Friday’s Finest w/ It’s All Indie, Indie Central Music, Turtle Tempo and Nexus Music Blog.

We are back to host Fridays Finest with a reshuffling of the pack! We welcome Indie Central Music to the feature alongside regulars It’s All Indie and Turtle Tempo! Between us, we hope to continue to bring you the best new music at the end of every week, so that you can carry that feel-good feeling into the weekend! And if by chance you haven’t felt that this week? Then take a look below at one of the four selections!


Nexus Music Blog

Gorran – I Don’t Love You Anymore

Gorran – I Don’t Love You Anymore

Gorran is a London based vocalist and songwriter whose music fuses elements of dance, pop, R&B and hip-hop. Bursting with intricate, polished production, the young musician produces contemporary pop with dark undertones, which has been resonating with audiences across the globe. 

Gorran’s spent time at the prestigious BRIT School (alumni including Adele, Amy Winehouse, and Rex Orange County), where he developed his distinctive sound and dynamic live show. Gorran takes a lot of pride and direction when crafting his tracks. Making sure to embed a sense and energy that the audience can relate with. Gorran shares:

Whether it’s sadness, joy, anger, nostalgia, fear – I just want them to feel something. I think that is what makes a great song and so that is what I will always aim to achieve”. 

The self-produced track, which was mixed by Gavin Goldberg (Chrissie Hynde, Britney Spears, Avril Lavigne) reminisces the story of a love lost. Melodically deep, incredibly sensitive and emotionally rich. There is a depth toI Don’t Love You Anymore‘ that resonates with audiences and will allow you to remain hooked from the beginning. It is easy to see why Gorran has gained over 100,000 streams on Spotify.


It’s All Indie

BAILEY – Brown Sugar Café

BAILEY – Brown Sugar Café

East Anglia’s very own ‘BAILEY‘ has recently revealed his latest single, “Brown Sugar Cafe“. This comes off the back of a long Summer with the singer-songwriter performing at countless shows and festivals, with Camp Bestival being a highlight for the musician.

Here he’s back and is showing off once again how addictive his smooth acoustic music can be, with vocals like this how can you hate it. With subtle pop elements embedded in the track, it caters for anyone with an impeccable music taste. So head on down and delve into BAILEY’s addictive new track, “Brown Sugar Café“.

BAILEY – Brown Sugar Café

Indie Central Music

Sløtface – Sink or Swim

Sløtface – Sink or Swim

Since their incredible debut album ‘Try Not to Freak Out’, Norwegian outfit Sløtface have solidified their sound with three new singles and ‘Sink or Swim’ is their latest. The indie-punk quartet are making a powerful statement on the current climate crisis, which a lot of bands seem to be writing about, as well as making remixed of Greta Thunberg.
Lead singer Hayley Shea said:

It’s about the desperation that comes when I think about climate change.
It’s supposed to be an honest description of how I’m definitely not doing enough to stop it, and how it feels so massive and difficult, but at the same time it in part comes down to lots of small and every-day choices.

The single will be a constant reminder in the back of people’s minds about the need to change our habits and to be more eco-friendly. The band are about to head out on a European tour with PUP in November, with UK dates between the 21st and 30th.

Take a look at the music video below.


Turtle Tempo

George CaponUnderground

George CaponUnderground

Manchester singer-songwriter ‘George Capon’s‘ release ‘Underground’ is catchy, instantly likeable and can only be described as a certified feel-good banger.

Speaking on the honest and open lyricism on his latest single, George said:

“Aside from the feel-good vibe, Underground is about the side of myself that I’m not always proud of but exists anyway. The stuff that everyone goes through during their lives. It’s about the fear of letting people down, the fear of getting older without accomplishing your dreams and aspirations, the constant analysing and overthinking that people put themselves through each and every day, jealousy, anger and frustration. All in all, it’s the most brutally honest song I’ve ever written and I’m incredibly proud to have it out there for everyone to hear.”

George CaponUnderground

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