Track of the week... Lovats - White Fire

Lovats are one of Birmingham's freshest exports full of luscious indie pop anthems. Their music we could most compare to a love child of Two Door Cinema Club and Don Broco. Already hyped by music blogs and radio stations, their music is texturally rich and definitely the type perfect to pack out festival tents and venues alike to surely send drunk punters leaving chanting choruses at the top of their lungs.

Their latest track "White Fire" is a perfect example of why the band are hotly tipped to be one of the next bands to break out of England's second city. They stray from genre to genre within this song, not because they're undecided on what to settle on, purely because they're comfortable with the track in question. Their other tracks range from gentle acoustic tracks to a math-rock sound to sounding like Enter Shikari in places. If this song shows anything to you, it's that Lovats are not a one trick pony and are set to alight the local scene and beyond!

"White Fire" is their best track to date, and if they continue writing songs like this I can see them having a very fruitful career in music.

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Co-Written by Courtney Askew-Conti and Fred Bambridge