The Feed: CHVRCHES, Kate Stapley, Lazy Day and more

The Feed: CHVRCHES, Kate Stapley, Lazy Day and more

The Feed: CHVRCHES, Kate Stapley, Lazy Day and more

The Feed: CHVRCHES, Kate Stapley, Lazy Day and more

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

February is looking very busy on the music front with shows and release all at the ready; so check out our eclectic round-up of new tracks of the past week.


CHVRCHES are back! The electro pop trio have shared new music following 2015’s sophomore album Every Open Eye. Sounding much bigger and more infectious while retaining their magical pop spark; this one is no doubt a chart-topping hit.

Kate Stapley – These Planets

“This is a song for all the amazingly strong women in my life”. Kate Stapley’s latest single ‘These Planets’ holds such integrity and love to the ones that hold most dear. Beautiful composed with piano, drums and acoustic guitar while Stapley’s honest words ease your heart. Look out for our full review of debut EP Centella later this month.

Lazy Day – Weird Cool

Lazy Day are quickly becoming one of this year’s music favourites. New track ‘Weird Cool’ is both sharp and dreamy as lead singer Tilly Scantlebury takes us through a unique love song. Splendid teaser ahead of their tour in March.

Pale Waves – The Tide

Another band on our ones to watch list, Pale Waves have shared another slice of dazzling dream pop in form of ‘The Tide’ from forthcoming EP All The Things I Never Said. Simply listen and love.

Nicholson Heal – Sullen Comfort

The nights are still cold but the warm folk melodies of Nicholson Heal is certainly fitting for these wintery evenings by the house fire. Song ‘Sullen Comfort’ is as glittering as it is charming while tender strings and heartfelt words all make it worth while.

Heavy Lungs – Stutter

Bristol post punkers Heavy Lungs are seriously making some noise. The band have just dropped their debut EP, along with single ‘Stutter’ which creeps on you from the get-go. Harsh guitar and intense breathing before transforming into an absolute grunge belter. Cracker!

Beverly Shrills – Woah

One of two Bristol debuts rounding off the list. Single ‘Woah’ from Bristol six-piece Beverly Shrills sees psychedelia and synth pop join forces and the outcome is something quite thrilling; music that’ll be stuck in your head for a good while.

The Belishas – Nothing’s Changed

Tight guitar work, bittersweet lyrics and swirling rhythms; class indie music from four-piece The Belishas with solid debut ‘Nothing’s Changed’.