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 |Artist of the Week|

False Advertising

This week’s Band Of The Week is Manchester three piece False Advertising, who have just released their album ‘Brainfreeze’, which sees the band at their new label home - Alcopop Records. They took a moment to talk to us about how their sound has changed since their last release, and their plans for the next few months.

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 |Glass Peaks|

Glass Peaks give us a taste of our potential dystopian future with new single ‘Architect’, which see the London three piece get psychedelically political with their sound. Vocalist Alfie Jefferies took a moment to explain the track in more detail to us.

 
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 |SUNSET SONS|

Having made a huge impact back in 2016 with debut album ‘Very RarEly Say Die’, Sunset Sons are back! Their new album ‘Blood Rush Déjà Vu’ came out at the start of this month - and they have certainly returned in style. We had a chat with Jed Laidlaw from the band about the release.

 
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 |ELIZA SHADDAD|

Diving deep into that bewitching darkly indie sound; Eliza Shaddad’s new single ‘Girls’ explores the solidarity that comes hand in hand with going through tough times with a life-long friend.

 
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|Sad Boys Club|

Sad Boys Club continue to solidify themselves as one of the capitals hottest young prospects, sprinkling hope over sadness in their new single ‘Kukachu’

 
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|RELEASE OF THE WEEK|

MICHAEL KIWANUKA - 'KIWANUKA'

Modern legend, Michael Kiwanuka, is back with a new album entitled, ‘Kiwanuka’ following on from his number one, ‘Love and Hate’ that saw his tracks becoming huge hits across the world. He went back to the studio with the original production team that worked on his previous album and the results are as spectacular as expected.

 
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|CASEY LOWRY|

London-based Casey Lowry has released a four-track EP, ‘Nervous’, in which it seems he is feeling a range of emotions from anxious to angry.

 
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| WEEKLY TOP TRACKS |

Check out our top tracks this week on Spotify, featuring The Mysterines, Japan Man, MULIMBA, Polly Money, Weird Milk, Allie X, Jehnny Beth, Exploring Birdsong, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Lauran Hibberd, and Mura Masa.


 

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