Category: Tracks Of The Week

Tracks Of The Week, 08.12.17

Following their return with ‘Lemon To A Knife Fight,’ The Wombats have shared their latest release ‘Turn.’ Despite driving for a more organic, less synth driven album, ‘Turn’ is an electronic divergence – but a welcome one, which frontman Murph…

Tracks Of The Week, 01.12.17

The first taste of their incredibly highly anticipated upcoming EP No Hot Ashes have shared their latest single ‘Eight Till Late.’ Seeing frontman Isaac Taylor open up about personal struggles with mental health, he says of the track “I wanted…

Tracks Of The Week, 24.11.17

Having already made a name for themselves with their live shows, YONAKA’s ‘Bubblegum,’ and its accompanying video encapsulate the exciting chaos that surrounds them. Unrelenting, breathy and completely riotous, ‘Bubblegum’ is by no means as sickly sweet as the name…

Tracks Of The Week, 10.11.17

Having supported The Libertines in Warrington, and now heading out on tour with label mates Purest, Bright Young People are preparing us for their life shows with the rip-roaring ‘So Confess.’ Brimming with energy, mixing Cobain-esque grunge with the swagger…

Tracks Of The Week, 04.11.17

Taken from her forthcoming debut album, Swedish singer Natali Felicia has shared her new single ‘Say It.’ “A song about people uniting to be stronger together,”  ‘Say It’ is an act of solidarity with all those fighting repression – an…

Tracks Of The Week, 29.10.17

Following a summer that saw them play to crowds up and down the country, tearing up festivals and playing as far afield as Germany and the Netherlands, Cassia have released their new single ‘Out Of Her Mind.’ Seeing them build…

Tracks Of The Week, 20.10.17

Introducing us to his own brand of dreamy guitar pop, Hoult has shared his debut single ‘Pharmacy.’ Building from wistful intimacy to a powerful folk-tinged indie-pop track, ‘Pharmacy “summarises the feeling of frustration when you cannot help someone you care…

Tracks Of The Week, 07.10.17

“The song explains an internal argument within my own brain as a result of the difficulties that come with balancing the good times and trying to make a difference,” said The Assist frontman Mikey Stanton on their latest release ‘Give…

Tracks Of The Week: 29.09.17

Reflecting on the dislocation and identity drift of diaspora across the globe, on moving to London for employment, wanting to move home but no longer feeling welcome there anymore, Bokito’s latest track ‘Aloof’ certainly isn’t lacking in emotion. As frontman…

Tracks Of The Week, 16.09.17

Taken from their upcoming debut EP, Little Grim’s latest single ‘Infectious’ is an emotive introduction to the band. Inspired by the emotional confusion caused by abusive relationships, ‘Infectious’ sees the vocals take centre stage to create something truly gripping and…