Glorious, 80s-evocative pop here from Doylestown trio Night Panther in the shape of their free 3 track EP KISS which is currently steaming over on their official Soundcloud page.
Headed up by the irresistibly peppy I Want You To Know, the Philadelphia-based band’s short collection of catchy indie pop feels much like a mini audio accompaniment to some of your favourite 80s movies, and thus makes an unashamedly enjoyable listen.
Check it out below.
Neon Jungle have premiered their latest single Welcome To The Jungle.
Scheduled for release on 20 April, the thundering dance pop track serves as the official follow up to the British girl group’s smash hits Trouble and Braveheart which reached #14 and #4 on the UK singles chart respectively.
Yup. It’s kinda rapturously, arms-over-the-place ace, isn’t it?
Preorder Welcome to the Jungle here.
Lily Allen has premiered a new song online and announced details of her upcoming third studio album.
The music video for the Greg Kurstin-produced Our Time was uploaded to the British singer’s official VEVO page earlier today to coincide with the unveiling of the artwork and tracklist for her latest full length set Sheezus, which hits iTunes on 5 May.
Those preordering Sheezus will receive Our Time as an instant grat download, whilst the collection will also include recent singles Hard Out Here and Air Balloon, the latter having charted at #7 on the UK Top 40 yesterday. Also featured is Allen’s contribution to the Girls soundtrack L8 CMMR, and her chart-topping cover of Keane’s Somewhere Only We Know.
2. L8 CMMR
3. Air Balloon
4. Our Time
5. Insincerely Yours
6. Take My Place
7. As Long As I Got You
8. Close Your Eyes
9. URL Badman
10. Silver Spoon
11. Life for Me
12. Hard Out Here
14. Somewhere Only We Know (Bonus Track)
14. Wind Your Neck In
15. Who Do You Love?
16. Miserable Without Your Love
17. Holding On to Nothing
18. Somewhere Only We Know
Fåglar is a song recorded by Scandinavian singer Thomas Stenström with the assistance of fellow Swede Frida Sundemo.
Punctuated with vocals rich in enchanting purity, the minimally-orchestrated ballad (which has a title that, translated into English, reads ‘Birds‘) serves as a taster of what to expect from Stenström’s upcoming album and was posted on his official Soundcloud page last week.
Stream Fåglar below.
Kylie has a back catalogue of singles burgeoning under the weight of wonderful supporting B-sides and fans will be pleased to hear that the Aussie pop princess’ latest single Into The Blue is no different.
Joining the likes of Tightrope, Cherry Bomb, Made of Glass, King Or Queen and B.P.M arrives Sparks and it is GORGEOUS. Check it out below.
Into The Blue is out to download on UK iTunes now. Check out some of Ms Minogue’s previous B-sides below.
Tightrope (In Your Eyes B-Side)
Made of Glass (Giving You Up B-Side)
Cherry Bomb (Wow B-Side)
King or Queen (2 Hearts B-Side)
If You Don’t Love Me (Confide In Me B-Side):
US country duo Florida Georgia Line have premiered the official music video for their latest single online.
Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley have teamed up with Nashville star Luke Bryan for their new track This Is How We Roll, which is lifted from the 2014 reissue of their debut studio album Here’s To The Good Times.
The repackage also includes the Nelly-assisted remix of previous single Cruise which reached #75 on the UK singles chart last year and helped the track to reach its US chart peak of #4 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Watch the music video for This Is How We Roll below and download Florida Georgia Line’s album from UK iTunes here.
You may recognise M.O member Frankee Connolly as one half of blistering pop duo Mini Viva, who lost their heart in Tokyo back in 2009.
Sadly, Mini Viva’s follow up One Touch failed to match the Top 5 success of its predecessor despite it being a crowning glory in the glittering back catalogue of production team Xenomania, and the twosome were prematurely dispatched to the pop dumper.
That though was not the end for Frankee who has since embarked on a new project, joining Duchess members Annie Ashcroft and Nadine Samuels to form a three piece girl group called M.O.
The UK trio are set to launch their debut single For A Minute on 13 April and, last week, they debuted the track’s official music video which you can watch below.
Florrie has unveiled the music video for the lead cut from her upcoming EP Sirens.
Seashells received its premiere last month on BBC Radio 1, and is the first taste of what’s to come from the pop star’s latest EP which is expected to be arrive via Xenomania later this Spring.
The Bristol-based singer-songwriter has shot videos for three of the songs that will feature on the collection, and we can expect to see them all before the set finally lands on iTunes on 27 April (preorder link here). The EP includes two other new tracks called Free Falling and Wanna Control Myself as well as a Preditah remix of Seashells and the Shadow Child Dub Mix of Little White Lies.
It’s been nearly a year since we last heard from Florrie, real name Florence Arnold, after she released the surprise single Live A Little last April. Sirens, her fourth EP in all, serves as the follow up to her 2012 set Late.
Stockholm-based songstresses Ji Nilsson and Marlene unite on this intoxicating new collaboration called Love You Anyway.
The ode to female friendship serves as the follow up to Nilsson’s I’m Her and Marlene’s Stay Awake, both of which were sent to iTunes last month.
The Swedes will release Love You Anyway to UK iTunes on 14 March (preorder here) but, in the interim, you can stream it below.
According to project frontman Andy Butler, the new Hercules & Love Affair album, The Feast of the Broken Heart, aims to be packed with “nasty basslines, stormy, bleary-eyed sounds, fiery, rough, tough and ragged old school house productions that sounded almost techno” which, thanks to its interwoven tales of emotional triumph, “speaks to the most musically adroit of tastes“.
Scheduled for release to UK iTunes on 12 May, the long awaited follow up to 2011′s Blue Songs has been announced with the unveiling of a brand new song that seemingly accomplishes all of Butler’s desires.
Contributing soul-drenched vocals to the collection’s lead cut Do You Feel The Same? is Belgian singer Gustaph, one of a new cast of vocalists on the record which also features appearances from Brit Award nominee John Grant, Krystle Warren and Rouge Mary.
“The key to the Hercules project is that I don’t want people coming to the table with nothing to say” says Butler. “I am fascinated by belief. Maybe the nightclub isn’t just decadent and meaningless.”
The acid pop track will be released to iTunes on 14 April as an EP featuring two original B-sides, Raid and Working Miracles. Hercules & Love Affair will also hit the live circuit later this year. Check out the full tracklist for The Feast of the Broken Heart below and preorder your copy here.
1. Hercules Theme 2014
2. My Offence (feat. Krystle Warren)
3. I Try To Talk To You (feat. John Grant)
4. That’s Not Me (feat. Gustaph)
5. Think (feat. Rouge Mary)
6. 5.43 to Freedom (feat. Rouge Mary)
7. The Light (feat. Krystle Warren)
8. Liberty (feat. John Grant)
9. Do You Feel The Same (feat. Gustaph)
10. The Key (feat. Rouge Mary)