Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.

Bestfriend – ‘Does It Matter?’

After their well-received previous single ‘Last Bus In The A.M’ landed them on numerous online publications earlier this year, emerging alt-pop duo Bestfriend are now looking to do it all again with their newest gem ‘Does It Matter?’ Bringing together a mix of heady grooves and a truly spellbinding chorus, the pair are set to make some serious waves with this one before the year is out.

YUCIFER – ‘Staring At The Ceiling’

With his name already surging across Spotify for his previous releases, fast-rising rapper YUCIFER looks to continue his positive form with the blistering new single ‘Staring At The Ceiling’. With its heavy trap-inspired beats and his own quickfire flow running throughout, this new banger is perfect for cruising across the country in a classic convertible with the top all the way down.

Max Armfield – ‘Blue’

With a diverse range of influences that span from Nirvana and Red Hot Chili Peppers to BROCKHAMPTON and 24k Goldn, British alt-pop upstart Max Armfield is bringing more of that eclectic inspiration on his latest jam ‘Blue’. Blending bold and sweeping alt-pop credentials with a dash of house-inspired beats gives this return a fresh and engaging sound that is simply too adventurous to compare.

Ferentz And The Felons – ‘Tombstone’

Despite growing up with incredible disadvantages that saw him battle physical, mental and spiritual adversities, singer and songwriter Zak Ferentz has turned his pain into some truly beautiful poetry as he delivers his new single ‘Tombstone’. With lyrics that heavily reference his difficult childhood, the song itself is a message of hope for both those listening and himself, showing us all that something brilliant can come out of something so troublesome.

The Indios – ‘Colombian Drugs’

Following the release of their hit single ‘BADBOY’ earlier this year, UK-based Colombian outfit The Indios look to bring us more of their fresh and vibrant sound with the release of their latest offering ‘Colombian Drugs’. With a direction that looks to merge the worlds of reggaeton and electro-pop, this bold and bouncing release will keep your hips shaking from start to finish.