Lewis Capaldi, HMLTD and ALMA drop fresh new tracks this week
Ready to get your teeth stuck into some new music? We’re spoiling you this week with all the best bits from you 2018 line up. Let’s get into it.
It’s going to be ‘tough’ to top this new Lewis Capaldi
The Scottish singer-songwriter is back showcasing his powerful voice, and ‘Tough’ is another example of how he creates pure poetry with his lyrics. Seriously, this is just magic.
Deaf Havana are back with a banger and a half
Not content with sharing their brand new single, ‘Sinner’ – Deaf Havana have also blessed us with the news of their new album, ‘Rituals’. Their fifth studio album, which is due for release on the 10th August will feature 13 new tracks from the band.
‘Sinner’ might just be this year’s summer hit, listen below to see what you think.
HMLTD bring the sleaze in ‘Pictures of You’
The South-London band just dropped the video for ‘Pictures of You’ and it’s a sleazy, yet glamorous video that explores sex, breakups, fake news and the power of online platforms. FYI, maybe don’t watch this one at work – we did, and that’s why it’s now our last day.
This Pendulum x Skrillex remix will leave you speechless
Your BBC Radio 1 Stage headliners just released this reggae summer-twinged remix of ‘The Island. You’re not dreaming, this is huge.
ALMA teams up with the ultimate girl gang
Before we start, here’s your warning. This video is also NSFW – there we go, you can’t blame us now. Swedish star Tove Lo has roped in some huge names for her song, ‘Bitches’ including R&L 2018 performer, ALMA.
Big Shaq get hitched
How many cameos can Big Shaq fit into the ‘Man Don’t Dance’ video? We’ll leave it to you to count. News flash, even the jacket comes off.
Don Broco go back to the future
Show us a better video this week, we dare you. Watch them bring their ‘Greatness’ below before they head to Reading and Leeds this year.
All these artists and more head to this year’s Leeds Festival.
Want in? You’re going to want to get your hands on tickets then? What’s that? Oh, here they are, all in one handy place.