We scour the musical landscape to bring you the best new songs of the week
Every Friday sees the new album and single releases hit online and the stores, and here's our picks of the five songs you should be listening to this weekend.
Pet Shop Boys - "Say It To Me"
Their new album Super is out today, produced by electro-wunderkind Stuart Price (Madonna, New Order, Take That), and while an awful lot of the LP finds the lads looking back over their decades long career, "Say It To Me" is most definitely planted in the present, feet facing forward, full of pounding EDM synths that puts the likes of Calvin Harris and David Guetta to shame.
Kanye West - "Saint Pablo" featuring Sampha
After all his talk that TLOP would be a Tidal exclusive for all time, West changed his mind (as he's known to do) and stuck the album up on Spotify this morning. It seemed that he had released another new track - "Saint Pablo" - to celebrate this fact, except that it was suddenly dragged down from internet entirely, so we've put up The Life Of Pablo's closing track "Fade" instead.
The Last Shadow Puppets - "The Dream Synopsis"
Almost eight years to the day since The Age Of Understatement, and finally Alex Turner and Miles Kane have reunited for their sophomore album, Everything You've Come To Expect. Filled with a mix of 70's soft-rock and Lana Del Ray-esque dream-soul, the latter of which is in every atom of "The Dream Synopsis".
Galantis - "No Money"
Barely ten months since their debut album Pharmacy, and the dream-team of Galantis are back with a brand new, hands-in-the-air euphoria single. It's not clear if it's from a new album or an upcoming deluxe edition of their first album, but "No Money" is one of those tracks that you'll know all the lyrics to almost immediately and will spend the rest of the day bouncing around the inside of your head. You've been warned!
Cassius - "Go Up" featuring Cat Power & Pharrell Williams
It's been seventeen years since they released "Feeling For You", and Cassius have never really been much in the way of chart botherers since then. Not that they've been taking any time off, with a mix of albums, EPs and productions for other artists on the CV since then. But for their new single, they've linked up with the very much chart-bothering Pharrell and indie rock star Cat Power for a sure-fire summer soundtrack.