New Gay Music «Outed On Friday!» – Week 37 – 2021

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Outed On Friday!

It’s the end of a work week and that means, new music are released – so here is this week’s «Outed On Friday!».

7 new songs are ready to challenge the 50 songs on the LGBTQ Music Chart from Monday. For the challengers for next week chart, we had over 30 submitted songs to choose between, but still only 7 available spots. You can vote on these songs from Monday – here is the voting page.

Chris Jehnert – «I Love You to Death»

Chris Jehnert is a Dark Alt-Pop Singer, putting his journal entries to music to try and connect to the world!

Matt Gresham – «Let your light out»

Mathew beau Gresham is an Australian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

Hometime – «It Beats Living Alone»

Hometime – Tony Kavanagh, Dublin, Ireland – is a versatile pop artist. From the songwriting and the vocals to the design, the promotion and the funding, the entire project is entirely self-managed. Tony remains busy on the songwriting front – both for himself and others. While his songs are rooted in his experience as a gay man, their universal emotional heart translates well for other artists.

Vaultboy & Eric Nam – «Everything Sucks»

Vaultboy makes pop and it’s often sad but he is often happy. Eric Nam is a singer-songwriter based in Seoul and Los Angeles.

Andrew Smith – «Twenties»

NYC-based singer/songwriter Andrew Smith creates nostalgic and reflective, piano-driven, contemporary pop.

James Lee –  «She Used to Be Mine»

Singing in talent competitions was a way of life as a teenager, winning trophy’s and holidays was great until my parents both said we could go back to another

Laura Dre – «Moving Spaces»

Laura Dre’s sultry and thought-provoking electronic and contemporary synth pop, breathes new life into the ever popular and evolving synth and retrowave scene, and indeed into modern electronic pop itself.

This playlist are updated every Friday with new music – so it might not reflect the artists mention above. Like it, so you don’t miss out on brand new music! Only songs that is released on YouTube and Spotify can be added to the LGBTQ Music Chart.

Written by: Ephram St. Cloud