A relatively quiet week for new music this week, but here’s what we’ve got to share. First up is the new GAPS All Me, All You remix EP, which the first music we’ve embedded from Spotify, so hopefully this will work. There’s remixes from Maya Jane Coles and Alex Arnout of two tracks from their album In, Around The Moments, as well as the original versions, and you can also buy the EP on iTunes here.
Black Honey‘s new single is called Corrine. It’s getting a physical release in a month’s time on 23rd October on Foxfive records, and the band are heading out on tour for most of October, finishing things up with a hometown gig at the Hope & Ruin on 5th November.
At the end of November, Krak Krak put out their debut album All The Punks In The World Can’t Save Us Now. The first track they’ve shared from the upcoming release is Valley of the Witch which rocks hard.
Orchards put up the follow up to their Constantly Moving EP up on Souncloud recently. Tell Me What You Want is a bit poppier than their previous release erring more on the Pop than the Math of the Math Pop that they describe themselves as.
Jessica Bishop‘s new track Keep on Running was one of BBC Introducing’s tracks of the day last week. There’s a proper single due for release in a few weeks time but in the meantime this (and it’s sister track River, also up on Soundcloud) should satisfy any MOR desires you might have.