Thank God It’s Friday! And what an end of week this has been. New albums, new comebacks, and so much quality songs being released that we struggled to select just six. Starting with singer-songwriting quality we were over the moon with the new high paced electronic hits. If you can only hear six songs this weekend, listen to these:
Laura Marling – Wild Fire
With a new, and eagerly anticipated album, on its way (March 10th), Laura Marling has spread the love this week with Wild Fire. Sounding like a new story-telling with old costumes this is a song so very easy to love and to sing along, that we feel it has been taken out of a family story. Here you go, with everything you need to let yourself be serenaded:
Bonobo feat. Nick Murphy – No Reason
Bonobo joined forces with Nick Murphy (fka Chet Faker) and released No Reason earlier this month. Yesterday, Friday the 13th, he released his new (and sixth!) LP Migration. This album features Kerala and Break Apart (with Rhye). No Reason creates an dark, spooky atmosphere that draws you in with an hypnotic percussion and addictive chorus. Make sure to enjoy thoroughly:
Seramic – I Got You
Probably the most groovy song released this week, Marcus Foster newest single as Seramic is a case of love at first hearing. I Got You is the second advance from forthcoming sophomore EP, after the virtuous Greg’s Love and if this keep its going in the next months it will easily be one of 2017 best acts. For now, this got us, really hard.
LOYAL – Moving As One
LOYAL are Where the Music Meets veterans. We’ve been addicted to them ever since late 2015 when Blue & The Green was released. Later on House for You proved them to be one exciting act to follow. Now Moving As One has done them and that wait justice. Light and bright, this single is about the moment, fearlessness and raw emotion.
Sinkane – Telephone
Grab your spirit, move your legs, do not try to be indifferent to Sinkane‘s newest single. Telephone is the ideal song to celebrate the weekend. Keeping the flow in a almost clinical falsetto this is very rightly supported by a merge between groovy pop, parts of RnB and that special little bit of electronic. It will keep on calling us.
Tessa Rae – Young Blood
Our first ever new secret, Tessa Rae keeps her thing going on, with the third single coming out as catchy, as pop and as convincing as we could expect. Young Blood shows several layers of Tessa vocal register, and its vibe is not only very dance-able but also electrically solid and lyrically sensual. Great pop, we’re still fans.