‘Circles’ seems on Submit Malone’s Grammy-nominated 2019 album ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’.
For the brand new cowl model, Bugg provides his trademark rock’n’roll swagger to the observe, backed by a full band and carried out in a studio setting.
Watch Jake Bugg’s model of ‘Circles’ beneath.
Bugg’s final album ‘Hearts That Strain’ was launched in 2017. In a two-star evaluation, NME mentioned: “The defining function of ‘Hearts That Pressure’ could also be its puzzling lack of urgency: Bugg began as an inheritor obvious to the Gallagher brothers, however on MOR-country ballads like ‘This Time’ or ‘Greater Lover’ he sounds extra like an over-earnest James-Blunt-in-waiting.”
Bugg additionally lately revealed that he’s currently writing music for a film about the Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho. A documentary on the 2002 World Cup winner is within the works by the filmmakers Andrew and Stuart Douglas, who’ve labored on a few of Bugg’s music movies up to now.
“They directed a few music movies for me and requested if I’d have a go,” Bugg advised The Solar. “That’s what I used to be doing within the earlier lockdown. It’s not one thing I’m going to get bored with. You all the time wish to be concerned within the subsequent observe.”
Submit Malone, in the meantime, almost appeared on ‘Shore’, the new album by Fleet Foxes, the band’s frontman Robin Pecknold has revealed.
The rapper’s love for the Seattle indie band is nicely documented, and Pecknold revealed that he “got here by the studio for sooner or later whereas we had been working in LA and listened to stuff and was tremendous supportive,” including that “he was down [to appear on the album] however we simply didn’t find yourself having time”.