Whether you’ll be driving down to the beach, having a Barbeque or visiting the in-laws, we have provided the soundtrack to whichever quintessential Bank Holiday activity you have decided to indulge in this weekend.

Suede – Life Is Golden 

The second single release taken from their upcoming album packs their trademarked punch of Oakes’ relentless riffs and Anderson’s operatic vocals. This time the message is significantly less nihilistic than their usual morose lyrics, but we do hope nobody is suffering from radiation poisoning with the accompanying video being a sweep of Chernobyl’s decayed landscape.

ELOÏS – Drop Dead Gorgeous

Dripping in sultriness a la Lana Del Rey but with subtle, electro beats providing the kick.

Club Drive – WDYD 

Light-hearted pop which asks the heavy questions. Have an existential crisis as you bop along to the sunny riffs.

Bionic – Change

Lo-fi synths allow the straight-to-the-point punchy vocals to muse upon relationship woes.

Laurel – Adored  

A fusion of genres as electro-pop blends its colours with a classic rock attitude. We adore Laurel’s latest single.

Young Romance – Prying Eye 

Streaming for one week only, powerhouse vocals push through a vintage distortion and relentless, dizzying riffs. In true form from the duo, the lyrics will cut straight to your core.

Riva Taylor – Chaos Killed The Thrill 

Taylor’s reverberating vocals sing from the soul as soaring hooks combine with a steady, marching rhythm to create an anthemic hit.

The Skinner Brothers – I Wanna Get High

Perfect for those who want a nostalgic throwback to the mid-noughties with direct references to The Libertines and Slim Shady. Although brimming with testosterone, the laid back groove has you kicking back by the first few bars.

I am Karate – News

The latest track from the Swedish duo jumps straight into all the fun of care-free synths whilst still containing an element of bubble-pop innocence.

The House Gospel Choir – Battle 

The choir pull us onto the dancefloor with classic harmonies fuelling us with inspiration layered above a euphoric, house beat.

Nnic – Pillars

A gentle tempo coupled with Nnic’s dreamy vocals lulls us into a floating state of bliss.

Eves Karydas – Damn Loyal

A dream pop hit which has floated to our ears from the other side of the world. Sun-drenched, contagious beats and playful beats remind us why we’re damn loyal to Karydas.





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