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Dork Jukebox: Paramore, Sundara Karma, Bleachers and more

Your rundown of all the bangers pumping on the Dork stereo this week.
Published: 3:46 pm, May 13, 2017
Dork Jukebox: Paramore, Sundara Karma, Bleachers and more
Well, well. Here we are. This week our jukebox is full to bursting, with new tunes from Sundara Karma, Bleachers, Matt Maltese, and Eat Fast – not to mention the 100% certified banger ‘Rose-Coloured Boy’ from our old pals Paramore.

Speaking of pals, it’s been a good week for teamwork, with Calvin Harris collaborating with Future and Khalid, Mount Kimbie joining forces with Micachu, and Chase & Status tagging in for Blossoms. Even Ten Tonnes made a couple of new mates in his video for ‘Born to Lose’... although they were of the reptile variety. Still, a new friend’s a new friend, right?

We also got new videos from Fleet Foxes, Nadine Shah, Honeyblood and Girlpool, on top of that ‘cakey-eatey’ clip from this month’s cover star Marika Hackman. Sheer Mag announced their debut album, Baio broke news of his second record, and YOWL sound-tracked late night depravity with their new tune ‘My Headache Likes to Talk’. AND we’re getting tours from Fickle Friends and Hurray For the Riff Raff.

Plenty to be getting on with, don’t you think?

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Sam Fender is a man on a mission. Already beating current ‘biggest noise on the block’ Lewis Capaldi to a Brit Award, as his debut album nears its much-anticipated arrival, the sky really is the limit for an artist not short of stuff to say.
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