Infinity Song share their “songs to live by” in exclusive playlist for The Cover

NME’s latest stars of The Cover, Infinity Song, have shared a playlist exclusively to accompany the story’s launch – check it out below.

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The sibling band are on this week’s (July 8) edition of The Cover, a renewal of NME’s commitment to supporting emerging talent across the globe on a weekly basis. Every week, a rising artist will feature on The Cover – you can read the profile of Infinity Song here, written by Hollie Geraghty and featuring photography by Tamiym.

Accompanying the story is an exclusive playlist Infinity Song have compiled, ‘20 Songs To Live By’, featuring Joni Mitchell, Solange, Bill Withers, Tracy Chapman, Fleetwood Mac and more. Listen to the full playlist on Spotify below and on Apple Music.

After years of singing with their family and busking in their native Detroit and adopted home of New York, Infinity Song made a breakthrough when they secured a meeting with Jay-Z (via The Book Of Clarence director Jeymes Samuel) and scored a Roc Nation record deal. “We were a lot younger and rugged and very hungry, and very practised,” Infinity Song’s Angel Boyd recalls, “and then this came along, it was opportunity meets preparation, which is the definition of luck.”

In 2023, the band released the ‘Metamorphosis’ EP, which featured their two viral original tracks ‘Hater’s Anthem’ and ‘Slow Burn’. Last month they expanded on the project with the album ‘Metamorphosis Complete’. “The new music that we have coming out is really even better than before,” Momo Boyd tells NME. “The more that we just focus on the music, and focus on the art, and focus on getting it to the people in the ways that we know how, we’re just gonna keep going up and up.”

Find out more about Infinity Song in the full Cover story here and see who else has been on The Cover here.

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