UKNY On FUV For August 17

by Kara Manning
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Summer might be waning, but on Saturday night at 11, UKNY will keep calm and carry on with new music from Eliza and the Bear, Summer Camp, Chvrches, Pulp, The Duckworth Lewis Method and more.

The Commonwealth Cut looks to Australia with Flume and we'll pay tribute to drummer Jon Brookes of The Charlatans who sadly passed away earlier this week.

Join me for UKNY Saturday nights at 11 following Vin Scelsa's "Idiot's Delight"® and Marshall Crenshaw's "The Bottomless Pit" on 90.7 WFUV, also streaming online.

Missed a show? You can find UKNY in the FUV archives.

Songs played:

Eliza and the Bear, "Friends," single (Generator)
Weekend, "Summerdays," La Variéte (Cherry Red)
Kathryn Williams, "Heart Shaped Stone," Crown Electric (One Little Indian)
Chvrches, "Gun," The Bones Of What You Believe (Virgin UK)
Summer Camp, "Fresh," Summer Camp ([PIAS America/Moshi Moshi)
Pulp, "Do You Remember The First Time," His 'N' Hers (Island)
The Charlatans, "How Can You Leave Us," Tellin' Stories (MCA)
Passenger, "Holes," All the Little Lights (Black Crow Records)
Modern English, "Hands Across The Sea," Ricochet Days (4AD)
Commonwealth Cut: Flume featuring Jezzabell Doran, "Sleepless," Flume (Transgressive/Mom + Pop)
All We Are, "Utmost Good," single (Obscenic UK)
The Duckworth Lewis Method, "Out In The Middle," Sticky Wickets (Divine Comedy Records)
She Makes War, "Butterflies," The Butterflies EP (My Big Sister Recordings)
A Little Orchestra, "Train Tracks For Wheezy," Clocks (Vollwert Records)
 

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