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Written by LN Team / 📸: Eric Kelly / May 14, 2019

Here are some songs we’ve got playing on repeat in the office this week:

BAYNK - ‘Water’

TOURING INFO: Following on from performing at Coachella, this July the New Zealand producer and songwriter brings his brand new 'Someone's EP II' EP to Australia and New Zealand - click HERE for AU tickets and HERE for New Zealand.

Ghostemane - ‘Judgement Night’

This new song sees him collaborating with the Los Angeles electronic-noise-rock group HEALTH - on a song that Revolver describe as follows: “The song upholds HEALTH's commitment to creating spacious, eerie atmosphere but also incorporates a hard-hitting beat perfect for Ghoste to flow over. Unsettling yet infectious, the cut is an ideal fusion of haunting and hooky; refrains of "God is a no show" repeat over the ethereal vocals of HEALTH vocalist Jake Duzsik, giving the grief track deceptive depth and expansiveness.”

TOURING INFO: The experimental rapper kicks off his Australian + NZ tour this Friday in Sydney - click HERE for AU tickets and HERE for NZ tickets.

Nina Nesbitt - ‘Afterhours’

Nina Nesbitt has teamed up with AJ Mitchell and production duo teamwork on 'Afterhours', a brand new summery song which first came around when Nina wrote the song with teamwork on a night in London back in 2018.

TOURING INFO: The Scottish singer-songwriter (who exceeds 10 million monthly listeners) plays her first ever Australian and New Zealand shows, starting at the end of the month - click HERE for AU tickets and HERE for NZ tickets.

SZA - ‘Power Is Power’

TOURING INFO: Returning as a headliner for Splendour In The Grass, SZA will play a series of sideshows in July - and we’re obsessed with her anthemic new song ‘Power Is Power’! Click HERE for AU tickets and HERE for NZ tickets.

Russ - ‘Civil War’

TOURING INFO: He plays a string of Splendour In The Grass sideshows this July, and we can’t wait to see this new music live. Click HERE for AU tickets and HERE for NZ tickets.

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