Weekend Playlist with Samm Henshaw, Last Dinosaurs and more

Samm Henshaw

Today, South London-bred singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Samm Henshaw is premiering a new song, “Jumoke.” The new song comes alongside a visualiser directed by Timi Akindele-Ajani and Henshaw.

 The video was created as a result of Henshaw posting on socials that he was looking for weddings he could attend as he wanted to shoot something authentic, that felt like an old home video/memory. In exchange for the footage, he would perform at the wedding.
Australian indie-rock trio Last Dinosaurs announce their initial “transmission” titled RYU, due out November 10th via Nettwerk, featuring seven songs penned by Sean Caskey, including recent single “Afterlife,” and the newest release “Walking On Ice,” out now. The song carries an apocalyptic undertone with sci-fi-leaning lyrics and spacey guitars. Listen on all digital retailers (here).
Will Linley continues his explorations into the romantic future of pop with the release of “Maybe,” his new single +video available today via Island Records.
Extra Mojo Version— a digital version of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ critically acclaimed 2010 blues album, Mojo, featuring two unreleased tracks will be released on Warner Records on October 20—Petty’s birthday. To celebrate, “Help Me”—the first unreleased track, a Sonny Boy Williamson II cover—is out today with an accompanying video unveiling newly discovered footage of Petty and the band performing the song at The Clubhouse; listen here and share/watch here. Pre-save the digital album here and pre-order the vinyl here.
Los Angeles-based vocalist, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rett Madison unveils a new track today, “One for Jackie, One for Crystal”— listen here.


Today, World’s First Cinema have released their new EP Palm Reader via Fearless Records. Featuring previously-released singles “Holy Water,” “SOS,” and “Palm Reader,” Palm Reader conjures up a vision with blockbuster appeal and indie heart throughout its one-of-a-kind mix of boisterous rock and soundtrack-style orchestration.


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