Hello fellow music lovers! I am somehow really happy about the brand new Songs of the Week, so let’s dive straight into the music.
The first song is by British indie band Sundara Karma and is called She Said. It came our way last Friday to announce their debut album Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect, which is set to be released in January next year. She Said is a cheerful ode to youth and memories of blithe nights out.
Speaking of bands teasing their upcoming albums, Jimmy Eat World also jumped on the train and return with their brand new single Get Right and announced the new album for October. The pop punk band’s newest release sounds heavy and a little anxious as it describes the feeling of not being comfortable in any place.
Night People is the title track of You Me At Six’s new LP. It will be released early next year and this single is a little taster. The British rock band sounds amazing on this new song. It is quite different to their earlier works, less pop more rock and a little darker. I like it a lot and I’m looking forward to more tracks like this one.
Bonfire was the last song by The Hunna that made the list. And now they’re back with a whole album called “100” and Never Enough is one of the great tracks on the newly released record. The song reflects the sound of the band and if you like this one you will most probably like the album in full.
Now it’s time for one of my favourite new artists of this year. Dua Lipa released another song Last Friday and it’s another brilliant pop song. Blow Your Mind (Mwah) has a catchy beat, a club-ready electronic sound and powerful and cheeky lyrics. Dua Lipa’s self-titled debut album will be out in February next year. I really can’t wait to see her live in three weeks time.
The last song of the week is a little calmer than the other ones. It’s the very beautiful new song Wish That You Were Here by Florence + The Machine. It is hypnotic and dreamy just like Florence herself. The song is the title track to Tim Burton’s new film Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. I can imagine it fits very well to the universes Tim Burton usually creates.
And that is it again. Another six brand new songs for you to listen to. Hopefully, you enjoy them all. Which one is your favourite? Please leave a comment below, I love hearing your opinions!