We round-up the last week in music, including news you might’ve missed, our SongsOfTheWeek playlist and Classic Of The Week
Hello, dear readers. Hello? Hello.. Ah, of course, you’re at the UK’s musical event of the year. That’s right, Glastonbury Festival. Are we jealous? With a line-up featuring, Radiohead, Foo Fighters, and Ed Sheeran, along with a host of brilliant acts, you bet we are. We hope you’ve all had a terrific time and continue to do so.
Now, for those of you that didn’t make it to Glastonbury, just what have we been up to this week? We’ll tell you. We’ve been busy preparing for the launch party of our first How I Wrote book. For those of you based in the Bristol, UK, area, we hope to see you this Thursday. If you can’t make it then get yourself a copy of the book and check out what all the fuss is about.
Classic Of The Week
‘Seven Nation Army’ by The White Stripes (2003)
You’ve surely all heard this song? Taken from Meg and Jack White’s insanely successful fourth album, Elephant, Seven Nation Army is The White Stripe’s anthem and one of the most recognisable songs of the last twenty years.
Songs Of The Week
Song: Till The Day That I Die
Artist: Gitta de Ridder
Song: Same Flame
Artist: Elles Bailey
Song: Living With Your Ailments
Artist: Kiran Leonard
Song: In Your Palace
Artist: The Cribs
Artist: The Nickajack Men
Artist: Dan Owen