This Feeling

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Watch :: Blossoms' full Glastonbury set






Blossoms took to Glastonbury Festival's Pyramid Stage last night (June 23) to treat the capacity crowd to some of their best-loved songs, from 'At Most A Kiss' and 'Blow' to their runaway hit 'Charlemagne'.

Watch in full above.

Blossoms setlist:

At Most a Kiss
Blow
Getaway
Honey Sweet
Texia
Blown Rose
My Favourite Room
Deep Grass
This Moment
Charlemagne

Watch :: Radiohead's Glastonbury set in full





Radiohed's 24-song headlining set on Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage last night (June 23) seems to have divided opinion, on Twitter at least, with their third festival appearance there being variously described as the best thing ever, to boring dross.

Check out the full set - from opener ‘Daydreaming’ from last year’s ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ album to finishing on 'Creep' and ‘Karma Police’ - and decide for yourself.

Radiohead setlist:

Daydreaming
Lucky
Ful Stop
Airbag
15 Step
Myxomatosis
Exit Music (for a Film)
Pyramid Song
Everything in Its Right Place
Let Down
Bloom
Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
Idioteque
You and Whose Army?
There There
Bodysnatchers
Street Spirit (Fade Out)
No Surprises
Nude
2 + 2 = 5
Paranoid Android
Fake Plastic Trees
Lotus Flower
Creep
Karma Police

Introducing :: The Drury Brothers




Words: Ellie Ward

You can't do much better for a debut single than have it produced by Luke Smith (Foals), - at Miloco Studios in London - mixed by Ben Baptie (Adele, The Strokes) and mastered by John Davis (Haim).

The Georgia-based Drury Brothers have done just that with 'Day In Day Out', released earlier this month. Led by 24-year-old identical twin brothers Dalton (vocals) and Adam (guitar) Drury (joined by Roman - son of Aerosmith's Joe - Perry on rhythm guitar, Wade Beahm, bass, and drummer Skyler Black), and inspired by the likes of The Beatles and Rolling Stones, The Drury Brothers craft pop-friendly melodies and youthful lyrical themes with foot-tapping rock 'n' roll.

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Friday, June 23, 2017

Grizzly Bear share track 'Four Cypresses' from new album - listen to all three




Words: Sam Geary

Ahead of the release of 'Painted Ruins', the new Grizzly Bear album out on August 18 on RCA,
'Three Rings' and 'Mourning Sound' have already been unveiled. Now, the veteran Brooklyn rockers debut a third track, 'Four Cypresses'.

You can listen to all three below.

Grizzly Bear play four UK/Ireland dates in October as part of their European tour:

October
05 Dublin Vicar Street
06 Manchester Albert Hall
08 Glasgow 02 ABC
9 London 02 Brixton Academy





Listen :: Stream Vince Staples new album 'Big Fish Theory'





Words: Sam Geary

Out today (June 23) via Def Jam, you can get a listen to Vince Staples' 'Big Fish Theory' album in full to try before you buy.

Featuring contributions from Damon Albarn, Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, A$AP Rocky, Rick Ross, Kilo Kish, 'Big Fish Theory' is the first full-length from Staples since his 2015 release 'Summertime ‘06'.


Watch :: The National debut new songs at intimate Paris show




Words: Sam Geary

Playing an intimate gig in Paris last night (June 22), at the city’s Le Centquatre venue, Brooklyn indie rockers The National unveiled live for the first time songs from their seventh studio album, 'Sleep Well Beast', out on September 8 via 4AD.

See full setlist below, as well as watch them play four new songs: 'Nobody Else Will Be There', 'Guilty Party', 'Carin At The Liquor Store' and 'Sleep Well Beast'.



Setlist

Nobody Else Will Be There' (live debut)
The Day I Die
Walk It Back
The System Only Dreams In Total Darkness (live debut)
Guilty Party (live debut)
Empire Line
Carin At The Liquor Store (live debut)
Apartment Story
Daughters Of The Soho Riots
Sleep Well Beast (live debut)
Fake Empire
Terrible Love
Turtleneck