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Spindle Selects: Tracks Of The Week

Friday 08 February 2019

Seeb x Bastille – ‘Grip’ (Jay Pryor Remix)

Notable for adding their Midas touch to other artists tracks, Norwegian heavyweights Seeb enlist the talents of Jay Pryor for a fresh new spin on ‘Grip’ — their collaborating single with Bastille. Electrifying from the off, the remix gradually raises the track to an energy level that cannot be topped.

Cage The Elephant – Ready to Let Go

Cage The Elephant have just announced the release of their fifth studio album, Social Cues, led by new single ‘Ready To Let Go. The band have had seven Billboard #1 singles with 11 singles landing in the Billboard Top 10 and digitally have a combined 1.5 billion streams worldwide.

Leah Capelle – Settle Down

Produced Jeff Bova, who has worked with the likes of Celine Dion, Michael Jackson, Blondie and Cyndi Lauper, ‘Settle Down’ is an expertly composed pop/rock ballad with a mission. As the song transitions from a late 80s vibe into an anthemic rock breakdown, we feel all the pain and questioning within Capelle. The ‘Settle Down’ video portrays the aching helplessness and disillusionment that Capelle and many others have felt too often. The video is truly a heart-wrenching, gorgeously executed piece of art where we see Capelle at her most vulnerable yet.

Maverick Sabre – Slow Down ft. Jorja Smith

The latest single from Irish artist Maverick Sabre sees him team up with long term collaborator and friend Jorja Smith on a stunning new visual shot by Rashid Babiker (‘On Your Own, Teenage Fantasy, Jorja Smith). Taken from his upcoming album ‘When I Wake Up’, March 22nd, the short film for ‘Slow Down’ is a lo-fi, hazy aesthetic, which sees the two characters share a moment of confession as Mav plays the role of a London cabbie, with Jorja stepping into his cab. Both of them play out their separate stories. We can’t wait to see what Mav’s full record will bring!

Ariana Grande needy

“Sorry if I’m up and down a lot, sorry that I think I’m not enough, and sorry if I say sorry way too much”. Ariana Grande has done it again with this unapologetic track. The beat is simple with harmonies out of this world and lyrics that are complex and beautiful. This song is a love letter to everyone that overthinks a relationship, to the girl or guy that may feel insecure about their emotions and the universal need to be blissfully in love.

JGrreyPretty Insane

Please do yourself a favour and add this dope track to your playlist. JGrrey’s Pretty Insane is a beautiful song that encompasses R&B at its finest. As the track starts, you’re instantly greeted with a sick beat that will have you vibing uncontrollably and feeling like you’re on cloud 9. With a song like this, we are excited for more from JGrrey.

Octavian and DiploNew Shapes

Octavian and Diplo make sweet music together with their recent collaboration on New Shapes. It’s the perfect track for a long night drive through the city or your weekend pre-drinks.

RobinsonKarma CLiQ Remix

If you are trying to dance the night away and give a big “eff you” to your ex, then Karma CLiQ Remix is the song for you. Karma is a track about just that — karma. You can’t help but feel the lyrics: “So you can’t argue, Karma’s coming for you, before you come knocking on my door, old tricks no you cannot fix, things that you did”. If you’ve been wronged by bae, then grab your best of friends and paint the town red with this song as your anthem.

AJR – 100 Bad Days

100 Bad Days is an amazing song that will bring a smile to anyone listening. AJR has made a perfect song about not letting the negative stuff take over. With its upbeat lyrics and high energy sound, 100 Bad Days is an amazing track that is sure to be on everyone’s feel-good playlist.

La Bouquet- Sad People Dancing

La Bouquet, the newest project of Bryan Sammis (formerly of the Neighbourhood, manages to combine an emotional R&B falsetto with a punk sensibility. With a sound that is entirely their own, La Bouquet is on the rise with the anticipated release of their debut full-length album on March 29

Alma- When I Die

‘When I Die,’ the latest release from Finnish pop star Alma, is an incredibly brave and honest track that holds absolutely nothing back. A powerhouse who always has something to say, Alma writes lyrics that are incredibly intentional and powerful, characteristic of her forward-thinking writing style.

Jamila Woods- ZORA

ZORA, the latest track from Jamila Woods, is an uplifting proclamation of individuality and personal freedom that can be found within ourselves. With her signature genre-defying R&B sound and polished instrumentation, this track is the ultimate anthem of self-love and self-discovery. 

Empire of the Sun- Chrysalis

In celebration of the 10thanniversary of the iconic Walking on A Dream, Empire of the Sun has released a special edition of the album with a new track, ‘Chrysalis.’ Fitting in with the upbeat vibe of the rest of the album, the track features an infectious beat that carries it until the very end. With simple yet defiant lyrics, the track elevates the already iconic album to a new height.

MarinaHandmade Heaven

After 4 years of waiting, Marina has finally blessed us with her new single Handmade Heaven. An ethereal and surreal track, you can’t help but escape to another world while listening. We can’t wait to hear more!

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