Category Archives: Hit of The Week

Hit of The Week: The Lounge Society ‘Burn The Heather’

The Calder Valley based band released their debut single ‘Generation Game’ back in March which became Speedy Wunderground’s fastest selling 7″ ever. On their return, The Lounge Society are trying to break free of any pre-prescribed post punk band tags. ‘Burn The Heather’ has a rhythm that runs along on light percussion and understated bass lines. Cultivating atmosphere aplenty, the song injects sudden moments of momentum to create frustration-shaking, danceable sequences.

Hit of The Week: BREEZE “Slowly Fading Away”

BREEZE is a duo from Barcelona formed by Mestre (harmonies) and Isola (vocals). BREEZE has just released their debut single “Slowly Fading Away”, recorded and produced at Mestre bedroom during COVID lockdown! BREEZE style is an evolution of the iconic 90’s Trip Hop and avant-garde sensibilities towards a unique Aesthetic Pop.

Hit of The Week: Balthazar ‘Losers’

Balthazar are pleased to announce details of their forthcoming album Sand heralded by the first taste of the album, with the track and accompanying video for Losers. Listen here

Unmistakably Balthazar, Losers unfurls engulfed in disco beats and falsetto vocals whilst furthering their journey from the rejuvenated environs of 2018’s Fever. Filmed on location in Belgium, the accompanying video features the entire band in various guises and calls to mind memories of a (ny) 70’s crime series that depicts the track’s narrative in a literal manner.

Hit Of The Week: Royal Blood “Trouble’s Coming”

Royal Blood have shared “Trouble’s Coming”, the rock duo’s first new track since releasing their 2017 album How Did We Get So Dark?.

Serving as a sample of the Brighton band’s forthcoming third LP, “Trouble’s Coming” adds a bit of glitz to their grit. It pulls in influences from Daft Punk and Justice, turning Royal Blood’s usually hammering sound into something much groovier. According to the band, the muscular dance floor style of the song set the groundwork for the rest of their new LP.

Hit Of The Week: Priya Ragu ‘Good Love 2.0’

Priya Ragu makes her major label debut with addictive single ‘Good Love 2.0’. The Tamil-Swiss artist draws on a diverse array of influences, a truly global pop style that reflects her heritage while pointing towards the future. Out now, new single ‘Good Love 2.0’ is a fresh start, a new beginning, with her buoyant vocal focussing on the search for love and spirituality.