This week’s emerging and self-releasing artists

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1 h Newsdesk Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.
Foley – ‘Anything Before You’
After spending the last few months cultivating their bright and enticing sound, New Zealand-based duo Foley now look to showcase their latest EP with the collection’s lead single ‘Anything Before You’. Bringing a bold and funk-filled aesthetic throughout, this new upbeat jam will have you tapping your toes from start to finish.

Lyndon Forte – ‘Dangerous’
Having already racked up more than half a million streams for his previously shared offerings, emerging artist Lyndon Forte is back once again to share his incredible flow on this bouncing new delight ‘Dangerous’. Channelling a rich and vibrant RnB aesthetic throughout, his latest jam sees him in one of the more heartfelt directions of his career to date.

Chwis – ‘For You’
After delivering a bold and enticing collection of releases such as ‘Christmas Time’, ‘Leave’ and ‘I’m Not Okay’ in recent months, LA-based singer and songwriter Chwis has now returned to unveil his new EP ‘For You’, alongside the breath-taking title-track. Bringing back more of that fresh and dynamic sound he has shown in the past, his latest gem is a sweet and vibrant return for this fast-rising artist.

Kevin Chung – ‘Friends To Lovers’
With more than 400,000 streams under his belt already and his debut EP on the horizon, Atlanta-based singer and songwriter Kevin Chung is on track to become one of the biggest new names of 2021 and now delivers his latest delight ‘Friends To Lovers’. With its fresh and uplifting pop aesthetics, it feels like nothing is slowly down this young star-in-the-making.

The Hideaways – ‘You’re Everything’
After kicking off their new year with the brilliant single ‘Soho Bedroom Party’ in recent months, Bristol-based outfit The Hideaways are back once again with their vibrant new release ‘You’re Everything’. Starting off with a warm and atmospheric direction, the track quickly shifts gears and explodes into a cacophonous riot of killer guitar hooks and thunderous drums.
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