Tracks of the Week: new music from Pink Floyd, The Sheepdogs and more

The results of our Tracks Of The Week competition are often inspirational, as the bands that triumph often do so when they’re up against acts whose real-world popularity far exceeds their own. They’ll mobilize their fans, and their fans will mobilize their friends, and before you know it, the Communist Orgy Penguins, a five-piece alternative rock band from Droitwich, are looking to be more popular than the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Well, that didn’t happen this week. Firstly because the Communist Orgy Penguins don’t actually exist (we made them up for story purposes, see), but also because the Red Hot Chili Peppers actually bucked trends for years to become a rare Tracks Of The Week winner , whose fame is already global. So well done.

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