Well the week rolls around quickly doesn’t it! It’s #Friyay again already, the summer is set to stick around and we’re all raring to slide into the weekend. So, with high spirits in check, we need some great tunes to seal the deal and we definitely have lots of those ready and waiting for you to get an ear full…

Nina Nesbitt – Loyal To Me

First up, we have the hottest new sound from Nina Nesbitt. Serving all sorts of Destiny’s Child with her latest offering ‘Loyal To Me’; Nina definitely has her finger on the pulse with this one as we think it’s set to be HUGE. Ladies this one is one for you. Littered with sassy female power attitude, you’ll be itching to hit the dance floor with your girls after a full body empowerment charged by this track.

Salt Cathedral – Rude Boy

For fans of Julia Michaels’ Grammy nominated ‘Issues’, Salt Cathedral‘s ‘Rude Boy’ is sure to tickle your fancy. Filled with funky caribbean grooves and cute vocals, this track is a mood booster and a game changer and will leave you smiling from ear to ear.

TEN FÉ – Not Tonight

Brimming with soft Cali surf rock, this gentle track from TEN FÉ gives nuances to 80’s legends Bruce Springsteen and Don Henley, whilst providing a fresh take on the nostalgic sound with nods to Day Wave and Craft Spells sprinkled throughout. Whether you’re mellowing out this weekend or in search of the perfect afterparty vibe, ‘Not Tonight’ should definitely be on the cards to get played tonight.

Anteros – Call Your Mother

Following on from a storming set at Bestival and the news of an upcoming UK tour, dream-poppers Anteros return with ‘Call Your Mother’. With a driving bass, symphonic synths, and finger-on-the-pulse pop lyricism, this track is set to be a classic of the band’s already exceptional oeuvre.

Details of the upcoming tour can be found here.

She Drew The Gun – Resister

The first taste of the new She Drew The Gun album Revolution of Mind, ‘Resister’ sees Liverpool’s finest reach new heights and follows the news that they are to support indie royalty The Coral on their upcoming UK tour. ‘Resister’ is a driving track, with a taut bass, tongue twisting lyrics, singalong chorus, and stripped back solo that could have been lifted from ‘Sister Ray’. Revolution never sounded so good, so “get up and be a resister”.

Elle King – Shame

The first taste of Elle King‘s sophomore release, ‘Shame’ sees the ‘Ex’s & Oh’s’ star return with added sass appeal. From the body-builder of a bass, which could be an isolated AM track, to the wildcat vocal line – this track has you hooked within a matter of seconds. The chorus is a killer, and the video – attitude epitomised.

Folly Rae – The One

The opening track from Folly Rae‘s new EP Karma Club, ‘The One’ sets up the mood to be found across the other four songs. The heavenly electronic samples, everyday lyrics, and RnB sensibilities give this track its appeal and the almost hypnotic harmonies demand you hit repeat when it’s over.