New Music Thursday 18.07.13

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.


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