New Muzic Friday – 28/4

Published April 28th 2017
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Katy Perry has released her second single Bon Appétit from her upcoming KP4. Bon Appétit is produced by Max Martin and features Migos. It’s probably the most urban track Katy has ever done but at the same time the production style is consistent with Chained To The Rhythm. It doesn’t sound like a Katy Perry song and doesn’t sound like a massive hit but it’s a good album track. Luckily a no-rap version is coming because the Migos feature is unnecessary.
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Kygo has released First Time featuring Ellie Goulding. It’s a basic EDM track but so catchy you can’t help but like it. It’s no It Ain’t Me but could end up being a minor hit.
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The Vamps have released the second single from their upcoming third album called Middle Of The Night. The Ed Drewett track is produced by Martin Jensen and continues on from the EDM/dubstep sound of their last single All Night. It seems The Vamps (or their label) are going the Maroon 5/OneRepublic route of releasing EDM tracks to score hits but forgetting that they’re supposed to be a band. As long as the music is as good as this though…
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OneRepublic have released a new single called No Vacancy. Ryan Tedder explained the release on OneRepublic’s Facebook. The band plan to release new music at it’s made every few weeks instead of releasing music in the format of an album. No Vacancy is an EDM track originally intended for Selena Gomez but Ryan loved the track so much he kept it for OneRepublic. It’s produced by Stargate and it’s a lot better than most of Oh My My. It could potentially be huge.
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Hailee Steinfeld has release Most Girls – another EDM Ryan Tedder track. Its lyrics let it down but it’s still a catchy song. It’s no Starving though.
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Little Mix have released an acoustic version of No More Sad Songs – the third single to be taken from Glory Days. The girls sound incredible on it and Jesy’s middle 8 is back.
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Little Mix – “No More Sad Songs” Video Premiere

Published March 30th 2017
Filed under Videos


Little Mix have premiered the video for No More Sad Songs – the third single to be taken from their fourth album Glory Days.

The video is set in an American country bar where the girls turn up looking completely out of place but end up dancing on the bar Coyote Ugly style and riding on a mechanical bull. Machine Gun Kelly shows up and actually made the effort to be on set at the same time as Little Mix.

While not much happens in the video, it’s shot really well and it’s a lot of fun – it’s so much better than the disastrous Touch video.

Check out the video below:

Little Mix – “No More Sad Songs” feat. Machine Gun Kelly

Published March 03rd 2017
Filed under News


Little Mix have released the single edit of No More Sad Songs featuring Machine Gun Kelly. The main differences are the second verse has been tweaked with more production and Jesy’s middle 8 has been replaced with the feature.

Take a listen below:

Little Mix – “Wings” Music Video

Published July 25th 2012
Filed under Videos

The music video for Little Mix’s debut single Wings (not counting their X Factor winners single), premiered today.

The video is very Cher Lloyd. By that I mean it’s clearly aimed at a young audience and features a lot of colourful cartoon squiggles and lines layered on top of the video. Cher Lloyd’s Swagger Jagger had similar effects.

The video comes across quite amateurish, which is allowed considering it’s a debut single but the girls seemed a lot more established and experienced on The X Factor and this doesn’t come across in the video. They also came across much more mature on The X Factor. However, it’s nice to see a girlband’s debut video for the first time and already know who they are and what kind of personalities they have, and the video manages to get this across.

You can watch the video for Wings below:

Wings is finally going to be released in the UK on August 19th. For such an important release for the girls, this single campaign has really been dragged out.