What day is it again? Oh yeah! It’s New Music Friday, and we’ve rounded up the freshest tracks to drop this week. Treat yourself to some high-octane hits from Seramic, JW Ridley, Colin Caulfield, Tertia May, and Julia Jacklin – on us.
Seramic – ‘Keep Breaking My Heart’
Finely produced and sublimely well-written as per usual, the mysterious Seramic drops his latest single ‘Keep On Breaking My Heart’.
JW Ridley – ‘Glass Eyes’
South London-based musician JW Ridley has dropped a new single with an accompanying lyric video. On ‘Glass Eyes’ Ridley masterfully builds an eerily melancholic atmosphere, with trilling strings and hypnotic vocals cut only by warmly fuzzy guitar. Check it out above.
Colin Caulfield – ‘Get To The Point’
DIIV‘s Colin Caulfield has kicked off a solo endeavor, and his new single ‘Get To The Point’ is deliciously dreamy bedroom-pop. Full to the brim with 80’s synths, hazy, honeyed vocals, and frank-witted lyricism – check it out above.
Tertia May ft. Cold Callers – ‘In My Head’
Rising jazz-soul newcomer Tertia May drops her latest single ‘In My Head’, featuring Cold Callers. It’s a track about the paranoia around leaving someone who has treated you badly and brimming with smoky vocals, a trundling drumbeat, and hazy hip-hop production: it’s another promising release from the breakthrough act.
Julia Jacklin – ‘Don’t Know How to Keep Loving You’
Singer-songwriter Julia Jacklin released her second full-length album this week. The warmly minimalist slow-burner on ‘Don’t Know How To Keep Loving You’ puts Jacklin’s stunning vocals front and centre; it’s clear that this blossoming star is now in full bloom.
Soundtrack your weekend with all of the above on our Spotify playlist.