Yne and 16 other users successfully predicted 5 years ago that BØRNS would become popular.

Yne wrote 5 years ago


no idea why Børns has more listeners

Bastien wrote 5 years ago

1 month ago ?!

Yne wrote 5 years ago

Saw some YT videos and decided to add. Good decision, apparently ;)

Radrad Co wrote 5 years ago

I swear I thought he was a she. this is fantastic!

Yne wrote 5 years ago

Close to 10k listeners!

Yne wrote 5 years ago

BØRNS - 10,000 Emerald Pools - Live from The Paste Parlour at CMJ

Yne wrote 5 years ago

Seeing Stars (acoustic)

BØRNS - Seeing Stars (Acoustic)

Blubb Blubb wrote 5 years ago

Electric Love, amaz0ng!

BORNS | "Electric Love" (Audio) | Interscope

Nathan Power wrote 5 years ago

Damn this is good.

Yne wrote 5 years ago

The EP is great!

Yne wrote 4 years ago

First of my discoveries to hit 100k!

musicthatwelike wrote 4 years ago

120k, apparently! Congrats. :)

Disco Naïveté wrote 4 years ago

woop congrats Yne!

Yne wrote 4 years ago


Jordan wrote 4 years ago

I think he's hinting at new music on his Twitter, about time too!

Yne wrote 4 years ago

Dopamine LP out soon!

kwame's picks wrote 4 years ago

Just heard his music on a Southwest Airlines commercial, it's official guys indie rock is mainstream

Senne wrote 4 years ago

Haha, cool. But hasn't indie rock been mainstream for quite some time now? Just like the term “indie” doesn't really refer to "independent" anymore.

Disco Naïveté wrote 4 years ago

these comments remind me of Lindsay Zoladz' review of Lana Del Rey's Honeymoon:

"When she first appeared on the scene with her DIY-crooner anthem “Video Games,” the indie-rock underground treated her like a threat to its very existence. Four years later, she feels like one of the last flag-bearers of all the virtues it once held dear: The primacy of the album over the single, nostalgia for the guitar-rock and American psychedelia of eras gone by, an utter disinterest in selling out to appeal to a wider audience. For better and sometimes for worse, Lana Del Rey has become our most independent-spirited pop star."


Jonathan Chin wrote 4 years ago

Yeah, "indie" is more of an ethos thing now. Even though Arcade Fire is "mainstream" at this point, I'd still call them and "indie" band.

Yne wrote 4 years ago

So much fun live!

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