Soak up the sun and these brand new tracks from your 2018 line up
Whether you’re sizzling yourself like a sausage in the sun, or you’re sheltering in the shade – you’re going to need some new music to get you hyped for this year’s festival. That’s where we come into play.
Beartooth get busy in ‘Bad Listener’
Last week the band released details surrounding their new album, ‘Disease’ following a leak of a new track. Now, the Ohio-rockers are back with ‘Bad Listener’ which debuted on Daniel P Carter’s BBC Radio 1 Rock Show.
Missed out on ‘Infection’? They’re dropped it online for our listening pleasure too.
Deaf Havana will never be ‘Holy’
Deaf Havana’s ‘Rituals’ drops next month and they’re gearing up for it in the best possible fashion – by talking to us about about campsite showers and releasing a new track ‘Holy’.
Speaking about the new track, frontman James Veck Gilodi said:
“It was just a weird, fast melody that I found as a voice note on my phone. But my voice just went into this soulful place with it. And I suppose that vocal style fits with the title – I wanted a vague churchy vibe on some of these songs, which is why we got the London Contemporary Choir to come and sing on this, as well as ‘Heaven’, ‘Wake’ and ‘Sinner’.
YONAKA get all ‘Fired Up’
Brighton-based YONAKA just released one of the catchiest songs we’ve heard in weeks. The fiery new track is taken from their upcoming new EP ‘Teach Me To Fight’ which drops just before their Reading and Leeds appearance on August 17th.
The Kooks release the funky new ‘Four Leaf Clover’
After teasing the release all week with physical copies turning up at record stores; The Kooks have now launched ‘Four Leaf Clover’ into the world. Taken from their upcoming album, ‘Let’s Go Sunshine’ we like this A LOT.
Brockhampton go hard on ‘1998 Truman’
Do Brockhampton ever have a break? After releasing three albums last year, the LA-based boy band have been gearing up to release their new album, rumoured to be called ‘The Best Years of our Lives’.
Abstract needs to direct all videos from now on, the moshing in a car park and boxing ring outro are a thing only a genius could conjure up.
Trash Boat unleash their emotionally-bracing new album
If you’re in the market for a new album to pop onto your record player, Spotify library or whatever the hell you want to use to listen to it – Trash Boat’s ‘Crown Shyness’ should be at the top of your lists. At times it’s not easy listening, it’s intense and takes you on a journey – but it deserves to be replayed time and time again.
Spring King’s ‘The Hum’ is a full on belter
Spring King really are the kings of releasing absolute anthems and ‘The Hum’ is no exception to the rule. Get this turned up to 11 right now before you regret it.
Get all this into your life and sort out your tickets for this year’s festival if you haven’t already.