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
Manchester rapper IAMDDB storms into 2021 with dancehall bop ‘Wa’hum.’ A new video accompanies the song, co-directed by IAMDDB and Justin Campos, with the artist shown as the leader of a gang complete with balaclavas and wielding baseball bats. Unsettling and gripping in equal measure
‘Little Bit Of Love’ is the latest single from Tom Grennan’s upcoming second album Evering Road. In a video message to fans the singer-songwriter spoke of the new song by saying “It’s all about unconditional love and having the right to feel love and be loved, no matter who you are or where you are. Feeling like you belong and having that sense of belonging, I think right now that’s the most important thing.” We couldn’t agree more Tom
London Grammar have dropped another new track from forthcoming album Californian Soil due out on 9th April via Ministry of Sound. Vocalist Hannah Reid says “Lose Your Head’ is about power and control in relationships. The lyrics are quite dark, but I wanted to show the song in an upbeat way.” Every bit as good as the album’s previous snippets ‘Baby It’s You’ and its title track, the signs are suggesting that the third outing from the electronic trio will be very much worth the wait
Lonely The Brave have returned with soaring rock anthem ‘Keeper.’ The song was the first to be written with new vocalist Jack Bennett and is taken from third album The Hope List due to be released on 22nd January through Easy Life Records. The band head out on tour in April and will be stopping by King Tut’s on 17th. Don’t miss!
Hastings punks Kid Kapichi start the new year with ‘What Would Your Mother Say’, the final taste of music from album This Time Next Year coming out on 5th February. Co-vocalist and guitarist Ben Beetham calls the song “a tale about the bad decisions made by a small town trouble maker. You’re invincible until you’re not." On the evidence of the songs the band have released so far we can safely say this is a debut to look forward to