FLOOD FM’s “F Yeah Fridays” Ep. 27 feat. Fontaines D.C., Mitski, Parquet Courts, and More

This weeks “Fave 15” podcast also includes Lets Eat Grandma, Guerilla Toss, Aldous Harding, Spoon, Midlake, and Lucius.

Happy New Year and welcome to the return of  “F Yeah Fridays,” with FLOOD FM host Aaron Axelsen delivering the 15 must-hear new tracks of the past seven days. Listen to the 27th episode of the podcast now.

This week’s episode features Irish post-punks and guitar heroes Fontaines D.C. with the first taste off their forthcoming third album “Skinty Fia,” as well as acclaimed indie singer-songwriter Mitski continuing her affinity for the 80s with another synth-soaked track “Love Me More”; British duo Let’s Eat Grandma welcome 2022 with a brand new electro-pop dance floor banger “Happy New Year,” while NYC garage-punks Parquet Courts delight fans with the surprise-released “Watching Strangers Smile,” the follow-up to 2021’s beloved Sympathy for Life, and New Zealand folk fave Aldous Harding shares the gorgeous twee-pop gem “Lawn” as she gears up for the release of her upcoming 4AD album Warm Chris.

Listen to episode 27 of “F Yeah Fridays: FLOOD’s Fave 15” via Spotify, and check out the full list of all of this week’s top tracks below:

1. Fontaines D.C. — “Jackie Down the Line”
2. Mitski — “Love Me More”
3. Let’s Eat Grandma— “Happy New Year”
4. Parquet Courts — “Watching Strangers Smile”
5. Guerilla Toss — “Cannibal Capital”
6. Aldous Harding — “Lawn”
7. Belief — “I Want to Be”
8. Spoon — “Wild”
9. Yumi Zouma — “Present Tense”
10. Oliver Tree — “Cowboys Don’t Cry”
11. Midlake — “Bethel Woods”
12. Barrie — “Quarry”
13. Kae Tempest feat. Kevin Abstract — “More Pressure”
14. Lucius — “Next To Normal”
15. Christian Lee Hutson feat. Phoebe Bridgers— “Rubberneckers”

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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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