Hey Gigantic Gang,
We’ve got the tunes and the tracks freshly released in our #NewMusicFriday blog and playlist. Enjoy the big fat bangers and get your hands on the hottest gig and festival tickets too!
Have a good time, all the time xx
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It’s been a good long wait for Warpaint fans, but after six years the psyche-tinged indie rockers are back with their fourth record Radiate Like This. Glowing with confidence, the L.A. girl gang have once again reinvented themselves and returned with a more considered record reflecting the slow pace taken to create it.
“It’s the first time we’ve ever made an album like that, but in a weird way, it made us take our time with everything. The process felt more meditative, less rushed” – Emily Kokal
11/05 Warpaint – O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol
12/05 Warpaint – Albert Hall, Manchester
17/05 Warpaint – De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea
18/05 Warpaint – Roundhouse, London
For her second record How To Let Go Sigrid How To Let Go; acclaimed Norwegian popstar Sigrid followed up her platinum selling debut Sucker Punch by decamping to the blue sunkissed skies of L.A. where she soaked up the psyche drenched environment and embraced even more experimentation. The resulting record is both an intriguing listen and a joy to experience.
How To Let Go Sigrid How To Let Go includes the inspired track “Burning Bridges” which will soon become everyone’s favourite breakup anthem.
“It's definitely open for interpretation in terms of what kind of break-up I'm talking about, but it's inspired by one of the toughest things I've been through”
22 – 24/07 Tramlines – Hillsborough Park, Sheffield
12/11 Sigrid – OVO Arena Wembley, London