Six Must-Hear Songs To Get You Through The Week

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Yuck
"Age Of Consent"
By way of advert for their new album Glow And Behold, out in a few weeks, a stomping New Order cover.

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Gregory Porter
"Liquid Spirit"
There's some knockout singing on this increasingly-namchecked, talented soul man's third album, also called Liquid Spirit, and out today.

 

Goldfrapp
"Clay"
From the grown-up, not-very-party-starting, but-very-good, duo's new 6th album, Tales Of Us.

 

The Clash
"Train In Vain"
What links Andy McNab, Damien Hirst, Boris Johnson, Kristin Scott Thomas, Suggs, and Tracy Emin? Answer: They all chose The Clash on Desert Island Discs. Currently more active than they have been in about 35 years on account of two new career retrospectives (out today), check out Jon Savage's superb take on the band "The Magnificent Seven: Reasons Why The Clash Still Matter" in the first issue of our brilliant new 99p Esquire Weekly. Try Esquire's new iPad edition FREE for 3 months.

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Coldplay
"Atlas"
From the Hunger Games: Catching Fire soundtrack, a restrained, minimalist compliment to their recent Mylo Xyloto flouro-pop.

 

MGMT
MGMT
Not so much a new song, a whole new album. Available to enjoy a week early over at Rdio. (You need to sign up for a free subscription).