If you’re a fan of Mumford & Sons, Muse, James Blake, or VÉRITÉ, check out Ferrvor’s recommendations on some new artists you’ll also enjoy.

With more and more music created and released every day, it’s nearly an impossible task to keep up with it all. To save you some time, here’s some new music you probably haven’t heard yet.

If you enjoy Mumford & Sons, listen to “There’s Something Dark,” by Dustin Kensrue.

Dustin is the guitarist/vocalist of late 90s/early 2000’s rock band Thrice. He’s He’s now working on his on solo career, with his new album Carry the Fire. He brings out some of his folk roots, while still showing off his rock side that fans grew to love back in his Thrice days.

If you enjoy James Blake, lfdisten to “The Love You’re Given,” by Jack Garratt.

Fresh off of his release of his Synesthesiac EP, Jack is preparing to open up for Mumford & Sons this fall. Chilling vocals, echoing through each track, combined with eccentric production, Jack is one artist who’s set to blow up.

If you enjoy VÉRITÉ, listen to “Running With The Wolves,” by AURORA.

One of the newest signees to Glassnote Records, the 17 year old from Norway released her newest single, “Running With the Wolves.” With her debut album set to release on May 4, enjoy this early listen to her title track.

If you are a MUSE fan, listen to “Change is Everything” by Son Lux.

Another Glassnote Records member, Son Lux has been creating masterpieces from the beginning. Each song is constructed like a story, as the song continues to build and progress, reaching its climax and resolution. “Change is Everything” is a fun song. He’s quite the talent and has also created the soundtrack to a couple of movies you may know like Looper and The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby.

If you enjoy M.I.A., listen to “Run,” by Alison Wonderland.

Just like “Paper Planes,” by M.I.A., “Run,” plays around with a catchy, reggae vibe on the hook. Alison Wonderland is ready to take the Electronic Dance world and festivals by storm, and recently graced the Sahara Stage at Coachella . Her debut album “Run,” is out now, featuring singles “I Want U” and “U Don’t Know.”

Supplemental Images via Alison Wonderland