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Music | New Music – 26 January 2018


Irish quartet, Pillow Queens,  have announced the launch of their EP “State of The State’, which is due out on 16 March this year. Signed to release it on Specialist Subject Records, their new track ‘ Favourite’ is set to become many critics’ favourite.

The Dig return with a double drop of six-track EPs release, which features the track, ‘Moonlight Baby’. They’ve spent much of 2017 promoting their debut album and performing with the likes of Portugal, the Man and Jesus & Mary Chain.

Garden City Movement have dropped ‘Foreign Affair’, which is their touch of Tame Impala meets Lo Moon. The track is taken from their debut long player, ‘Apollonia’. A European tour is planned over the coming weeks.

Annabel Allum has kicked off the year with the punky ‘Beat the Birds’. Snarling and yet care free, the Guildford artist is set for brighter things in 2018.

Franz Ferdinand have dropped ‘Lazy Boy’ from their latest album, “Always Ascending”. The hypnotic track is a symbol of the album and while it may herald the return to form for the Glaswegians, it also marks a step in a new direction for the band.

Swedish Singer-songwriter Alice Boman returns with ‘End Of Time’, a shot in the dark that proves spirals towards Agnes Obel and Kate Bush.

Lord Huron give a rousing account of themselves with new songs “Ancient Names (Part I)” & “Ancient Names (Part II)” The former of which you can hear above.