Substance Is Meaningless Top tracks – February 2018

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The month is still very young, but there is a wealth of talented bands and tracks that need mentioning already!

Back of Your Car – Swimming Girls

UK quartet Swimming Girls return with their third single, a vibrant, poppy piece of music that sounds like it should be written by a band lounging on the sun-soaked beaches of LA, not er, Bath…

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Spotify / Apple: hyperurl.co/SGbackofyourcar
Instagram: www.instagram.com/swimminggirlsuk/
Facebook: facebook.com/swimminggirls
Vevo: www.vevo.com/artist/swimming-girls
Twitter: twitter.com/swimminggirlsuk

Visions – Isadora 

LA-based newcomer Isadora produces an atmospheric track that will have you hypnotised from the first beat.

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Instagram – www.instagram.com/isadora4president
Twitter – twitter.com/Isad0raMusic
Spotify – open.spotify.com/artist/3KLFOYC4ONbsH1gj5IM2ph

 On Hold – Fenne Lily.

Simplistic guitar riffs, heartbroken lyrics and a wonderful voice, Fenne Lily. delivers an indie track that would make the old greats proud.

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Sunday  – Geowulf

Could it be true? The perfect Sunday chill track that is actually called Sunday? Geowulf you geniuses… Another excellent track and further proof that we should be very excited about their debut album which drops on February 16th.

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 When A Kiss Becomes A Habit – Thea & The Wild

When A Kiss Becomes A Habit by Norwegian artist Thea Glenton Raknes is another power-pop track that will pick up your mood. Her new album ‘Ikaros’ is released 2nd February via Propeller Recordings.

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