Fresher Sounds - This week's best new music - 18/10/17
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It's been a strange week! A storm named after a Shakespearean character bathed much of the UK in an apocalytic orange glow, like the new Blade Runner movie had escaped the screen into reality, or someone had turned on a permanent Instagram filter. What does any of this mean? Probably nothing! At least if the end is nigh, there's a load more great new tunes to stick on your playlists - you're welcome. Turbowolf – The Free Life Turbowolf’s gritty guitar riffs will make you feel like you’re on a mission – or, as the riffs become faster and faster, you’ll feel as though you are running away from something. Fitting too, as the title is called ‘The Free Life’, it’s guaranteed to give you a breath of fresh air. With the lyrics “Time is ticking”, it’s a song that’ll channel your adrenaline. Catherine McGrath – Talk of This Town Catherine McGrath immediately draws parallels with Taylor Swift for her pop-tinged country music. ‘Talk of this Town’ relishes independence and the ability to not care what others think. McGrath is one to watch as the country genre moves further into the pop mainstream. The Old Pink House – Neck Deep Five seconds in you'll know this is one of those songs to shut the world off to. Pushing the melody driven rock of bands like You Me At Six and Kids in Glass Houses, The Old Pink House take it all further in the direction of 80s pop. The result is catchy and hard not to love. Awolnation – Passion Opening with a powerful acapella, 'Passion' soon explodes into electro-rock brilliance. With an hypnotic, kinetic rhythm the song kicks into a big rock chorus. And with the whispering in the song, it’ll creep you out, but you won’t stop listening, because it is a bop. Blitzen Trapper – Wild and Reckless
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