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Modern Moxie, Miynt, Tallies, APRE, D’Arcy, White Lies and Leif Erikson

Seven Fresh Songs #104

Miynt — Station Station

Leif Erikson — 200 Times

Two years ago, British four-piece Leif Erikson landed on our radar and with a new song titled “200 Times,” we were immediately intrigued. True to their style that we came to love, “200 Times” brims with dreamy, jangly guitars juxtaposed with harsher chords, that create a melange of alluring beauty. What stands out though are Sam Johnston’s versatile vocals and the exquisite guitar work which lend “200 Times” its irresistible vibe. The band’s frontman and songwriter, Sam Johnston, considers the lyrics to be some of his most personal yet. He says:

D’Arcy — Moon

The big sound of “Moon” washes over you like a wave of warm water. It is a hopeful, positive vibe that New York singer/songwriter D’Arcy wants to convey here. She explains about the song:

Ryan Keen — I Won’t Give Up

When the nights get longer and the days get colder in our Northern Hemisphere, then a song like “I Won’t Give Up” comes along more than welcomed with its beautiful and reassuring vibe. It’s the latest offering by singer/songwriter Ryan Keen, who is also an avid surfer and mental health advocate. Based in South West England he says about his latest single;

Tallies — No Dreams of Fayres

When you don’t feel right, staying in bed can be a false sense of comfort. In “No Dreams of Fayres”, Sarah Cogan, singer of Toronto-based trio Tallies describes the conflicting thoughts while refusing to wake up in the hope to escape depression. But the upbeat vibes of the song put a healthy distance between Sarah’s experiences and where she is now.

APRE — Your Eyes

Ahead of their nine-track mixtapes record, scheduled for February 1st, 2022, experimental duo APRE share the extra gorgeous “Your Eyes.” APRE’s lead vocalist Charlie Brown says about their latest single:

Modern Moxie — Weeping Willow

Modern Moxie is an indie rock band from South Carolina. Their new song “Weeping Willow” deals with the tough time when singer and songwriter Madison Lucas was worried about her brother’s serious illness. The song will be on the EP “Gutter Honey,” set for a March 2022 release.

White Lies — I Don’t Want To Go To Mars

We are longtime fans of English post-punk three-piece White Lies and with their latest offering “I Don’t Want To Go To Mars,” they demonstrate once more that they’re still on top of their game.



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Oliver Bouchard

I write software, share music and photos on and enjoy life together with @elkenyc in Brooklyn, NY.