The Feed: Jamie Cruickshank, Dilly Dally, Mitski & more

The Feed: Jamie Cruickshank, Dilly Dally, Mitski & more

The Feed: Jamie Cruickshank, Dilly Dally, Mitski & more

The Feed: Jamie Cruickshank, Dilly Dally, Mitski & more

The Feed - Your weekly round-up and digest on all things new music.

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Check out this week’s roundup of the best new tunes.

Jamie Cruickshank – New Shoes

‘New Shoes’, third single from Bristol singer-songwriter Jamie Cruickshank is his most humbling to date. A song about the simple times and starting a family together with country folk guitars, sweet vocals and a VHS recording compilation that all make for one heartwarming presentation.

Dilly Dally – Sober Motel

Toronto rockers Dilly Dally have shared another song from upcoming album Heaven. Reflecting on Sobriety, ‘Sober Motel’ doesn’t hold back in power and raw emotion with storming guitars, reverb and Katie Monk’s rapturing vocals that’ll send chills down your spine.

Adrianne Lenker – Cradle

Announcing her solo album abysskiss, Big Thief’s Adrianne Lenker has shared the LP’s first teaser in the form of ‘Cradle’. Tender guitar strings accompany Lenker’s haunting storytelling and vocals, leading to something that’s equally beautiful and gripping.

Skating Polly – Camelot

A teaser of what’s to come from their headline UK/European tour next month, rock trio Skating Polly have shared a new video for standout track ‘Camelot’ from recent album The Make It All Show. All fun, raucous and straight up anarchy. Catch them in Bristol at The Thunderbolt on 13th September.

Broods – Peach

New Zealand electro pop duo Broods are back with their upbeat new single ‘Peach’. A taste of what’s to come from their third album with new label Neon Gold which is due to be announced soon, the pair cover all the emotions – high and low – along with a flourishing chorus that’ll have you singing and dancing in no time.

Mitski – Two Slow Dancers

The closing track from her forthcoming album Be The Cowboy, Mitski summarises the good and bad of distant love in a singular, shimmering masterpiece. A must listen.