By: Tap The Feed
24 July, 2017, 19:30
Like us, if you’re still drying off from the torrential downpour of rain over the weekend then hopefully these awesome new tunes will warm you up in no time!
Sløtface – Pitted
Norwegian rockers Sløtface are smashing it right now with latest song ‘Pitted’ being no different; charging at you with scuzzy guitar riffs and fiery vocals to match it. A track about going out when you don’t feel like it and coming back with good stories. The song also features trumpets for the first time, tooting all kinds of fun. Brilliant!
Magana – Inches Apart
Singer-songwriters that continue to stun listeners with their precision and honesty. Brooklyn based artist Magana accomplishes this with ease in her new track ‘Inches Apart’ – a hauntingly beautiful melody that touches on heartbreak, sadness and regret. Flawless from start to finish.
Tigercub – The Divided States Of Us
Tigercub have announced details of their pay-what-you-like vinyl release Evolve Or Die out on 29th September via Alcopop! Records. First single ‘The Divided States Of Us’ is one of metaphorical and political confrontation, holding nothing back as the band continue to evolve their sound.
French For Rabbits – It Will Be Ok
New Zealand indie pop five-piece French For Rabbits are heading to the UK this October and have shared their striking new single ‘It Will Be Ok’ from the album The Weight Of Melted Snow. They stop by Bristol’s Hy-Brasil Music Club on 13th and we’ve got to say that after listening to this gorgous song, you’d be silly not to go!
Oro Swimming Hour – Squint
We just can’t get enough of lo-fi pop duo Oro Swimming Hour. With their album Penrose Winoa imminent, the band have shared another cut from the record with ‘Squint’. Raw, melodic, woozy and heart-warming. Music that’s perfect for the summer season.
The Cribs – Rainbow Ridge
The spotlight is certainly on The Cribs as they’ve finally announced their new album 24-7 Rockstar Shit and have shared the LP’s first track ‘Rainbow Ridge’ – which couldn’t be more rock ‘n’ roll with it’s heavy riffs and punchy vocals that hit you right in the face, and at the same time making a reference to Wakefield.