M.O return with their brand new single 'Who Do You Think Of?'. This will be the girl group's major label debut under Polydor Records - home to The 1975, Years & Years and Ellie Goulding. The trio have worked with Fred Gibson (Ellie Goulding) to create their Jamaican infused new single.
Check out the video for 'Who Do You Think Of?' HERE
“The hottest girl group” (Noisey), M.O make their major label debut with brand new single ‘Who Do You Think Of?’, launched yesterday. Following the release of their critically acclaimed single ‘Preach’ last year, Annie, Frankee and Nadine have since signed to Polydor Records - home to the likes of Years & Years, The 1975, Ellie Goulding and HAIM.
Hailing from Sheffield, Manchester and Aylesbury, the trio have collaborated with Fred Gibson (Ellie Goulding) to create the Jamaican infused ‘Who Do You Think Of?.’ Additionally, the girls have been in the studio with heavy weight producers such as Dallas Austin (Michael Jackson, TLC, Gwen Stefani), heavytrackerz (Section Boys, Stormzy), Bless Beats (Jess Glynne, Tinie Tempah), Prince Charlez (Rihanna’s ANTI) and more as well worked on a collaboration with WSTRN. Additionally, the girls enlisted the help of Zac Samuel, Danny Dove, Royal-T and Eretyd Solo last month to launch the single’s remixes in the form of an EP.
The accompanying video, also unveiled today, was directed by Charlotte Rutherford who has previously worked with influential females of pop such as Charli XCX, Marina & The Diamonds and Tinashe.
Continuing their presence on the live circuit, the girls will also perform at this year’s Great Escape in Brighton on Saturday 21st May at The Dome supporting one of Grime’s most leading MCs, Stormzy.
Website - http://www.officialmo.com
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Shura has announced details of her much-anticipated debut album, ‘Nothing’s Real’, which will be released on Polydor Records on July 8th. The album is available to pre-order today, with ‘The Space Tapes’ (a psychedelic rework of some of the record’s highlights, laid down straight to tape) among the tracks available instantly.
Having surpassed 30 million plays and become one of the most enduring blog successes of recent years, new single ‘Touch’ has also been made Track of the Day at Radio 1 from today. After teaming up with the legendary Talib Kweli on an alternative version, a brand new Four Tet remix of ‘Touch’ is additionally available to stream now. Shura will open for Chvrches around Europe later this month before playing a headline show at KOKO on the 1st June 2016: further headline dates and festival appearances will follow (with the likes of Primavera, End of the Road, Parklife and a main slot at Great Escape already announced).
In many ways ‘Nothing's Real’ is the perfect title for Shura's debut album, which mixes the personal and the fantastical to beguiling, immersive effect. It features songs written and painstakingly recorded across two years in her Shepherds Bush bedroom - the site of which is blown up on the album’s striking artwork – but also reaches back further than that: into parents, childhood, past relationships and the possibilities of the future. All threaded together across the album’s often-affecting narrative, the record assimilates everything Shura loves – from early Madonna to Sci-fi, and War on Drugs to gaming – but is also the sound of an artist pushing themselves hard, further into the unknown. A phrase coined after a breakup, ‘Nothing’s Real’ confirms Shura as an important artist for the years ahead. Welcome – as the record was almost called – to her Shuniverse.
‘Nothing’s Real’ on iTunes
‘Nothing’s Real’ in Shura’s Shop
‘Sentience’ sees the band exploring a darker, heavier sound than before without losing any of their signature trademarks.
With the commanding presence of Skarlett at the helm, her powerful and incredibly versatile voice defines Skarlett Riot’s sound and ensures they remain a cut above the rest.
Musically the band are exploring a heavier avenue than before; taut guitar lines bolstered by clattering drums but all the while remembering the hooks and melodies that seen this band grow into one of the UK’s finest young bands.
The new single Voices - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOQxmAo47gU - As seen on Scuzz TV!
"Send My Love (To Your New Lover)," the new single from Adele's latest album 25, is available today via digital services worldwide. "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)," was co-written with and produced by Max Martin & Shellback.
The video for "Send My Love (To Your New Lover)" will debut worldwide on the live broadcast of 2016 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday May 22, as well as online via Vevo. The video was shot in London and directed by Patrick Daughters (Feist, Muse, Yeah Yeah Yeahs).
Adele is currently in the midst of a sold out tour in Europe, which runs through June 15th. As previously announced, Adele will headline this years Glastonbury Festival in the UK, from June 22-26. Adele kicks off a sold out tour of North America on July 5th in Minneapolis, MN which runs through November 15th in Mexico City, DF- all dates can be found on her website: adele.com/live
Southampton-raised, 21 year old London-based singer, songwriter and producer Laurel Arnell-Cullen reveals a second new song ‘San Francisco’ from the forthcoming Theia Recordings release, after time away concentrating on producing her debut album.
'San Francisco' reveals another side to the young artist, who continues to pull back layer after layer - it's a vivid, involving, exciting look at the trials of loving someone who’s not with you. 'San Francisco' has been solely written, recorded, produced and performed by Laurel in her East London bedroom based studio. It follows her earlier release 'Life Worth Living' which in a month has had over 110k Soundcloud plays and reached #3 on the Hype Machine. Laurel is being championed across Beats 1 and BBC Radio 1 as well as receiving nods from the likes of Chloe Grace Mortez and Lapsley.
For the last few years, UK website Mahogany has been filming bespoke sessions with musicians for their video series. The latest instalment saw Mahogany team up with Laurel who performed 'Life Worth Living', the session was filmed at The Averard Hotel art space in Lancaster Gate.
Laurel will be performing at this year's Great Escape Festival as well as Barn On The Farm Festival - headline dates to be announced shortly. Further news about Laurel's debut album coming soon.
Stream here: San Francisco
The Great Escape - 20th May - Killing Moon Party @ The Mesmerist
Barn On The Farm Festival - 1st - 3rd July - Gloucester
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