New Music Monday: Griff’s Black Hole is super, and massive

Griff’s really done it this time. Heartbreak really shouldn’t sound this spec­tac­u­lar but, well, here we are. What a song. The Black Hole artwork features a hole with a black border, ie the opposite of a black hole, but on the upside it does feature Griff ON HORSEBACK. Look at this:

Incredible.

Also:

  • ELIO releases a really brilliant EP today and Charger is a real winner, despite being about mobile phones (a topic rapidly rising up the lyrical banned list).
  • Rose Gray, a rave-pop prac­ti­tioner of con­sid­er­able talent, releases her Dancing, Drinking, Talking, Thinking EP today and every track’s a winner. Which is best, do you think, out of dancing, drinking, talking and thinking? It would be inter­est­ing to get Rose Gray’s thoughts on this matter.
  • Years & Years have covered It’s A Sin. Possible something to do with Olly being in a TV show of the same name which may or may not be starting on Channel 4 tonight; hard to say really as there’s been very little publicity around it. The cover is ACOUSTIC but PERMITTED.
  • 220 Kid‘s done the shanty.
  • PRETTYMUCH‘s Stars is included in this week’s playlist mainly for the almost heroic line “girl you’re an angel from every angle”: a lyric that surely made perfect sense written down but required some severe vocal gym­nastics to deliver ‘in song’. They really went there didn’t they? And to think they say pop music can’t push bound­ar­ies.
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