5 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (20/07/15)

Here are the 5 tracks that we’ve not been able to stop listening to and that you need to hear this week. Got something you think we need to hear? Get in touch at Shopliftersuni@gmail.com and keep up to date on Facebook and Twitter.

Landmarks – Worse for Wear

The latest single from Manchester Pop Punk rising stars Landmarks is as guitar and beat heavy as ever, riddle with hooks and riffs, a big chorus and sharp lyrics the boys have really come into their own on the Fighting Gravity EP. Worse for Wear is another enormous tune, and it’s easy to hear some of the influence front man Brad Shea told us about. (Read the article here)

 

 

Just Millie – Lanterns

At only 20 years old, Just Millie is making a real impression already with her own brand of encapsulating acoustic Indie. Lanterns is a dreamy pop effort that’s steeped in wavy acoustic guitar with her hypnotizing voice guiding a pitch perfect tour through a rainbow of emotions. Hints of Ellie Goulding make it feel a somewhat familiar sound but this is a truly unique experience on the whole. Hear ‘Lanterns’ here.

Gold Jacks – ‘Take It Back’

Stepping into your ears straightening it’s bow tie like a Bond theme song, Gold Jacks latest single is a seductive, swarve piece of Rock ‘n’ Roll with filthy undertones that have essence of QOTSA. Sleek guitar tones that ooze cool, rock solid beats and wintry ice-cold vocals that’ll send chills.

toe – The World According To

Japanese music group Toe have streamed their new track ‘The World According To’. Math rock beats and melodic smooth, Latin guitar sounds create peaceful bubble around this song that encapsulates ears and hearts. It’s all in anticipation of toe’s new album ‘Hear You’ due next month, which promises to be a treat of steady drums and clean guitar sounds that flow fast and beautiful.

Leonard Hammersly – Bleeding Out

The haunting vocal stones of Leonard Hammersly have been circulating the bars of Manchester for some years not and it’s clear he’s spent that time perfecting his craft, The video for new track Bleeding Out see’s the Scottish native sharing his amazing vocal tone accompanied with his own brand guitar style that makes the soul flutter, combined with his amazing range it’s exciting times for the start of a career that’s been a long time in the making.

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