New music from Sigrid, Maggie Lindemann, pronoun and Drax Project.

MAGGIE LINDEMANN - 'Human'

Alterna-pop princess Maggie Lindemann returns with her brooding new track, "Human," as well as the spooky accompanying video. Perfect - just in time for Halloween - the video sees Maggie step inside a creepy haunted house and enter another world, where she is surrounded by ghouls. In the past, Maggie has spoken candidly about her struggles with depression and bi-polar disorder. Her breakout single “Pretty Girl” has generated over 4M equivalents to date and is certified Platinum in multiple countries including Sweden (3X Platinum), Norway (2X Platinum), Australia (2X Platinum), Italy (2X Platinum) Ireland (2X Platinum), Portugal, Germany and UK with additional Gold certifications in the U.S., Finland, New Zealand, Denmark, France, & the Netherlands and more. She has collaborated with Pat McGrath make up and Skinny Dip sunglasses.

SIGRID - 'Sucker Punch'

New video "Sucker Punch" cements the Norwegian star Sigrid’s rise to pop prominence. Directed by AB/CD/CD, the video is a confident, spontaneous, authentic pop-tastic visual.

“The video is a bit mad, and that’s the whole point, as there’s a lot going on in the song. It’s filmed in London and the set design was so good, what a team. I hope people have fun watching it; and dance, sing and laugh. If you’re wondering if you can buy the Sigrid Tacos...we should make that happen!”

From her VMA nomination for “MTV Push Artist of the Year,” winning the BBC Sound of 2018 to storming the stage at Panorama and Coachella this year, selling out shows in both NYC and LA, and performing on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Sigrid’s unforgettably impassioned live performances have sparked mass appreciation and defiant, rebellious pop songs.

With her Spotify following tripling since the start of the year, and streaming numbers reaching almost 450M globally, Sigrid is undoubtedly set to continue her ascent with non-conformist and progressive attitudes to femininity with "Sucker Punch."

pronoun - 'you didn't even make the bed'

NPR and NY Times fave, pronoun arrives with the lo-fi new tune, "you didn't even make the bed" and comes from her forthcoming record, due in Spring 2019. pronoun- aka Alyse Vellturo - wrote the song when she had reached breaking point with her ex-girlfriend, explaining, "I wrote this when I got home after an ex had just moved out and left it kind of a mess, when I just wanted to scream at the sky, when it was the final straw. It transitions from the sad, defeated phase of a break up in to the angry one. This whole record addresses that phase, the one where you're like "really...REALLY?!"

DRAX PROJECT - 'Woke Up Late - LASH Remix' 

NZ's Drax Project's tune, "Woke Up Late" has been given a tropical re-work by LASH- perfect for transporting you beachside. Drax Project went from busking on the streets of Wellington, NZ to playing with massive pop acts like Ed Sheeran and Lorde. The 4 piece gained a following after re-working vocal hooks of famous pop songs into saxophone licks, and covered Kimbra's track, "Goldmine". It went viral, and caught the attention of an influential producer and soon they were signed to a major label. Next thing you know, their extremely catchy ear worm, "Woke Up Late" was racing up the charts in NZ and they're playing massive stadiums with the worlds biggest pop acts!

TWINS - 'Fade Away' 

"The song talks about the fear of losing someone dear to you. For me the song is a musical version of the overflow of feelings after a breakup. The desperation you can feel of not having control of a situation anymore. You deal with a lot of ups and downs after something like that and this song came about from one of those days where things felt pretty sh***y," Twins said.

"The meaning is up for interpretation, but for me it's about loss and regret. The father in the video sort of is the meaning of 'fade away' and in the video we jump between his pretty complex mind and the reality that has created."