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Posted on Friday 16th April 2021 at 15:15

Another Friday means a whole host of new music released for your listening pleasure! This week, we check some ace new music by Saint Raymond, Alfa Mist, Easy Life and Low Island. 

Saint Raymond - We Forgot We Were Dreaming 

It may have been five years since Saint Raymond hit the top 10 with his debut 'Young Blood', but the Nottingham singer-songwriter has constantly been experimenting and refining his sound during this time, with fantastic EPs 'A Light That Blinds' and 'Three'. Following singles 'Soft Landing', 'Alright' and 'Solid Gold', he releases his latest album 'We Forgot We Were Dreaming' today. Check out the album now ahead of his UK tour in November later this year. 

Buy your tickets to Saint Raymond's November tour here.

easy life - skeletons

After recently announcing news of their debut album 'Life's A Beach' out June 4th and dropping first single 'a message to myself', the Leicester band are following up with another anthem 'skeletons', in which they shared the first live performance of on Jimmy Kimmel this week. The unstoppable rise of the band is showing no signs of slowing, as they announce the news of a second night at O2 Academy Brixton after their first date at the venue sold out. 

Get tickets to their second O2 Academy Brixton show here.


Alfa Mist – Teki

Ahead of the release of his new album Bring Backs, out April 23rd via ANTI-, London based producer, pianist, bandleader and MC Alfa Mist today shares new single ‘Teki’. The release of the new track is accompanied by the announcement of a full UK tour for November/December 2021, including a date at Bristol's Thekla. 

Get tickets for Alfa Mist at Thekla here.

Low Island - If You Could Have It All Again

The debut from art pop quartet Low Island is finally here and it does not dissapoint! Combining dark synths and and jagged guitars with experimental production, the band are set to be a favourite when they play Dot To Dot Festival later this year. With Bristol tickets sold out and Nottingham not far behind, make sure to move quick to secure yours and witness the Oxford band at the festival now. 

Get tickets to Dot To Dot Festival here.



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