By: Tap The Feed
15 January, 2018, 12:00
In: The Feed
We’ve just purchased some new wireless headphones and they’re sounding sweet; even more so when you’re listening to the best new tracks of the past week!
Check out the latest round-up below.
Henry Green – Another Light
We featured this one earlier and it’s been on repeat ever since. Bristol singer and producer Henry Green announced his debut album Shift alongside new single ‘Another Light’ which is simply gorgeous. A prodigy in the making as Green establishes into a producer, moving away from his past guitar based sounds.
Lo Moon – Real Love
It’s been another week of album announcements and the latest from Lo Moon with their self-titled debut LP. Out 23rd February via Columbia Records, the trio shared their new single ‘Real Love’ – an emotional synth-led number that you can instant connect with.
Sylvan Esso – ‘PARAD(w/m)E’
All things good for bop duo Sylvan Esso with their current album What Now nominated for a Grammy award for Best Dance/Electronic album. The two-piece have shared single ‘PARAD(w/m)e’ which is bubbly and happy while remaining honest throughout.
Sunflower Bean – Crisis Fest
Having toured with Wolf Alice, New York trio Sunflower Bean are ready to kick off the new year with their new album Twentytwo In Blue, following 2016’s debut Human Ceremony. The band are due to head out on tour in the UK but for now have a crack at their new single ‘Crisis Fest’ from the forthcoming album.
Jay Som – Pirouette
Jay Som released one of the albums of the year with debut LP Everybody Works – filled with honest stories, shimmering melodies and more. Starting off her 2018 campaign, the San Francisco artist is sharing two unreleased tracks from the demo stages of the album as an 7″ at the end of the month. The first is ‘Pirouette’ which hosts some quality guitar work and all the fuzz and melodies you need to make a great track.
EMA – Dark Shadows
Kicking off her tour with Depeche Mode, EMA has shared another one from upcoming EP Overtakes from Exile. ‘Dark Shadows’ – originally written for film 20th Century Women – is a powerful tribute to women working in the punk wave scene with her own punk approach coming together for a strong finish.
Tune-Yards – Heart Attack
There’s no one else when it comes to matching great music with humour than Tune-Yards with new album I can feel you creep into my private life out later this week. The band have released one more track from the record ‘Heart Attack’ with an even more fun video to join it. Cracking stuff!
Happy Accidents – Text Me When You’re Home
Happy Accidents have shared a new video for single ‘Text Me When You’re Home’ from forthcoming album Everything but the Here and Now. The song couldn’t be more apparent with societal misogyny causing problems today. Another solid effort from the London three-piece.