The Music Week Playlist: June 26, 2017

The Music Week Playlist: June 26, 2017

Rita Ora
Your Song,

This Ed Sheeran co-write has been out for a few weeks now, and recent spikes in airplay and singles chart positions hint Ora is onto something.

Contact Sundraj Sreenivasan

DJ Khaled (feat. Rihanna & Bryson Tiller)
Wild Thoughts,
Black Butter

The Horrors
Wolf Tone

Now, for the news that The Horrors return with a noisy, five-minute ear-crusher that niggles relentlessly before plunging into oblivion.

Contact Claire Coulton

Queens Of The Stone Age
The Way You Used To Do,

Ignoring the notion that Josh Homme could swallow Mark Ronson without chewing, their hook up for this groovy comeback works rather well.

Contact James Windle


Catherine McGrath
Never Wanna Fall In Love,
Warner Bros

Weep silently along to this heartbroken country hit when McGrath plays at Under The Bridge on Thursday for Music Week’s RADAR night.

Contact William Luff

Hare Squead

The Irish hip-hop trio drop a trippy, slippery and slinky new track which may well prompt cries of, Anything Atlanta can do, Dublin can do better.

Contact Nic Bestley

The Killers
The Man,
Virgin EMI

People still play Mr Brightside at weddings, and this new single is danceable enough to warrant a place in any After Dinner Bangers playlist.

Contact Rachel Hendry


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