Happy Sunday altrocklifers! Unfortunately this series had to take a break in May, but now I’m back to bring you a round-up of the best singles released throughout this month. Strap in – this month is a good one!
Foo Fighters – Run
Foo Fighters kicked off this month in an incredible fashion, with a brand new track and awesome video directed with the main man Dave Grohl himself. This track is a return to the band’s heavier roots following their last album, Sonic Highways, which had a much more varied sound.
Wolf Alice – Yuk Foo
Wolf Alice are back! This grungy and frankly explosive track is their first release since their debut album, My Love Is Cool, was released in 2015. It’s a massive song and I can’t wait to hear more!
PVRIS – What’s Wrong
The hype for PVRIS’s upcoming album All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell just keeps building following the release of this brilliant latest single.
Hands Like Houses – Drift
Hands Like Houses recently moved from Rise Records over to Hopeless Records, and what better way for them to celebrate than release a new single?
The Devil Wears Prada – Worldwide
The Devil Wears Prada dropped the latest single from their last full length record, Transit Blues, and it sounds great.
Good Charlotte ft. Kellin Quinn – Keep Swingin’
Taken from their latest album Youth Authority, Good Charlotte released the video for this anthemic track which gives a solid middle finger to the band’s haters.
Trash Boat – Tring Quarry
If you want brand-spanking new British pop punk, then Trash Boat are the band for you. Here’s their latest single, taken from their album Nothing I Write You Can Change What You’ve Been Through.
With Confidence – Archers
I’m a fan of With Confidence, having featured them in this series before, so I was pretty happy to see the video for this track hit my YouTube subscription box!
Make Them Suffer – Fireworks
Make Them Suffer are an Australian five-piece band, and if you’re a fan of altrocklife you’ll probably know that I’m a big fan of bands which combine male and female vocals. Even during this track, the dreamy female backing vocals provided by Booka Nile contrast brilliantly with male vocalist Sean Harmanis, so from first listen Fireworks was a winner for me.