This week's New Music Weekly playlist will make you dance, rock and swoon. The hand-picked mix features only the very best of the latest offerings, including the long awaited and anticipated new singles from Courtney Barnett, Daniel Johns, Death Cab For Cutie and The Black Keys.
Kitty, Daisy & Lewis - The Third
Produced by Mick Jones of The Clash, The rockabilly revivalists' teritary release sees them come of age. Assured song-writing and a more diverse, confident sound are at the forefront.
Title Fight - Hyperview
The Pennsylvania hardcore act push themselves outside of the punk-music box with a lush, ambiently aggressive album with touches of shoe-gazing, melodic pop.
Milo Greene - Control
The cinematic pop group with four singers spin dark tales over light uptempo beats on their second album.
All We Are - All We Are
The Liverpudlian trio describe their debut album as "psychedelic boogie". Produced by Bat For Lashes producer Dan Carey.
Beats Spacek - Modern Streets
Veteran UK producer and vocalist Steve Spacek's latest LP is an execution of modernity, created using iPhone and iPad apps.
The Lone Bellow - Then Came The Morning
Produced by Aaron Dessner of The National, it's a return to the rootsy, folk path from the Brooklyn-based three piece. Striking meodies and vocal harmonies are enhanced by subtle strings and understated horns.
Punch Brothers - The Phosphorescent Blues
The quintet indulge themselves in impressionism on their fourth full-length. A delightful "prog-grass" romp, utilizing traditional bluegrass instrumentation with elements of classical, alternative rock and jazz.