It’s Thursday already, so here we are again with another bumper batch of brand new releases that have been brought to our attention either via streaming services or our frequent readers. It goes without saying that the volume of sizzling new bangers that dropped this week is as overwhelming as ever, and we can’t begin to thank you all enough for your recommendations and/or submissions to our weekly “Noteworthy Nods” playlist.
Highlights from our previous playlist included brand-new material from The Reytons, The Chase, The Kaves, Michael Gallagher, Bandit, Stanleys, The Facades and George Hennessey (and this is available here in case you missed it). And today’s curated cuts include new tunes from the likes of Bayboards, The Mercians, The Lilacs, The Royston Club and a brand new track taken from The Lathums‘ hugely-anticipated second LP “From Nothing to a Little Bit More” that is on track to top the UK album charts this week.
As always, we’re all about getting the word out, especially when it comes to rising bands who appreciate, and deserve, all the support they can get, so you’d be doing them all a big favor by showing your support for the music you’ve been enjoying on our lists by sending them your love on social media.
After all, a tweet, an Instagram post, or even just a retweet doesn’t cost a penny and goes a long way to helping musicians out. We’re also always more than grateful for any suggestions/recommendations our readers might have which we’d love for you to share with us over on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter. You can also contact Howard Gorman directly on Twitter here where his DM door is always open for any recommendations.
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. You can watch/rewatch all previous episodes via the video playlist below featuring the likes of Turin Brakes, Embrace, The Sherlocks, Stanleys, The K’s, The Native, The Clause, and many more.
It’s time to sign off but don’t be a stranger! Please do 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.