Posted on Friday 11th September 2020 at 11:47
Another Friday means a whole host of new music released for your listening pleasure! This week, we check out the latest new tracks from Beabadoobee, Tash Sultana, Everything Everything and Lucy Spraggan!
Master of fuzzy bedroom-pop, Beabadoobee has just dropped the latest taste of her highly anticipated debut album ‘Fake It Flowers’ with the brand new track ‘Worth It’! Brimming with rock-infused guitar hooks and confessional lyrics that remind us of teenage angst, the track stands apart from her catalogue of delicate balladry and soft-spoken style like her breakthrough single ‘Coffee’. Destined for great things, this 19-year-old will be debuting the album at Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms next September so be sure to grab yourself a ticket.
Ahead of the release of her album ‘Terra Firma’, guitar wielding Aussie legend Tash Sultana has released the epic new single ‘Beyond The Pine’! Following on from her early 2020 releases ‘Greed‘ and ‘Pretty Lady‘, this track is slower, softer and refreshingly natural in it’s composition. But it wouldn’t be a true Tash track without an underlying guitar beat to drive the track towards success and ‘Beyond the Pine’ doesn’t disappoint. Pick up your tickets to see her perform the album live in London next September.
Quoted by The Independent as being ‘a fascinating exploration of human consciousness’, Everything Everything’s fifth record ‘Re - Animator’ has just hit the shelves and we think it’s their best one yet! Whilst it lacks the imaginative chaos of their previous albums, this is by far their most thought-provoking work yet, especially in tracks like ‘Big Climb’ and ‘In Birdsong’. They’ll be hitting Nottingham’s Rock City in March 2021, don’t miss out and pick up your tickets now.
Former X-Factor contestant Lucy Spraggan has unveiled the beautiful new track ‘Flowers’, taken from her forthcoming album ‘Choices’ out October 16th, and we can’t get enough of it. Embellished with a flickering wild-west beat and complete with stunning vocals, this song is definitely one to add to your playlist! Don’t miss seeing Lucy perform the album live at Nottingham’s Rock City in April 2021.