Every week, Music News and Liberty Music look at the best new releases from emerging and self-releasing artists.

Beauty Sleep – ‘Nature Will Eat Me’

With their eagerly-awaited debut album ‘Be Kind’ set to arrive in May, Belfast-based trio Beauty Sleep now look to bring even more swagger to their first full-length with their latest single ‘Nature Will Eat Me’. Taking influence from fellow uplifting electro-pop acts such as Bleachers and Passion Pit, the three-piece continue their adventures in smooth, laid-back production with this wonderfully serene release.

Bokito – ‘Colleen Bawn’

Having already established themselves as one of the hottest new names on the block, Bokito continue their current form with the unveiling of their latest hit ‘Colleen Bawn’. Channelling that same upbeat energy as Two Door Cinema Club, the group move and bounce their way through this fresh and vibrant indie-pop jam.

Oriion – ‘Siren Call’

Having moved around between Los Angeles, New York and Berlin throughout his adult life, producer Oriion now looks to channel his multinational perspective into his latest offering ‘Siren Call’. Taken from his forthcoming new EP, the frontman takes his influence from the suave and eccentric sounds of George Michael and Daft Punk on this anthemic and forward-thinking new release.

Bonnie x Clyde – ‘The Good Life’

Having already captivated the US dance scene with a flurry of exciting EP and single releases, Bonnie x Clyde now bring their fist-pumping sound to UK shores with this instant party anthem ‘The Good Life’. Bringing the same upbeat production as Charli XCX and Sofi Tukker to their latest release, the pair have delivered a brilliantly catchy and infectious release in the process.

La Bouquet – ‘Bad News’

After several months of sharing one captivating single after another, La Bouquet have finally released their long-awaited debut album ‘Sad People Dancing’. Filled with the previously shared cuts ‘Pure Heartbreak’, ‘Bad News!’ and the record’s title-track, the trio have become the latest outfit to embrace the post-punk sound in a contemporary way, showing all the others just how it is done.