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Incorporating talent from across the globe, check out our five Tracks of the Week taken from our meticulously-curated BRAND NEW playlist showcasing some of the most exciting up-and-coming talents around.
1. Clyde Crooks – ‘Alice!’
‘Alice!’ is the latest single from rising experimental artist and model Clyde Crooks. There’s not all too much out there on the elusive songwriter but following the release of his debut EP ‘Septimus’ in 2021, his latest offering begins to carve out new sonic territory drawing from a canon of soulful and introspective pop.
2. RADA – ‘Tightrope’ feat. SHEMYYY
A self-proclaimed “emotional bunny from London”, RADA’s glossy brand of hyperpop is gaining seem serious momentum in underground circles across the capital and the rest of Europe. Teaming up with SHEMYYY on new track ‘Tightrope’, the pair’s enigmatic chemistry is for all to see.
3. Belot – ‘Fake Phone Calls’
London-based alt-pop songstress Belot’s new single ‘Fake Phone Calls’ is about almost running into your ex. Synonymous with making awkward and relatable anthems, her latest offering teases the imminent arrival of her new EP ‘Harmless Fun’, out June 10.
4. Sarabean – ‘Belonged’
Still in her teen years, Sarabean’s kaleidoscopic indie folk is influenced by the likes of Portishead and Bleachers. The American singer-songwriter’s latest track ‘Belonged’ showcases the homespun beats and danceable vibes that has charmed her steadily growing and devote fan base.
5. UTO – ‘Souvent parfois’
‘Souvent parfois’ is the second single to be released from UTO’s upcoming album ‘Touch The Lock’. The Paris duo swap English for the language of Molière and sing about the obsessive lack of a loved one. You’ll want to keep this two-piece on your radar going forward.
Check out last week’s BRAND NEW Tracks of the Week, featuring entries from XATIVA, Len, Nyluu and more.