Loud Sounds 72
We are coming back with "Loud Sounds" to show you some of the best new tracks we've found.
Maud – Wherever I Go

Maud writes extremely emotional pop songs inspired by 90s pop and UK garage. Wherever I Go is a dark and haunting example of her style. The song's lyrical hero is going through the aftermath of a breakup, and the memories of her past lover follow her around like a ghost. The song's cold and unwelcoming synths perfectly convey this feeling.

'Wherever I Go' is a song about feeling stuck after a breakup. You're trying your best to move on, but wherever you go the other person is still around. It's claustrophobic, messy and overwhelming. The song takes me straight back to a period in my life where my heart was really broken, but it also reminds me of how much I have grown since I wrote this song. That's why it also stands out as an empowering song to me."
Loose Buttons – I Saw John Hamm at the Beach

It is probably no surprise that this standout track from prolific songwriter Subway Rat sounds... well, nostalgic. The atmospheric production combines a certain relaxed approach with lively guitars reminiscent Albert Hammond Jr's work. The vocals are raw and they convey the track's naive and romantic atmosphere in a perfect way.

Eric Nizgretsky
It was one of those idyllic beach days — the sky blue, the air just right. And then, out of the corner of my eye, the man himself Jon Hamm. There he was, a perfect 'symbol of the ideal man' who, in reality, was just simply another beachgoer, casually playing kadima and sharing the day with his loved ones. As a huge fan of his work, seeing him out there, just being a regular dude, felt wonderfully refreshing. The whole experience debunked the 'leading man' facade I've often attributed to him. So, if you ever get the chance, I highly recommend seeing Jon Hamm at the beach— it's a life changing experience.
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