New Music Roundup: AlunaGeorge, James Fauntelroy & JMSN
AlunaGeorge, “I Remember” Feat. Flume
“It was good to get together finally and do something fun in the studio,” Aluna said on working with the Australian producer. “You don’t often get in the same place at the same time, so it was great.”
After floating around since earlier this year, AlunaGeorge took to the fest’s Live Stage to premiere the title track off her forthcoming album, I Remember. Produced by none other than Flume, the track succeeds through chopped vocals, drifty bass components and vibey undertones.
Listen to the first sounds of AlunaGeorge’s sophomore album here.
James Fauntleroy, “Evole,” “Let Me Go (With You),” & “Recharge”
Despite having released a full-length in quite some time, the Westcoast crooner James Fauntleroy still manages to make an impression with his solo one-off’s. After sharing “Feel” a week back, Fauntleroy resurfaces to treat fans to a trio of new tracks entitled “Evolve,” “Let Me Go (With You),” and “Recharge.”
An extension to his previous conversational records, the handful of joints could easily make up their own EP, although Fauntleroy is all about free releases. Stream all three of the tracks, as we can only assume he’ll be back with sooner than later.
JMSN, “Cruel Intentions” Feat. Snoh Aalegra
As if JMSN needed any additional sensual vibes, he’s enlisted Sweden’s songbird Snoh Aalegra for the official remix of “Cruel Intentions.” Reworking the moody track, both singers’ sultry vocals layered the track for an exchange of feelings about fooling around with another’s heart while having alterative motives in mind.
“Cruel Intentions” will appear on JMSN’s upcoming album, It Is, which arrives on May 5. Listen to the soulful, yearning that takes the single to new heights up-top.
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