As universities continue to go back, we look at the final week of September with a nostalgic fondness. Already we’ve had stunning album releases from Foo Fighters and The Killers and this week completes a great month of music with the release of Wolf Alice’s second studio record Visions Of A Life. Making a surprise return to music this week as well is pop’s most renowned diva Beyoncé, who lends her vocals to J Balvin’s track Mi Gente.
The start of the academic year is always a chaotic period for many people. In a world which is ever-changing, one thing that will remain a constant is the quality of new tracks that we receive each week. As Autumn starts to fall, there is a wide selection of tracks set to soundtrack the next period of the year. Here are our Tracks of the Week with in depth reviews.
The start of the academic year, September is always an important month for everyone. Signalling the end of summer, which has been an especially brilliant one this year, 2017 moves into the Autumn with a great selection of new tracks. Leading this month’s releases is the iconic Paloma Faith, who returns for the first time since 2014 with Crybaby.
The more 2017 progresses, the more we think how fortunate we are to have escaped 2016. Week by week we have been given stunning selections of new music and this week is no different. With an eclectic list of established artists and rising stars, all having released new tracks this week, there is something for everyone to listen to. Here are our Tracks of the Week alongside in depth reviews.
This year continues to surprise us with the ever growing list of brilliant artists releasing new music, led by the ever incredible Muse who release track Dig Down. Ex One Direction star Liam Payne debuts his solo career with Strip That Down featuring Quavo and Katy Perry continues her comeback with Swish Swish, featuring Nicki Minaj.