Spotlight Report Top Picks #11

Photo Credit: Nick Hargans (pictured above Stateside)

Run out of new music to listen to recently? We’ve got your back this week as we showcase new music from the likes of Neck Deep, Tigers Jaw and Stateside. It’s the type of music fix you never thought you needed!

Neck Deep – “Where Do We Go When We Go”

The boys from Neck Deep are back with two new fiery tracks. One of them titled “Where Do We Go When We Go.” Filled with brilliant riffs, upbeat drumming and rhythmic vibes, there’s something magical about Neck Deep’s approach to pop-punk, reminding us to take things a little less seriously and to just have fun. The band will release their third record The Peace and The Panic on August 18 through Hopeless Records.

Tigers Jaw – “Follows”

Recently signed to new record label Black Cement Records, Tigers Jaw have always released music soothing for the soul. Creating an ambient alternative rock sound with a slight emo tinge, the musical duo flourishes in meaningful lyrics with “Follows”, taken from their latest record release spin. Honing the production side of things, Will Yip puts an authentic touch to the band’s music, making him the perfect behind-the-scenes dude of Black Cement Records. Authentic and heartwarming, Tigers Jaw’s music is always a treat for a rainy day. We’re so excited to see the band roster of Black Cement Records grow!

Stateside – “The Way We Were”

Premiering their new EP Naïve on Alternative Press this week, Brissy alternative rock band Stateside are the next big thing to come from Australia. Having similar influences to Tonight Alive and PVRIS, it’s amazing to see another female-fronted band kill it in the scene. The band dropped their new EP as of yesterday (May 25) and so far it has received praise from both fans and critics. Add them to your ‘Ones To Watch’ list because they’re already taking the world by storm. “The Way We Were” is atmospheric, dark and lush; what more could you want from a song?

Stay tuned for more Spotlight Report Top Picks in the next coming weeks…

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