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Friday, March 24, 2017

Mama Say by Betty Who

Dear Poptastic Readers,

Last week, we featured Betty Who's return with "Some Kinda Wonderful" as the first single from her new album The Valley. Well, the album is out and the video for the second single "Mama Say" debuted this week, too.



"Mama Say" has quite the Britney Spears references in the lyrics. And a super-cute video with a fun dance routine. Have a look ...



That was a really cute video. The Independent has published an article where Betty talks about each track on her new album. Click there to read it!




"Mama Say" and her album The Valley are available on digital outlets everywhere. Don't delay! Buy your copy today!


Cheers then,

—Davearama

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Thursday, March 23, 2017

Been Here Before by Phantoms

Dear Poptastic Readers,

Last month, we discovered the amazing song "Pulling Me In" by Phantoms. While we have thoroughly enjoyed listening to it on our 2017 playlist, Phantoms have gone and dropped a new single called "Been Here Before."




"Been Here Before" is a darker slice of electropop. It starts off a little jarring, but once the song gets going, it sounds like something you might hear in a very dark club. Just have a listen ...



We like it. The song does clock in at over 5 minutes so we wish there was a radio edit handy. 


"Been Here Before" is available on digital outlets everywhere. Buy your copy today!


Cheers then,

—Davearama

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Anymore by Goldfrapp

Dear Poptastic Readers,

English electro duo Goldfrapp have a new song out called "Anymore" that is quite the grower the more we listen to it. While we aren't always that familiar with their work, we loved their 2005 hits "Ooh La La" and "Number 1."




When we first heard "Anymore" we weren't sure what to think of it as we were watching the video with a bunch white women walking around the dessert while artistically striking poses and dancing about. We just kept hoping those women were wearing sunscreen so they didn't get sunburned. Have a look ...




The video aside, "Anymore" is a song that the more we listen to it, the more we want to hear it again. Lucky for us because "Anymore" is available on digital outlets everywhere on their forthcoming album Silver Eye. Buy your copy today!


Cheers then,

—Davearama

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Good Good by Vanessa White

Dear Poptastic Readers,

Last week, we highlighted the new song from The Saturdays singer Una Healy. That reminded us to see what the other Saturdays singers were up to, and it looks like Vanessa White has been making solo music all along. Her latest song is called "Good Good" and we agree that is indeed good good.




"Good Good" is an RnB track with very sensual lyrics. Vanessa has some soaring vocals. It's nice to hear her voice again. Have a listen ...




Vanessa has even recorded a video for the stripped-back version, which really showcases her beautiful voice.


Both versions of "Good Good" are available on digital outlets everywhere. Buy your copy today!


Cheers then,

—Davearama

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Stellular by Rose Elinor Dougall

Dear Poptastic Readers,

Sometimes we are late to the party, and that is just the way it goes. Back in October, Rose Elinor Dougall released a single called "Stellular." We missed it, however, we didn't miss Rose's glorious song "One Way Glass" with Innerspace Orchestra last year.



"Stellular" was the first single from Rose's new album also called Stellular. Wanna hear the song? Just check out the video ...


Wasn't that nice? Yes, it was. 

Now, perhaps you are thinking 'Who is Rose Elinor Dougall?' or 'Why does she seem so familiar?' Well, Rose used to be in The Pipettes before Ani joined. Rose left The Pipettes in 2008. We lost track of her for awhile, but we are happy to hear here solo music.

"Stellular" is available on digital outlets everywhere. Buy your copy today!

Cheers then,
—Davearama

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Love You To The Sky by Erasure

Dear Poptastic Readers,

Erasure are back with a new album in May called World Be Gone and the first single is called "Love You To The Sky."




You may remember that we thought Erasure knocked it out of the park with their 2014 single "Elevation." This is nice follow-up The Violet Flame album. As of right now, there is a lyric video. Watch here ...



Wasn't that nice? Yes, it was.




World Be Gone is available on digital outlets everywhere for pre-order. "Love You To The Sky" is available now. Buy your copy today!

Cheers then,

—Davearama

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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Fun by Blondie

Dear Poptastic Readers,

Legendary group Blondie have new album out next month called Pollinator, and the first single is called "Fun."



"Fun" is a bit of a fun song, and the video is quite nice, too. Lead-singer Deborah Harry looks fantastic as always. Have a look ...



"Fun" is available on digital outlets everywhere. Buy your copy today.

Cheers then,
—Davearama

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