FLOOD FM’s “F Yeah Fridays” Ep. 24 feat. Sunflower Bean, Band of Horses, Snail Mail, and More

This weeks “Fave 15” podcast also includes Hannah Jadagu, Shamir, Smile x Robyn, Black Country, New Road, and Geographer.

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 24 of “F Yeah Fridays” now.

This week’s podcast features storied Seattle folk-rockers, Band of Horses, returning with new music for the first time in five years, as well as rising bedroom pop singer-songwriter and recent Sub Pop signee Hannah Jadagu, releasing a bold new track. The episode also includes the pride of Ellicott City, Maryland, Snail Mail, dropping her second take from the forthcoming Matador Records release Valentine, Philly-based singer/songwriter Shamir with his new track about radical acceptance, and the Brooklyn indie-rock trio Sunflower Bean with a fierce new track and their first new tune of 2021.

Listen to episode 24 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. Band of Horses —“Crutch”
2. Sunflower Bean —“Baby Don’t Cry”
3. Snail Mail —“Ben Franklin”
4. Hannah Jadagu —“All My Time Is Wasted”
5. Shamir —”Gay Agenda”
6. Smile x Robyn —“Call My Name”
7. Black Country, New Road —“Chaos Space Marine”
8. Geographer —“Peripheral Vision”
9. Suki Waterhouse —“Moves”
10. Mariposa —“Nunca”
11. Aesop Rock x Blockhead —”Jazz Hands”
12. Elodie Gervaise —“Free Babe”
13. Orion Sun —“Concrete”
14. serpentwithfeet —“Down Nuh River”
15. Destroy Boys —“Escape”

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Don’t forget to tune in every Sunday for “FLOOD Flashback Sundays,” where we’ll take listeners on a 24-hour musical journey showcasing iconic indie and alternative artists from the ’80s, ’90s, and early aughts. 

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