The Feed: Spring King, Why We Love, Austel and more

The Feed: Spring King, Why We Love, Austel and more

The Feed: Spring King, Why We Love, Austel and more

The Feed: Spring King, Why We Love, Austel and more

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

‘Lush’ is the word to describe the long bank holiday weekend we’ve just had in the sun, and to these awesome new tracks this week. Hit play and enjoy!

Spring King – Animal

Spring King are back and boy they’ve returned with a banger. Following their emphatic debut album Tell Me If You Like To, the band launch into the season with an even more electrifying sound; packed full of riffs, drums and synths. ‘Animal’ is a belter and one that’ll certainly spark a mosh pit or two.

Why We Love – Sweetness

Where there’s sunshine there’s Why We Love and the Bristol four-piece have dropped another gem in the form of ‘Sweetness’. Glittering guitar strings, scattering drums and the swooning vocals of singer Joesph Wellfair to keep you company. Simply wonderful.

Austel – Lost At Home

Following her debut single ‘Crows’ last month, London based artist Annie-Rew Shaw aka Austel has shared her second single ‘Lost At Home’ to much delight. Ethereal soundscapes alongside Shaw’s emotive songwriting form an incredibly balanced and haunting kind of electronic pop that is simply out of this world.

Florence + The Machine – Hunger

Another comeback and fair to say one of the most anticipated. ‘Hunger’ has arrived at the perfect time and putting Florence back on top in her most honest and organic piece to date. A powerful chorus, striking piano, strings and soaring vocals that simply dominate.

Baywaves – I’m Tryna

With the gorgeous sunshine we’ve been having, this new one from Madrid’s Baywaves is simply magic. Single ‘I’m Tryna’ simply melts into your ears with its dreamy guitars and psych-pop aesthetics. Let’s just hope the sunshine remains for the duration.

ZELAH – Closer

Bristol/London trio ZELAH are really coming together with their sound and latest single ‘Closer’ showcases their music to greater levels. Flattering percussion which builds and builds before Zelah Van-Gowler’s command vocals and songwriting take hold in this brilliantly moving alt-pop piece.