From Boston’s incredible music scene, comes an artist with such a unique creative vision for music. Indie pop project, Photocomfort (Justine Bowe, ex-member of pop band, Magic Man), has released a new single, “Hit, Run.”
The track opens with solid electronics creating such ethereal and dream-like emotions. Bowe sings sweetly about an old relationship, demanding to escape, and be free to run.
“…get these golden handcuffs off me / get this piano off my back / I wanna run, I wanna run…”
Buy the single here: Hit, Run – Single by Photocomfort
South Carolina’s very own Glass Mansions is described on their Facebook page to be “propulsive and elastic, with bubbly pop melodies, lush electronic beds of sound and intelligent, intimate lyrics” that creates a sound like “Annie Lennox going steady with The Neighbourhood.”
One of the most notable bands I’ve heard in awhile are returning to Lancaster’s Launch Music Conference and Festival at the end of the week. Glass Mansions’ lead vocalist, Jayna Doyle, and I recently talked music and the great things to come for the electronic pop/pop rock band over the course of 2016. Continue reading “Glass Mansions brings their electronic pop rock to Lancaster’s Launch Saturday”