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Out Today by The Orchard: Deb Never, ERRA, Gentle Bones

Out Today by The Orchard: Deb Never, ERRA, Gentle Bones

Cheers to Friday and new music from artists across the globe. Check out new releases from Alt-Pop songstress Deb Never, Singaporean singer-songwriter Gentle Bones, and a new instrumental version of ERRA’s progressive metalcore self-titled album.

Deb Never – Where Have All the Flowers Gone? (Moonlanding) 

Pacific Northwest native Deb Never presents her highly anticipated debut EP, Where Have All the Flowers Gone? (Moonlanding). The Alt-Pop songstress received praise from publications like The New York Times, Rolling Stone, and The FADER following the release of her previous singles “Someone Else”, “Sorry”, “Disassociate,” all of which appear on the EP. Said The FADER, “Playing it cool just comes effortlessly to Deb Never, even when she’s pleading.” Produced alongside Jam City (Olivia Rodrigo, Kelela, Troye Sivan), Michael Percy, and Jim-E Stack (Dominic Fike, Bon Iver, Joji, Coraline Polacheck, HAIM), Where Have All the Flowers Gone? is an urgency to reminisce about freedom and youth. 

Gentle Bones – Gentle Bones (Cross Ratio Entertainment) 

Born and raised in Singapore, Joel Tan, who goes by his stage name Gentle Bones, has made waves across the globe ever since his debut 2014 EP. Since then, the singer-songwriter has performed sold-out solo concerts and played festivals across South Korea, London, Hong Kong, Indonesia, and Malaysia. Now, the phenomenon presents his very first album Gentle Bones, out now via Cross Ratio Entertainment. In his self-titled debut album, Gentle Bones showcases a different side of himself with a newfound positivity, featuring artists like lewloh, Benjamin Kheng, Tay Kewei, Clara Benin, and more. 

ERRA – ERRA (Instrumental) (UNFD)

Birmingham, Alabama progressive metalcore band ERRA released the brand new instrumental version of their self-titled fifth album. Originally released in March, ERRA hit #52 on Australia’s ARIA chart, #4 on Billboard’s Heatseekers, and #20 Hard Rock Albums. Now, fans can enjoy the intricate instrumentation behind their iconic release with the new edition released via UNFD.

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