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Songs You Should Hear: Dark Moods and Crying Wolf

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Anyway, onto this week’s Songs You Should Hear…

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LISTEN: On ‘Godless,’ Fyre Byrd Breaks the Rules (The Right Way)

This Thursday on The Quinn Spinn, we’re thrilled to welcome Fyre Byrd. Now based in Nashville, this Australian-born brother-sister duo is bursting onto the local scene with a brand of loud, emotional music that often defies genre conventions.

If you want an example of that, look no further than their new single, “Godless,” released this past Friday.

Listen now!

PREMIERE: Kara Frazier’s ‘I Love You’ is a Timeless Masterpiece

Since coming to Nashville, one thing we’ve always been able to count on is Kara Frazier‘s knack for delivering soulful R&B cuts that are modern, yet timeless. Frazier’s world-class vocal abilities always seem to shine, adding depth and feeling to any track on which she is featured.

Her new single, “I Love You,” continues this glorious tradition.

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Songs You Should Hear on a Lucky Friday the 13th

It’s your lucky day! Not only did Jenna write this incredible premiere feature on TopHouse’s new EP to begin your weekend, but New Music Friday also brings about a fresh batch of Songs You Should Hear!

Today, we have three fresh cuts from artists who have graced our pages before. Jump on in!

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LISTEN: The Veils Examine Our Relationship with Time

“Time is a tempest tearing you apart.
Time has a well-known distrust of the heart.”

Across the world, we all had a lot of time on our hands throughout the course of the pandemic. The Veils’ new single, “Time,” captures the essence of feeling powerless against the ticking clock, as life passed us by in isolation.

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