Global superstar Mika has unveiled the latest video in a string of promotional stunts for his upcoming new album ‘No Place In heaven’.
The KT Auleta directed video for ‘Good Guys’ was shared via the singer’s Youtube channel yesterday. “Good Guys” is one of the new tracks taken from the forthcoming studio album “No Place In Heaven”, set for release on 15th June via Virgin EMI.
The video comes with an incredibly funky choreography, especially done by Olivier Casamayou. It is the third overall video, which Mika has launched since the announcement of the new album. One of the videos, for the track Last Party, is currently available as a free download when you pre-order the new album.
Check it out:
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Theo Hutchcraft and Adam Anderson from the English synthpop group Hurts have surprised us all with the unexpected announcement of their return to the music scene with brand new single ‘Some Kind of Heaven’.
The single, which can now be purchased digitally or streamed online, sees the duo return with a more uptempo style, meaning a drastic departure in style and sound from their previous two albums, Devotion and Exile.
‘Some Kind Of Heaven’ is the first taste of new music to be taken from their forthcoming third studio album, scheduled for release later this year. Hurts teamed up with long term collaborator, Jonas Quant to produce the new single, crafting a glorious slice of pop, layered with sublime vocals and an intensely catchy hook.
We’re undoubtedly in some kind of heaven with the return of Hurts.
The impact date in the charts for the new single is July 31. Listen to the single below:
18 year old Stockholm born Elias is just like many of his Swedish country men and women obsessed with crafting ingenious pop music. Want some proof? Have a listen to his debut track ‘Revolution’, which is at first sight a classic protest song about breaking up, but with a twist.
Gifted with a fantastic deep voice, a love for Otis Redding and a massive production featuring a strong team of backing vocals, it doesn’t take long for Love Revolution to hit that one note you need to fall in love with this young talent.
Having just played his first UK live date at The Great Escape in Brighton last Friday 15th May and already confirmed for his first festival appearance at Roskilde this year, Elias is destined for big things.
A good cover is hard to find, but when we do find it, it basically doesn’t need much words.
Good news in that instance for Saint Raymond (in real life Callum Burns).
Just ahead of his very own album release on June 29, Saint Raymond is getting himself out there by covering one of the biggest tracks of the year so far: Major Lazer & Dj Snake’s ft Mo Lean on Me.
Serving the track with a little electro pop swag, Saint Raymond is turning the track into an even catchier tune. Check it out below:
Original material by Saint Raymond is out June 29, when the Nottingham born singer releases his debut album ‘Young Blood’. Make sure you don’t miss this talented guy during the summer festivals. He’s playing Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds, T in the Park.
New York Duo Lion Babe have decided to treat their fans with something super special today, to thank them for their support.
Since the duo, released their debut EP last year, the band have had a staggering 8 million streams across their audio and visual sites. Plenty of reason for Jillian and Harvey to give something back to the fans. And so they have, with a brand new video for the lead EP track ‘Don’t break my Heart’. The Lucas McGowen produced video, received its premiere today via the group’s official Youtube Channel.
The duo are currently promoting their most recent single ‘Wonder Woman’, which is expected to feature on the group’s debut album, out later in the year. While a short UK tour has finished, the band are coming back to perform at the Great Escape festival and Lovebox this summer, preceded by a special performance on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch on June 7.