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Your First Pay attention: 10 songs it’s worthwhile to uncover this week


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It’s time for Your First Pay attention, the place we present you songs it’s worthwhile to uncover this week!

This Indie88 function is introduced with Bay Bloor Radio.

Every week we function 5 exceptional songs that it’s worthwhile to hear on Your First Pay attention on air. In case you miss them on air, you possibly can make amends for the weekly tracks proper right here. Your First Pay attention airs on daily basis in Indie88 starting at 10 a.m.

On-line, we increase the checklist with a pair extra tunes. This week, we’ve received new tracks from Standing/Non-Standing, PUP, Alvvays, The Lumineers, and way more.

Take a look at 10 songs it’s worthwhile to uncover this week beneath.

Standing/Non-Standing – “Blown Tire”

Indie rockers Standing/Non-Standing launched their new LP, Absolutely Journey, in the present day. A video for the whirling single “Blown Tire” arrived earlier this week forward of the discharge. “You see a variety of issues from the highway, however actually you usually simply cross them by, onto the subsequent mile, one other freeway, a shortcut or two,” songwriter Adam Sturgeon mentioned in a launch. “These days, there’s an terrible lot of sprawl and lobbying to your place within the visitors line. It’s powerful to imagine on the planet sitting there on the tarmac however nonetheless we load the van, rally our passions and pursue this dream of constructing rock & roll. Coast to coast, season to season, mile after mile, their automotive vs mine; loaded with my buddies, sorting it out collectively.”

Bedouin Soundclash – “Stroll By Hearth”

Toronto-based indie world-beat outfit Bedouin Soundclash are again with a brand new single, “Stroll By Hearth,” which options vocal contributions from Aimee of The Interrupters. The monitor will seem on Bedouin Soundclash’s forthcoming document, We Will Meet In A Hurricane, out October 21 through Dine Alone Information.

PUP – “4 Chords” and “Completely Effective”

Toronto-based punk rockers PUP have unveiled two extra songs from their upcoming dwell EP, PUP Unravels Reside in Entrance of Everybody They Know, arriving October 12 through Little Dipper Information/Common Music Canada. The band has shared dwell variations of “4 Chords” and “Completely Effective,” which had been recorded throughout Toronto reveals earlier this yr.

The Lumineers – “A.M. Radio”

Two-time Grammy Award-nominated band The Lumineers fourth studio album, BRIGHTSIDE arrived in January of 2022 through Dualtone within the U.S. & Canada and Decca Information for the remainder of the world. “A.M. Radio” is the most recent lower from the document to land in rotation at Indie88.

Sports activities Group – “The Drop”

British various outfit Sports activities Group launched their sophomore document, Gulp!, in the present day. The band beforehand shared a video for the lower “The Drop.”  “It’s questioning a continuing striving for achievement, by no means actually having fun with the moments and ‘Katie dying ready for the suitable time to retire.’ At this time the web informed me they’ve discovered ‘pits on the moon the place people might comfortably dwell and work,’ sensible,” Director A.T. Mann and Sports activities Group mentioned in a launch.

Mitski – “Ought to Have Been Me”

“Ought to’ve Been Me” is the most recent single from Japanese-American singer-songwriter Mitski’s sixth studio album, Laurel Hell, which arrived in February of this yr.

Jason Collett – “On a regular basis Sunflower”

Singer-songwriter Jason Collett shared “On a regular basis Sunflower” from his forthcoming seventh album, Head Full Of Marvel, which arrives on November 4 through Arts & Crafts. “On a regular basis Sunflower” is a wistful quantity that’s readymade to soundtrack the tip of summer time. “In absorbing the tumult of the occasions, there’s a variety of shit to jot down via,” Collett mentioned in a launch. “I let go of some swagger and embraced intimacy and pleasure and marvel.”

Alvvays – “Belinda Says” and “Very On-line Man”

Alvvays are set to launch the follow-up to their 2017 LP Antisocialites with Blue Rev October 7. This week, the band has unveiled two extra tracks from the forthcoming document with “Belinda Says” and “Very On-line Man”.

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