Tagged: synth-pop

DYLYN – American Nightmare

No, it’s not a song about the US President, but it is the latest track from DYLYN, whose previous tracks Mimosa and Secret certainly grabbed the attention.

American Nightmare is a pop-punk tune about choosing a different path to life to the supposedly utopian ‘American Dream’ that many pursue. It’s a song that also underlines the Toronto-based singer-songwriter’s knack for a hook. A much bigger profile beckons.

DYLYN – American Nightmare

The Modern Strangers – Coco Hello

Out today is the new track from synth-pop duo The Modern Strangers. Coco Hello has all the hallmarks of a summer pop earworm guaranteed to be stuck in your brain after two listens… you have been warned!

You can catch them live on 10 June supporting Young Kato at The Garage in London, as well as slots at Cornwall’s Leopallooza and the Y Not Festival in Derbyshire towards the end of July.

The Modern Strangers – Coco Hello

TRACK OF THE WEEK: Dan Crossley – Nothing But Love

Pure synth-pop at it’s best, this one deserves to be a summer pop anthem. Meet Dan Crossley, a 21-year-old singer songwriter from Telford who has been busy writing songs throughout his teens.

He attracted plenty of attention with his debut track Feel and has now followed it up with Nothing But Love, which is what we have for this tune. It is taken from hisĀ five-track EP Feel which is out on Friday 19 May.

Dan Crossley – Nothing But Love