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Music | New Music Thursday – 28 July 2016

New-Music-Thursday Glass Animals

 

The psych-rock that is likes JAWS or Temples, Shakes “keep coming back for more” with new track ‘Strange Tides’. Shimmering guitars worthy of a summer playlist.

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Acclaimed singer-songwriter and member of The Magnetic North, Hannah Peel has announced the release of lead single ‘All That Matters’, taken from her second solo album “Awake But Always Dreaming”.

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ROCSTRONG is back with new track “Show Off What You Got (SOWYG)”. Taken from his long-awaited debut EP of the same title, which will be released on 29 July, the track stays true to ROCSTRONG’s original style of megaphone boosted,  foot stomping rock.

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Future Generations will be releasing their self-titled debut album tomorrow, with latest track ‘Thunder In The City’.  Touching on MGMT, the track has indie-pop synth samples lifting it to a cleaner sound.

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DIVAN and their new track ‘Shards’ premiered on Consequence Of Sound earlier this week, the slow burner is worth the listen. The band were helped along production-wise by Brent Knopf of Menomena and EL VY fame.

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Another track lifted from Glass Animals’  forthcoming album “How To Be A Human Being”. Little bit mellower than previous tracks but still has the classic Glass Animals sound to it.

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Kildare band Hvmmingbyrd have released the video for single, ‘If Love Was Enough’.  They will also be launching their new EP “Know My Name” produced by Hvmmingbyrd and Aisling Jarvis on 29 September in The Grand Social, Dublin.