'On Rotation With See Tickets' is back once again and brings with it more than a dozen of the tracks we cannot stop playing. From a new found love for former favourites to being hooked on Beyoncé's latest effort, there's something for everyone in this month's playlist.
Check out a handful of the hits we've been binging over the past few weeks below and give the playlist a listen if you're looking for something different!
Blossoms - My Swimming Brain
Since they burst onto the scene almost a decade ago, Blossoms have been the front-runners for British indie-pop via four superb albums. Their third - 'Foolish Loving Spaces' - is one we find ourselves going back to time and time again, and this month it is 'My Swimming Brain' that we can't stop spinning. Their 'Live From Stockport Plaza Theatre' set is a firm favourite of ours - although we couldn't be there, we LOVE watching it back to prepare ourselves for their live comeback later in the year.
Tickets for most Blossoms' shows sold out rapidly last week, but if you're lucky a couple of dates still have a handful of tickets! Try your luck here.
The Wonder Years - Solo & Chewy: Holding It Down
Pop-punk icons The Wonder Years confirmed their return with forthcoming LP 'The Hum Goes On Forever' recently and as we eagerly await it dropping in September, we've rekindled our love for 'Sleeping on Trash: A Collection of Songs Recorded 2005–2010' - in particular 'Solo & Chewy: Holding It Down'. Originally released on their debut EP 'Won't Be Pathetic Forever' back in 2008, the Pennsylvania formed band has largely developed their sound but the underpinnings remain.
The Wonder Years have just announced brand new shows for later this years! Grab yours here.
Fontaines D.C. - I Love You
'Skinty Fia' - the latest record from Dublin post-punk favourites Fontaines D.C. has been on repeat since it dropped back in April. Although difficult to pick just one favourite from their critically acclaimed third album, 'I Love You' is the track that we always find ourselves going back to. Described by frontman Grian Chatten as "the first overtly political song we've written," it is performed in the perspective as an Irish expat - the passion was clear in their intense Glastonbury performance earlier this summer.
Shows are starting to sell out for Fontaines D.C.'s tour later this year - act fast if you'd like to head down!
Beyoncé - HEATED
Beyoncé's seventh album dropped last week and once again signalled a stylistic shift from the queen of R'n'B. 'Renaissance' is the first solo full-length since 2016's 'Lemonade' and is a much welcomed return to form - we always find ourselves obsessing over her latest project and that's the case once again! 'HEATED' is the stand-out track so far (you'll also find 'VIRGO'S GROOVE' in the playlist however) but ask us again next month and we'll no doubt have a new favourite.
There are sadly no shows for Beyoncé at this time, but who knows what the rest of 2022 and beyond will bring? Keep checking the site for up to date info!
Phoebe Bridgers - Funeral
Phoebe Bridgers has consistently popped up on our Spotify 'On Repeat' playlist for as long as we can remember - but since catching her live at Manchester's O2 Apollo last month we've somehow found ourselves binging first album more than usual. 'Funeral' remains as heartbreakingly chilling now as when it was released half-a-decade ago.
Phoebe Bridgers made her long awaited return to the UK last month - if you missed out you'll have to join us in crossing our fingers and praying for a swift return!
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