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FRIDAY FINDS: 17-09-2021

This week's Friday Finds showcases indie music in its many forms; indie-pop, indie-rock, alternative indie, etc...

You name it, we've got it! (So long as you're only after the four artists below 😬)

Mountains Like Wax - Are You Changing?

The Nashville duo get introspective with the soul-searching new single 'Are You Changing?'.

Taylor's earnest vocals alongside epic synths and guitars are reminiscent of the sound of mid-noughties indie-rock; think Snow Patrol, Radiohead, and Keane. 'Are You Changing?' is a love letter to change, which makes us who we need to be.

Discover on 'Scary Canary: Indie Rising'.

Perfect for: roadtrips, thoughtful moments.

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Wave Chase - Feet Don't Follow

"You left me cold like last night's lasagne" is up there with the most relatable lyrics I've ever heard.

If it's something to sing along with that you're after, Wave Chase have you covered with 'Feet Don't Follow', the BBC Intro favourite's new single.

Wave Chase hail from Brighton and look set to take over the UK indie-pop scene with their catchy riffs and playful sound.

Discover on 'Scary Canary: Indie Rising'.

Perfect for: manic episodes and weekends with friends.

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Marianne Engebretsen - Light as the Moon

Lush sounds from Oslo, Norway; Marianne Engebretsen releases stunning alt-pop single 'Light as the Moon'.

Soul influence meets alternative soundscapes that James Blake and Bon Iver might well envy.

"Light As The Moon is a musical portrait of my mother, in every aspect of motherhood: Tender, aware, warm, playful, quirky, chaotic, spontaneous and a little crazy," explains producer and songwriter Engebretsen.

Don't take your eyes off this artist for a single second - she's just about ready to take over the alternative music scene altogether, and when she does, it'll be spectacular.

Discover on 'Scary Canary: Alt Rising' and 'Scary Canary: Top of the Bops'.

Perfect for: quiet nights in, sunbathing in the local park.

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This Portsmouth alt-rock four-piece will get you through the rest of your Friday with their new single 'Far Away'.

As well as some pretty fabulous hairdos, FLOWVERS sport an energy in their sound that is reminiscent of the 'good old days' of indie-rock. They are the type of band who fill a venue to its rafters with no problem, providing a temporary nirvana for every angsty teen within a ten-mile radius.

In fact, good thing they're prepared; they have an extensive set of live dates coming up, the next being this one at Southampton Joiners on the 1st October 2021.

Discover on 'Scary Canary: Indie Rising'.

Perfect for: a chaotic night out at the local basement venue.

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