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Over at Flavourmag, we’re obsessed with introducing you to new music. We’ve rounded up our favourite new tracks that you need to hear ASAP.

The week’s lineup includes Japanese Breakfast, Megan Mckenna, Two Feet, Perry Bancs ft. Gem Chantelle, The Howlers plus more.

1. Tate McRae 


Rising singer-songwriter Tate McRae is back with her new single ‘slower‘, giving us a little preview of what’s to come on her new EP ‘too young to be sad’- Out March 26th

If you like honest pop songs that get you in your feels, then listen to ‘slower‘.

2. Dean Lewis

Falling Up

Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Dean Lewis pulls at your heartstrings with his hotly anticipated new single ‘Falling Up‘,

Talking about the track, Dean comments “I always thought I would be happy when I finished school or when I passed an exam, or I got a job or a promotion or if I went travelling and then I was like – ‘ooh, now I have a record deal, what if I have a big song?  Then, I had a big song, and I was on the road for three years and when I stopped, I realised it had all passed me by and I was actually less present and more anxious and stressed than ever. I looked back on my life and at all of these points along the way and I realised that I’ve never felt any better, it’s always been onto the next thing, always moving.”.

3. Two Feet

Known for being the King of sex playlists (trust us on this), Two Feet aka Zachary William Dess is back with his new track ‘Never Enough‘. Give us music a listen and we think you’ll agree.

4. George Moir

Baked Beans

If you’re obsessed with bedroom pop then George Moir is the artist for you. ‘Baked Beans‘ features on his new EP ‘Guide To Growing‘.

Talking about his new EP, George tells us ‘Guide to Growing’ ended up being about loads of stuff: relationships, mental health, ambition, poverty, work, stress, and more. They’re things I think so many of us run into, particularly as you step out into the world on your own as a young adult. There’s so much still to learn and experience, and I wanted to capture what it’s like to bump into this stuff when you don’t really know how to tackle it.

5.  Perry Bancs ft. Gem Chantelle

Los Angeles-based Perry Bancs and New York-based singer-songwriter Gem Chantelle release deliciously seductive R&B tinged track ‘Alone Tonight‘. Add this to your Chill playlist

6.  Japanese Breakfast

Be Sweet


Japanese Breakfast, the musical project of Michelle Zauner is back with her jagged and propulsive 80’s inspired pop song ‘Be Sweet’ which is taken from her highly anticipated new album ‘Jubilee’ – out June 4th

Talking about ‘Be Sweet’,  Michelle tells us “After spending the last five years writing about grief, I wanted our follow up to be about joy. For me, a third record should feel bombastic and so I wanted to pull out all the stops for this one. I wrote ‘Be Sweet’ with Jack Tatum from Wild Nothing a few years ago. I’ve been holding onto it for so long and am so excited to finally put it out there.”

7. Billy Nomates

Emergency Telephone

The fiercely talented Billy Nomates is back with her EP ‘Emergency Telephone‘. Listen as her voice hypnotises you and gives you shivers down your spine.

8.  The Howlers

I Don’t Love You All The Time

London’s red-hot desert rock band The Howlers drop addicting new track ‘I Don’t Love You All The Time‘. Consisting of members  Adam Young (vocals, guitar), Cameron Black (drums) and Guus ter Braak (bass), the three-piece draw influence from Afrobeat, West Coast psych music and some of the more timeless seventies records.

Talking about the track, frontman Adam Young tells us “ ‘I Don’t Love You All The Time’ is an ode to the trials and tribulations of love and loss in modern times, an observation about understanding how to come to terms with falling out of love whilst at the same time longing to be loved in kind.”

9.  Jodie Harsh 

My House

Songwriter, DJ icon and reigning Queen supreme of international nightlife, Jodie Harsh, has shared the new visual for her latest single ‘My House’.

Talking to us, Jodie said “I wanted to get the whole British drag queen community together in one video as it’s never really been done before. We were all stuck at home at the peak of the second wave, so I got a lip-sync sent over from everyone! Of course, loads of the girls from the first two seasons of Drag Race UK are in there. I also wanted to feature queens from all corners of the UK, such as trans icon queen Juno Birch, bio queens Tete Bang and Heather Duster, and queen of transformations Charity Kase. The 61 queens combined make up the best of the best of the British drag scene in their own houses, for My House!”

10.  Megan Mckenna


You may recognise Megan from The Only Way Is Essex or Celebrity XFactor.  Now back with her new track ‘This’, Megan is blowing up the music scene with her passion-fuelled vocals and honest lyrics.