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Summer is nearly upon us and we're here to help you soundtrack those glorious days in the sun with the ultimate round-up of summer songs.
Summer is just around the corner and, whether you're jetting off somewhere exotic or throwing a wild BBQ, you're going to need the tunes to see you through till the early hours. Here are our predictions for what tracks we think are going to soundtrack your summer in 2015.
'The Girl Is Mine' is the enormous debut from London house duo 99 Souls. It's a fresh spin on something so nostalgic you'll be moving before you even realise it. This is going to be huge!
We all know how messy summer can get. Tchami is here to soundtrack that messiness. Hold on tight to this track, it's going to see you through the whole season.
Jess Glynne spent the majority of summer 2014 touring with Clean Bandit, but this year she's taking that soulful voice out alone. Hold My Hand sounds like a disco track from the seventies with a 2015 twist.
A sun tinged melody, Teach Me basically sounds like warm nights on a beach. What's more, the vocal is so infectious that it might just stay in your head till Autumn.
Major Lazer are seasoned pros at penning certified summer bangers and 'Lean On' is no exception. This track will be blasting out of every club sound system come May.
Already a hit in 2015, and guaranteed to draw big crowds at the festivals, Years & Years are looking like they're going to own the summer. King is their infectious singalong anthem.
When it comes to big room sounds, you need a producer like Eric Prydz and 'Tether' looks set to destroy dancefloors around the world this summer and beyond.
Duke Dumont's new track originated in 2012 when it became an underground club hit, and now the 'I Got U' super-producer has updated the house anthem ready for an official release on 21st June 2015.
'Never Let You Go' is sure to be a favourite among festival goers this year as Rudimental prepare to perform at Glastonbury and alongside Disclosure Wildlife at Festival, which they are co-hosting with the dance duo in Brighton.
Just in time for summer, Disclosure have unveiled their first new song for almost two years. "As work speedily progresses on our next record, we wanted to give you guys something for the summer," the brothers said in a statement. Thanks guys!
Phillip George follows up his huge hit 'Wish You Were Mine' with bouncy new song 'Afraid To Love,' an absolute sunshine banger.