Dead or alive, does it even matter? #NMF

26/04/2019

Looks like many artists are getting festival summer proof and are eager to share their latest work with the world. There’s a truckload of new songs in your Tunify player waiting to be heard.

All participating songs of the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest are now online for you to like and/or dislike. So, three weeks ahead of the actual festival week you will be able to get to know the Serbian and Albanian entries and sing along. Or do you want to impress your neighbours with your knowledge of the Hungarian or Icelandic language? Get the party started in Theme Café’s ‘Eurovision’. French representative Bilal Hassani releases a debut album today et ce n’est pas par hasard. The genderfluïd Bilal has been an internet sensation in France and soon all over Europe.

Living legend Alan Parsons, known for producing Pink Floyds “Dark Side Of The Moon” among others and his very out-of-the-box-thinking-named band ‘The Alan Parsons Project’, drops a collection of new songs in your Tunify player.

Less living legend J.J. Cale does the same thing. Nowadays that’s a very normal thing to do, just ask the remaining members of The Cranberries. They release a new album, including the voice of the late and beloved Dolores O’Riordan. SPOILER ALERT! It was recorded before her tragic death.

More or less living legend Peter Doherty and his friends from The Puta Madres, have made an elegant effort to please your ears this weekend.

The very much alive, almost hyperactive P!nk brings you well-crafted songs with an almost deadly hit potential. Other remarkable and potential charts worthy new songs from the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Billie Marten, Catfish And The Bottlemen, Lamb, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Nils Lofgren, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Shy’m, Rowwen Hèze, Rob Thomas, Local Natives, Typh Barrow and Claude Fontaine.

So, this weekend, prick up your ears when you hear the word ‘TUNIFY’!



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