Category: Tracks Of The Week

Tracks Of The Week, 23.02.18

Ahead of their forthcoming EP Cold Fire, the follow up to 2016’s debut, Futures, PREP have shared ‘Don’t Bring Me Down.’ Comprised of a hip-hop producer, a classical composer, a house DJ and a singer-songwriter/co-writer, PREP are an interesting combination…

Tracks Of The Week, 10.02.18

Their first offering of the year, indie upstarts Llovers recently released ‘Just Lust,’ a tender, minimalist look at societal issues and how the band feel disconnected with certain stereotypes. Speaking of the track, vocalist Jack Brooks said: “‘Just Lust’ is the…

Tracks Of The Week, 02.02.18

Following last year’s triumphant return ‘Weirdo,’ London’s Escapists are giving another taste of their forthcoming album in the shape of ‘Army of One.’ ‘Army of One’ is “a breakup song written before the breakup,” a tumultuous inner monologue in the…

Tracks Of The Week, 19.01.18

Following comeback singles ‘Carrion’ and ‘Mallory,’ Gengahr are offering the latest taste of their new album with ‘Before Sunrise.’ Celebrating “the relief and simplicity one can find lost in the night. A clarity and single mindedness that doesn’t exist in…

Tracks Of The Week, 12.01.18

Taken from their aptly titled, The First EP, set to be released to the world next week, ‘Soft & Sweet’ followed ‘Luxembourg’ as the second precursor to what promises to be an incredibly exciting debut release from Other Creatures. ‘Soft &…

Tracks Of The Year, 2017

To mark the end of a brilliant year, packed with too much fantastic new music to keep track of, I’ve trawled through all the Tracks of the Weeks of 2017 to pick out my favourite track from each month, and…

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…