FLOOD FM’s “F Yeah Fridays” Ep. 22 feat. Noga Erez, Wet Leg, Courtney Barnett, and More

This weeks “Fave 15” podcast also includes IDLES, Wallows, MUNYA, and Spill Tab.

It’s Friday, which means its time for FLOOD FM host Aaron Axelsen to deliver the 15 must-hear new tracks of the past seven days. Listen to episode 22 of “F Yeah Fridays” now.

This week’s podcast features hotly tipped new U.K. indie duo Wet Leg, who are dropping their 90s Britpop-inspired single “Wet Dream,” plus politically charged and acclaimed Israeli artist and producer Noga Erez releasing her first song of 2021 with the hard-hitting “Knockout (Against the Machine),” Courtney Barnett gearing up for one of the year’s most anticipated new albums with a country-tinged new cut off of Things Take Time, Take Time, Bristol-based heavy guitar-slingers IDLES shifting gears with their fervent, hypotonic, and soulful ballad “The Beachland Ballroom,” LA trio Wallows returning with an upbeat indie-rock track, and many more exciting new tracks.

Listen to episode 22 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. Wet Leg —“Wet Dream”
2. Courtney Barnett —“Write a List of Things to Look Forward To”
3. Noga Erez —“Knockout (Against the Machine)”
4. Wallows —“I Don’t Want to Talk”
5. IDLES —”The Beachland Ballroom”
6. Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul —“Thank You”
7. Flight Facilities feat. Broods —“Forever”
8. MUNYA —“Tonight Tonight” (The Smashing Pumpkins cover)
9. Spill Tab feat. Jawny —“Grade A”
10. Anand Wilder —“Delirium Passes”
11. Payday feat. Danny Brown —”Vampire”
12. Caitlin Cobb-Vialet —“Boots & Menthols”
13. Circuit des Yeux —“Vanishing”
14. Shaolinn —“Lie 4 Me”
15. VHS Collection—“The Deep End”

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