Heavy Rotation: Destroyer, FKA twigs, Roah Summit & More

The latest singles from Tame Impala, Roah Summit, FKA twigs and Banners...

Shine a Light (Banners) - Liverpool-based singer Mike Nelson turns the ballad into an epic thumper of a song!

Let it All Go (Birdy + Rhodes) - A truly heartbreaking piano-laden duet from Birdy and David Rhodes.

You Belong To Me (Bryan Adams) - The Summer of '69 and (Everything I Do) I Do It For You singer drops an ultra-catchy single from his upcoming album Get Up!

Ceremony (Day Wave) - This cover version of New Order's debut punk-rock single gets the perfect vocal support in Jackson Phillips.

Times Square (Destroyer) - In love, love, love with this retro song, not to forget the gorgeous sax!

Give A Little, Hero (Family of the Year) - Mellow and serene, these guitary singles from Family of the Year make for lovely listens.

In Time (FKA twigs) - Addiction is a wrong word, perhaps, hypnotic would be better, as singer FKA twigs sings about the perfect relationship she wants to share with her man.

Sapokanikan (Joanna Newsom) - I am still trying to wrap my head around the lyrical aspects of the song, but it has to be one of the freshest tunes I've heard this year. Especially that harp-piano fusion is sublimely beautiful.

Fortunes (Metric) - Dreamy and a delicious slice of synthpop perfection with a fabulous chorus to boot.

Slumlord (Neon Indian) - Full-blown synthpop and funky, this is one helluva addictive song.

It's Real, Talking Backwards, Had to Hear (Real Estate) - Jangly, pleasant tunes accentuated by their distinctive electronic soundscape. And those guitars border on bliss!

Deep Bloom, Take Care, Paul Bunyan (Roah Summit) - Lush, moody and transportive, Canadian rock outfit Roah Summit hits the bull's eye with the haunting Paul Bunyan. And that synth, wow!

Save the World (Swedish House Mafia) - The band may have officially split, but Save the World is a sheer rush of energy unrivaled even by their best-known Don't You Worry Child.

New Person, Same Old Mistakes (Tame Impala) - Change is the only constant, and Tame Impala goes full-on introspective in this lysergic stunner. Ambient, disorienting and groovy all at once, you can't help but float through Kevin Parker's Currents!