On Rotation With See Tickets - October 2021



For October's 'On Rotation With See Tickets' we're sharing some of the tracks we simply can't get enough of right now.

This month offers a mixed bag - featuring everything from pop-punk heavyweights The Wonder Years, to indie man-of-the-moment Sam Fender and a whole lot more in between.

From forgotten favourites to brand new releases that we keep hitting repeat on, we are taking a closer look at some of those hits.

Sam Fender - Spit Of You

Fender's final single ahead of his incredible second album, 'Seventeen Going Under', sees him team up with iconic actor Stephen Graham to act as a father and son duo. Speaking to NME about the video, Fender said: “Stephen Graham is genuinely one of the best actors this country has ever seen, and such a lovely bloke," and of the song he adds: "'Spit Of You’ is a song about boys and their dads - It’s based around my own relationship with my old man, and how we both struggle as blokes to communicate the way we feel to each other without it becoming a stand off."

Find Tickets

Wet Leg - Chaise Lounge

Isle of Wight duo Wet Leg have burst onto the scene in incredible style with debut single 'Chaise Lounge.' Described as "cheeky and slightly salacious post-punk that is very much doing its own thing" by Louder Than Wartheir forthcoming headline tour is one of the most highly-anticipated run of shows of 2022 and with a combined inspiration list of The Ronettes and Jane Birkin, through to Ty Segall and Bjork, we cannot wait to hear more from the band.

Find Tickets

 

The Wonder Years - Passing Through A Screen Door

Pop-punk icons The Wonder Years have announced their return to the UK with performances at Slam Dunk Festival 2022 - and since the news broke we haven't been able to get enough of their back catalogue. 'Passing Through A Screen Door' is one of our favourites by the band, especially the roaring opening line of "CIGARETTE SMOKES DANCES BACK IN THE WINDOW" and a track that sounds as brilliant now as when it was first released as the first single from their 2013 LP, 'The Greatest Generation.'

Find Tickets

 

Joy Crookes - When You Were Mine

Described by The Guardian as showcasing "bouncing melody and retro stylings", Joy Crookes is undeniably one of the breakout stars of 2021. Her debut LP, 'Skin', is out today (15th October) and praise has already been heaped on it by the likes of NME, DIY and Gigwise. 'When You Were Mine' preceded the LP earlier this month and is, in Crookes' own words, "a song I wrote about an ex-partner that ended up being with a man after we broke up. It’s a song about accepting their love, but wishing the same for myself."

Find Tickets

Check out the full playlist here:

Keep up to date with your favourite artists, priority bookings and exclusive offers from See Tickets:

Facebook Twitter Instagram Messenger Newsletter

mm
Hey - I'm Callum. Fan of The National (& all of their weird and wonderful side projects), collector/hoarder of vinyl, supporter of Leeds United, owner of Dougal the cat.

There are no comments

Comments are closed.