Weekly Playlist

This week I have been listening to some new releases, old music and of course drowned myself in The Smiths. Some things never change.

Foals - Inhaler
Already, I have heard two tracks from Foals' upcoming third album 'Holy Fire'. The first being this song 'Inhaler' and the other being 'My Number'. Both contain the standard Foals sound, making the tracks sound effortless but classic at the same time.
For fans of: The Drums, Bombay Bicycle Club, The Horrors and Bloc Party.


Blue Foundation - Eyes On Fire
I'll admit that yes, I heard this years ago on the Twilight soundtrack. However I had always regarded it as just an okay song. My opinion changed when this track was featured on the latest episode of The Vampire Diaries. I downloaded it and now I am hooked.
For fans of: The XX, Alt-J, The Maccabees, Breton and Bastille.


Imagine Dragons - Radioactive
This song is everywhere at the moment - it's massive. I was browsing iTunes for something new, and I came across this song. Upon previewing I realised I'd heard this on the radio daily. Like me, you have probably heard this but remained unaware of the title. Give it a listen it's really good.
For fans of: Passion Pit, The Black Keys, Broken Bells, Young the Giant and The Wombats.


The Smiths - Bigmouth Strikes Again
Yes, I feature The Smiths every week but they are one (of two) of my favourite bands and I can't resist. This song comes from the album 'The Queen Is Dead'. It was their third studio album and the most dramatic, of their back catalogue. It won't change your life but it's still bloody good.
For fans of: Morrissey, Johnny Marr, Joy Division, The Beatles and The Kinks.


Johnny Marr - The Messenger
By now you're probably aware of how much I love The Smiths, so it's only natural I adore Johnny Marr too. As you can imagine, I am so excited for his new album (also called The Messenger) to be released early next year. This is the lead track from the album and it's brilliant. Check it out.
For fans of: The Smiths, Morrissey, The Cure, The Stone Roses and David Bowie.


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