Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.
Presidio – ‘Unwind’
Since forming back in 2017, New York-based duo Presidio have always looked to inject overarching sense of haziness into their music, and this continues through the release of their latest single ‘Unwind’. Lifted from their eagerly awaited debut EP ‘Telepathy’, the pair adopt a warm and breezy dream-pop aesthetic to deliver a rich and captivating offering that channels moments of Sharon Van Etten and Bat For Lashes.
Llynks – ‘Patterns Through Seams’
Following on from the release of her haunting single ‘Slow Burn’ in the last few months, Nomadic artist Llynks now returns with her latest lofty cut ‘Patterns Through Seams’. Taken from her debut album of the same name, her latest release mixes soaring synths with her own dark and atmospheric vocals to unveil a truly intense and inviting new gem.
Patrick Barry – ‘Coffee In The Morning’
Having spent the last few years fronting outfits such as Navar and The Barry Brothers Band, singer and songwriter Patrick Barry now embarks on a solo guise as he shares his new single ‘Coffee In The Morning’. Having been a prolific songwriter for the twenty years, Barry takes his wealth of life experiences and channels them through this bold and powerful new jam, coupling indie-rock with just a dash of country throughout.
Aaron London – ‘Think Big’
After returning at the start of the year with his wildly impressive cut ‘Life Don’t Stress Me’, Aaron London looks to give us more of that warm and tranquil emotion with his latest work ‘Think Big’. Blending a wide range of influences that include funk, psych-pop and RnB, this brief yet luxurious release cements him as a truly enticing and groove-filled individual to boot.
ØHENRY – ‘Put It In The Park’
Having already made a name for himself throughout his Californian homeland, US singer and songwriter ØHENRY looks to keep the buzz very much alive with his new offering ‘Put It In The Park’. Combining trap-inspired beats with broad and sweeping vocal performance, this new cut sees him bring the same inviting atmosphere as Travis Scott and The Weeknd with its bright and euphoric delivery.