Chalkpit Hottest Hits: Top Five
It’s been a busy couple of months for chalkpit, however we are back with some banging new hits ready for you to appreciate.
The chalkpit hottest hits playlist is now updated - yaya - heres the run down of top five new introductions to the playlist.
This darling of a tune rotates like a disco ball on a sunny day. It carries the careless nostalgia of ramshackle indie pop tunes- where the world seemed to revolve around you and your mates. Hibbard takes us on a wry tale which she delivers with a reckless charm: ‘Would you like to be my sugar daddy?...In five more years you might die in your sleep’. The record has an effortless and endearing essence; the kind that makes you feel like you’re tickling the sky.
Lauran is going on tour, and you can catch her here:
Leeds four-piece Askies are scratching a new groove upon the Northern live music scene, and their new release ‘Bond’ is proving they’ve got the chops to deliver in the studio too. The record is subtly brilliant; nonchalant but pregnant with creativity amongst the finer details. The track is a confident gesture towards an exciting year ahead.
‘Luna’ is a sleek example of Exiled’s artistic capability. The band sing candy-floss sentiment whilst delivering steadfast hooks and melancholic pop. Exiled have got enough energy and bite to deliver dreamy sounds in a way that belts into action. The song is textured with reminiscent vibes of ‘ladrock’ bangers but teased through pop-like buoyancy. The record is expectant of an even bigger live performance.
Exiled play Café Totem, Sheffield on the 14th June, get tickets here:
Submariner’s new track ‘Hypotension’ highlights the creative brilliance of the Brighton four-piece. The track is superbly produced and captures the ambient nature of the band. Submariner offer a soothing sound, but do not get lost in the sentimental- delivering a confident, sophisticated balance. The tune promises a hypnotic live performance, and suggests big things lie ahead for Submariner.
SPINN’s dreamy sound is captivating and intricate; ‘Is There Something I Missed’ sparkles with sun-soaked melodies and scintillating pop synths. The record is light and energetic, with punchy beats delicately balanced through hazy-afternoon vocals and colourful jangles. The record is almost ethereal in its substance; giving off day-dreamy, blue-sky vibes.
You can see SPINN live on the following dates, and their album is available to pre-order now: