Tracks of the Week: Dutch Mustard, Honey Guide, Eloise Viola, Quinn Christopherson & Exit Kid



Dutch Mustard leads the charge in this week's 'Tracks of the Week'. A treat for fans of Wolf Alice, The Big Moon and 90's nostalgia, 'A Song For Dreamers' is a good old listen indeed.


Elsewhere there's EP news left right and centre, with new announcements from Honey Guide, Quinn Christopherson and Exit Kid – plus a big 'ol pop number from Eloise Viola.


Dig in below.



Dutch Mustard - 'A Song For Dreamers'


Dutch Mustard is the solo project from London-based Sarah-Jayne Riedel. New single 'A Song For Dreamers' is a fuzzy, anthemic slice of alt-rock bliss. There's hints of Wolf Alice and The Big Moon in there, with an added fuzzy and nostalgic 90's twist.


The track is taken from a debut EP, due 2022 via Bad Influence Records - keep your eyes peeled for that one.



Honey Guide - 'Just My Style'


Joining forces with Leeds legends Eades and their Bam Bam Records label, Jacob Andrews has unveiled a new track as Honey Guide. 'Just My Style' comes from the debut EP 'A Tidy Room Is A Tidy Mind', due 10th December and pairs woozy melodies with a subtly psychedelic tinge.


A soothing, warming listen indeed.



Eloise Viola - 'Trying To Love Ya'


The latest offering from London-based Eloise Viola boasts funky, disco-leaning rhythm in the masses. 'Trying To Love Ya' displays the compelling pop vocals which have earned Viola streaming numbers in their millions.


Eloise is out on tour right now, catch her supporting Lawson on their UK tour.



Quinn Christopherson - 'Bubblegum'


Quinn Christopherson has launched his new EP, 'I Am Bubblegum' with 'Bubblegum', a celebration of evolving and growing as a person. A captivating listen, it's Christopherson's first release with Play It Again Sam – priming him as a hot tip for 2022.


'I Am Bubblegum', the EP is out 3rd December.



Exit Kid - 'This I Know'


Continuing the EP trend, Exit Kid have announced 'Basis'. The news comes alongside 'This I Know', a grunge infused pop smash the pair describe as "about how we pull the wool over our own eyes rather than deal with the messiness of reality. An opinion is now a hill to die upon.”


The pair's new EP effort, 'Basis' arrives 10th December.