It’s no secret that we at The Honey POP love Magnolia Park. Anyone who’s familiar with the current pop-punk scene knows that they’re one of the hottest bands right now. But did you know that the lead singer, Joshua Roberts, also has solo music? If you didn’t, now you do! It’s also released via Epitaph Records. Mag Park is known for incorporating elements of different genres (like their latest single, ‘Do Or Die’), so it’s no surprise that he would want to branch out further with his solo music. It’s refreshing to see artists not be confined to a single genre and instead just focus on making the music they love.
“‘Angel’ has a fun Michael Jackson/The Weeknd vibe that the world has been missing. I put on my dancing shoes and my falsettos soar for everyone to hear.”
And that he did! We’re obsessed with this R&B/pop song. He has the range! Both from an overall musical talent perspective and his vocal range. We’re in love with his falsettos. It’s definitely a song you can dance to, and you can bet we’ll be dancing to it while it’s on repeat. And the music video aesthetic? It matches the vibes perfectly.
You can check out the video below!
Want more song recs? We got you! We recommend listening to all of his songs, tbh. But here are a few of our absolute favorites to get you started.
This song has major dance-pop vibes. It’s catchy, and between the beats and synths, you can’t not dance to this song. But we still have the pop-punk urge to finger-point. You can check it out below.
‘Stay, Stay, Stay!’
This song is definitely soundtrack worthy. The lyrics, “We can be galaxies, we can be anything,” just screams “pivotal movie moment.” In the meantime, add it to your late-night drive playlist to pretend you’re the main character of a movie. Listen to the song here and experience it for yourself:
We can’t wait to hear what he releases next. What do you think of his latest single? Let us know by tweeting us @TheHoneyPOP! You can also share all your thoughts with us in the comments below or by hitting us up on Facebook and Instagram! We could talk about Joshua Roberts all day!