New Release Friday is back with some new tracks and reviews. Check them out below!
KEHLI | “Dead Body”
KEHLI, the Irish pop singer/songwriter, has just released a new track entitled “Dead Body,” which is a high-energy, captivating tune. Her powerful vocals take center stage, supported by the compelling instrumentals that pair well with her voice. This standout performance showcases KEHLI’s strong vocal abilities and songwriting skills. It’s an exciting addition to any playlist, and definitely worth a listen.
Caslow x SayWeCanFly | “Your Boyfriend’s Car”
North American melodic bass group Caslow, comprised of Brody Low and Natale Castelli, have quickly become a rising force in the pop-punk inspired music scene, garnering over 50 million plays to date and earning support from industry heavyweights including Gryffin, Illenium, and Alison Wonderland, among others. Their latest release, ‘Your Boyfriend’s Car,’ featuring SayWeCanFly, is a standout track with a perfect blend of pop and punk elements that complement the vocals of the song. The production quality is also top-notch, making for a powerful performance that demands your attention.
Sean Dawson x 12 Feet Tall | “the way i see you”
Sean Dawson, a singer/songwriter, collaborated with 12 Feet Tall to release a fresh track titled “the way i see you.” The acoustic-driven song highlights Sean’s powerful vocals, which is a clever choice. He has one of those voices that you just want to hear more of. Absolutely stunning. The track is beautifully crafted and deserves a spot in your playlists.
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Jerrett Franklin grew up in a small town. He moved to Nashville to pursue a music career. After writing for a few different artists in the area, he decided to branch out and give local music the spotlight. That is where the idea for Music On The Rox originated from. We are dedicated to shining a light on local music and giving a voice to those who aren’t being heard.