#SundaySoundtrack #19

Your #SundaySoundtrack has returned for its 19th edition to help you subdue those hangover blues. As always we aim to deliver a cracking list of tunes that we’ve been enjoying this week to help lift those hangover blues and make you forget that Monday is just around the corner.

Will Shipley

La Roux – ‘In For The Kill (Skream Let’s Get Ravey Remix)

La Roux’s mammoth tune ‘In For The Kill’ got the Skream treatment many, many moons ago to create a perfect Sunday tune. A chilled build up eventually leads to the last few minutes of drum and bass heaven with Skream doing his thing making a classic tune even better with some subtle tweaks and savage drums.

Dan Beckwith

Kevin Garrett – ‘Control’

Singer/songwriter Kevin Garrett kills it on ‘Control’, some stunning vocals and slow, chilled production creates the perfect Sunday vibes to chill out to.

Calum Woodger

The Orwells – ‘Who Needs You’

Grungey, indie rockers The Orwells brought out this defiant, anti establishment belter back in 2013. Gruff vocals, twanging guitars and an upbeat tempo make this a great track to start off a Sunday adventure.

Jonah Shipley

The Sheepdogs – ‘I Don’t Know’

I heard The Sheepdogs album Learn & Burn for the first time last week, and I’ve been hooked since. From the style of song writing, instrument and overall recording, I at first listen assumed they were a band from the 60’s/70’s. They have nailed that nostalgic sound that is delivered from that era of music. ‘I Don’t Know’ has found it’s way through my speakers every morning this week. There’s something feel good about it that will put you in the right mood for the day.

Peter Sullivan

Freedom Fry – ‘Shaky Ground (Feast Remix)’

Spring is finally heading our way, and thankfully that means the release of tons of new upbeat, cheery remixes. This little beauty from Feast combines an already beautiful song with deep house to create a lovely flow that it’s hard not to slip into and relax to. This might not be the best remix ever created but it’s certainly one to put a smile on your face and while away the hours to!

Barney Greenish

Dizraeli and the Small Gods – ‘Never Mind’

A trademark trippy and unusual track from the ‘psychadelic’ UK hip-hop band. The song’s up and down feel and macabre vibe have had me strangely hooked this week.

Chris Costello

David Guetta  – ‘What I Did For Love Ft Emeli Sande’

You may have heard this played over the closing scenes of Friday nights live episode of Eastenders in the UK but the return of Emeli Sande on this track with David Guetta is much more serious than the reveal of Lucy Beale’s killer. Turn this one up because it’s going to be big!

Jack McDermott

Connan Mockasin – ‘It’s Choade My Dear’

Fall back into this dreamy track from Forever Dolphin Love. Mockasin will lay you down on your sofa, tuck you in and light a scented candle to a backdrop of flanged guitar and his own brand of jargon.

This brings another #SundaySoundtrack to a close, let us know in the comment section below what would make yours?
Team TMB

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