Undiscovered is a new weekly playlist sharing our pick of the best new music from the world's most exciting emerging musicians. You heard it here first.

"Hey Michael" by Wallice & marinelli

"Hey Michael" is a new single from the rising queen of self-deprecation, Wallice. Packed with no-holds-barred lyrics, it's "a revenge anthem for anyone who has encountered a gaslighting, manipulative person. It’s what I wish I would have said to all the ‘Michael’s’ I have met in my life", Wallice explained.

"What's On Your Mind" by Drug Store Romeos

Hampshire three-piece, Drug Store Romeos, share another hazy, end of the night number in the shape of "What's On Your Mind". It's a teaser to their upcoming album, 'the world within our bedrooms', out 25th June. The band promises it will be "a journey of emotions and colour schemes".

"Raw" by Leo Bhanji

Dirty Hit artist, Leo Bhanji, channels King Krule vibes on his stripped-back new single "Raw". "This is music that I just wanted to keep learning with and look back on as something special kept from whatever was going on at the time", he shared.

"summer 18" by gcmayn

The debut single from brand new hyperpop artist, gcmayn, tells the story of one of his favourite memories. "If I could go back in time to summer 18 I promise I would" gcmayn sings over a thumping, repetitive beat. Can relate.

"Headz Gone West" by Nia Archives

Raving since she was 16, Nia Archives' channels this energy into her new track "Headz Gone West". She's also announced her forthcoming EP of the same name, slated for release on 29th April. "Overall the project is massively inspired by my love for breakbeats, jungle and DnB", Nia explained.

"Capstone" by 81355

Indianapolis trip 81355's (pronounced 'Bless' and comprised of Sirius Blvck, Oreo Jones, and Sedcairn Archives) latest single, “Capstone”, is a melodically eerie, mellow track with tinkling synths. It's a taste of their upcoming album, 'This Time I'll Be Of Use', set for release on 28th May via the label co-founded by Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and The National’s Aaron and Bryce Dessner.

"WARNING SIGNS" by Devon

Gloucestershire alt-pop artist Devon has shared new single "WARNING SIGNS" which looks back at a time he was acting out of character and destroying relationships while doing so. "The song talks from a outsiders perspective looking at other people and us as a human race, and how we can sometimes destroy ourselves by living in denial of issues", he shared.

"Two Face" by L'Rain

Experimental soul artist, curator and multi-instrumentalist L’Rain shares the psychedelic number "Two Face", and has announced her upcoming album, 'Fatigue'.

"No Smoke" by Tiberius b

The newest signing to Mark Ronson’s Zelig Records, London-based singer and producer, Tiberius b, shares their worries on "No Smoke". An EP is due later this spring.

"I Am the Ex Now" by Eva-Lina

A bubbling electro-pop perfect for dancing around your room to. Or one day (soon hopefully) for your houseparty playlist!

"On My Mind" by Shango SK

Stockport musician Shango SK shares the smooth-as-butter, R&B inflected single "On My Mind" about a girl he can't stop thinking about.

"Wings" by Luca Firth

The debut single from 19-year-old Luca Firth is giving us sunny, breezy day spring vibes. The alt-folk number was born out of tumultuous times, but it looks like Luca managed to make something beautiful from it.

"Coney Island" by SEB

The second single from LA-based bedroom-pop musician and producer SEB's upcoming debut EP 'IT’S OKAY, WE’RE DREAMING', "Coney Island" is a deceptively upbeat, summer track for it's lyrical matter, on which SEB discusses some of his "darkest truths" and mental health struggles.

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