An ab­so­lutely bang­ing Fresh­ers’ Week playlist

Be the per­son who knows the most about new tunes. Pre-drinks will never be the same again




Who: Lon­don MC with chart am­bi­tions.

What it says about you: You’re ready, will­ing and able to cre­ate a life­long bond over a night on dis­count voddy.

lao ra

Me Gusta

Who: Colom­bian-born, Lon­don-based pop new­comer. What it says about you: Cheap cans are great, but you’re well up for some swanky cock­tails should the op­por­tu­nity arise. Tur­tle Bay, here we come.

Pale Waves

Television Ro­mance

Who: Manch­ester’s next great in­die band.

What it says about you: You know ex­actly which banger will be dom­i­nat­ing your next in­die club night. It’s this one, obvs.


Don’t Kill My Vibe

Who: Nor­we­gian pop new­comer des­tined to be a star.

What it says about you:

A good time never ends when you’re about. Noth­ing will stand in your way. Not even that ghastly Fresh­ers’ Flu.



Who: Funky Aussie band who’ve worked with Daft Punk. What it says about you: That you’re the party-start­ing queen or king of your block.

jorja smith

On My Mind

Who: Mid­lands singer, pals with Drake.

What it says about you: From silky R&B to old-school garage, there’s not much that gets past you when it comes to brand new dance­floor fillers.


Some­thing For Your M.I.N.D.

Who: Bonkers pop troupe from all over the globe.

What it says about you: You’re prob­a­bly good for a Rick And Morty ses­sion on Satur­day af­ter­noon.



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