RGM Recommends – The Singles

Sean Wyer – Videogames

Try getting Sean Wyer’s new song out of your head – it’s jam-packed with juicy melodies. Titled ‘Videogames’, this track could easily be the game-changer in Sean’s career. Effortlessly intricate with elements of alt-pop at the front, the track tells the tale about missing people you love.

With lockdown being incredibly tough, ‘Videogames’ comes in a time of need and serves as a helping hand. Based in London and waving the Pride flag throughout his music, Sean is a queer-pop artist that deserves to be at the top of your list to check out.

A bitter sweet anthem that will speak wonders to the LGBTQ+ community, this passionate number oozes with vibrance and comes across as Sean’s strongest track to date.

Gecko Club – Summer 2020

Picture this – cocktail in one hand, sunglasses on while you’re sunbathing by the pool somewhere warm, this track comes on your playlist – life is good.

Tinged with reggae and surf rock vibes, ‘Summer 2020’ is the soundtrack to the summer we never had. A bittersweet offering that captures the globe’s despair when our plans went out the window last year, the optimistic number is bathed in euphoria and motivation to help you get through the tough times.

Bending through different music styles, Gecko Club are quickly becoming a true asset to the UK’s music scene. Sounding like a fun-loving Australian band, the quartet draw inspiration from the likes of Sticky Fingers, Ocean Alley and Peach Fur.

Natalie Carr – Scraped Knees

American artist Natalie Carr is back with elevating, brand new single ‘Scraped Knees’. Bathed in an alternative pop meets R&B attire, this enchanting single is layered with sass and sleazy instrumentation. Natalie’s second offering of the year lives and breaths youth yet comes across as mature.

Telling the story about always wanting to please other people, there’s a euphoric sense throughout Scraped Knees that radiates independence.

The sort of track you’d instantly share with your friends, we just may be in the presence of a songwriter destined for the big time.

Produced by John McCall ‘J-Mac’ & Dillion Lawter, ‘Scraped Knees’ could easily find its way into the charts if it’s within reach of the right people.

Conal Kelly – Really Don’t Like You

Telling the story about disliking someone for no apparent reason, Conal Kelly’s latest anthem ‘Really Don’t Like You’ could be the most relatable track you’ll hear this month.

The Bristol based rising star is certainly turning heads across the globe and gaining support from the likes of NOTION, EARMILK & BBC Introducing completely confirms this statement.

“Really Don’t Like You” is best described as infectious. Armed with uplifting instrumentation, effortless vocals and a danceable rhythm, this cross-genre number will be a household name within the world’s of indie and alt-pop.

V’Nessa – Trust In You

Best described as the next Rihanna, V’Nessa may only be 17 years old, but she’s certainly making waves within the industry. Following in the footsteps of debut single ‘Helpless’, V’Nessa’s new single ‘Trust In You’ tells the story about losing trust in someone you love.

Produced by EnzSounds and Leo Khay, ‘Trust In You’ comes across as emotive in places yet radiates empowerment and summer vibes throughout. A track for all the inspiring women out there, V’Nessa’s new single shines girl power.

Armed with bewitching instrumentation and contemporary hip-hop fragrances, this future is glistening for this rising star.