5 Future Hits You Might Not Know, But Really Should! (2nd October 2016)

We have finally made it into October and with that comes a flood of new singles for you to devour.

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James Arthur has only gone and bagged the No.1 spot for a third week in a row! His single 'Never Let Me Go' kept out competition from Niall Horan and The Weeknd in a tense battle.

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Parcels - 'Myenemy'

Fresh, funky and a beat that'll keep you pressing play over and over again. Parcels are a funk-pop group from Byron Bay Australia formed in mid-2014 bringing out a unique blend of contemporary electronica and matured funk disco.

JATA - 'Ebony'

JATA's 'Ebony' is as sultry as any single you're likely to hear this month. His debut EP series ‘The Bells’ in 2015 clocked over a million plays and now we're ready for his debut full length album due to drop in 2017.

Charlotte OC - 'Darkest Hour'

In the words of Charlotte OC herself, the track is “an introduction to what the album is about – love, loss and family.” Just press play and thank us later.

Joy Crookes - 'Sinatra'

Joy Crookes is a natural wordsmith, penning personal lyrics that are both frank, and engaging - not just for her years but by any standard. She's only 17 years old but writes music fit for any experiences songwriter.

Bon Iver - '666'

With Bon Iver's third album dropping last Friday, it was almost impossible for us to ignore. Justin Vernon and co. dropped this lyric video to accompany '666'. Prepare for a mix of electronic beauty and falsetto beyond your wildest of dreams.