Here is the weekend playlist, in which the WECB France editorial staff looks back on their favorites and discoveries of the week!
The weekend playlist can also be streamed!
Foghat – Drivin’ On
With almost 20 studio albums under his belt, Foghat has no intention of slowing down. So, the British hard rock band released Sonic Mojo. Celebrate the release with “Drivin’ On,” which is taken from it.
Britti – So Tired
Get ready for New Orleans singer Britti’s debut album, due February 2, 2024. Produced by Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, she blends soul and country influences, as seen in her single “So Tired.”
Sonny Vincent – 100% Proof
The founder of the New York group Testors is preparing to release a compilation of his early years, from 1969 to 1976. Somewhere between punk and proto-metal, Sonny Vincent blasts the riffs on wildly energetic compositions. The proof with 100% Proof, the first extract. See you on December 8 for the release of the entire compilation.
The Twin Souls – The One
The garage rock duo The Twin Souls met Datcha Mandala to release “The One”, a new direct and unreleased single, to be found on their next record, Family & Friends, scheduled for February 2024.
Chartreuse – Whippet
The British group Chartreuse unveiled their first studio album this Friday, November 10, entitled Morning Ritual. Celebrate this release with the single “Whippet”, a soaring and catchy bittersweet lament. To discover now!
Shoeshiners – Daddy, you can’t
The Toulouse trio Shoeshiners unveils Rock ‘n’ Roll Sweeties, a new album of pub-rock sweets with the most beautiful effect. Simple and effective, it will stir up fans of influences from the 60s as well as fans of rhythmic and energetic music.
Gami – Kid Memorial
Coming straight from Marseille, the Gami trio mixes rock, pop and trip hop influences to serve a very personal mixture, while preparing their return for November 17, with an EP entitled Step by Step. In the meantime, discover the rhythmic and captivating single “Kid Memorial”.
If you missed the previous playlist, find it here