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Music | New Music Thursday – 19 November 2015

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‘Be Your Man’ is the new single from Rah Rah’s upcoming record, “Vessels. The vocals on the track are like Andrew McMahon (Jack’s Mannequin) and the musical rhythms of Frank Turner.

The band will be on tour this December throughout Europe including three nights in the UK.

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V I C T O R I A are currently on the road supporting Newton Faulkner on his UK tour, which kicked off on Friday and runs until 24 November, including two shows at Oslo in Hackney, London.

The band shared the official video for ‘The Edge’, their next single (produced by the award-winning Jason Perry) which will be released at the end of January. The track is perfect for fans of Keywest or The Coronas, a sweet indie-pop track to get you in the mood for the weekend. They also announced their own headline UK tour in February.

This current support tour is an exciting end to year which has seen them receive airplay on BBC Introducing as well as being broadcast on Channel 4’s Made In Chelsea.

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Sameblod are a Scandi electro-pop duo, who are about to release their anticipated new single called ‘Fade Out’. Frederick and Mikael describe their music as “hopeful-electronic-mellow-pop with a lot of different influences”, there is a touch of Simply Red meets synth-pop or even MGMT meets Passion Pit with obscure song structure.

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‘Hot Coals’ is a new song from Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros‘ 4th studio album due out the beginning of next year. It’s quite different from those who are big fans of their track, ‘Home’, but it’s quite jazzy and dark.

It will be available on all platforms on 20 November.

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Apollo LTD have shared their new single from their forthcoming EP, “What Are You Waiting For“.  The track is titled after the EP and packs pop textures over One Republic style hooks.
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Eoin Glackin returns with his new single, ‘Morning Take Us Easy’, released November 20 via IRL Records. The singles’ release will be marked by a full band show in Dublin’s Workmans Club on Thursday 19 November.

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Elm are a five-piece band from Dublin with a dark, undisturbed sound.  Fitting in like The XX meets Daughter, the cold and cereberal idyllic sound falls perfectly with the strings and synth creating a soft tone to the track.
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Recorded in Berlin, Irish act The Altered Hours have hit the nail on the head with a psych-rock track ‘Way of Sorrow’. Having already released an EP on Anton Newcombe’s A Recordings, home of Anton’s own psychedelic pioneers The Brian Jonestown Massacre as well as the likes of Dirty Beaches and Magic Castles  The melodic, abrasive, dual girl-boy vocals, crash and hit hard to fill any room with a gritty rock sound.
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Twin Limb’s debut “Anything Is Possible and Nothing Makes Sense” (Spotify + Apple Music) is a slow burning track that echoes Tired Pony and First Aid Kit.
From their hometown of Louisville, Twin Limb are type of nouveau Americana and Roots based act, sitting somewhere between The Cocteau Twins and The Cranberries despite their musical influences.