The sun is out, the fan is out and the windows are down. So it’s time for the tracks we’re been loving the past week!
Kings Of Leon – Supersoaker
Nearly 10 years since the release of their debut album, Kings of Leon have unveiled a new single that harks back to their soulful, excessive-haired days. Supersoaker is the first track to be taken from their sixth album, Mechanical Bull, due out in September.
CHVRCHES – Falling (Haim Cover)
CHVRCHES are wonderful. Haim are wonderful. What’s not to love? Nothing – that’s what. Removing the Fleetwood Mac rush and the r&b leanings of the Haim sisters, the Scottish pop-rockers drive the song in their own sweet, bubbling, synth-pop flavour.
Sultanov – What Lies Beneath (Live)
Sultanov’s debut album is out this week so what better way to celebrate than a a special live version of track ‘What Lies Beneath Performed” performed in London last month.
Friends – The Way
Here’s something a bit unexpected: a sultry, slow-burning power ballad from Brooklyn’s Samantha Urbani and the new + apparently sleeker version of her band Friends, with an unspecified assist coming from the multi-talented Dev Hynes. The Way single is out on Lucky Number Music.