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New Music Friday! - Gigs in Scotland Spotify Playlist

New Music Friday! - Gigs in Scotland Spotify Playlist

NEW MUSIC THIS WEEK

It’s our favourite time of the week… New Music Friday! Head over to our Spotify channel and check out our New Music Friday playlist to hear the latest releases from our Gigs in Scotland touring artists

Originally intended as a duet ‘Close To You’ essentially sees Dayglow duet with himself as shown in the new video for the song. Sloan describes the song as being about the tension between two people at a party that never said hello” which harks back to the theme of many an 80’s movie and music video. Melancholic synth pop at its finest

Baby Queen is back with ‘Raw Thoughts’ her first new song since last year’s debut EP Medicine. The rising pop star, aka Bella Latham, spoke of the song by saying that it’s probably the most important song I’ve released to date because it’s actually the song that catalysed what has become the sound of Baby Queen.” The sound of Baby Queen looks set to take 2021’s pop landscape by storm

Sleaford Mods have just dropped new album Spare Ribs. Highlight of the record comes courtesy of ‘Nudge It’ which pairs the band with Amy Taylor from Amyl and the Sniffers. Jason Williamson’s snarling social commentary fits perfectly with Amy’s punky Aussie drawl to have a swipe at “posers” taking advantage of deprivation for a photoshoot. The Nottingham duo head out on tour in November with a stop at Barrowland on 18th. Click here for tickets

‘Don’t Play’ is the latest cut from DJ Nicholas Gale, better known as Digital Farm Animals. The song has a classic old school garage vibe to it and features vocals from Anne-Marie and YouTuber turned rapper KSI. The video shows Anne-Marie being trained by KSI into a combative warrior who shows off her skills in an underground fight club. A rather fitting nod to 1999 when ‘Fight Club’ was the must see movie and UK garage was dominating the airwaves

After a number of teasers online the past few weeks Ghetts has now come out all guns blazing in the video for ‘Skengman’ featuring Stormzy. The song is taken from forthcoming album Conflict of Interest which we were introduced to with the crossed-out tracklist at the end of the video to previous single ‘Proud Family.’ This is a record we can’t wait to hear!