The Music Week Playlist: November 27, 2019

Billie Eilish

This week's hottest new sounds...

Everything I Wanted (Polydor)

Is the teen star telling us she has all she ever dreamed of? As she closes 2019 with a creeping, complex dance banger, it’s tempting to assume so, but things are rarely so simple in Billie’s world.

Contact Ruth Drake

So Heavy I Fell Through The Earth (4AD)

Grimes’ new album is finally confirmed for February 21, and with that news comes her latest alien pop vision, which swooshes and swoops to distraction.

Contact Anna Meacham

All My Life (Turtle Tunes)

This is a big time piano ballad from Charlotte, who heads into 2020 tipped by Ed Sheeran and Lewis Capaldi, among others. What do they know?

Contact Kat Bawden

Slumlord (Rough Trade)

The first cut from Baxter Dury’s Night Chancers LP is a funky delight, the singer peacocking about and delivering deadpan vocals over a greasy bassline.

Contact Jamie Woolgar

High Again (Rose Gray)

Londoner Rose Gray wanders through the reasons people seek release from city life on this soulful new single, which hits hard, finger clicks and all.

Contact Emily Gale

You’re Not God (Domino)

People love Peaky Blinders, and if that means increased exposure for Anna Calvi, then the more the better. This illustrates her gristly style impeccably.

Contact Aoife Kitt

Roses That Cry (Fat Possum/Get Better)

There’s no shortage of great new bands in Philadelphia at the moment and Empath are one of the best. Investigate their right-on psychedelic noise at once.

Contact Dan Carson

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