After the success of moving from “tracks of the day” to “tracks of the week”, we’ve decided to keep this feature for the foreseeable future. So here are this weeks tracks of the week!
#177: Flyte – Echoes
We were going to add this one onto last weeks and then remembered it after it went to post… But I’ve enjoyed Flyte‘s music for a while now, most especially their tracks ‘Light Me Up’ and ‘Eloise’. ‘Echoes‘ however, takes a darker, more maturer approach in comparison to their previous tracks which is only a good thing.
#178: New Carnival – Run For Cover
We’ve featured, Bristol based indie-rock quartet, New Carnival in the past and if one thing’s for sure, we know that their tracks are mighty catchy. ‘Run For Cover‘ is much darker in comparison to their previous single and if anything it’s much more daring, even flaunting a seductive side of their sound.
#179: Bleach Girls – No Fun
Bleach Girls are a surf-punk duo from Byron Bay, New South Wales and the track ‘No Fun‘ is taken from their debut EP, ‘Hi!’. Quite the opposite of what the name suggests, the track is lively, boisterous with a punk attitude, yet it still has a laid back feel to it.
#180: Avalanche Party – Solid Gold
Garage-punk band, Avalanche Party hail from the North Yorkshire Moors and their latest track ‘Solid Gold‘ is filled with confidence. It’s harsh, raw and straight to the point, with catchy melodies and roaring guitars.
#181: Palm Honey – Palace
Palm Honey are a Reading/London based, psychedelic quartet whose latest EP ‘Tucked Into The Electronic Wave’ was released just a few weeks ago. ‘Palace‘ harbours hypnotic synths with dreamlike qualities that are layered under repetitive guitar melodies throughout. Mid-track, there’s even a saxophone solo, so what’s not to like?
#182: Messy Bird – Dirty Knees
Messy Bird are a Brighton based, psych-rock trio and ‘Dirty Knees‘ is their first single, which was released two weeks ago. The track is layered with fuzz, distortion and yet even more fuzz to create a distinctive, yet unique trippy style.