Free tunes, yo!
#MusicMonday is here to put a little pep in your step! I’ve got a couple of tunes for you to download and dig! We have Fallon Cush’s “Honey Honey” streaming and you can find a download link below for Anabots “I Am Not Afraid of the Dark”. Enjoy :)
Spring sees the renewal of many things. For Fallon Cush’s aptly titled second album, April, renewal comes in the form of relationships. Fallon Cush’s first single “Honey Honey” from their Americana-tinged album, Aprilis the perfect song about reigniting the spark. With an intimate, almost crooning voice, frontman Steve Smith sings, “Honey Honey why’d you kiss me short,” a poetic line that signals there might be trouble. With lively piano, rolling percussion and ringing guitar, “Honey Honey” moves on from the opening line toward reconciliation. Download “Honey Honey” now!
Anabot vocalist and songwriter, Analise Nelson weaves electro and edgy pop together in her first single, “I Am Not Afraid of the Dark”. Like a bird making a nest out of the bits and pieces to create a beautiful song out of found melodies, Nelson branches into the unknown with a meticulously crafted fusion of electro and rock. The “dark” mentioned in the song represents a new relationship as well as a new songwriting style. “This song has a lot of new elements: pop piano hook, the 60’s organ, the auto-tuned robotic doo-wop style background vocals in the bridge,” says Nelson. “All still married with that rock guitar sound that I began writing with.” Download “I Am Not Afraid of the Dark” now!