Hello fellow music friends! I’m keeping it short and sweet this week, because I’m ill and got a lot to do. But I didn’t want to withhold these new releases from you, thence I’m doing a short post anyway.
The first song on the playlist has already been out for a while, but is on the list to celebrate an album release. The song is Love Is Blind by Låpsley. Her debut album Long Way Home is out now and it’s so lovely – you should listen to it.
The other five songs have all been released last Friday. First of all there’s a new version of Desire by Years & Years. This time featuring Tove Lo. I think Desire along with Illuminate were the first songs I heard of Years & Years back in 2014. Desire is a great track and I’m glad they’ve finally released it as a single.
Back Into It by Graham Candy is the first single taken from the singers’ debut album Plan A. It’s a catchy, dance pop track. You might remember Graham’s Candy voice from Alle Farben’s track She Moves.
Speaking of catchy pop tunes. Genghis Khan by Miike Snow is another one. The Swedish indie pop band has released their third album iii on Friday and Genghis Khan is the latest single taken from it.
Frank Turner’s new single is called Mittens
and it’s rocking and gleeful love song.
And now that were on the rock trail already, there’s also a new memorable single by one of the newest promising rock bands around: Last Night by The Sherlocks. I already picked another The Sherlock’s song for a playlist last year and it looks like I was right about being excited for new music by the Sheffield boys as this one is really great again.
And that is it already. Hopefully you enjoyed this week’s picks. Check out the full Songs of 2016 playlist on Spotify to catch up with the Songs of the Week so far.