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8 Best Songs of the Week: Jack Peñate, Foals, Vagabon, Wolf Parade, and More

Plus Michael Kiwanuka, Little Scream, Matt Berninger, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Oct 18, 2019

Welcome to another Songs of the Week. It was a pretty light week, in terms of new songs this week. Hence we only have a Top 8. More

Oct 16, 2019

English singer/songwriter Jack Peñate has announced his first new album in 10 years, After You, and shared its new single, "Murder," via a video for the track. More

Watch: Jarvis Cocker Sings “Girl With One Eye” With Florence and the Machine

Live Guests Also Included Patrick Wolf, Jack Peñate, Kid Harpoon

Dec 01, 2009

This past weekend, U.K. hitmakers Florence and the Machine played a guest-crazy show at London's Tabernacle. (Via NME.) The gig featured surprise guest spots from Patrick Wolf, Jack Peñate, Kid Harpoon, and our former cover subject Jarvis Cocker. More

Jack Peñate to Release Second Album in August

Everything is New Is All New Ground for Peñate

May 12, 2009

Jack Peñate is starting clean with his appropriately titled sophomore effort, Everything is New. More



Reviews

Everything Is New

Everything Is New

XL

Sep 02, 2009

British singer/songwriter Jack Peñate knows a thing or two about starting over. At the age of 24, with his 2007 debut album Matinee already having snagged him a spot on the U.K. charts and a cover of NME, Peñate headed back to the studio, ready to try something different. He emerged with Everything Is New, an album that expands his radio-friendly sound to include Brazilian, Afrobeat, and lo-fi hip-hop influences without sacrificing any of his trademark every-man likeability. Grouped into the "Estuary English" pack of U.K. pop-performers who sing without altering their English accent, a category that includes the likes of Lily Allen, Kate Nash, and Adele, Peñate's sophomore effort represents a major step forward, demonstrating that he might just have the chops to outstrip the lot of 'em. More