The Music Week Playlist: July 23, 2018

The Music Week Playlist: July 23, 2018

Honey Hahs
Stop Him (Rough Trade)

The South Londoners trail debut album Dear Someone Happy Something with a chilling song that suggests Donald Trump could be something of a prat. Wonder if he’s heard it yet?

Contact Jamie Woolgar

Schedules (Island)

The fifth and final track from Sigrid’s
Raw EP is icy and minimal, building patiently to a chorus that’s pure dancefloor dynamite.

Contact Elspeth Merry

The Lemon Twigs
Small Victories (4AD)

The Twigs opted to record a musical opus rather than a standard second album, and this loose twanger hints that Go To School (August 24) will be epic.

Contact Annette Lee

Lavender (So Recordings)

Seventeen-year-old East Londoner Max Hanley puts his quick-witted, observational lyrics front and centre in a gently skewed indie confection.

Contact Elliot Mitchell

The Internet
La Di Da (Columbia)

You’ll struggle to find a funkier intro than this all summer. Dig into its bassy delights on parent album Hive Mind (out this week) at once.

Contact Claire Coulton

21 Pilots
Jumpsuit (Fueled By Ramen)

One of the returns of the year has lift off, as Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun come back with a track that sputters and roars like an idling motorcycle.

Contact Tomas Fraser

Sasha Brown
Boom Boom (She Got That) (Sasha Brown)

Here’s a banging new single from London-based singer-songwriter and DJ Sasha Brown. Clearly, someone knows their house pop very well.

Contact Sasha Brown

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