Three outstanding new rock tracks you need in your life

Stos – “Who We’ll Be”
-I don’t always bust out the stank face, but when I do it’s because of a groove this good. This track has an amazing blend of funky beat with these soaring atmospheric vocals. It’s a combination that you don’t realize how much you need until you hear it. The genre-defying nature of the track is the defining characteristic, but the vibes are immaculate here. The lyrics are about being ready to take off. It’s inspirational and moving. I dig this.

Kraig Durco – “Roll”
-If you’re a music fan of a certain age, this type of songwriting will resonate; what I mean is that fans of 90s alt rock will love this song. There are elements of pop punk as well as the sort of Matchbox 20 style of rock that was popular in the late 90s and early 2000s. I appreciate the up tempo vocals, killer guitar riffs, and approachable lyrics. “Aw baby, let’s roll!” The vocal is good, but the balance between the guitars and the vocal on the chorus might be my favorite part of the song. It’s just a jam that feels accessible for listeners – and the lyrical message on the bridge alone is worth the listen.

Julia Logan – “Mirrors”
-I’ve become such a sucker for a sound like this in the past two or three years. Julia Logan writes with a style that feels like a colorful blend of vintage (i.e. Stevie Nicks) with contemporary (Lizzy McAlpine). The blended genre energy really makes this track feel unique in a crowded rock scene. There’s a rolling energy to the guitars and backing vocals on the chorus that allow the lead to stand out really well here. The mood of the track works really well. Genre be darned, this is a great tune!

Image courtesy: Kraig Durco IG

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