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Music | New Music Thursday – 13 October 2016

Pale Honey

Gothenburg band Pale Honey release a brand new single ‘Real Thing, the first new material to be taken from the follow-up to 2015’s acclaimed self-titled debut.

They follow a sold-out show at The Islington with a slot The Lexington, London, on October 27. The as yet untitled second album is expected to arrive in spring 2017.

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Dan Croll releases a brand new song, ‘Swim’, which is taken from his eagerly awaited album due for release on Communion Records in 2017.

Electro-pop swirls and quirky sounds from the UK musician.

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FAIRCHILD return with new single ‘Relevance . A thumping ride through three minutes and forty-eight seconds. Dancefloor sensibilities a plenty.

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‘Sixty Thousand Years’ is the new single from Dublin based, Swords, who follow up the release of ‘The Letter’ ahead of their second album due in November.

The track is an effortlessly weighed gem floating on the delicate textures within.

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Classic rock sound from Irish band D-Day, who release their first single ‘Misunderstood’.  Guitar twang and full belt vocals  The track was mixed by Grammy and Juno-nominated sound engineer Mike Fraser.

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‘The Fever’ is the new single from Dublin five-piece, Changing Gears,  who channel an Elvis Costello impression in this track.  Taken from their album, ‘Communicate’, which is due out soon.

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Namaste’s first track on the new Stockholm/NYC based label PRMD DSCVR. The label behind the new platform for discovering artists via SoundCloud is PRMD, who have the like s of Aviici and more on their roster.

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New from Miniature Tigers, ‘Dreaming’ will help you slip into reverie. It’s taken from their new record, “I Dreamt I Was A Cowboy,” due 28 October. Breezy, coastal tune.  For fans of Local Natives and more.