New Music – Her’s, Charlotte Cardin, The Regrettes
New music to wow about from Liverpool, Quebec and Los Angeles
Every week, we highlight a couple of new acts from around the globe who’ve caught our attention. Please feel free to share tips with us or check out all past New Music selections here.
Liverpool-based dream pop janglers Stephen Fitzpatrick and Audun Laading are already dab hands at the kind of pop tune which comes with an embedded summer rush. Tracks like “Dorothy”, “What Once Was” and “Marcel”, all included on forthcoming collection “Songs Of Her’s”, are full of bounce and strong melodies, qualities which become quite transformative when it comes to the live show.
Quebec’s Charlotte Cardin swapped modeling and reality TV (La Voix) for the singing and songwriting business and she may have made a wise choice. Caught by accident at SXSW the other week, Cardin’s songs are fascinating things, each with rubs of jazz, pop and electro to match her strong, striking voice. One to watch.
Los Angeles garage rock teens The Regrettes are specialists when it comes to the tough-hitting bubblegum punk grooves with a heart of gold. Their tracks to date like “A Living Human Girl” are modern updates on the troubles and strifes of modern living, all delivered with great aplomb by frontwoman Lydia Night. Check out debut album “Feel Your Feelings Fool!” for more.