An exciting selection of releases are set to drop this week, with the albums side of things glimmering with debuts from Jess Glynne and The Bohicas. 19 year-old SOAK also brings us the latest from her debut album Before We Forgot How To Dream. Read our picks of the latest releases, below.
Jess Glynne, who catapulted to fame after featuring on Clean Bandit’s ‘Rather Be’, will bring us her debut album I Cry When I Laugh on Friday. Featuring acoustic tracks like ‘Ain’t Got Far To Go’, as well as her chart-topping ‘Hold My Hand’, the debut will showcase Glynne’s vocals and make known that she doesn’t need dance backing to make good music. Out via Atlantic.
Another debut this week is The Making Of, from Essex four-piece The Bohicas. The band began as school friends with the common interests of The Beatles and The Kinks, and have since exploded into the music scene with their intoxicating sound. The Making Of will feature older singles, ‘Swarm’ and ‘XXX’, as well as newer material like the explosive ‘Where You At’. Out via Domino.
Moth Boys is Spector’s follow up to their 2012 debut, Enjoy It While It Lasts. The London based indie rock outfit first featured on the BBC Sound of 2012 list, and their second studio album will feature singles ‘All The Sad Young Men’ and ‘Bad Boyfriend’. Out via Fiction.
Combining incredibly honest lyrics with refreshingly emotive vocals, SOAK’s latest single ‘B a noBody’ is high in nostalgia value and is perfect for those moments of reflection – very easy to relate to. Out via Rough Trade.
A collaboration between Tiesto and KSHMR was always going to be big, but new single ‘Secrets’ is pure main room house with infectious vocals from Vassy and an anthemic hook that sticks long in the memory. Out via PM:AM Recordings.
The emphatic rise of Ella Eyre continues with ‘Good Times’ which definitely has those summer vibes with its fast pace and Eyre’s strong, now recognisable vocals. Another instant hit from the young Brit. Out via Virgin.