen Of Jeans/Jessica Lim, Anna McClellan/Ebru Yildiz, Middle Kids/Maclay Heriot, Many Rooms/Jack Garland, The Happy Alright/Hope Alvarez, Bogues/Sam Barkwell]

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Pale Waves – “The Tide”

Pale Waves shared a new indie pop anthem “The Tide,” taken from their forthcoming, debut EP, All These Things I’ve Never Said, out March 16.

The Happy Alright – “Mind Reader”

Dallas, TX-based alt-rockers debuted their undeniably addictive new track “Mind Reader,” taken from their forthcoming EP Run Home, out Feb. 9.

Bogues – “Orchard To Bartnick”

Alt artist Bogues will pull at your heartstrings with “Orchard To Bartnick,” taken from his upcoming EP Life, Slowly, out March 2.

Queen of Jeans – “More To Love”

Philadelphia indie-pop act Queen Of Jeans released their dreamy new track “More To Love,” taken from their upcoming album Dig Yourself, out March 30.

Dead To Me – “Fear Is The New Bliss”

California punks Dead To Me self-released their charged new single “Fear Is The New Bliss.”

Many Rooms – “Which Is To Say, Everything”

Texas-based musician Many Rooms debuted her stunning new track “Which Is To Say, Everything,” taken from her debut full-length There Is A Presence Here, out April 13.

Anna McClellan – “Nail-Biting Song”

Anna McClellan debuted her haunting new track, “Nail-biting Song,” taken from her upcoming album Yes And No, out Feb. 23.

Middle Kids – “Mistake”

Australian trio Middle Kids released their new indie-rock track “Mistake,” taken from their upcoming debut album Lost Friends, out May 4.

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