Here are some fresh tunes that should be on your radar.

Sigrid

Gifted with a mind, attitude and voice bigger than most 20-year-olds, with crystalline songwriting skills and grand lyricism, Norwegian pop sensation Sigrid continues to rise with her newest track “Plot Twist,” as it surpasses more than 15 million streams worldwide. “Plot Twist” builds on the success of Sigrid’s massive debut single “Don’t Kill My Vibe,” with over 52 million streams since its arrival earlier this year. “Plot Twist” (Disciples Remix) and acoustic versions are now available here.

Sigrid is headed to the Fillmore Philadelphia on Sept. 29, opening for Oh Wonder.

Coast Modern

It's time to whip out the marshmallows and graham crackers, because this new track from Coast Modern is the perfect campfire tune.It's called “Frost” and it's the closing track on their stellar self-titled debut album, which just dropped. What better way to close out a record full of sun-flecked poolside bangers than with a contemplative campfire jam?

With 30 million streams, fans like Kate Hudson, tours with Borns, The Wombats and Temper Trap under their belts, love from Noisey, Billboard, Nylon and several HypeM chart-topping tracks.

Company of Thieves 

Fresh off the announce of their reunion tour earlier this month, indie group Company of Thieves today release their new song, "Treasure" - the first new music from the band in six years. The news comes 10 years after their independently recorded and self-released debut record, “Ordinary Riches,” was released.

Premiering on Consequence of Sound, the track "Treasure" is a triumphant return for the three-piece, comprised of Genevieve Schatz, Marc Walloch and Chris Faller. Brooding guitars and Schatz’s smoky vocals create an atmosphere akin to being caught up in a purple haze.

Joan

Arkansas-based duo Joan dropped their new track "Love Somebody Like You" via “20XX.”

With softly spoken lyrics crooned over a bass line deeply rooted in '80s style synths and flourishes of '90s r&b, Joan's sound is gorgeously forlorn. The song is a bittersweet love letter to that special someone who seems so close, but is yet so far away. 

Tokyo

Rising Los Angeles duo Toyko is reminding folks to not forget the past to future with their tune “Golden Ones.”

The band was born thanks to a Craigslist connection. The crew is slated to release a new EP this summer.