Make sure you stick around to the end of this new Foals track, it gets pretty epic! “Mountain At My Gates” comes from the bands’ upcoming release of What Went Down, to be released August 8th.
Lanks‘ EP comprises six easy-listening tracks for those times when you just want to wind down, do some individual work at your desk, hang out with friends, or do anything for that matter. Lanks (Will Cuming) hails from Melbourne where he is also a member of a seven-member Indie Rock band called Farrow. In his solo endeavors he often emulates the sounds of Bon Iver, The xx, and Chet Faker to name a few, but is quickly making a name for himself with his bewitching falsettos and addicting ambient style.
Go ahead and click repeat now so you don’t feel abandoned when the sixth track comes to an end.
I meant to post this wonderful new tune from CRUISR on friday, but my two and a half week-old ended up with all of my time last week. I guess this is now the beginning of real life throwing a regular schedule out of whack.
Better late than never is “Throw Shade”, one song of a two track release (along with a new recording of CRUISR’s song “Moving To Neptune”).
RHODES (David Rhodes) takes us on a journey with his delicately raspy vocals in this emotional track. “I wrote the song about running away from something and wanted the momentum of the percussion to feel like I was never turning back,” he said in an interview with TIME.
RHODES is an indie singer-songwriter from the UK who tends to carry a somber tone throughout his pieces. He released his first EP in 2013 with Charlie Fink and James Kenohsa of Noah and the Whale.
This music video below was shot in Cyprus, and though I shamefully get a little sea sick for a moment every time I watch it, it’s so mesmerizing that I keep coming back.
It felt a little bit like a slow week for new songs on the blogs, although I was still able to find you a few gems that you should hear this week. Spend a few minutes with this #trending post, featuring new music from Will Joseph Cook, Oslo Parks, Ofelia K and CHVRCHES.
All Will Joseph Cook is asking for is a minute of your time (actually more like 2:22). “A Minute Of Your Time” is the second track to be revealed from his sophomore EP Proof Enough, to be released on 11th August via Atlantic Records.
Oslo Parks (the joint project of producers Rob Flynn and Ian Booth) are back with a slice of catchy, upbeat synthpop, perfect to add to your summer playlist.
I covered Ofelia K‘s first single “Heart” a few weeks back and today we can hear her second single from the upcoming EP available August 2015 via South By Sea! Take a listen to “As A Bell”.
Finally, here’s the brand new song from CHVRCHES that the internet exploded about yesterday. “Leave A Trace” comes from the bands’ second album Every Open Eye, to be released September 25.