Here’s the pick of our favourite tracks we’ve been listening to this month, just in case you missed them first time around
1 – Bentcousin with LL & the D’s / You Make Me Feel So Young
OK, so maybe we’re a bit biased here because Bentcousin gave us our first exclusive track that we’ve posted on the blog, but nevertheless it’s still a great catchy tune
2 – Dog in the Snow / Factory
Dog in the Snow’s latest single is a more electronic affair than their earlier work, and their best yet in our opinion.
3 – The New Union / Now
The NME have just caught onto the New Union’s new single Now. We first posted about it back in February.
4 – IYES / Breathe
IYES ascendancy continues apace with their new single Breathe which ropes in production dues from MNEK.
5 – Phantom Runners / Chase the Feeling
Another Brighton band who’ve roped in a name producer are Phantom Runners, whose new single has the guiding hand of the Fun Lovin Criminals’ Huey Morgan.
6 – Them The Sky / Fall (Finjin remix)
The original of Fall was a more guitar based post rock affair, but in it’s remixed form is much more blissed out.
7 – A Lily / A House is not a Motel
Over the course of March, A Lily put out an EP of four cover versions called Augury. Their version of Love’s A House is not a Motel is our pick.
8 – Eagles for Hands / Appalachia (feat Sivu)
Eagles for Hands latest soundcloud upload is a collaboration with Sivu, which shows a completely different side to both artists work.
9 – Black Rooster Black Shag / Borderline
The new video from Black Rooster Black Shag is another teaser for the band’s debut album which gets released on 1st May, which we’ll be telling you more about very soon.
10 – Hypnotized / Hylia
Hylia is the track with the strongest Eastern flavour from Hypnotized’s new Telesto EP, marrying sitars with rolling beats.