Fall Sounds

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We’re giving our Spotify playlists a refresh with some of the music industry’s most promising talent.

Below, a sampling from a few we may have on a loop this Fall…

The Districts
Although their debut album, Telephone, flew relatively under the radar when it was released in 2013 The Districts have since gained momentum with a sophomore album under label Fat Possum and sets at big-name festivals like Bonnaroo and SXSW. This indie rock band from Pennsylvania will quickly draw you in with their Mumford & Sons meets Kings of Leon vibe. 

With Dopamine out only last week, BØRNS’s first album already promises a unique future for the electro-pop singer. Think sounds inspired by classics from the Bee Gees and Michael Jackson juxtaposed with current-age influences from MGMT and Passion Pit. 

Leon Bridges
Bridges has been receiving rave reviews from the likes of Rolling Stone & Billboard for his classic, soulful R&B sound and personal style. His debut album, Coming Home, dropped in June and he is now selling out small venues across the US and abroad. 

James Bay
With a sold-out autumn UK tour and the Brits Critics' Choice Award 2015 (could be somewhat auspicious if previous winners Adele and Sam Smith are anything to go by) already under his belt, James Bay’s folk-rock style is winning over critics and fans alike. 

Ryn Weaver
Ryn Weaver gained significant attention when her first single “OctaHate” went viral in 2014 on SoundCloud. Billboard.com supported the hype when they put her on the map as one their top 10 artists to watch this year. The indie pop sound on her debut album (The Fool, out now) features the likes of Michael Angelakos and Cashmere Cat.