What’s New? 12.4.17 (The Golden Age of TV, Eric & Magill, Staycations)

 What’s New? is the place to come for your new music fix – exclusively here on Too Many Blogs. Every Wednesday we bring you 3 new tracks for essential listening.


The Golden Age of TV – Dust

On repeat at TMB HQ all this week is this new and audacious track from The Golden Age of TV. Bracing and upbeat, despite its sarcastic tone, TGAOTV have totally stepped it up a notch since last since their previous singles. ‘Dust’ is about “about someone who is sabotaging the good memories from the past relationship” so listen in and get relatable.



Eric & Magill – Tightrope

A plodding, meandering beginning leads to the bright brass-accentuated chorus of this totally unique song. Ryan Weber, one half of Eric & Magill, wrote the song after moving from a shack in Kenya to a high-rise DC apartment, leaving him thinking about the uncertainty of this world “here today, gone tomorrow”. Their debut album Peach Colored Oranges is out May 12th.



Staycations – Ophelia

For fans of upcoming, totally energetic and thrilling indie madness from the likes of Blaenavon and Plaza, we’d like you to meet Staycations. This Cambridge 5-piece produce anthems worthy of greater success, melodies and intricate drums intertwining perfectly in this new track ‘Ophelia’. Cannot recommend this enough.




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