Best New Indie Pop

Last month, We Are: The Guard premiered Dog Orchestra’s latest single “Pity Party,” a brooding synth-pop track that made self-deprecation sound fun. Now, premiering again on We Are: The Guard is the (...)
What you are about to read through and listen to today are ten of the best indie pop songs that we curated for you. They’re 100% fresh and guaranteed to light up your week and most likely make the temperature rise up … so you may want to open (...)
Given that he’s a white dude combining elements of hip hop, punk, and emo into his music, comparisons to Twenty One Pilots are practically unavoidable. And any Caucasian-looking person who raps will inevitably be (...)
Hmmm...I have a sister and our relationship isn’t anything like this song. That being said, I’m getting the sneaking suspicion based on the lyrical content that perhaps this song is meant more for sisters, and not just (...)
UK spoken word artist Kate Tempest traces the roots of life, civilization on the mystical "Holy Elixir." Hip-hop gives voice to ordinary people, speaking dreams and desires in riddim and rhyme. Born from street corners, city parks, MCs are sorcerers (...)
The long wait is finally over. Your search for the perfect summer nights song has ended with the arrival of “Do You Love Her Now”, Jai Paul’s first new song since 2012. Released in conjunction with his brand-new website (...)
Rising pop sensation CYN lets the spirit move her on "Holy Roller," her best single to date. Love, obsession, and spirituality are close bedfellows. At their best, they're a sign of an appreciation of something bigger than one's self (...)
Normally I’d start this post off with a terrible wisecrack and amp you all up for this week’s best track — but I’m too impressed with this song and respect it too much to do that. Plus, I’m not funny. And admission is the first step! Dancer-turned-Singer (...)
Have you ever stopped to think to yourself that all you’re missing in your life is music that you will probably hear on the radio five months from now (or perhaps never)? Don’t you worry about a thing, We Are: The Guard has got you covered with 10 (...)
It’s been just under a week since Igor dropped and suddenly the world seems to have forgotten basically about new music that has come out since then. But there have been other treasures that need to be heard and we don’t (...)
Started as a YouTuber and now he’s here. Yes, Lewis Blissett, the Londoner known for doing covers has finally released an original piece and it’s siiiick, but in the hawt kind of way and not in a “Sick Thoughts” kind of way (...)
A mantra is a word or sound repeated to aid concentration in meditation. A less legalistic and more spiritually inclined person would tell you that they’re repetitive sounds used to penetrate the depths of the unconscious mind and adjust the vibration (...)
This next song is dedicated to the dreamers — the ones reading this right now at their office desk, spacing out to some really deep house jams with minds wandering about their next music festival. The ones who press their face (...)

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