Four massive music releases dropping this Friday that we’re excited AF about

Music 23/11/2016
Ooosh! This weekend has one sick playlist lined up already. Here are four reasons for you to be even more amped up for Friday than usual. 


1. The George FM Yearbook 2016

Featuring DJ Snake, RÜFÜS, High Contrast, Skrillex & DIPLO, KINGS, GTA & What So Not, Kilter and more. Mixed by our very own Dan Aux.

Try score yourself a couple tickets to our Album Release Party this Friday here. KINGS will be performing. Which just so happens to coincide with his own self-titled EP dropping...  

The George Yearbook 2016


Breakthrough Artist of the Year, KINGS, the man responsible for one of the biggest songs of the year, ‘Don’t Worry ‘Bout It’, will release his debut, self-titled EP this Friday 25 November. The EP features the smash hit ‘Don’t Worry Bout It’, the new brand new single ‘Some Day’, along with four other tracks.

Speaking about the new single, “I think everybody has experienced or been a part of a relationship that wasn't necessarily right for them,” says KINGS. “I wanted to convey a male perspective on the situation. There aren't many songs at the moment that shine light on what a dude goes through when he loses someone he was connected too.”

Watch KINGS talk about his music here.


3. Flume - Skin Companion

Following up from the release of Flume's massive second album earlier this year, Skin, which hit No.1 in New Zealand and Australia. No.1 on the US Billboard Dance/Electronic album charts and No.8 on the Billboard 200. Shwoah!

Flume's dropping a four-track EP called Skin Companion this Friday. It includes four tracks of “music that were written around the same time, ” as Skin, and the new EP will be released as a 12” vinyl. Fucking dope.

Listen to the wavey af tune 'Quirk' from Skin Companion, in this video where Flume goes for a casual surf with none other than Kelly Slater here.

Skin Companion

4. The Weeknd – Starboy

The Weeknd’s highly anticipated third studio album Starboy hits stores this Friday.

With Daft Punk, Kendrick Lamar, Lana Del Ray and Future featuring on the album and the Starboy single dominating George airwaves, this album has got us seriously excited.

Check out the new single 'I Feel It Coming' featuring DaftPunk here.


Friday can't come soon enough.