Celebrate Easter with Ronnie Flex, Causes, Marian Hill, Kodaline, Agua Roja, and a brand new remix for CHVRCHES by Roosevelt

Celebrate your Easter weekend with new tunes by Ronnie Flex, Causes, Marian Hill, Kodaline, Agua Roja, and a brand new remix for CHVRCHES by Roosevelt. Make sure you follow our Tracks Of The Week playlist on Spotify to stay updated with new music.


Let it Rain - Causes
In 2016, the indie-pop band successfully brought out their first album, with hits like Teach Me How To Dance With You and All For Us. Now the band is back with the first single from their forthcoming second album. The accompanying music video tells the story of how the band got together and even came to the brink of breaking up not long before they scored their first hit song.

Non Stop - Ronnie Flex
Last week Ronnie Flex dropped his new album, Nori. This album has a more trappy vibe to it, with tracks like Non Stop and 4/5. “Lately, I got very inspired by American rappers, and so, I began to make more trap songs”, he says in an interview. There’s is little doubt that his new album will be equally as successful as Rémi (2017).

Follow Your Fire - Kodaline
Kodaline have shared their surging, powerhouse song ‘Follow Your Fire’. The song is the most recent single from their upcoming and third album. The band took a different direction than we're used to and was produced by Steve Mac and Johny McDaid (Snow Patrol). A potential summer hit!

Get Out (Roosevelt Remix) - CHVRCHES
CHVRCHES released Get Out earlier this year. Now Roosevelt (best known for his hit single Fever) made a more uptempo remix to the already danceable track. With the added arpeggio Roosevelt create an uplifting Stranger Things-style floor filter.

Be Alone - Agua Roja
Aqua Roja, one of the best newcomers out of France, has unveiled their latest track ‘Be Alone’. It’s a power-house pop song that belts out its monstrous rhythm with punchy percussion and soaring vocals.

Differently - Marian Hill
The music of Marian Hill can be described with one word: sultry. 'Differently' is even more sultry. The track builds up subtly and minimalistic, to explode in the chorus in a very Marian way. Sensuality at the top with sexy singing and beats!