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From pop, to rock, to house, there’s something for everyone in this week’s new music – Union Sounds

Written by Sam Walker.
Posted April 12, 2024.
Perrie Edwards is one of the artists with new music this week

Manchester is going to be THE place to be this summer for music with Sounds of the City returning, an immense Parklife line-up and the recent announcement of Jessie J and Eurovision winner Loreen to headline Manchester Pride. To gear you up for a summer of music, we’ve picked out the best new music released this week.

Manchester band Corella have been growing a cult following not just in the city but across the UK and Europe. 2024 is set to be a big year for the four-piece with a new album on the way in May followed by a UK and European tour, of course ending in Manchester. Their new track is called Lady Messiah and it’s a catchy one.

Next up we have two producers that have been killing it for years now and it’s good to see them team up. SG Lewis and DJ Seinfeld’s new track is called Simple Times and is exactly what you’d expect in a collab between these two.

Kasabian is a band we didn’t see too much of in 2023, but with two releases already under their belt this year it’s looking like a good year for fans of the band. Their new release is them back at their best, Coming Back To Me Good is its name, and is sure to power your weekend.

Perrie Edwards has had a lot of people waiting anxiously for her first solo release, we can now confirm its here. Forget About Us is everything you’d expect from a Perrie Edwards record, heavy on the pop energy this one is guaranteed to put you in a good mood.

Finally, we have Caribou with a track that will make you rave ready this weekend. Honey is the name of track and is one that needs blasting before Markus Schulz at Joshua Brooks or DJ Q at Hidden.