Here is our featured music this week, showcasing songs stripped to the acoustics and some chill pop beats. Check them out!

“Transit,” by The Receiver: a synth-heavy track with a crunchy beat and dreamy vocals. The music video created to match offers inspirational visuals seemingly from another world.

“French Toast,” by ANNNA: Title track of their upcoming EP, this song is incredibly catchy with its unique use of electronic elements, crisp visuals in the lyrics, and a soothing voice in the lead vocals.

“Alone,” by Allanah Jeffreys: Canada-based artist is changing the scope of what we know about pop music with its blend of instrumentals and a melody likely to get stuck in your head for days.

“Not Dead Yet,” by Lord Huron: Just a couple weeks after performing on Jimmy Kimmel live, this single takes its audience into a state of dreaminess with the backup and harmonizing vocals, thrumming acoustic guitar paired with a roar of electricity and energy in the lively drums.

“Tell Me I’m Pretty (Piano Version),” by Brynn Elliot: A stripped-down version of this track offers a vulnerable take of what was once a song upbeat in melody. The piano version showcases the vocals where emotions take the front stage.

“Mine,” by Samantha Margaret: San Francisco-based musician introduces a perspective on the idea that there are two sides of a person, with a crisp voice and stripped-to-the-essentials instrumentals.

“All Again,” by Wallners: After two streaming successes, this band is back with their third single, paired with a beautiful music video. This track is a great addition to a soulful and vulnerable mood embodying the rainy late winter days.

“Fly,” by Jona Kandaly: With its lo-fi, chill pop beats, this track sends chills through its audience with its dreamy vocals and unique blend of genres.

Which track did you like best? Let us know in the comments!

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