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  1. Welcome to the 20th Songs of the Week of 2022. It was a mixed week for new tracks, but there were still some good ones worth crowing about and we settled on a Top 13.
  2. We don’t know who Moist Limb are exactly, but they have produced a disturbing and hilarious parody cover of Wet Leg’s 2021 hit “Chaise Longue.” Moist Limb’s version is titled “Trone Noir” and is accompanied by a video that remakes the “Chaise Longue” video in horror movie mode (hearts are eaten).
  3. Acclaimed actress Jessie Buckley (I’m Thinking of Ending Things, The Lost Daughter) and ex-Suede guitarist Bernard Butler are releasing an album, For All Our Days That Tear The Heart, on June 17 via EMI. Now they have shared the album’s third single, atmospheric and lush title track “For All Our Days That Tear The Heart” via a black & white video that features various faces looking at the camera, including Buckley and Butler.
  4. With their forthcoming debut album, Salt Lake City quartet The Mellons have crafted a unique bent on dreamy baroque pop, one tinged with offbeat instrumental palettes, gently lulling nostalgia, and taut pop hooks. These come together in a colorful symphonic reverie on their upcoming debut, fittingly titled Introducing…The Mellons.
  5. Focus Wales delivered on every level, proving once again why it’s the pinnacle of UK showcase events