5 TRACKS YOU NEED TO HEAR THIS WEEK (21/03/16)

HERE ARE FIVE AWESOME TRACKS YOU NEED TO CHECK OUT THIS WEEK! YOU CAN SEND YOUR TRACKS, SUGGESTIONS OR COMPLAINTS TO SHOPLIFTERSUNI@GMAIL.COM. (WE TRY TO LISTEN TO EVERYTHING AND GIVE EVERYONE FEED BACK SO HANG TIGHT)

 

 

 

Summerhouse- Chlorine

By dropping the first track from their upcoming debut EP, Manchester four-piece Summerhouse have sent a message that despite being new kids they can make just as much noise as anyone. Chlorine is a heavenly track bread from the Surf/Shoegaze crossover that seems to feed us so many great bands. Lo-fi vocals and jangled guitars and fuzz jackets ride over beats that dictate and rapid fills. An unreal first effort from the surf-grunge rookies. (Jake McGloin)

 

 

 

Telethon – A Funny Thing Happened To Me

Wisconsin band Telethon have released new single A Funny Thing Happened To Me from their new album Citrosis. Musically it’s the melodic guitar harmonies of Thin Lizzy meeting the punky rhythm of Weezer. Whilst lyrically there’s an honesty reminicent of Modern Baseball. Pop Punk fans check it out. (Thomas Durkan)

 

 

 

WSTRN – Come Down

After their massive debute single In2, WSTRN are back with follow up Come Down. Having remixed club classic Love Comes Down, the London boys use the typically infectious beat to show off their diverse range of voices. Expect this song to be playing at clubs all summer long. (Thomas Durkan)

 

 

 

 

 

Lusaint – High

The ambient sound of singer songwriter Lusaint makes for incredibly easy listening. The sparse backing track allows Lusaint’s voice to take control of the song and really highlights the amount of talent she possesses. It’s indietronica in the vein of Lorde and FKA Twigs. (Thomas Durkan)

 

 

 

 

Dam Gilla- The Undertow

Chicargo native Adam Gill, former frontman of psych pop band YAWN, has just released his second single The Undertow from upcoming EP Face The Sun. This song is what summer sounds like, it’s a big rocking pop anthem that will get anyone dancing, close your eyes and you’re in Miami at spring break. Throw in a Brian May esq guitar solo and some chanting and you have a hit. (Thomas Durkan)

 

 

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