Posted on Friday 2nd October 2020 at 12:25
Another Friday means a whole host of new music released for your listening pleasure! This week, we check out the latest new tracks from The Hunna, Beabadoobee, Hamilton Leithauser and Becky Hill!
The Hunna – Id Rather Die Than Let You In
After bursting onto the scene in 2016 with their hit track ‘Bonfire’, acclaimed indie outfit The Hunna show no signs of slowing down with the release of their latest album ‘I’d Rather Die Than Let You In’! Quintessentially rock ‘n’ roll, this album sees the band take control of their art and create a body of work that is both mature and refreshing with the title track embodying all of the above. They’ll be playing the album at Nottingham’s Rock City in April 2021, don’t miss out.
Beabadoobee – How Was Your Day?
Coined by Louder Than War as ‘the best song the 90s never had’, today we are graced with another new release from beabadoobee ‘How Was Your Day?’. The fourth track taken from her upcoming album ‘Fake It Flowers’, the alt-pop breakthrough has also shared a music video to go alongside the track which perfectly captures the raw, fuzzy, beautiful shyness of her music. If you like what you’re hearing, pick up your tickets for her special show at Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms in September 2021.
Hamilton Leithauser with Lucy Dacus – Isabella
Hamilton Leithauser releases a second version of his dreamy and lighthearted track ‘Isabella’ with the addition of stunning vocals from rising star Lucy Dacus. With the original featuring on his latest album ‘The Loves of Your Life’, the marriage of Leithauser’s silky falsetto with Dacus swooning harmonies makes this track an absolute pleasure to listen to and a reason why you shouldn’t miss out on his London show next June!
Becky Hill – Space
Stepping out of her comfort zone and introducing herself as a fully-fledged album artist, Becky Hill releases her “first proper single” ‘Space’ and we can’t get enough of it. The track perfectly balances a delicate piano tune with a catchy pop beat and reminds us of Hill’s incredibly soulful vocals. This tune is sure to become an absolute earworm so be sure to catch her performing it live at Nottingham’s Rock City next May.