The Music Week Playlist: July 23, 2018

The Music Week Playlist: July 23, 2018

Honey Hahs
Stop Him (Rough Trade)

The South Londoners trail debut album Dear Someone Happy Something with a chilling song that suggests Donald Trump could be something of a prat. Wonder if he’s heard it yet?

Contact Jamie Woolgar


Sigrid
Schedules (Island)

The fifth and final track from Sigrid’s
Raw EP is icy and minimal, building patiently to a chorus that’s pure dancefloor dynamite.

Contact Elspeth Merry
elspeth.merry@umusic.com


The Lemon Twigs
Small Victories (4AD)

The Twigs opted to record a musical opus rather than a standard second album, and this loose twanger hints that Go To School (August 24) will be epic.

Contact Annette Lee


Leyma
Lavender (So Recordings)

Seventeen-year-old East Londoner Max Hanley puts his quick-witted, observational lyrics front and centre in a gently skewed indie confection.

Contact Elliot Mitchell
elliot.mitchell@zeitgeist.co.uk


The Internet
La Di Da (Columbia)

You’ll struggle to find a funkier intro than this all summer. Dig into its bassy delights on parent album Hive Mind (out this week) at once.

Contact Claire Coulton
claire.coulton@s-414.com


21 Pilots
Jumpsuit (Fueled By Ramen)

One of the returns of the year has lift off, as Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun come back with a track that sputters and roars like an idling motorcycle.

Contact Tomas Fraser
tomas.fraser@atlanticrecords.co.uk


Sasha Brown
Boom Boom (She Got That) (Sasha Brown)

Here’s a banging new single from London-based singer-songwriter and DJ Sasha Brown. Clearly, someone knows their house pop very well.

Contact Sasha Brown
sashabrownmusicofficial@gmail.com

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