UK Indie-Folk Trio Daughter Named As Triple J's Next Feature Album Artist

27 January 2016 | 3:37 pm | Staff Writer

Also: new tracks from AlunaGeorge, Food Court, Savages, Slum Sociable & more

In case you were worried about the longevity of the indie-folk movement, you'll be pleased to know it's in good hands with UK trio Daughter, whose new album, Not To Disappear, leads the pack of new additions coming to the airwaves on triple j next week.

The post-Hottest 100 playlist will also benefit from the addition of eclectic artists including AlunaGeorge (I'm In Control, feat. Popcaan), Food Court (For The Morning), Hands Like Houses (Colourblind), Savages (T I W Y G), Slum Sociable (Apartment) and more.

Meanwhile, the keen-eared will be able to hear new cuts from Cub Sport (courtesy their bangin' new single I Can't Save You), Julien Baker (Something), L.K. McKay (Tip Toe, feat. Doe Paoro/Alexander Burnett) and Lemaitre (Stepping Stone feat. Mark Johns).

See the full list of additions below.

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triple j feature album

Daughter — Not To Disappear (4AD/Remote Control)

playlist additions

AlunaGeorge — I'm In Control (ft. Popcaan) (Universal)

Food Court — For The Morning (

Freddie Gibbs — Extradite (ft. Black Thought) (ESGN/Empire)

Hands Like Houses — Colourblind (UNFD/Warner)

Montaigne — In The Dark (Wonderlick/Sony)

Savages — T I W Y G (Matador/Remote Control)

Slum Sociable — Apartment (Liberation/Mushroom)

Sunflower Bean — Wall Watcher (Fat Possum/Inertia)

spot additions

Cub Sport — I Can't Save You (Independent)

Julien Baker — Something (Spunk)

L.K. McKay — Tip Toe (ft. Doe Paoro/Alexander Burnett) (Dew Process)

Lemaitre — Stepping Stone (ft. Mark Johns) (EMI)