It feels wrong to post a news roundup of new singles and tour announcements during a week like this. Tedious and irrelevant. Music matters but do you know what matters more? Black lives.

RIP Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.

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Craig David announces new UK show dates

Craig David is set to play two more UK headline shows this year. Since his show at London's KOKO sold out in under ten minutes earlier this year, he has announced that he'll return to play Brixton Academy on October 20, along with a headlining show in Manchester at the Academy on October 21.

Ryley Walker shares 'The Roundabout' from forthcoming Golden Sings that Have Been Sung

Ryley Walker has delivered is new single 'The Roundabout,' from his upcoming album Golden Sings that Have Been Sung, which drops on August 19 on Dead Oceans. The Wilco-produced number, like the entire album to come, "was made for the dewy magic hour when night and day have yet to meet and, as long as the song is playing, you feel you could briefly leave the corporeal world with them.'

Factory Floor share new track 'Ya'

Factory Floor have delivered their new single 'Ya,' the latest track to be taken from their sophomore abum 25 25, which is set for release on August 19 via DFA. The pair's project is inspired by playing a growing number of late night club shows delivered as "a stark, ultra-minimalist and eerily soulful dancefloor pulse."

Peaches debuts official 'VAGINOPLASTY' video

Peaches has debuted the new video for 'Vaginoplasty', the latest in the series from her latest album Rub. The video features stars like Margaret Cho, Lex Vaughn, Murray Hill and Lisa McNeely. "This is my version of a fun summertime video inspired by Esther Williams," says Peaches. "I finally got a chance to feature my touring dancers Jess Daly and Agent Cleave and of course the one and only Christeene!"

LOCAL NATIVES deliver new single 'Fountain Of Youth'

Local Natives have released their new single 'Fountain Of Youth,' from their upcoming third album Sunlit Youth, out September 9 on Infectious Music / Loma Vista Recordings. "In a time of cynicism dressed as realism, when it feels like the world might be falling apart around us, I believe there is reason to be hopeful, optimistic, and idealistic," they said in a statement. "Socially, politically and personally, I've felt many defeats, but come back to the realisation that this is our world to make. Consider the many victories, small and large, that have been going on around us these last couple of years. There's a lot left to do, but we should feel hopeful that we are the ones who can do it, and we can do whatever we want."

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