Gorillaz, Bully, Make Friends and more

The Feed: Gorillaz, Bully, Make Friends and more

Gorillaz, Bully, Make Friends and more

The Feed: Gorillaz, Bully, Make Friends and more

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

Although the weather may not be ideal, these spanking new tracks will make it worth staying indoors.

This week’s new music

First, revealed ahead of his upcoming EP Memory Palace, James Humphrys releases bouncy summer anthem ‘All The Same’, while Make Friends release simmering new song ‘Knowing Makes It Worse’ – which dons a driving melody that will be glued to you for days. Shamir shares new single ‘On My Own’, accompanied by a self-directed, home-filmed music video, and Arlo Parks is back with a moving cover of Radiohead’s ‘Creep’.

Next, Dublin born Fontaines D.C. release reflective track ‘I Don’t Belong’, the opening song of their forthcoming second album A Hero’s Death, while Gorillaz returns with episode four of their series of collaborative singles – this time joining forces with Octavian with the rousing track ‘Friday 13th’.

And lastly, along with the announcement of their new album SUGAREGG, Bully share explosive new track ‘Where To Start’, while Stella Talpo soothes with beautifully warming vocals in single ‘mona’.

James Humphrys – All The Same

Make Friends – Knowing Makes It Worse

Shamir – On My Own

Arlo Parks – Creep

Fontaines D.C. – I Don’t Belong

Gorillaz ft. Octavian – Friday 13th 

Bully – Where To Start

Stella Talpo – Mona