4 New Singapore Songs That Should Be On Your Playlist This Month
Did you know that quite a few Singapore, or based in Singapore music acts, released something new recently? From rythmic dance anthems to infectious pop, here are four made-in-Singapore bops that should be on your playlist. And yes, it includes new music from Singapore’s pride and joy, Nathan Hartono.
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Nathan Hartono - 爱超给电
Remember Nathan Hartono’s 2016 single, ‘Electricity’? Well, say hello to its Mandarin remake, ‘爱超给电’, which comes with a whole new music video. It’s directed by Singaporean photographer and film director Leslie Kee, and features a super cool wardrobe by Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto.
Syzz & Rave Republic - Fall Into My Love
Fall Into My Love is Singapore-based DJ duo Rave Republic’s latest hit. Collaborating with Dutch producer Syzz, the track features an addictive Latin-inspired trumpet riff and a beat that’ll make you want to move.
Falling Feathers - Dancing Alone Ft Love X Stereo
Following ‘Why So Serious’ and ‘Hush’, Falling Feathers has released ‘Dancing Alone’, his third single off his EP “Pipe Dream”, which will be released later this year. This track also features the the soothing vocals of Annie of Love X Stereo, a South Korean electronic pop duo.
Miguel Antonio - Ship In A Mason Jar
Like many other young singer-songwriters of this generation, Miguel Antonio first gained a following from his YouTube covers. After honing his songwriting skills for a year, the 17-year-old is debuting his single Ship In A Mason Jar, a pop-rock track about overcoming loneliness. Check it out on Spotify here.