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Brockhampton, Pale Waves and Maggie Rogers blast out the new tunes to brighten your Monday

On the hunt for some brand new earworms? We’re back with another instalment of new stuff you need in your life – and we ain’t lying.

This week, get your chops around new stuff from Brockhampton, Maggie Rogers, Alan Walker and more.

Bangers after bangers, Brockhampton ain’t stopping

Kevin Abstract promised us, ‘new music all summer’ and he’s sticking to his word. Shortly after gifting us with ‘1998 Truman’, the ‘boy band’ are back with ‘1997 Diana’ and it’s a corker. If you don’t listen to this at least 3 times on repeat you’re living a lie.

Sea Girls have ‘Too Much Fun’ in their new video

Taken from their EP ‘Adored’, ‘Too Much Fun’ is an emphatic new song about a tale of regret. Like all good tales, this one is wrapped inside an indie stomper.

Alan Walker shares the second chapter of the World of Walker trilogy

‘Darkside’ is the sequel to ‘All Falls Down’ and features some epic visuals set in a post-apocalyptic world.

Fredo drops one of the best hooks of 2018 in ‘Ay Caramba’

Fredo brings his usual fire and nifty punchlines and effortless flow on ‘Ay Caramba’. Song of the summer? It’s going to be high up there, that’s for sure.

Maggie Rogers gives us a little treat this week

Taken from her forthcoming EP, ‘Give a Little’ is a refreshing taste of Maggie Rogers’ raw talent. This is a warm hearted slice of 90s pop that’s going to get you moving as soon as you hear it.

Speaking on Twitter, Maggie said she wrote the song on the day of April’s National School Walkout in support of stricter gun laws.

Pale Waves announce their debut album and bless us with ‘Eighteen’

After keeping us hanging on for what feels like an eternity for a release date for their album, Pale Waves have finally got a date for your diary; September 14th. Alongside the announcement, they also dropped ‘Eighteen’ a song jam-packed with huge thuds of synth that might melt your face a little bit.

Reading is getting so close, we can almost taste it.

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