Georgia Twinn continues her fairly robust campaign to become one of Britain’s best new popstars this week with Moth, which references Nirvana and combined with Olivia Rodrido’s recent homage to Radiohead makes you wonder if we’ll be seeing L Devine interpolating Shed Seven by the time the year’s out.
By sounding like a) The Weeknd and/so b) songs like Boys Of Summer the new Max Martin-produced Coldplay single sounds like Radio 1 and Radio 2 at the same time. Which in-house DSP playlists it sounds like is a different question but we seem to be living in an era were Coldplay are releasing ‘bops’ so perhaps we should all just embrace the chaos.
Zyra‘s done a new version of the brilliant Closer. (It’s still brilliant.)
Apparently Joan’s new one is the first song from two EPs due out this year — one’s about falling in love and the other’s about breakups. So Good’s one of the falling-in-love ones.
Warning: Jake Bugg has released an acceptable single. I mentioned the notion of embracing chaos and if you thought it felt like a good idea here’s the ideal opportunity to put that all to the test. If you can pass the Jake Bugg Acceptable Single test, you’re ready for anything.