1. Potty Mouth - "Cherry Picking"
The newest single from Massachusetts' Potty Mouth wouldn't sound out of place on the soundtrack of a 90's teen movie (that's a good thing by the way). Soundwise, its references lie firmly in the past, while lyrically, it still remains relevant to today's culture.
2. Honey Joy - "Spin" - Listen to it here.
Taken from their debut EP, Feel Bad, recorded last month, you can stream the whole thing on their Bandcamp page. If you only listen to the one song though, make sure it's this one. And I've got good news if you like what you hear - they're already working on their second EP!
3. The Lovely Eggs - "Goofin' Around (in Lancashire)"
Set to be released on November 13th, on special "fried-egg" vinyl, this is the latest fuzzy-pop single from Lancaster's The Lovely Eggs.
4. Hands Off Gretel - "Eating Simon"
Frontwoman Lauren Tate recently uploaded this version of one of the band's newest, and slightly cannibalistic, songs. Hands Off Gretel are planning on recording their debut album soon, so look forward to hearing a full-band version of this!
5. Wolf Alice - "Baby Ain't Made of China"
Recorded at JJ Abrams's Bad Robot studios, "Baby Ain't Made of China" is the B-side to the band's amazing current single, "You're a Germ".