Friday's Finest - 9th March 2012

We're back with a belated Friday's Finest, down to the sole reason that we were at a JLS gig and Stale The Disco were supporting McFly. We've got some great tracks for you this week!

Films Of Colour – Running: (It's All Indie)

After a great year last year the band are setting their sights even higher, with an album on its way and a jaunt to America for some shows state-side and even popping down to SXSW for some shows! ‘Running’ is a great statement to make to their fans, they really mean business!

Decibels - The Lesser: (Slate The Disco)

"I’d rather be hated by your friends" We're getting very excited by the début single release from The Lesser. A blissful mix of lo-fi, ambient, electro and Indie, Decibels ’ début single The Lesser sees it’s UK release on March 26th. The band, Marin Luk (Synths, Soprano Harmonies, Percussion) and Adam Branaghan (Guitar, Tenor Harmonies, Percussion) came together after meeting at a rave in Northampton’s woods, which is just cool in eyes.

Holy Esque – Rose (Demo): (It's All Indie)

This track is a Post-Rock juggernaut, filled with attitude and imposing vocals you'll never stop thinking about them after you've laid your ears to this beauty! Holy Esque is what I'd define Post-Punk Revival by, big bold guitars, chunky bass and vocals that are so dominant throughout the track!

Reptar - Stuck In My ID: (Slate The Disco)

"There’s no hope, no future, no more of these ties to you" Reptar's début international single, 'Stuck In My ID', will be released physically as a very special limited seven inch single/CD EP package for Record Store Day on April 21st and as a single track download only on April 23rd. The single and EP, entitled Oblangle Fizz Y’all, have both been produced by Ben H Allen (Animal Collective, Gnarls Barkley, Bombay Bicycle Club). Think MGMT and Passion Pit and you'll be onto the vibe these guys produce. Fizzing synths and jangling melodies, and hail the exciting future of indie pop.

The Temper Trap - Rabbit Hole: (Joint choice)