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BRAND NEW BANGERS: Noteworthy Nods 2022, Week 30

CinemaChord’s “Noteworthy Nods” is our weekly playlist, curated every Thursday featuring a selection of the latest sizzling new bangers from bands and musicians that you just can’t afford to ignore.

Last week’s list of favorites included new releases from the likes of UninvitedRed TelephoneSunset CollectiveComfortsThe NotionFinding BellaMARMA, and Theatre Royal, and today’s “nods” list features another eclectic mix of prime singles from artists including Camens, The Slates, Bleach Lab, CIEL, The Big Moon, lostboy and Turin Brakes. So crank up those speakers and enjoy this week’s lineup, and be sure to share your favorites with us on social media.

We trust you’ll find a fair few tracks from our selection that you dig as much as we are and, as always, please do drop us a tweet to let us (and, more importantly, to let the artists) know which ones you’ve added to your playlists.

Aside from the aforementioned track recommendations, our Noteworthy section includes weekly videocast interviews featuring musical talent we hope are either already or, about to become your new favorite artists – with a couple artists featured in today’s playlist (lostboy and BlackWaters) having appeared as guests already. You can watch/rewatch all episodes released to date via the video playlist below. And we can now also confirm that our next guest on the Noteworthy vodcast is Embrace frontman, Danny McNamara so watch this space for that.

As always, don’t be a stranger! Please send any recommendations or track submissions to us over on Twitter and Instagram. We look forward to hearing from you and hope you enjoy the tracks we’ve picked out for you this week.

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