The Feed: October Drift, Phoxjaw, CHVRCHES and more

The Feed: October Drift, Phoxjaw, CHVRCHES and more

The Feed: October Drift, Phoxjaw, CHVRCHES and more

The Feed: October Drift, Phoxjaw, CHVRCHES and more

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

We hope you’re enjoying these round-ups and discovering some great music. Here’s another set of new tunes to feast into this week.

October Drift – All Broken Down

The big sounds of October Drift are back as they kick off their support tour with Editors. ‘All Broken Down’ is both striking and emotional, driven by metallic riffs, controlled drumming and soaring words that hit right at home.

Phoxjaw – Triceratops

Heavy rockers Phoxjaw are releasing their debut EP Goodbye Dinosaur later this month and have shared a new one from the record, ‘Triceratops’. An absolute stormer with killer riffs, drumming and vocals that grip you throughout. The band’s launch show at Rough Trade looks to be a cracker as well with Sœur, Raptors and Profiler all joining the bill.

CHVRCHES – My Enemy (ft Matt Berninger)

CHVRCHES’s Lauren Mayberry and The National’s Matt Berninger? You bet, and it sounds incredibly good. More slower than previous track ‘Get Out’ but just as powerful; both Lauren and Matt’s vocals intertwine as the pulsating beat elevates this synth pop number into a gorgeous music affair.

Esther Joy – Day 1 (Silipur Leaves Home)

Pushing the boundaries of electronic music, Esther Joy returns with even more intensity with the equally thrilling and head-pounding ‘Day 1 (Silipur Leaves Home)’. Hooked? Then don’t miss out on the forthcoming EP The Acid Caves Vol 1 out next month.

Skating Polly – Queen For A Day

Pop rocking fun from Skating Polly with their catchy new track ‘Queen For A Day’ from forthcoming album The Make It All Show. Along with the even more fun video, this will leave you with a smile on your face.

Junodream – Galatico/Otherside

A double dose of melodic guitar pop from Bristol newcomers Junodream. From shimmering rhythmes in ‘Galatica’ to the Radiohead-esque number ‘Other Side’ with hazy vocals that’ll sweep you off your feet and send you into dreamland. Top effort.