FLOOD FM’s “F Yeah Fridays” Ep. 23 feat. Lil Yachty x Tame Impala, Mitski, Bonobo, and More

This weeks “Fave 15” podcast also includes Tank and The Bangas with Big Freedia, Hand Habits, Big Thief, and White Lies.

It’s Friday, which means it’s time for FLOOD FM host Aaron Axelsen to deliver the 15 must-hear new tracks of the past seven days. Listen to episode 23 of “F Yeah Fridays” now.

This week’s podcast features “Working for the Knife,” Japanese-American singer-songwriter superstar Mitski‘s first official single since 2018’s masterpiece Be the Cowboy, as well as Lil Yachty remixing Tame Impala‘s fan-favorite “Breathe Deeper” off of one of 2020’s best albums, The Slow Rush, the epic new track “Rosewood” from one of today’s preeminent electronic producers, Bonobo, the highly acclaimed indie artist Hand Habits from the Saddle Creek family with a dreamy and poignant new gem “Clean Air,” and the New Orleans’ funk-soul ensemble Tank and the Bangas recruiting their friend Big Freedia for an absolute dance floor monster with “Big.”

Listen to episode 23 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. Mitski—“Working for the Knife”
2. Tame Impala (Lil Yachty Remix) —“Breathe Deeper”
3. Bonobo —“Rosewood”
4. Hand Habits —“Clean Air”
5. Tank and the Bangas feat. Big Freedia —”Big”
6. Big Thief —“Change”
7. Shout Out Louds —“As Far Away as Possible”
8. White Lies —“As I Try Not to Fall Apart”
9. Jay Crookes —“When You Were Mine”
10. The KVB —“Unite”
11. Near Tears —”Love Under Surveillance”
12. Alewya —“Play”
13. Magdalena Bay —“Hysterical Us”
14. Porches —“Back3School”
15. Arca feat. Sia—“ Born Yesterday”

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