5 Tracks You Need To Hear This Week (04/06/16)

HERE ARE FIVE AWESOME TRACKS YOU NEED TO HEAR THIS WEEK! AND SEND US YOUR TRACKS TO SHOPLIFTERSUNI@GMAIL.COM AND DON’T FORGET TO LIKE US ON FACEBOOK AND FOLLOW US ON TWITTER!

 

The Orange Kyte – International Caveman

Describing themselves as an experimental music project, The Orange Kyte are half way to their goal of releasing a single a month this year, with release number 6, International Caveman. Seemingly based in Vancouver The Orange Kytes latest release is dripping in 60’s vibes based on shoegaze ethics, the pshycadelic vocals and hypnotic guitar, along with everything else coming from this track, are a captivating insight into the mind of the collectives main staple, Stevie Moonboots.

 

 

 

 

Delta Palms – Sail Astray

Taken from his debut EP, released on cassette through California based Wiener, Sail Astray  is a more evolved sound that we’ve heard from Manchester based Delta Palms in the based. Bigger, more anthemic noise and beautiful guitar tones, he’s becoming a master of his craft in these early days. It’s glorious sun kissed guitars only add to the job, pick up the EP here.

 

Lola Colt – Moonlight Mixing

Somewhere between 60’s doo-wop and modern alt rock ‘Moonlight Mixing’ is a riff heavy, carefully crafted track thats pack with power and drive throughout. It’s the first released from Lola Colt’s second album and takes influence from psych and glam in separate measures through this exciting pounding track.

 

 

 

Landmarks – Cutting Strings

Manchester Pop-Punk band Landmarks released the new video for their latest single Cutting Strings. Charming hooks and killer riffs in the first glimpse of new EP ‘In Spite of it All’, with heart felt vocal and an unmistakeable sense of determination and passion that oozes out of everything this band does.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Delphina Kings – Holding Me Up

This North West indie pop trio have just dropped one of the most feel good singles of the year, with obvious parallels to the likes of The 1975, it’s one to pull out on one of these rainy summer days. it’s an except debut from a recently formed band with driving vocal hooks along with riffs and beats that challenge your feet to stay still.

 

 

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