Posted on Friday 25th September 2020 at 13:00
Another Friday means a whole host of new music released for your listening pleasure! This week, we check out the latest new tracks from Nubiyan Twist, Cabbage, Dave Hause ft. Brian Fallon and Glass Caves!
Cabbage - Amanita Pantherina
With each release, 5-piece punk outfit Cabbage seem to sharpen their sound and temper their work with a rising sense of urgency. Complete with sonic crashes of pure rage and madness, this record is doused in personality, full of vigour and makes it one of their best releases yet. Marked as the record’s standout track, ‘Get Outta My Brain’ is a catchy, footstomping, headbopping anthem that we can’t wait to watch them perform live. Tickets for their Nottingham and Leeds shows next April are on sale now.
Nubiyan Twist - Tittle Tattle
London based jazz collective Nubiyan Twist return with an eclectic blend of infectious sounds on their epic new track ‘Tittle Tattle’. With each free-flowing beat bouncing off the next, the single brings a sense of urgency which feels complete by the effortless vocals of hotly tipped UK artist Cherise! Famed for their incredible live performances, make sure you don’t miss out on seeing them in Manchester and Nottingham next February!
Dave Hause ft. Brian Fallon - Long Ride Home
Dave Hause has embarked on an exciting new project with the release of the first track ‘Long Ride Home’! As part of his new double EP, Hause interprets the songs of Americana songwriter Patty Griffin and punk pioneer Paddy Costello to create a tribute collection of reimagined tracks by his own songwriting heroes. ‘Long Ride Home’ features vocal harmonies from Brian Fallon and stays true to the original, with the addition of electric guitars. If you like what you’re hearing, pick up a ticket to see Brian Fallon and The Howling Weather in Cardiff, Leeds, Nottingham and Bristol next December.
Glass Caves - Float into Space
If you’re pining for the next big UK indie band, look no further, Glass Caves are it. Channelling guitar-ed vibes and vocals akin to The Night Café and Catfish and the Bottlemen, the band have just released the third track from their upcoming EP ‘Float into Space’ and we can’t get enough of it. Rapidly gaining traction in the music world, these guys are certainly one to watch so be sure to bag yourself a ticket for their show at Bristol’s The Louisiana on 25th March 2021!