On Rotation With See Tickets: July 2022

'On Rotation With See Tickets' returns this month and once again brings with it a wide array of genre-bending anthems! Like everyone else on planet earth we're back in love with 'Running Up That Hill', but did you ever envisage a playlist featuring both N-Dubz and Kate Bush?!

Check out a handful of the bops that we can't get enough of right now below and treat your ears to the full playlist at the bottom of this post.

Self Esteem - Girl Crush

Over the past 18 months Self Esteem has skyrocketed to become one of the most in-demand acts in the UK. With slots at Glastonbury and British Summer Time at Hyde Park alongside Adele amongst a seemingly never ending list of performances this summer, we've found ourselves immersed in her incredible soundscapes - particularly 'Girl Crush' from her 2019 debut album 'Compliments Please'. The VMPE branded it "astute, innovative, playful and brimming with ideas whilst demonstrating that pop music should not be considered some sort of compromise in which an artist eschews their principles for a shot at commercial success" upon its release and this still remains relevant three years later.

Self Esteem is heading out across the UK next year - some dates are already close to selling out so be quick if you haven't picked up your tickets yet!

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Sinead O'Brien - Like Culture

Fresh from the release of debut album 'Time Bend and Break the Bower', Irish punk poet Sinead O'Brien is one of the most talked about acts on the live circuit right now. We can't get enough of 'Like Culture', which started as a poem written at the age of 17 and developed into one of the highlights from the LP. With a headline tour kicking off in October, we already know that we'll be listening to 'Time Bend and Break the Bower' on repeat until then!

Pick up your tickets for her UK tour here.

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Christine and the Queens - je te voi enfin

'je te voi enfin' is the eagerly awaited comeback single ahead of Christine and the Queens' third LP 'Redcar les Adorables Etoiles'. Sang entirely in French, the record will be accredited to Chris' new alter-ego Redcar and we cannot wait to hear the record in its entirety and be blown away by its new direction. Since C&TQ's last record, they have appeared alongside the likes of Charli XCX, Caroline Polachek and 070 as a guest vocalist which has made us thirsty to hear more!

Sadly Christine and the Queens has no upcoming tour dates planned, but be sure to keep checking back!

Soccer Mommy - Shotgun

Although it was only released a few weeks ago, Soccer Mommy's third studio album 'Sometimes, Forever' is already on its way to being one of our favourite albums of the year. Lead single 'Shotgun' gripped us from the moment it was released into the world and remains the 'go-to' track when re-listening to the album - Pitchfork say it "boasts a pitch-perfect Soccer Mommy line at its chorus, set there like a crown jewel" and we can't argue with that. It is typically Soccer Mommy, but simultaneously something refreshingly new from Sophie Allison.

We can't wait to catch Soccer Mommy across the UK across August and September - join the party and grab your tickets here.

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Paolo Nutini - Through The Echoes

Paolo Nutini's long-awaited return has been on the cards for so long we never thought it'd happen - however with the release of 'Last Night in the Bittersweet' he marked his emphatic comeback by going straight to number one in the UK Charts. Our favourite from the record so far is 'Through The Echoes', his first release in over eight years. The Times deem it a "big-voiced belter" which makes us even more excited for his newly announced UK dates later this year.

Tickets for that run of dates are available here.

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Check out the full playlist here!

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Hey - I'm Callum. Fan of The National, collector of vinyl, season ticket holder at Leeds United, owner of Dougal the cat.

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