Kasabian – Algorithms
Leicester rock legends Kasabian return with ‘Algorithms’, a track which addresses the rapid developments in A.I.
Pixey – Daisy Chain
Liverpool-based singer-songwriter Pixey shared her first new music since her debut mini-album Dreams, Pains & Paper Planes arrived last year.
Killer Mike (feat. Young Thug) – RUN
Atlanta rap titan and Run the Jewels member Killer Mike, dropped his feature-heavy sixth studio album, enlisting Young Thug on pensive third track to relay how he might have made his way out of a life of drug-dealing, but he still feels like he’s on the run.
Olivia Dean (feat. Leon Bridges) – The Hardest Part
Olivia Dean collaborates with American soul star Leon Bridges for one of the smoothest linkups all week.
Bombay Bicycle Club – My Big Day
Endearing indie-rock long-timers Bombay Bicycle Club announced their forthcoming sixth studio album via its lead single and title track. The new record is set to feature the likes of Damon Albarn, Nilüfer Yanya and Holly Humberstone.
Sigur Rós – Blóðberg
Iceland’s Sigur Rós released their first track in seven years. ‘Blóðberg’ is a typically majestic orchestral work of beauty. The track preceded surprise new album, ÁTTA.
Coach Party – Born Leader
Coach Party dropped the latest single from their eagerly-anticipated debut album, Killjoy, set for release on 8 September. The Isle of Wight quartet have also just been announced for Glastonbury as part of the BBC Introducing stage lineup.
Tummyache – Circling the Drain
Up next for the run of releases celebrating ten years since prestigious label Speedy Wunderground was founded, DIY stalwarts Tummyache share marauding tune ‘Circling the Drain’.
Peggy Gou – (It Goes Like) Nanana
Peggy Gou returned with her first new music in nearly two years, with ‘(It Goes Like) Nanana’ inspired by the house and pop classics that contributed to the Balearic sound, alongside 90s and 2000s dance anthems.
Ash Olsen – Remedy
Norwegian rapper finds love to be the cure in the closing track of her debut album, Golden Child.