Zach’s Picks of the Week – May 23, 2022 to May 28, 2022

Zach’s Picks Of The Week, hosted by Zach Cooper offers up five tracks for you to check out, every Monday!

Zach’s Picks Of The Week is back with five excellent articles and artists featured here on our website this week. You are always more than welcome to check out the rest of our content at Canadian Beats Media, because we always have new music posted every day. The fantastic authors of our website work tirelessly every week to get the best stuff out to you, the loving public! But like I said, we will be checking out my favourites of the week within the video we have featured below. You will be able to find the link to each of these amazing articles just down below in this article.

Get ready to rumble because we are going into the music right now!

Number Five

Beginning the list of recommended articles this week is Toronto-based pop-funk group Numb Tongues, who’ve unveiled the ultimate mix of energy and grooves in their latest single, “Dance.” It’s available to stream on all of your favourite platforms.

“Dance” arrives ahead of their upcoming project, Low Hanging Fruit, which you can expect to be coming out, hopefully, this year. The new single came about during isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The band was unsure what the future would have in store, so they began writing new beats. They eventually asked Montreal singer-songwriter, Alexandria Willett, to join them on this single; check it out online.

You can find this upbeat “Dance” track, here.

Number Four

Coming up next on this list will be 16-year-old Canadian R&B powerhouse and actor Simone Miller. Simone has just unveiled her latest single and the video entitled “Older.” Find it on all streaming sites today and add it to your playlist.

“Older” reveals a passionately vulnerable reflection of what it’s like to be an adolescent growing up in the high school days. Perhaps acting as Miller’s plead to her younger self for forgiveness for what she did when she was that young. The video shows her going through different stages of her childhood, In the experiences and the heartbreak that followed.

To check out the full video on Canadian Beats, click here.

Number Three

My third recommendation of the week is going to Toronto-based country pop artist Jason Maxwell. He’s back to deliver his latest single, “For Now,” available on all the major streaming sites. Be sure to add it to your current playlist.

Maxwell recorded this new track in Nashville‘s legendary Blackbird Studios, bringing this country pop anthem that waves vulnerable lyricism into its emotionally heartfelt soundscape. It was written as a straight from the heart letter to his ex-girlfriend, showing his authenticity on this track while he unravels his past relationship. Be sure to go over to the website and learn more about this incredible new single that Jason Maxwell released.

The link to this article and the latest video is here for you to enjoy.

Number Two

Taking second in this week’s recommended articles, picked by me. We will be meeting up with alt-rock band Season Of The Senses, who’s created this alternative fist-pumping anthem that they believe you’ll be replaying on repeat. The new single is titled “Ever,” and you can find it on all streaming platforms.

“Ever” was the creation of an experience that member Damien Weston found himself in attending rehab after struggling with crippling anxiety and depression led him to a life of recreational drug addiction. The new single Is the lighter notes of his recovery and his desire to make a better life for himself.

If you’d like to learn more and be sure to visit the article, here.

Number One

My final choice of the week is going out to an exceptional country artist, all the way on the east coast. It’s Multi-award-winning New Brunswick-based artist Laurie LeBlanc. He’s unveiled his latest single, “Lucky In Love (LIL),” to all streaming platforms, so add it to your playlist today.

“Lucky In Love (LIL)” recounts a tale about finding that special someone and counting blessings when they seemingly stroll into our lives and hearts. He recorded the track at Miramichi, New Brunswick’s Barrytone Studios, with multi-award-winner Jason Barry. “Lucky In Love (LIL)” brings a stellar production well underlining the tight songwriting and guitar playing that hits the listener’s heart with an upbeat swing and catchy hook.

Check out my new favourite country song of the week here and don’t forget to follow Laurie LeBlanc on all social platforms!

Those will be all of my recommendations from our fantastic website, Canadian Beats Media. You’re more than welcome to go and pick your own list of songs of the week because our amazing authors have all of the best in Canadian music on our website. That’s all the time I have this week, so I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. See you next Music Monday on Zach’s Picks Of The Week, right here on Canadian Beats. I hope you all have a fantastic week wherever you are. As always, PEACE, LOVE, AND GOOD MUSIC, EVERYONE!!

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