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FRIDAY FINDS: 05-11-2021

Four brilliant songs, three Scary Canary veterans, one fresh new face! It's a good week for music. Hear the latest from Celine Love, Dust In The Sunlight, POLYDRIVE and Ivy Eye below.


Celine Love - Twenty-Five

Celine Love searches for a silver lining of a quarter-life crisis in new single 'Twenty-Five'.


Sensitive, witty, reassuring and optimistic - Celine Love encapsulates what it means to hit your mid-twenties during a pandemic. Her collaboration with producer TR33 results in a warm and youthful R&B sound that has earned her placements opening for Years & Years and Jim James.


Discover on 'Pop Rising' and 'Top of the Bops'.

Perfect for: good vibes, a morning mood-boost


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Dust in the Sunlight - Blueprints

London-based duo Annie and Billy have become firm Scary Canary favourites over the last year, and their reign over indie-pop continues with their cinematic new single 'Blueprints'.


Ruminating over people and places they might have known in another life, Dust In The Sunlight stir up feelings that we are all familiar with - especially poignant, given recent global events.


Discover on 'Indie Rising' and 'Top of the Bops'.

Perfect for: introspective moments


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POLYDRIVE - Favorite Band

Tulsa brothers Cam and Cole have formed the best alt-pop band you've never heard of - a future Gen-Z obsession.


'Favorite Band' is POLYDRIVE's latest single, written about how, oftentimes, our new favourite music discoveries are tied to the people who introduced us to them. So what happens when that relationship ends? Listen and find out...


Discover on 'Pop Rising' and 'Top of the Bops'.

Perfect for: driving through the city at night


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Ivy Eye - Intoxicating

Good, old-fashioned Disco fun! Ivy Eye have hit the brief with their new single 'Intoxicating'.


Another Scary Canary favourite, this Portsmouth duo is quickly becoming the go-to for soundtracking good times. The new single is a nod to the honeymoon period of a new relationship - you know, when your mate gets a new beau and disappears for six months?


Discover on 'Indie Rising' and 'Top of the Bops'.

Perfect for: losing hours with your new S.O.


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