5 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (29/03/21)

HERE’S THIS WEEKS ESSENTIAL LISTENING, FEATURING FIVE ABSOLUTE BANGERS YOU NEED TO ADD TO YOU PLAYLISTS AND SHARE AROUND. IF YOU’VE GOT SOMETHING YOU THINK WE NEED TO HEAR SEND IT OVER TO US, WE DON’T MIND, WE LOVE GETTING NEW MUSIC.

KAVANAGH – Citizen 202

Full speed ahead for the new, high energy, alt-rock single from Kent five piece KAVANAGH. Big riffs with a Laissez-faire, too cool for school vocal delivery despite the chaos erupting around around it, Citizen 202 is a class, full throttle less than two minuets of pure rock energy.

Ruiz! – Blue Mediterranean

Sheffield multi-instrumentalist Ruiz! delivers floaty, surf rock inspired single Blue Mediterranean. It’s packed with slick, free riding guitars and solid beats with notes of fuzz through out, it’s screams 90’s with notable inspiration from artists like The Dandy Warhols and even The Smashing Pumpkins but there’s a 60’s sould shinning through.

Poploader – Summerboy Blues

An instant summer anthem from German band Poploader, the boys from Regensburg inject addictive poppy synth lines into guitar based indie and the result is pure sunshine. Like a modern Kinks that have been listening to the best of brit-pop anthems on repeat Summberboy Blues is a joyful guitar pop track ready for lounging in the sun to.

Beabadoobee – Last Day on Earth

One of the most exciting artists on the guitar pop scene right now Beabadoobee has this make anything she touches sound like the soundtrack to your favourite 90’s movie. Co-written by The 1975‘s Matty Healy and George Daniel, Last Day on Earth features beautiful jangly guitar riffs and a sing along chorus that’ll be playing on loop in your brain for the rest of the week.

Easy Life – a message to myself

We finally getting the Easy Life debut album and they’re teasing us with the opening track ‘a message to myself’, in classic form from the band it plays with tempo, boasts playful melodies and Murray Matravers hit’s us with his ice cold delivery.

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