In Case You Missed It: Week of April 6

New shares from Tame Impala, Florence and the Machine, Mumford and Sons and more

It was a short week for some but many artists didn’t take the “holiday Monday” off. This week Tame Impala dropped another new song and gave us details on an upcoming record, Florence and the Machine gave us a new track from How Big How Blue How Beautiful, and Mumford and Sons made more noise with their new cut called “The Wolf”.

Check out some of the best shares of the week, below:

So far we had only heard the single “Believe”, a glittery sounding song that almost came across has a ballad. Mumford and Sons shared another track entitled “The Wolf” that will make you move a little more.

Joel Plaskett crammed into our Collective Arts Black Box to perform a pair of new songs from the new LP The Park Avenue Sobriety Test.

On June 1 we get How Big How Blue How Beautiful, the upcoming record from Florence and the Machine. It’s a lengthy wait so here’s another song to keep you occupied.

Tame Impala brings the relaxed psychedelic feels with a new song called “Cause I’m a Man”.

Another reason to get excited for Flume’s set a Bestival! Take a listen to his take on Sam Smith’s “Lay Me Down”.