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Charli XCX, Foals, Alfie Templeman, Thomas Headon and more – this is what’s fresh on the Dork Radio playlist this week

Here are the new tracks joining our heavy rotation this week.

If you pay even the slightest bit of attention while browsing this very website, you’ll be well aware of Dork Radio. Our audio arm, it’s dedicated to a 24/7/365 stream of specially curated new music. With no room for algorithms or robots who want to guess at what you’re into based on that time your dad hijacked your streaming account, it’s a constantly updated version of our musical world.

There’s a whole heap of new music joining the Dork Radio airwaves this week, as we keep our playlists fresh. That means additions from the likes of Charli XCX, Foals, Alfie Templeman, Thomas Headon, Shame, Swim Deep & Phoebe Green, Franz Ferdinand, beaux, Willow Kayne, Frances Forever and loads more.

These are the fresh tunes you’ll be able to hear in heavy rotation from this week.

Alfie Templeman – 3D Feelings
beaux – fall forward
Charli XCX – New Shapes (ft. Christine and the Queens and Caroline Polachek)
DEADLETTER – Pop Culture Connoisseur
Foals – Wake Me Up
Frances Forever – Certified Fool
Franz Ferdinand – Billy Goodbye
iDKHOW – New Invention (ft. Tessa Violet)
Master Peace – Shakedown
Oscar Scheller – Weirdo
Shame – This Side of the Sun
Sinead O’Brien – GIRLKIND
Swim Deep & Phoebe Green – On The Floor
Thomas Headon – Strawberry Kisses
Willow Kayne – Opinion

You can find the full playlist here, and listen to Dork Radio now by heading to readdork.com/radio. Alternatively, you can listen via the TuneIn app on iOS and Android – just search for Dork Radio.

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