It’s Friday and you know what that means – we’ve picked out the five freshest tracks from the weekly music drop. This weekend, you can soundtrack your end-of-week antics with the likes of Yellow Days, Piroshka, Vanessa Anne Redd and more.
Yellow Days – ‘What’s It All For?’
Our first fresh pick comes from Haslemere-based Yellow Days, aka George van den Broek, who has dropped the expertly hewed and delightfully dreamy track, ‘What’s It All For?’. Yellow Days is currently touring North America – check out the dates here.
Vanessa Anne Redd – ‘When I Compare’
Vanessa Anne Redd has dropped the second track from her forthcoming second album, self-described as a “gothic folk fairytale”.
Check out Redd’s stunning, atmospheric folk stylings in ‘When I Compare’.
Brunswick – ‘ADHD’
Brunswick approaches toxic relationships in new track ‘ADHD’.
It’s accompanied by Brunswick’s second ever video, created by Odelay Films.
AO – ‘Lonely Hunter’
LA-based AO drops her high-octane debut, ‘Lonely Hunter’. Co-written by Mondo Cozmo, it’s an intricately crafted alt-pop banger filled with nostalgic Blues riffs and a superb introduction to what AO has to offer.
Piroshka – ‘Everlastingly Yours’
Former Lush vocalist and guitarist Miki Berenyi, former Moose guitarist KJ “Moose” McKillop, Modern English bassist Mick Conroy and former Elastica drummer Justin Welch have teamed up to share their first track, ‘Everlastingly Yours’. Their debut album, Brickbat, will be released through Bella Union on 15th February of next year. In the meantime, you can check out the tour dates through March and April here.
Check out all of our fresh tracks on our Spotify playlist The Round Up, updated every week.