I Panic "Marry You" It's about finding love and finding something new to love about this person every day like they attain all the chaos of life to make sense of small things that they do. It's about more than the feeling of simply being in love.
Sadie Nix – “Oblivious”
What sticks when we listen to "Oblivious" is how raw and genuine her vocals sound; you can feel her heartbreak in every note and it's the level of emotion that we would expect from someone years into their career.
Onbar – “Chance (feat. Orion Song)”
You can sense the conflicted feelings of opening up again while trying to go slow and avoid heartbreak - and by the end, he feels ready to take this step and go for it. It's a complex and compelling narrative, and it shows great songwriting skills.
Angelina Luzi – “Silent Moon”
!Silent Moon was written in a moment of loss of direction, when the only reassuring feeling would come by watching the moon and its soothing cycles, waiting and hoping for answers to come while torn apart, head and heart. I hope this song gives the same strength and hope to my listeners too” Angelina Luzi
Joel Rivendell – “Melbourne”
The lyrics feel like an ode to Melbourne as much as they are a plea for the city to not change - at least not for the worse.
Natalie Clark – “How High”
It's truly and actually an inspirational track, it puts a smile on your face and makes you want to listen to it on repeat. The beautiful and talented Natalie Clark has outdone herself with this one, and I can't wait to hear what comes next.
Laurelight – “Peaceful”
The way he sings about letting go and walking toward happiness is inspiring to anyone who hears it. It's a very relatable song, exposing vulnerability and striving for peace in the most human way possible.
micahsota – “PICTURE IN MY POCKET”
"PICTURE IN MY POCKET is a song I wrote for my friends. It's a sunny, chill, indie electric love song inspired by many different smiling faces." micahsota
YME – “I Rule the World”
Ymkje is definitely showing off a newfound confidence and it's really good to see it. "I Rule the World" is a remarkable achievement, for sure.
Mina – “The One That Got Away”
Mina does an incredible job of capturing that feeling of sadness and longing, and she does it in a way that it feels fleeting. It is painful and you have every right to feel it, but it'll pass.