Who can believe that we are already six months into 2017? It’s been an incredible first half of the year and it looks like the music releases are continuing to be stronger than ever. This week sees Foo Fighters make a surprise return with the release of Run, whilst Canadian alternative outfit Arcade Fire lay down the foundations for their fifth album with Everything Now.
This week’s Tracks of the Week represents five months since The Music Radar UK was founded. In this time, we’ve managed to achieve a huge amount, from keeping everyone up to date with the latest news to highlighting some of the brightest new artists. A feature that has always remained a constant pleasure to bring you is our Tracks of the Week feature. This week sees a wonderful selection of tracks from artists that are both established and upcoming. Have a listen to some of these tracks as there is definitely something for everyone and we look forward to continue bringing you features in the future.
Following on from last week’s mammoth list of sensational releases was always going to be a challenge but yet again, there are some big standout tracks which look set to take the world by storm. Yet again, there are some much welcomed returns from artists we have missed over the last few years but also some artists that are starting their quest for eternal dominance. Here are our track’s of the week with in depth reviews:
No one could ever have predicted the quality of new music that we received last week but luckily are able to keep this staggering run of excellent releases going this week with another star studded releases schedule. Leading the way this week are LCD Soundsystem who return for the first time since 2014. The James Murphy led indie icons release two tracks in call the police and american dream. It’s also a huge week for One Direction fans as both Harry Styles and Niall Horan release new tracks.
This week’s music releases were dominated by highly anticipated new albums from the likes of The Chainsmokers, Father John Misty, The Big Moon and many more but that doesn’t take any credit away from the callable of new singles. Their are continuous surges towards excellence from many returning artists whilst new musicians are slowly breaking their way through into the spotlight. Here are our track’s of the week with in depth reviews.