We're back with a new blog playlist, featuring our current favourites both old and new. These tracks should keep your spirits up - whether you're safe at home, back at work, on public transport, or as per official UK government advice - all three at the same time.
PRITT - Identity
R&B artist Pritt emerges from a diverse background which has hugely influenced her style, penning a brand of Western-meets-Eastern RnB. Identity touches on just that:
Punt Guns - Inside U
Punt Guns have been forging electronic rock, electronica and pop music since 2017, and have spent the last 2 years crafting their fearless debut LP. Inside U one of their recent release and is a mind-bending anthem which is proving difficult to put down:
Duke & The Dry Cleaners - I Want To
London based Acid Jazz outfit Duke and the Dry Cleaners first came onto the radar in 2017. The band formed organically out of a studio project, spearheaded by Oli Duke. Their sparkling debut titled I Want To is a must listen for this early summer weather:
BLVFF - Want For Nothing
Talking influence from Humbug early Arctic Monkeys mixed with Indie underdogs The Amazons, Want for Nothing has been lorded by CLASH and has picked up huge traction on streaming platforms - dig in below:
Paisley Park - Never Played it Safe
Hailing from Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales, Paisley Park are a no-nonsense rock outfit who specialise in hard-hitting riffs and driving rhythms. Never has the previous been truer in their latest anthem which, although more subdued, still keeps us trucking on in these hard times.
Alex and The Wonderland - Searching for Myself
Searching For Myself is the latest offering from Alex and The Wonderland, who received some impressive airplay on debut single ‘Love’s Louder’ which was released in the tail end of 2019. The release rings true for today's difficult social climate, and it's folk styling is sure to keep you moving:
Stock Footage - Broken Together
Taken from the debut album of the same name, Stock Footage have launched their latest indie-rock single Broken Together. The single features their distinct sound and shows the progress they've made since their inception in 2015.