Every week the world produces tonnes of new music for us to explore and listen to, so we’ve put together a small list of a few of our favourites of the week. Each track has been linked below.
Nina Nesbitt – Colder
‘Colder’ is Nina’s sixth and final single from her upcoming album ‘The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change’. ‘Colder’ is a song about the aftermath of having your heart broken and explaining to someone why you find it hard to open up. Nina Nesbitt will be touring the UK from 8th April starting in Bristol. ‘The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change’ is out 1st February.
Chance the Rapper – My Own Thing
Chance the Rapper has returned with fellow Chicago rapper Joey Purp to release new single ‘My Own Thing’. The lyrics tell fans to stay out of his DMs as he has loyalties to his woman, a positive concept on not cheating that is uncommon in rap songs. Earlier this month, Chance announced he is working on a new movie musical ‘Hope’, following Chicago teenagers using art to create a change in their community.
Emily Burns – Damn Good Liar
Emily Burns is a Scottish pop singer who writes songs about love, relationships and revenge. ‘Damn Good Liar’ is Emily’s first single since the release of her debut mini-album ‘Seven Scenes from the Same Summer’ earlier this year. ‘Damn Good Liar’ was written in retaliation to being let down by someone close to her, a song of revenge.
Circa Waves – Movies
‘Movies’ is the first single from Circa Waves’ recently announced third album ‘What’s It Like Over There?’. The single is a classic Circa Waves song with a fun, stylish, upbeat vibe and a catchy chorus full of guitar hooks and electronic drums.
Sean McGowan – Romance Ain’t Dead
Sean McGowan released his latest single ‘Romance Ain’t Dead’ this week. The single is from his debut album ‘Son of the Smith’. The song was written after Sean spent many hours working in retail, watching people day-dream about alternative lifestyles and escaping the mundane. You can catch Sean McGowan at The 1865, Southampton on 15th December 2018 where he will be playing his biggest hometown gig ever.