Track Of The Day

Cold War Kids – Miracle Mile

by Andy Baber

Cold War Kids have announced the release of their fourth studio album, Dear Miss Lonelyhearts, on 1 April via Downtown. In anticipation of the release, the band is currently streaming the album’s engaging lead single,…



Little Boots – Motorway

by Andy Baber

Little Boots, aka Victoria Hesketh, has announced her return by streaming new song Motorway before the release of her second album, Nocturnes, which is set to be released via Kobalt on 6 May. The song is...

Peace – Follow Baby

by Andy Baber

Birmingham quartet Peace have unveiled the video to their new single Follow Baby, which precedes the release of their highly-anticipated debut album In Love via Columbia on 25 March. The video, directed by RobRob, shows...

Shiny Toy Guns – Waiting Alone

by Andy Baber

LA electro-pop band Shiny Toy Guns have announced their return to the UK with the free giveaway of Waiting Alone, which precedes the release of new album III via Five Seven Music on 20 May....

Primal Scream – 2013

by Martyn Young

Primal Scream have returned with 2013, their first single in five years and the lead track from their forthcoming 10th studio album More Light. Accompanied by a video full of dark imagery of hooded men,...

No Joy – Lunar Phobia

by Martyn Young

Montreal based trio No Joy have announced their return with Lunar Phobia, the first single from their forthcoming second album Wait To Pleasure. It is a deeply impressive return from a band that perfectly mixes...

Kate Nash – 3AM

by Martyn Young

Ahead of the release of her third album Girl Talk next month, Kate Nash has unveiled the video for her current single and the album’s lead track, 3AM. Mirroring the lovelorn, bittersweet melancholy of the...

Icona Pop – I Love It

by Andy Baber

Swedish electro-pop girl duo Icona Pop have announced the UK release date for their huge single I Love It (feat. Charli XCX), which will be available to buy on 17 March through Atlantic. Icona Pop...

Tyler, The Creator – Domo 23

by Martyn Young

Tyler, The Creator, the leader of notorious hip-hop collective Odd Future, has announced his return with second album Wolf, the follow up to 2011’s Goblin. Wolf features three unique album covers all with different images...

Justin Timberlake – Mirrors

by Martyn Young

Ahead of the release of his long awaited third album The 20/20 Experience, Justin Timberlake has premiered another brand new track following last month’s comeback single Suit & Tie. Mirrors is another collaboration with long-time...

The Thermals – Born To Kill

by Martyn Young

Portland Punk rock trio The Thermals have returned with Born To Kill, the first single from their forthcoming fifth album Desperate Ground. Accompanied by a now seemingly in vogue lyric video, the straight-ahead punk rock...

Kurt Vile – Wakin On A Pretty Daze

by Andy Baber

Kurt Vile has announced his return with details for his latest LP, Wakin On A Pretty Daze, the follow-up to his critically-acclaimed fourth album Smoke Ring For My Halo. The Philadelphia singer-songwriter’s eagerly anticipated fifth...

Suede – It Starts And Ends With You

by Martyn Young

Suede’s career renaissance following their 2010 reunion has swiftly gathered pace with the premiere of a supremely stylish new video for It Starts And Ends With You. The song is the lead single from their...

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Jubilee Street

by Michael Hubbard

Ahead of the release of Push The Sky Away later this month, today Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds unveiled the new video for one of the album’s highlights, Jubilee Street. Directed by long time...

Hurts – Miracle

by Michael Hubbard

Hurts return this spring with their second album Exile, and the first full-length video from it, for Miracle, was revealed today. You can watch it below. The snappily dressed duo, whose European tour kicks off...

The Knife – Full Of Fire

by Michael Hubbard

The Knife have unveiled a full length video for Full Of Fire. The track is taken from Shaking The Habitual, Karin Dreijer Andersson and Olof Dreijer’s first studio album in seven years, which is due...

Autoheart – Lent

by Michael Hubbard

Don’t say it too loudly, but 2013 could finally see Autoheart’s debut album break cover. The band evolved from The Gadsdens, whose spine-tingling first track Sailor Song was a favourite of ours some five years...