Ep. “F Yeah Fridays” by FLOOD FM. 20 feat. Glass Animals, Radiohead, Amyl and the Sniffers, and more
It’s time to celebrate the 20th episode of “Do Yeah on Fridays.” Our host Aaron Axelsen is here to deliver the 15 must-have new tracks from the past seven days.
This week’s podcast features Glass Animals giving Dreamland a special luxury makeover featuring this brand new track, plus brit-rock titans Radiohead celebrating the 21st anniversary of their iconic album Child A with unpublished music from this period. The episode also features Australian high-octane punks Amyl and the Sniffers, releasing their second album which pays homage to both the Rolling Stones and New York rapper Junglepussy, with Lana Del Rey helping us navigate through Los Angeles with their haunting new track “Arcadia,” and the electro-popsters of LA MUNA, who have just released a new queer love anthem with the help of their friend Phoebe Bridgers.
Stream Episode 20 of “F Yeah Fridays: FLOOD’s Fave 15” via Spotify and check out this week’s full 15 best tracks list below:
1. Glass animals – “I don’t want to talk (I just want to dance)”
2. Radiohead –“If you say the word”
3. Amyl and the sniffers -“Hertz”
4. MUNA (feat. Phoebe Bridgers) –“Chiffon”
5. Lana Del Rey – “Arcadia”
6. Sport –“Ordinary man”
7. Big thief -“Certainty”
8. THE LYONZ – “Bird’s eye view”
9. Smile – “Eon”
10. Guided by voices –“Dance of the gurus”
11. Castle beating -“In”
12. The bass drums – “She killed me with her eyes”
13. Carillon school – “Take the time to tell you”
14. Eva Shaw (feat. BTK Villeion) – “Calabasas”
15. Children of the Cold War-“Always”
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