New Brighton Music

It’s been a few weeks since our last New Music post, and we were playing catchup with that one, so there’s a lot of ground to cover. Here’s a selection of our favourite tunes that have come to our attention in the last couple of weeks.

First up is Our Girl with their debut single Sleeper, the coolest four minutes of guitar music we’ve heard in a while:

Via Tirana launched their new angular single Girl at the Hope and Ruin a couple of weeks ago. You can download the track via their bandcamp page.

Fono might not be an especially well known name on the Brighton gig circuit, but he’s obviously doing something right because he on official remix duties for Major Lazer earlier this year. Everybody Knows is a slick slice of soulful house pop made for the dancefloor:

Fickle Friends don’t need any introduction these days. Say No More is yet another summery classic pop song.

We’ve been waiting nearly two years for the second release from Yumi & The Weather, and finally here it is. Here’s the title track from the new Something Tells Me EP, which also features a version of the the fantastic Love, which was given away as a free download around Valentines day last year:

Kudu Blue‘s new single Falling has layered synths, dreamy vocals, and skitterish beats, all of which add up to something rather special:

King Porter Stomp release their latest call to arms Put Down Your Weapons this week, which features legendary reggae artist Prince Fatty on production duties

Penelope Isles got in touch with us weeks ago to tell us about their debut album Comfortably Swell, which is available through their bandcamp page. Here’s the lovely chilled out title track:

Finishing things off on a quite folky tip is Liemba, a new acoustic duo round town. Here’s their new track All Costs:


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