Whether you’re raving or behaving this weekend, Born Music has got you covered with new music from Sigrid, Lily Moore, Anteros and more…

Anderson .Paak, Kendrick Lamar – ‘Tints’

Chosen by: Aaron

Name a more iconic duo… We’ll wait. Soul rap legend Anderson .Paak and conscious hip-hop master Kendrick Lamar join forces for this funk-blasting groove that’ll have your toes tappin’ from the first drum kick. Not only that, but it’s the first tantalising taste from .Paak’s forthcoming album Oxnard set to be produced by Dr. Dre. We’d be lying if we said we weren’t a little excited.

Lily Moore – ‘I Know I Wanna Be With You’

Chosen by: James

The soul train just keeps on going this week; Lily Moore‘s latest single ‘I Know I Wanna Be With You’ is pure feel-good brilliance, with Moore’s masterful vocals shining through yet again. Rolling off-beats, backing choirs and stabs of guitar groove; what more can you ask of the modern soul queen?

Anteros, Michael Brauer – ‘Ordinary Girl’

Chosen by: Sam

London four-piece Anteros are joined by legendary mix-engineer Michael Brauer for this anthemic pop number. ‘Ordinary Girl’ is a step away from the retro indie leanings of their earlier works, but a masterful showcase that they can belt out classic sing-a-long pop anthems with the rest of them whilst still maintaining that undeniable Anteros charm.

Charli XCX, Troye Sivan – ‘1999’

Chosen by: Molly & Kayleigh

Wasn’t the 90’s just the best? Charli XCX and Troye Sivan certainly think so with this thumping pop tour-de-force. ‘1999’ references Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, harkens back to Eminem’s Slim Shady days and yearns for the comfort of Nike Airs. Not feeling nostalgic? Then probably give this track a miss.

The Elephant Trees – ‘U N C O M F O R T A B L E’

Chosen by: James

To quote John Cleese, “And now for something completely different.” Completely different is exactly how Manchester band The Elephant Trees thrive. Their latest single ‘U N C O M F O R T A B L E’ is a beautiful mess of musical madness that combines in such wondrous harmony; Off-kilter 8-bit sounds and intermittent bursts of percussion lays a building soundscape until the track explodes with raucous riffage and rambunctious rhythm. Strap yourself in for a wild ride.

LANY – ‘If You See Her’

Chosen by: James

It’s finally here; LANY‘s second album Malibu Nights, and with it comes this sultry pop gem. It’s airy, ethereal electro at its finest, boasting a downright catchy hook and enough LANY charm for a generation. Grab yourself a fruity cocktail, put your headphones in and imagine yourself drifting away to a moonlit night on Zuma Beach.

Me Nd Adam – ‘All The Ways’

Chosen by: Kayleigh

Let’s darken the levels a little. Me Nd Adam are masters of the morose when it comes to dark, sultry pop, and ‘All The Ways’ serves as an enticing appetiser to their emotionally turbulent universe. Lilted piano notes skitter the surface as heavy bass kicks and skippy off-beats drive a sense of bubbling anxiety just beneath.

Sigrid – ‘Sucker Punch’

Chosen by: James

Just when we think Sigrid couldn’t possibly get any better, she hits us with an absolute ‘Sucker Punch’ of sonic brilliance. This fun-loving sugary pop anthem is a guaranteed smash-hit soundtrack for any pop-lovers weekend. They always say to finish with a flourish, and we think Sigrid is the perfect curtain call to this weeks Friday Faves.