New Music Friday: Vân Scott, Digital Farm Animals, NJOMZA, Destiny Rogers, Gryffin, Jenna Kyle, Public Service Broadcasting

Scott Oatley aka Vân Scott releases his single "What's Coming Next?" today along with the music video. The song was written out of Scott's frustration and anxiety about the future. "I went to Nashville with just this chorus in 2019 and was able to finish it up with Jay Speight and Jorge Mhondera. The song embodies a prayer more than anything else. It's a raw and honest questioning of faith that I believe is universally felt, whether you're religious or not."

British artist and producer Digital Farm Animals has today dropped the high energy video for his infectious new single "Last Night" featuring rising vocal star Harlee. The video, directed by Elliot Simpson (Riton, MNEK, Joel Corry, RAYE), is a classic take on a high school house party, referencing cult teen movies such as Superbad and Project X. Three geeky leads find a 'Save My Party" website, prompting the Pigman and Harlee to arrive and bring the energy.
 
NJOMZA’s newest single “Over And Done,” features lyrics that take listeners on a heartfelt journey through introspection and life’s growing pains. With a curated list of collaborators: written by NJOMZA, Olu (Earthgang), and Liam Hall, and produced by Tommy Brown, Skrillex, Epikh Pro, etc., it’s sure to be an instant pop anthem.
 

Destiny Rogers releases a brand new single and video for "West Like," feat. Kalan.FrFr.  The video was shot in South Central LA and directed by Zhamak Fullad (Lil Yachty, Kodak Black). The song was produced by her longtime collaborators, multi-Grammy Award winning and "Producer of the Year" nominated producers/songwriters The Stereotypes (Bruno Mars, Cardi B., Justin Bieber) who also co-wrote the track, along with Destiny and Kalan.

L.A.-based artist/producer Gryffin has just unveiled a new single entitled "Best Is Yet To Come" with buzzing California singer Kyle Reynolds. Gryffin once again crafts the ultimate summer anthem with an engaging electronic soundscape heightened by Kyle's soaring delivery and powerful hooks. The track and accompanying video showcase the promise of an endless summer as the world comes back to life.

LA-based indie-pop artist, Jenna Kyle announces her debut EP, "Ojos," and she shares the first single from the project, "Tell Me," along with a new video. "Tell Me" is a capstone of Kyle's experience of trying on different personas and processes and the video explores the way people present themselves to the world. Kyle co-produced the new single with BAILE (Anjunadeep) and Grant Zubritsky (Verite, Nick Murphy). 

The London band Public Service Broadcasting, comprised of J. Willgoose, Esq., drumming companion Wrigglesworth, multi-instrumentalist JFAbraham and visuals guru Mr. B, share their new single, “People, Let’s Dance,” featuring vocals from the Berlin-based musician, EERA.

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