The Feed: Our Girl, Natalie Holmes, Austel and more

The Feed: Our Girl, Natalie Holmes, Austel and more

The Feed: Our Girl, Natalie Holmes, Austel and more

The Feed: Our Girl, Natalie Holmes, Austel and more

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

Get your sunscreen and glasses out folks, we’re in for a scorcher this week, along with these awesome new tracks that are more than fitting for the summer weather.

Our Girl – In My Head

Our Girl are no doubt one of our favourites right now and their latest single ‘In My Head’ from debut album Stranger Today showcases why they’re so good. Pulsating guitar and rhythmic drumming that blend so well with Soph Nathan’s mesmerising vocals before exhilarate towards the end for a stunning finish.

Natalie Holmes – Hideout

A welcoming return for Bristol singer-songwriter Natalie Holmes as she shines with her new single ‘Hideout’. Creativity and imagination come to life with dazzling electronic arrangements and heartwarming vocals that are simply divine.

Austel – Anaesthesia

Touching on electronic arrangements, London based artist Austel has shared her third instalment ‘Anaesthesia’ which follows on from previous singles ‘Crows’ and ‘Lost at Home’. Beautifully haunting and emotionally elevating as Austel’s music continues to grow to exceptional level.

Orbury Common – Ecto’s Chasm/Utopolis

Two tracks here and a debut A-side release OC-1 from Bristol based project Orbury Common. Birthed by Emlyn Bainbridge and Josh Day-Jones, this is entirely original as electronic nods tie in with sparse indie arrangements to form music that’s beyond reality. ‘Ecto’s Chasm’ shimmers into orbit while ‘Utopolis’ brings things back to ground level, gripping you with samples and sequences that keep you on your toes.

Miya Folick – Stock Image

Thrilling electro pop from Miya Folick as she takes full command in new single ‘Stock Image’. Following the arresting ‘Deadbody’, the LA based artist’s forthcoming debut LP couldn’t be more anticipated with this piece pushing her musical boundaries further afield.