New Music AND New Artists!

We all know that feeling…you don’t want to get out of bed, can’t seem to keep your eyes open, feel like you’re sleepwalking…it’s Wednesday. No longer the beginning of the week, but you can’t quite start looking forward to the weekend. It’s the classic hump day. Have you been dragging your feet all morning? Tried some coffee and it’s just not kicking in? Well maybe what you need to get through this hump day is some new music to keep your toes tapping and your mind active! Lucky for you we’ve just signed several new endorsers AND had several endorsers recently release new albums!

Looking for a totally new sound you’ve never heard? Check out our new endorsers:

If you feeling like sticking to something you already know, but looking for some new tunes…check out the following new albums by Shure artists!

Cults Static Cover

Cults is back with their second studio album “Static.” This New York band consisting of only two members Madeline Folin and Brian Oblivion start in 2010 and made waves with their debut album “Cults” and hit single “Go Outside.” Check out their first single “High Road.”

Grouplove album artGrouplove is also back with their second studio album “Spreading Rumors.” Surely you can remember some of this indie-pop group’s hits such as “Tongue Tied” and “Colours”…well they weren’t done there! They’re back and catchier than ever with tracks such as “Shark Attack” and “Ways to Go.” Be sure to check out their new album!

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. - The Speed of Things Cover

“The Speed of Things” is Shure artist Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.’s newest album. This indie-pop band out of Detroit started by coming from different music projects to form the band and began recording in frontman Daniel Zott’s basement. If you’re a fan of upbeat and fun music, look no further! Check out their song “If You Didn’t See Me (Then You Weren’t On the Dancefloor)” here.

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Brooke Giddens

Brooke Giddens

Brooke Giddens is an Artist Marketing Specialist at Shure with a background in breakfast, the frisbee, and becoming emotionally involved with TV shows.

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