Reno is the new album by New Zealand artist, the Future Sound of the Future.
The new album will be released on January 31st and will be available digitally on all major music platforms.
The tracklisting on the band’s official website says “I have always been inspired by my parents’ generation, the pioneers who pushed the music industry forward.
I have always felt that music is the future of the world, the next big thing, the future that everyone should have access to, and the future you can be proud of”.
Reno will be the band lead singer for the new year.
Wapt is a band from Sweden that released their debut album in October 2015 and have now released a new one called No One Knows You Are Here.
Matzav is a Swedish indie-pop group that released a self-titled album in January 2017.
The band are also the lead singers for the upcoming record, The Dreamers.
Next Big, an upcoming EP by the band, will be out on February 16th.
Why did you do that? “
They are always asking me ‘Why do you do this?
Why did you do that?
I think that’s a testament to what we’ve achieved in the last five years.” “
I think we have been very lucky to have this platform.
I think that’s a testament to what we’ve achieved in the last five years.”
The band have been a part of the scene for years and are often considered to be one of the most important acts in the genre.
They were nominated for several Grammys in 2017 and are a constant presence on the UK charts, making it clear that the genre is growing in popularity.
Wasp’s new album is titled Reno and Wapt are the new albums of the band.
They are joined by Matzaw from Sweden.
Matts debut album is called The Dreamer.
It was released in March of 2018 and was nominated for five Grammys including Best Alternative Album at the 2018 Grammys.
Waps album is the title track on Wapt’s self-produced album No One Knew You Were Here.
It is a collaborative effort between Wasp and Stapley.
Next B will be a collaborative project between Wapt, Matzap, Matts brother, and Wasp member, Chris.
It has been described as a “brilliantly stripped-down, atmospheric, ambient, post-rock record”.