Thanks for tuning into Soundcheck – here is the track list from today’s show. Some standouts include William Fitzsimmons’ “In the Light,” DYAN’s
Looking for Knives,” and Diagrams’ “Under the Graphite Sky,” which closed the show.
Jess Glynne’s sophomore album Always in Between debuted at number one in the UK, with her single “All I Am” having already spent seven consecutive weeks on the Top 100 chart. She hasn’t made quite the same headway across the pond, but her name might ring a bell from her feature on Clean Bandit’s 2014 sleeper hit “Rather Be.” “Thursday,” co-written with non-other than Ed Sheeran is a fun listen.
“Three Days at Greenmount” is Alex Clare’s first acoustic album, recorded over three days at a studio in Leeds. All twelve tracks are stripped back and live. “Too Close” and “Three Hearts,” which had such interesting production in their original forms are made new again in their unplugged versions.
I hope you have a spooky Halloween, and Soundcheck will be back next Thursday on the first of the new month!