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Editorial

Rise Rock n’ Shine: Little Cities + Maggie Miles

We take our coffee with a little sugar and a lot of great music.

It’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine…

Who: If Little Cities isn’t in your daily rotation yet, they will be soon. The Canadian pop rock band is launching themselves into the industry with a sound you can get down to.

What: The band’s brand new single “Can I Come Over?” will give you all the fuzzy feels.

Why: Remember discovering your first favorite band? Or that song you used to listen to while daydreaming about your crush? “Can I Come Over?” is an adorable track that will bring you right back to that feeling of lightness, happiness, and enthusiasm for what’s to come.

FFO: idobi Radio

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“Hey Guys! We just released a brand new single that we think you’ll want to hear, ‘Can I Come Over?’! We teamed up multi-award winning producer Gavin Brown and wrote a soaked-in-synth, pop-rock anthem about finally getting the guts to tell that special someone how you really feel! Check it out and let us know what you think through our social media! xoxo” – Little Cities

Who: Nashville artist Maggie Miles in on the rise—and with talent like hers, it’s not surprising. The songstress combines childhood influences like Stevie Nicks, a love for 90’s grunge, and pop sensibilities to craft a sound all her own.

What: Whenever you don’t know what to say, Maggie’s new single “WHATDOISAY” understands.

Why: A chant-along chorus and bright (but slow) beats greet you on “WHATDOISAY”. The song is about answering the hard questions in life and, appropriately, its sweet pop arrangement creates the perfect atmosphere for getting all in your feels and sorting things out.

FFO: idobi Anthm

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“‘WHATDOISAY?’ analyzes the questions that everyone wonders in certain situations. What do I say when I’m losing my faith, when I don’t know what’s going on, when I’m not sure I believe anymore? Glistening with a poppy chorus, I want the song to cause the listener to have a sense of levity amongst the darker lyrics.” – Maggie Miles

 

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