5 Future Hits You Might Not Know, But Really Should! (10th July 2016)

We're into the second week of July already and the future hits are STILL rolling in thick and fast.

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Kungs has FINALLY been knocked off the top of the Vodafone Big Top 40 after a dominant 4 week run in pole position. However, you're looking for new music aren't you!? Well, you have come to the right place.

Check out our entire archive of songs you might not know but should really be listening to!

Check out our picks for the future below:

RABBII - 'New Friends'

If you're looking for something a little different from the norm then you've just lucked out. The Stockholm duo bring us 'New Friends'; a single that'll send you into a haze of dance and pop music blended into 4 minutes of bliss.

LYRA - 'Broken Down'

2016 better get ready for a new anthem Queen, because she's just arrived. LYRA's distinctive Irish accent paired with dramatic drumming create a haunting yet empowering force of a track. 'Broken Down' is taken from her debut EP 'W.I.L.D'.

Girl Friend - 'Hello Stranger'

Brother and sister team Amory & Eleanor Neish-Melling a.k.a Girl Friend are an electro disco duo you really have to hear if you like to dance. Their single 'Hello Stranger' was produced by Rich Turney, who's worked with Indie favourites Blossoms.

Shura - 'Make It Up'

We've ALL heard of Shura by now, however if you haven't you're in for a huge treat today. Her new track 'Make It Up' is taken from her studio album 'Nothing's Real' and upon first listen you could be mistaken that Prince might've written this little masterpiece, it is THAT good.

James Vincent McMorrow - 'Rising Water'

Talk about evolving with the times! Wow, we ALL love James Vincent McMorrow's acoustic musings but his new single 'Rising Water' has taken a complete new direction, incorporating a little electro here and there. We can't stop playing this, as in, we're playing it right now as we type these words.

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