Jonathan Hatchman (@JonHatchman) picks out the sounds and stories that have been making headlines over the last seven days… and presents them all as a handy playlist
Currently on tour in celebration of their 50th anniversary, The Who have been announced as the third and final headliner for this year’s Glastonbury Festival. Taking place across the weekend of June 24-28, the iconic band will join already announced Pyramid Stage headliners the Foo Fighters and Kanye West at the Worthy Farm event.
Disclosure have finally unveiled new single Bang That, accompanying the news that their second album will be out this year.
Noel Gallagher may have, once again, dismissed further rumours that an Oasis reunion this week as he took his second solo album, Chasing Yesterday, to the US. Watch him performing Lock All The Doors on Jimmy Fallon’s US TV show.
Noted indie fan, Stoke City footballer Peter Crouch stars in the video for Peace’s Gem Strange. Watch the striker play a gang member in the clip.
The Cribs returned to their native Yorkshire last weekend to headline the Live At Leeds festival. The set included a brave cover of Queen’s classic rock anthem Bohemian Rhapsody. Watch fan footage.
Jonathan’s Pick of the Week Having first caught our attention with her recent mixtape – Por Vida – Virginia’s Kali Uchis has returned with a brand new music video for her song Rush. Directed by creative duo WIISSA and Uchis herself, it channels plenty of Quentin Tarantino-like vibes. Plus, the artist has also recently lent her self-proclaimed “lowrider soul” vocals to Tyler, The Creator for a track on his new album, while she will make her way over to the UK next week for a couple of sold-out London dates.