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Get Some Well-Deserved R&R with Pitch & Sync’s Tracks of the Week

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George Clanton, Laurel, Boygenius and more from the P&S team to help you chill out after a heavy weekend

Get Some Well-Deserved R&R with Pitch & Sync’s Tracks of the Week
The team at music and sound agency Pitch & Sync reveal the latest and hottest new artists, songs and albums the they’ve been listening to in this weekly instalment of Tracks of the Week

‘This past bank holiday brought rowdy festivities in the form of the London’s annual Notting Hill Carnival which saw thousands of revellers descend on West London. We thought that our tracks this week would reflect the much needed relaxation after several days of partying and merriment.’



LIVIN’ LOOSE BY GEORGE CLANTON 

With twinges of everything from acid house to shoegaze, George Clanton’s latest release is a wonderfully earnest love song with a psychedelic feel.


BITE THE HAND BY BOYGENIUS

A collaboration from three of the most exciting singer-songwriters of the moment, Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus. boygenius offer a sneak peek of their upcoming debut EP with this brilliantly emotive track.


LIFE WORTH LIVING BY LAUREL

Given Laurel’s debut album came out this past week, we couldn’t help but include this track, which perfectly showcases her unique husky vocals.



MOONLIGHT BY DISCLOSURE

One of five new tracks from the duo this week, we were spoilt for choice, however, we picked the first release which possesses that signature Disclosure sound which also demonstrating their progression.



THIS IS MY CUE BY ELIZA SHADDAD

Wonderfully atmospheric, Eliza Shaddad’s latest track tells of the freedom that comes after a bad breakup. We can’t wait to hear more from her.

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Pitch & Sync, Tue, 28 Aug 2018 14:45:42 GMT