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Feeling Anxiety? Watch SKRAM’s “Please Give Me Some Peace” Video

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If you are looking for fresh indie bands, then SKRAM should definitely be on your radar. Embark on a journey with these guys to see how the anxious brain works in the new hilarious video for “Please Give Me Some Peace.

Within a short time, SKRAM will be New Zealand’s best-kept secret!

The rising group consists of three talented music teachers, Henry Ashby (lead vocalist), Felix Nesbitt (drummer), and Lee Pryor (keyboardist). This project was born when they started to do school shows and realized their common passion for performing live on stage.

Undoubtedly, the infiltration of Pop into the Rock hegemony, makes everything quite dynamic and energetic. Indeed, “Please Give Me Some Peace” is an expressive track that doesn’t hide its driving force, the complexity of emotions.

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Anxiety is of course the central point of this banger. Moreover, relatable lyrics resonate with fighting your inner demons and struggles. In other words, “Please Give Me Some Peace” portrays the drama behind ceasing about things which are beyond the power of your will.

Interestingly enough, the cover art reminds me of a popular adage, “You can’t stop the waves but you can learn to surf.” Nevertheless, the way you handle certain situations in life has a direct impact on how much anxiety you experience.

I really enjoy the appeal of clever Pop tunes like this one. Not to mention, the funny visuals may even be useful for a workable thesis to illustrate human behavior on a date.

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Hi, my name is Erick Ycaza. I have a BA in Advertising & Graphic Design. This blog is to provide you with daily music news and share my personal style.

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Maithili Raelle Unveils The Magic Of Falling In Love With New Song

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Pop sensation Maithili Raelle shares her latest song, “Falling For You. With catchy beats and funky guitar licks, this fresh single guarantees to get everyone moving and grooving.

She has loved music since she was a kid. On the other hand, Maithili Raelle has been trained in classical Hindi rhythms and she’s a big fan of Bollywood + the 80s and 70s Pop era. For her, writing songs is like a way to connect with people and their feelings.

Most importantly, she’s not about to change who she is to fit in. Indeed, she’s proud of her heritage and her diverse background, her mom is from India, and her dad is from Uganda.

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Interestingly, through “Falling For You” she delves into the emotions you experience when you’re head over heels for someone special. The whole jam perfectly conveys the happiness that comes with being in love, and perhaps the butterflies in the stomach too.

Lately, she’s creating a significant buzz on the Internet with her original sound and is set for great success. Her exceptional ability to hit high and low notes with power will leave you captivated and wanting more…

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Briana Piedra Premieres Vertical Music Video For “In My Head”

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Many people find it difficult to open up and connect with others, but there’s a new song that captures this feeling. Well, I’m talking about “In My Head” by “It Was Always You” singer Briana Piedra.

Of course, her talent never ceases to surprise and astound listeners. On this occasion, she has decided to drop a vertical music video because this format is more immersive for the viewers, as it takes up the entire screen and allows for more dynamic and creative shots.

Additionally, it is optimized for social media platforms, which are mainly viewed on mobile devices. This makes it easier for the audience to watch and share the clip, leading to more engagement and reach.

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“In My Head” shines with its modern Pop/RnB melodies. Likewise, the well-written lyrics speak to the struggles of overthinking and the difficulty in letting suitors in, something everyone can relate to.

In short, a must-listen for anyone who has ever felt trapped in their own head!

Briana Piedra’s music career began in 2019 and she has continued to build momentum with her releases. Without a doubt, this vertical music video and the track itself are just the latest examples of her exceptional ability to connect with you on a deep level.

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Rubayne’s “Connections” Puts Listeners In A Romantic Mood

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Possessed by entrancing rhythms, Rubayne’s fresh release “Connections” stood out for its exquisite urban bass. Pulsing with rich dynamism and featuring both male/female vocals, this track will seduce your ears.

With just the right pinch of sensuality, there’s a certain atmosphere behind this track that reinforces romanticism. Additionally, cutting-edge beats are accompanied by lyrics expressing feelings of love and gratitude.

If you were wondering about the talents who sing “Connections,” their names are Yunnee and Izaya. Definitely, they have good chemistry to such an extent that the outcome here might even surpass your expectations.

But don’t take my words for granted, press play below and get your own conclusions.

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Slowly but surely, the Netherlands-based producer is taking giant strides in the music industry. From collaborating with Hardwell’s Gemstone Records and Atlantic Records in the past, nowadays, Rubayne is back venturing to drop a new EP.

Indeed, “Connections” is the first offer of many to come! Moreover, he excels not only in developing modern melodies but also in songwriting, which is brilliantly emotional and catchy.

Plainly, he leaves you thirsting for more… so please check out interesting updates via his social media channels.

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