FLOOD FM’s “F Yeah Fridays” Ep. 8 feat. CHVRCHES with Robert Smith, Jungle, Park Hye Jin, and More

This weeks “Fave 15” podcast also includes new music from Drama, San Holo, Blond in a Car, Julia Jacklin, and Pond.

It’s time for the eighth episode of “F Yeah Fridays,” our weekly Spotify podcast series hosted by Aaron Axelsen. Each episode breaks down 15 of our favorite recent tracks added to the FLOOD FM rotation.

This week’s podcast features Scottish synth faves CHVRCHES teaming up with The Cure’s Robert Smith on “How Not to Drown,” Chicago house duo Drama’s summer dance track “Don’t Hold Back,” the London future-soul funksters Jungle’s new single “Talk About It,” South Korean electronic visionary Park Hye Jin’s “Y DON’T U” featuring Clams Casino and Take a Day Trip, and the electronic future specialist San Holo going indie rock with Chet Porter on “you’ve changed, i’ve changed.”

Listen to episode 8 of “F Yeah Fridays: FLOOD’s Fave 15” via Spotify, and check out the full list of all of this week’s top 15 tracks below.

1. CHVRCHES — “How Not to Drown” feat. Robert Smith
2. Park Hye Jin — “Y DON’T U”
3. Drama — “Don’t Hold Back”
4. San Holo— “you’ve changed, i’ve changed”
5. Jungle — “Talk About It”
6. Cartel Madras — “Dream Girl Concept”
7.  Biig Piig — “American Beauty”
8.  Pond — “America’s Cup”
9. Julia Jacklin — “Army of Me”
10. Casper Caan — “Last Chance”
11.  Squirrel Flower — “Flames and Flat Tires”
12. Muwosi — “Frozen Blueberries”
13.  Skirts — “Always”
14.  Sweatson Klank — “The Road to Love”
15. Sons of Raphael — “Yeah Yeah Yeah”

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