By: Tap The Feed
28 September, 2017, 19:00
This may very well be our best round-up yet but we’ll leave it for you guys to decide. Some lush new tunes this week so check’em below.
Gengahr – Carrion
New music has been on the horizon for four-piece Gengahr and the band have delivered a sweet comeback in new song ‘Carrion’. A definite change from their fantastic debut album A Dream Outside – becoming more heavier, darker and more broad. Certainly an exciting appetiser of what’s to come.
Fenne Lily – Three Oh Nine
Impressing peers left, right and centre, rising star Fenne Lily continues to win everyone’s hearts. Her new single ‘Three Oh Nine’ is simply gorgeous and her first release accompanied with a full band. A completed sound with such depth, further touched by Fenne’s emotive vocals for a striking finish. Fenne Lily headlines The Lantern on 5th October with Siv Jakobsen, Sivu, and Paul Thomas Sanders – don’t miss out!
Wild Beasts – Punk Drunk and Trembling
If case you missed the news earlier the week, Wild Beasts are calling it a day after five fantastic studio albums. The band will be doing some farewell shows next February and have announced their final EP Punk Drunk and Trembling (out 20th October). Be sure to catch them in Bristol one last time at Simple Things Festival, and in the meantime listen to the vibrant title track below.
Tusks – Last
Don’t mess around with Tusks or she’ll bite you back. Emily Underhill’s latest cut ‘Last’ doesn’t hold back with biting words, heavy riffs and synths for a fiery finish. Catch her album ‘Dissolve’ on 12th October.
Weaves – Scream (ft Tanya Tagaq)
So Toronto rock outfit Weaves are making their debut in Bristol soon (yeah!) and have also dropped a killer new track featuring Tanya Tagaq. Certainly out of the ordinary from their usual guitar riffs, ‘Scream’ comes at full force, screaming all kinds of noise and more.
Feelgood Experiment – Blue Joy
If you’re into jazz then this piece may just satisfy your musical soul. Bristol jazz-blues group Feelgood Experiment have shared new song ‘Blue Joy’ from their debut EP and it’s simply divine. Starting small before blossoming into a goddess; beautiful saxophone and smooth bass strings intertwine before the female lead vocals melt your heart away in spectacular fashion. A must listen.
Harvey Causon – Frisson
We caught Harvey Causon’s live at The Crofter’s Rights last week and he blew everyone away with his intricate and beautiful collection of tunes. The Bristol artist releases his new single ‘Frisson’ on 29th September via Leisure Records and if there’s one track we recommend for the week and weekend for that matter, this is it. The song is premiering now over at DIY which you can find here.