The summer is often a time when new album releases calm down a little, but singles get popping as artists give us tastes of what they'll be delivering later in the year. This makes perfect filling for a summertime playlist, and that's exactly what we have for you here in our collection of June's Tracks Of The Day. There's plenty to get your hips moving, from Fort Romeau's tech-house mastery to Ross From Friends heartwarming groove to Mitski's turn at disco. For those looking for something more reflective in those long summer evenings, there's joy to be found in the return from Spiritualized, Spider Bags' country-punk epic and Peluché's freeform jazz-pop. There's plenty more beside that too, so get stuck in below.

The playlist of our June Tracks Of The Day can be found here as well as below, and the complete collection of Tracks Of The Day for 2018 can be found here, which is updated daily.

Links to our write-ups of each of our June Tracks of the Day:

Evvol return with the electro pop queer-pride anthem and video 'Release Me'

Fort Romeau's summer breeze techno stunner 'Pablo'

IDLES pen a stomping ode to their immigrant pals 'Danny Nedelko', announce second album

Experimental composer and producer Oliver Coates invites you over to his planet to visit 'A Church', from new album

Ross From Friends delivers the comfy and joyous tech-house 'Project Cybersyn' and announces debut album

Southern-fried soul legend Swamp Dogg teams up with Bon Iver for 'I'll Pretend' and announces new album

Spiritualized deliver a double helping of tracks 'I'm Your Man' and 'A Perfect Miracle', from long-awaited new album

Low release quaking triptych of new songs and announce 12th album Double Negative

Deafheaven produce one of their grandest songs to date in the flamboyant 'Canary Yellow'

Anna Meredith teams with the Scottish Ensemble on 'Low Light' and 'Ice' from their techno reimagining of Vivaldi

K-pop superstars TWICE go there and dare to cover the Jackson 5 with 'I Want You Back'

Lotic turns weakness inside out on the soulful and gnashing 'Solace'

Oso Oso deliver slick and addictive pop-punk meditations on life upheaval on 'gb/ol h/nf' and 'subside'

Mass Gothic find strength in each other on the ascendant 'J.Z.O.K.', and announce new album

Squirrel Flower's ceremonial slow burner 'Daylight Savings'

Peluché perform psychedelic escalation with new single 'To Be A Bird'

Our Girl channel insecurities into dynamic rock bluster on 'In My Head'

Mitski dreams through solitude on her disco-tinged new single and video 'Nobody'

Marissa Nadler is captivating in her confession on 'For My Crimes', the title track from her new album

Spider Bags' epic alt-rock fable 'My Heart Is A Flame In Reverse'

William Doyle (fka East India Youth) reflects on the psychedelic suburbs of his teen years in 'Millersdale'