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when teenage girls grew up, and grew up fast, they ended up everywhere. clubs, stages, television. one place for teenage girls to hang out was the mall. as a teenager, jessica dube, the songwriter for her band, the dudes moved to new jersey. but to hone her talent, she began singing in front of friends and family in a local mall. she would play songs from her favorite albums, and open her up to trying new sounds. after trying out some of her new material, friends and family helped her reach out to the underdogs , a local band in the area, and began contributing to the band by helping to secure gigs. dube, who is now 20, credits the mall gatherings, along with the chance to grow as a musician through her performance, with helping her write songs that touch on themes of heartbreak and being rejected. maybe that's why she named the band the dudes . now, dube and her band have made the move from the mall to the stage, playing at festivals and opening up for artists including jesse camp and joey bada$$.
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the best album by an indie band in 2018 was also one of the most personal for x ambassadors, a four-piece from los angeles that ascended to the heart of the pop world in 2017 with their hit single, hard problem. titled personal journals in the digital era, the new album is filled with the experiences of chris christian and his band mates, which have spun into an elegy of astonishing emotional depth. the album features the airy pop of the opening singles, hands, a song whose heartbroken melody rises with a bright optimism, and the greatest show, a sing-along anthem that christian describes as more and more accurately describing his view of the world.