A two-minute screamfest that’ll leave you bruised and bloodied signals the return of Wolf Alice. Second album Visions Of A Life drops in September.
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Released in celebration of Pride Month and calling for social change, this has its head and heart in the right place. Also, it’s karaoke-suitable.
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Sigala (feat. Ella Eyre)
Came Here For Love,
Ministry Of Sound
Here’s one for when nothing other than a huge R&B vocal and a sun-splashed pop house beat will do. Ideal for climactic TOWIE scenes, then.
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Future War Bride
The Copenhagen band’s poppy take on psychedelia offers a bright counterpoint to the city’s darker punk bands, so turn that frown upside down.
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Need To Feel Your Love,
Static Shock Records
Cuddle up to the title-track from Sheer Mag’s debut, which softens their punk snarl with palpable desire. The guitars still shred, of course.
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The Cuban-French sisters’ comeback is here to lift your spirits, doing so with a combination of floating harmonies and some pretty serious percussion.
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This heavily tattooed 20-year-old emo rapper is an intriguing pop prospect. Not least due to tracks like this, which mopes along nicely.
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