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One Liners: Coldplay, Riton & Oliver Heldens, Sam Sparro, more

By | Published on Thursday 10 October 2019



There’s a rumour that Coldplay are releasing a new album next month. So I’ve told you that now.

Riton and Oliver Heldens have released the video for their Yazoo-sampling single ‘Turn Me On’, featuring Vula. “I always wanted to be the Alison Moyet to Vince Clarke in Yazoo”, says Riton. “And the lovely chap has let me sample his smash hit ‘Don’t Go’. I’m honoured. Thank you to the big man”.

Sam Sparro has released his first new track since 2016, ‘Outside The Blue’, featuring We Are King.

Panda Bear has released new single ‘Playing The Long Game’, a track not featured on his fairly recent ‘Buoys’ album. “The song is about a brief series of thoughts I had one morning about who I am, what I’m doing, and where I’m going”, he says.

Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy has released new single ‘In Good Faith’, taken from his upcoming new album ‘I Made A Place’, out on 15 Nov.

Poliça have announced that they will release new album ‘When We Stay Alive’ on 31 Jan. Here’s new single ‘Driving’.

Beabadoobee wishes she was Stephen Malkmus. I know this because she’s written a song about it.

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets have released new single ‘Mundungus’. The band are touring this month. In the UK. That’s why I mentioned it.

Empara Mi has released a new live performance video for her 2017 single ‘Shine On You’. “Sometimes the most beautiful things are the hardest to keep hold of and sometimes you have to let go of something so it can stay beautiful”, she says. “That was the sentiment behind this song, appreciating something whilst you had it and accepting that just because you want something doesn’t mean it should be yours. It’s about selflessness and letting go”.

Mr Ben And The Bens have released new single ‘The Gravedigger’s Dance’. Their new album, ‘Who Knows Jenny Jones?’ is out on 25 Oct.

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