5 NME Breakthrough Tracks You Have To Hear This Week

Cabin Fever, Ice Black Birds, Beat The Radar

5 NME Breakthrough Tracks You Have To Hear This Week

1. Beat The Radar – ‘Miracles’



This ‘reet tight’ lil outfit from Manchester produce some proper indie all round, without being too stodgy or pretentious. That’s one big encouraging thumbs up for these ol’ indie barnstormers.



Listen to the track and find out more about the band on their NME Breakthrough page.



2. Cabin Fever – ‘I Saw You’



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Cabin Fever deserve a mention if only for singer Dan Hall’s amazing shirts, but this track is a beautifully simple psychedelic track from the Bournemouth act. Plus Klaxon Jamie Reynolds is a fan, what more could you need to hear?



Listen to the track and find out more about the band on their NME Breakthrough page.



3. Moon Visionaries – ‘In The Green Room’



It's the kind of unashamed, feel-good, glossy groove-pop that scores of 'defiantly lo-fi' bands probably wish they could muster, rather than having to hide their lack of choruses in lathering fuzz.



Listen to the track and find out more about the band on their NME Breakthrough page.



4. Ice Black Birds – ‘22:22’



Like the Doors if they’d swapped taking acid in the desert for writing coherent rock songs. From Brighton, this band has the anthemic chops to be serious contenders.



Listen to the track and find out more about the band on their NME Breakthrough page.



5. Loose Talk Costs Lives – ‘Gold’



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Echoing Foals-style vocals and fast paced guitars makes this track a sure future dance-floor-filler. The indie popsters and tour buddies with the likes of Wild Beasts, Good Shoes and Chew Lips provide this snappy track for your listening pleasure.



Listen to the track and find out more about the band on their NME Breakthrough page.



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