Who: If you haven’t already, it’s time to take note of Four Stars. After forming in pursuit of winning Battle Of The Bands, the Chicago act has gone above and beyond their original goal.
What: “Small Hands, Small Spaces” is a song about anxiety with a video to match, giving us a unique visual on how it effects day to day life.
Why: If you’ve ever fought your own battle with anxiety, you’ll never feel more understood than when listening to “Small Hands, Small Spaces”. Coupled with a modern pop punk sound to keep you hooked, this won’t be your only favorite track by Four Stars.
“‘Small Hands, Small Spaces’ is a song about feeling a certain way, not knowing why you feel that way, and knowing that it’s okay to feel what you do… The lyrics to this song is the release to all the social anxiety I experience in my day to day. I often used to feel terrible about having to cancel plans with friends/family because my anxiety got the best of me, despite knowing I just needed time to get in the right headspace.” – Aida Ahmed, vocalist for Four Stars
Who: Nashville act Eric Champlin teamed up with Kiera Loveless for a sweeping pop track you’ll never be able to get enough of.
What: “Stay” is a song about endlessly looking for love and we’ll be endlessly looking for the repeat button to play it again.
Why: When you turn on “Stay”, the world gets a little brighter and everything seems possible. The song is begging to wrap you up in a movie or a video game or a really good daydream. When the first notes begin to wash over you, dive in to take full advantage of the immersive sound.