Category Archives: Hit of The Week

Hit of the week: Alfie Templeman ‘Obvious Guy’

The uber-talented Alfie Templeman has shared another excellent single. ‘Obvious Guy’ is another step up for the younger singer-songwriter – it’s a third taste of his forthcoming EP Happiness In Liquid Form.

Noodling funk guitars and a disco groove make this indie tune a real party starter – but an undercurrent of dark melancholy keeps things contemporary. No matter what he experiments with, Templeman never seems to miss.

Hit of the week: Alan Power ‘Breathe, In, Breathe Out’

British Cowboy crooner Alan Power has followed up his first new music since last year’s debut album with a brand new video for ‘Breathe, In, Breathe Out’. The glistening, contemplative tune receives visuals shot in isolation, starring Power and his family at home.

Hit of the week: HONNE ‘no song without you’

The beloved alt electronic duo HONNE are back with the glistening new single, no song without you – the Brits’ first new material since the release of their acclaimed 2018 album, Love Me / Love Me Not.

This fresh track forms the first taste of a sound HONNE have been experimenting with since the turn of the year and comes complete with a heart-warming animation video, created by illustrator Holly Warburton.

HIT OF THE WEEK: CLUB INTL ‘CRUSH’

John Eatherly (formerly of Public Access TV) has made the leap into the realm of dreamy electro-pop with new band CLUB INTL. Based in NYC, Eatherly teams up with long-standing collaborator Maxwell Kamins to release ‘Crush’ which has been oh so casually produced by mega composer, videographer and record producer Johnny Jewel.

Hit of the week: Benjamin Biolay ‘Comment est ta peine?’

There are words and melodies that we do not forget from the first time, this is the case of Comment est ta peine ?, the new single from Benjamin Biolay. Almost three years after the release of Volver, the poet of La Chanson  is about to release a brand new album: Grand Prix, whose release is scheduled for June 26, 2020

Comment est ta peine?’ Is an enormously danceable theme imbued with an elegant discofunk production. His guitars may even evoke the latest Daft Punk works, but his organic sound tunes even better to the classic chansonnier melodies.