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Arcade Fire – Afterlife

Zane Lowe premiered Arcade Fire‘s incredible new song Afterlife on his BBC Radio 1 slot earlier tonight. Check it out. Reflektor is out October 29 via Merge. Watch the official lyric video for Afterlife below. *From earlier, a radio-rip from Zane Lowe’s show.

Video: Woman’s Hour – Darkest Place

Woman’s Hour have shared a video for the elegant, and beautifully understated Darkest Place. The video is a collaboration between Woman’s Hour, Broomberg & Chanarin. Darkest Place will be released on Monday via Luv Luv Luv Records.

Apes & Horses – The Fields

Paris-based quartet Apes & Horses have unveiled the video for their pretty new single, The Fields. Taken from their forthcoming Bleu Nuit EP, The Field is a lush and gently melodic indie number that’s very easy on the ear. Bleu Nuit is due October 21. Pre-order here.

Arcade Fire – Awful Sound

Arcade Fire drop another teaser video from their forthcoming new album, Reflektor. Pre-order your copy here.

Sunboy – Highway Screamin’

Colorado duo Sunboy dropped off a really enjoyable track this week, called Highway Screamin’. You can hear elements of Tame Impala, as well as 90s Brit-pop on this tune, and I’m really diggin’ it. The visuals that accompany the song are pretty damn clever too. Check it out.

Charli XCX – SuperLove

With tunes like Nuclear Seasons, Stay Away, You (Ha Ha Ha) and I Love It (Icona Pop) under her belt, it’s abundantly clear that Charli XCX has a talent for laying down ridiculously catchy pop tunes. Earlier in the year, she let go of her debut album True Romance. It’s collection of some of the… Read more »

Pusha T – King Push

Having already dropped Numbers On The Boards and the Kendrick Lamar-assisted Nosetalgia from his upcoming new album, My Name Is My Name, Pusha-T just shared the video for his newest track King Push, which was produced by Kanye West and Joaquin Phoenix. My Name Is My Name is due October 8 on Def Jam. Pre-order here.