If anyone needs a bangers-packed On The Road playlist, it’s them.
Anteros have so much touring this spring. They’ve just finished up a massive run with Two Door Cinema Club, and now they’re straight back out again with White Lies, after which they’re off with Blaenavon. It’s enough to make you need a sit down just thinking about it. If anyone needs a bangers-packed On The Road playlist, it’s them.
Two Door Cinema Club - Undercover Martyn
It's collectively our favourite track from Two Door's debut record. We played it loads on the way to festivals last summer.
No Doubt - Just A Girl
This is a good "just got outta traffic" track to listen to.
Pale White - Reaction
We've loved everything they've released so far. ‘That Dress’ was one of our favourite tracks of 2016, and we're guessing this latest release is going to be one for 2017.
Dream Wife - Hey Heartbreaker
You can't not have a crush on them, they're amazing, and this track is SASS.
Kaiser Chiefs - I Predict A Riot
An indie classic. We've been recording our next EP with Nick Hodgson over the last couple of weeks, and we keep wanting to play the chorus whilst recording. It's since crept back into our tour playlist.
Garbage - Stupid Girl
Laura's first song choice whenever she's been made in charge of picking the music. It couldn't not make the playlist.
The Amazons - In My Mind
Since meeting them at Reading Festival last year we've been playing ‘In My Mind’ and ‘Junk Food Forever’ on repeat, and we're looking forward to their album release.
Black Honey - Hello Today
We're loving this latest release, they're so good to see live.
Sundara Karma - Olympia
We played our first gig alongside Sundara Karma at the end of 2015. We're loving their album (‘Olympia’ being one our favourites on it).
Two Door Cinema Club - Gameshow
We've been listening to this loads since its release… and we'll be listening to it loads on the road this tour.
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