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Family Time and Trudy & The Romance head up our favourite songs from this week.

Family Time – “The Grand Collide”

London-via-Spain duo Family Time have returned with their latest dreamy number, “The Grand Collide”. Rife with sunshine-soaked synths and easy breezy melodies, it’s a wonderfully woozy track made for soundtracking the upcoming summer nights.

Trudy & The Romance – “Doghouse”

With their debut album Sandman fast approaching, doo-wop dreamboats Trudy & The Romance have released “Doghouse” to get us even more excited. “‘Doghouse’ is our Hollywood thud and number 1 hit in another dimension,” frontman Olly Taylor explains. Expect their “mutant 50s pop” stylings to be your next fave.

Slowthai – “Gorgeous”

Having announced that his debut album – Nothing Great About Britain – will be wowing us on May 17th, raucous Northampton rapper has shared a brand new song “Gorgeous”. Another biting and beautiful number, it’s an exciting glimpse into the brilliance the record will undeniably hold.

Foals – “Cafe D’Athens”

Dropping the Jonny Costello and Charlotte Audrey directed vid, indie legends Foals are sharing “Cafe D’Athens”. Taken from their fantastic album Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost: Part 1, it’s a funky arty bop that’ll keep you dancing through the weekend.

Georgia – “About Work The Dancefloor”

“’About Work The Dancefloor’ is a song written in response to the clubbing culture I experienced in cities whilst touring,” upcoming electro pop icon Georgia says. “Going out and getting that emotion or sensation from a collective energy in various spaces. It’s that stuff of old school disco, the thrill of the dance floor” A perfect weekend banger, expect Georgia to be played on dance floors across the world.

Billie Eilish – “Bad Guy”

Gen Z dark pop queen Billie Eilish dropped her debut album today, along with an added surprise of the music vid for “Bad Guy”. Like the rest of the album, it obviously fucking slaps and if you need any dance move inspo, check the vid now.

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