Code Orange consistently churned out online shows during the pandemic on their Youtube channel after releasing their recent record Underneath. This band survived the pandemic with consistent and unwavering creative ideas. Their grassroots contingency marketing is exemplary of how innovative this rock band is. With their consistently beautiful and weird evolution, Code Orange will thrive. I guarantee one of these days. The Grammy Nominated band Code Orange will get worldwide recognition.
Snail Mail is a sleeping giant in the Indie Pop world. However, Lindsey Jordan is a Chicago-based musician set to release Valentine predictably on Valentine’s day in 2022 as the follow-up to her breakthrough 2018 record, Lush. With young artists like Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, his brother Finneas, and Willow embracing rock music, this will be leeway to newer and younger bands like Snail Mail into the mainstream.
Bruno Mars and Anderson PAAK is already a supergroup, and they’re just two members. It’s like a modern-day Michael Jackson and Prince co-collaborated and made a record. Everyone, regardless of genre preference, knows that this record will be outstanding.
Silk Sonic’s debut record is set to release tentatively in January 2022.
Coheed and Cambria were one of the 00s bands that transcended more to Graphic arts and literature besides My Chemical Romance. In 2022, they will release a new record related to the singer and composer Claudio Sanchez’s graphic novel series The Amory Wars. The follow-up to Vaxis – Act I: The Unheavenly Creatures is available in record stores in 2022.
Britney Spears had stirred the news outlets with her controversial Netflix Documentary and her following win on the Lawsuit against her family’s “Conservatorship.” Britney Spears is likely a name to make buzz next year. The Pop Princess can do anything at this point. Tour, record, and do movies as she pleases. It has been a long time coming, and to quote her, “It’s Britney, Bitch.”
November 5th, 2021, is the release of their new record called, Voyage. But the historic Norweigian Pop quartet is not likely over with it and will likely have their last tour, or maybe tour extensively in the coming years.
The Queer duo of Dylan Brady and Laura Les have revolutionized pop music since their debut record. They are set to release their follow-up to their 2019 self-titled breakthrough record, 10000gecs, in 2022.