Juice Wrld drops another big one + Ten Tonnes records a fan favourite
While you’ve been living your best life over the weekend, you might have missed out on these total bangers from your Leeds 2019 line up. Sit back, grab a cuppa, maybe even a biscuit or 3 if you’re feeling daring and catch up on everything you need in your life this week.
Bloxx drop a shiny new EP, ‘Headspace’
Bloxx have finally dropped their latest EP, ‘Headspace’ featuring the previously released single ‘Lay Down’. The pop-tinged album will have you feeling summer vibes even when we’ve got storm Freya battering down the doors.
The Japanese House sample some sweet sounds in ‘You Seemed So Happy’
The solo electro-pop genius is back with her debut album and this belter of a track, ‘You Seemed So Happy’. This is indietronica at its finest and we can’t wait to hear what she has in store for Leeds 2019.
Octavian drops the video for ‘Bet’
And it features Skepta and Michael Phantom – this is one of the best link ups we’ve seen in a while.
Sundara Karma smash it again with ‘Ulfilas’ Alphabet’
Sundara Karma are one of the gifts that just keep giving and giving. Their sophomore release ‘Ulfilas’ Alphabet’ is more complex than their previous work, but it’ll leave you thinking and moving your feet at the same time. The psychedelic twists and bruising guitar lines mean this is going to sound oh, so sweet in the August bank holiday sun.
Juice Wrld drops another big one before his debut album
Juice is immune to making bad songs, ‘Hear Me Calling’ pairs island vibes with his instantly recognisable autotune-laced vocals. With Juice’s ‘Deathrace For Love’ arriving on March 8, we don’t have long to wait for even more goodness. Our playlists are going to be bulging.
Ten Tonnes offers up new track, ‘Lucy’
Already a live favourite, Ten Tonnes has recorded a studio version of ‘Lucy’. His debut album hits streaming services and more on 3rd May, so there’s plenty of time to learn the words before his appearance at this year’s Leeds Fest.
New names coming THIS WEEK
Been living under a rock? Don’t follow us on socials? (What is wrong with you?) We’re announcing even MORE names, this week.
If that new music didn’t get you in the mood for this year’s festival, there’s something wrong with ya. Or maybe you just haven’t secured your tickets yet? That can be sorted out…