The B-side to the band's new single 'Money' is all haunting falsettos and subtle hooks. Second-album-syndrome seems to have been avoided.
What You Wanted
The second single from the Dalston indie band comes with a video shot in their self-mythologised local pool hall.
Upbeat coffee-house jazz guitars back a self-consciously cute vocal. The song, however, is greater than the parts.
A Cradle, A Short Breath
A Nick Cave-esque croon turns this otherwise chirpy indie-pop song into a dark and brooding beast.
The first single from Tigaand Zombie Nation's ZZTcollaboration. Great video too, revealing the collective's art-school influences.
Cage The Elephant
Shake Me Down
Surprise heroes of the Reading and Leeds festivals. The band's neo grunge works on record too – particularly this blast of anthemic noise pop.
Give It To Me
Featuring Hercules and Love Affair's Andre Butler and SDF producer Jason Kendig, this has a real '90s house feel.
Dum Dum Girls
Another teaser track for their forthcoming second album. Polished, Blondie-esque pop.
This bass heavy dance track has a video full of moral panic-baiting found footage.Reuse content