The Music Week Playlist: July 18, 2016

The Music Week Playlist: July 18, 2016

Ready For The Magic FatCat Records

Revealed alongside news of the Scottish duo’s forthcoming second album, Babes Never Die, due for release November 4.
Contact: Debbie Ball

Pain Sub Pop

Newly signed to Sub Pop, the band will release third album Return To Love on September 23.

Contact: Thom Denson

Furnaces Polydor Records

Taken from the forthcoming album of the same name, the singer’s seventh record, and released on the same day (August 19).
Contact: Rory Cramsie


Pipedreams National Anthem/Columbia

Out now, the 22-year-old singer’s new track follows last year’s EPs HD Malibu and Saturday Night Feeling.
Contact: James Windle

Safe And Sound Because Music/Ed Banger

Released as a free download from
the electronic duo’s new website,
the new single is out now on
digital services.
Contact: Jack Beadle

Without Love Epitaph

The band’s first album since 2004 (and their first on Epitaph since 1996’s Everything Sucks), Hypercaffium Spazzinate is out July 29.

Contact: James Sherry

Map Of The Moon 37 Adventures

Previously known as Deptford Goth, the singer returns with an as-yet-untitled album, out later this year.
Contact: Duncan Jordan


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