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Music | New Music – 1 September 2017


Gothenburg duo Pale Honey have released the strong new track taken from their second album, “Devotion”, which is due out in October this year. If their self-titled debut was anything to go by, then the maturity can make this new record surpass all expectations.

‘Stomping Ground’ is the second single from Norway’s Imitating Aeroplanes and will feature on their debut album, “Planet Language:.

ARY brings another fine example of Norwegian electro pop. ‘Already There’ is much like St. South or Sylvan Esso. Pulsating and exciting, ARY has a lot of potential.

UK quartet Sad Palace have unveiled latest single, ‘Frostbeat’. The track will also be available as a limited edition cassette for Cassette Store Day 2017 on 14 October. It is a soulful and nocturnal type of track from the South Coast outfit.

West London’s Westerman, gives us wit and oracular nature of new single called ‘Lie’, taken from the “Call And Response” EP. This one is for those seeking the answers to enigmatic circumstances.

Ahead of a EU/UK tour with Alvvays and their own EP release later this month, ALASKALASKA release their new single ‘Patience’.  A off beat pop track that swrils a bit more than their previous single.

Emmecosta,  the Italian trio, have given us a new single from their forthcoming “Velour” EP on 25 August 2017. Swedish music label ICEA adopted the Positano natives for the release.