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TLMT 8-Track #48 featuring Father John Misty, Florence + the Machine, Let’s Eat Grandma & more

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Sigrid, Florence + the Machine, Let’s Eat Grandma and more all feature on this week’s TLMT 8-Track. Check out the full Spotify playlist below.

 

Florence + the Machine – Sky Full Of Song
As gratifying comeback as you could expect from Florence + the Machine. ‘Sky Full Of Song’ has the same sense of otherworldliness that is so characteristic of her music. New album out soon.

Let’s Eat Grandma – It’s Not Just Me
English electro duo Let’s Eat Grandma continue to build the hype for their new album I’m All Ears with the sublime ‘It’s Not Just Me’.

Bearson (feat. Ashe) – Get Lost
Lush synth-pop from Bearson and Ashe filled with big flourishes of ambitious electronic production.

Father John Misty – Disappointing Diamonds Are The Rarest of Them All
Father John Misty shows no sign of stopping with the announcement of a new album out later this year and the genre-melding ‘Disappointing Diamonds Are The Rarest of Them All’.

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Lump – Curse of the Contemporary
Laura Marling and Tunng’s Mike Lindsay have unveiled their new collaborative project Lump with the soaring ‘Curse of the Contemporary’.

Mavi Pheonix – Yellow
Heavily stylized alt-pop, ‘Yellow’ is a depthful track that highlights the rising momentum of Mavi Pheonix.

Bryde – Euphoria
Taken from her brand new album Like An Island, ‘Euphoria’ is a gentle affirmation of Bryde’s captivating songwriting.

Mazzy Star – Quiet, the Winter Harbour
Mazzy Star have returned with the intimate and hazy new single ‘Quiet, the Winter Harbour’.

For more playlists, 8-tracks, and mixed-tapes like this one, follow the Last Mixed Tape on Spotify.

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