The new installment of the nation’s favourite compilation series, Now That’s What I Call Music!, has revealed its tracklisting.

Now 93 – which is set for a March 18th release – includes 44 songs, with the tracklisting featuring six Official Singles Chart Number 1s: Justin Bieber’s Sorry and Love Yourself, Lukas Graham’s 7 Years, Shawn Mendes’ Stitches, Zayn’s Pillowtalk and last but not least, the Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir’s A Bridge Over You.

An abundance of Top 40 chart hits are packed into the collection, including tracks from 99 Souls, Coldplay, Fleur East, Jonas Blue, Little Mix, Mike Posner, The Weeknd and Zara Larsson.

Check out the complete tracklisting for Now 93, plus its cover artwork below.


01. Lukas Graham – 7 Years
02. Justin Bieber – Love Yourself
03. Zayn – Pillowtalk
04. Coldplay featuring Beyoncé – Hymn For The Weekend
05. Mike Posner – I Took A Pill In Ibiza (SeeB Remix)
06. Zara Larsson – Lush Life
07. Jonas Blue feat. Dakota – Fast Car
08. Shawn Mendes – Stitches
09. Major Lazer feat. Nyla & Fuse ODG – Light It Up (Remix)
10. Snakehips feat. Tinashe & Chance The Rapper – All My Friends
11. Little Mix feat. Jason Derulo – Secret Love Song
12. Jess Glynne – Take Me Home
13. Ellie Goulding – Army
14. One Direction – History
15. Selena Gomez – Hands To Myself
16. Jason Derulo – Get Ugly
17. Sigma & Rita Ora – Coming Home
18. Elle King – Ex’s & Oh’s
19. Olly Murs – Stevie Knows
20. Jack Garratt – Worry
21. James Bay – If You Ever Want To Be In Love
22. The Lewisham And Greenwich NHS Choir – A Bridge Over You

01. Justin Bieber – Sorry
02. The Weeknd – The Hills
03. Coldplay – Adventure Of A Lifetime
04. 99 Souls feat. Destiny’s Child & Brandy – The Girl Is Mine
05. Tinie Tempah feat. Zara Larsson – Girls Like
06. Fleur East – Sax
07. Craig David x Big Narstie – When The Bassline Drops
08. David Guetta feat. Sia & Fetty Wap – Bang My Head
09. Sigala feat. Bryn Christopher – Sweet Lovin’
10. Kygo feat. Maty Noyes – Stay
11. MOUNT & Nicolas Haelg – Something Good
12. The Chainsmokers feat. ROZES – Roses
13. Alessia Cara – Here
14. Alan Walker – Faded
15. G-Eazy x Bebe Rexha – Me, Myself & I
16. Robin Schulz feat. Francesco Yates – Sugar
17. Dawin feat. Silentó – Dessert (Remix)
18. AlunaGeorge feat. Popcaan – I’m In Control
19. Twenty One Pilots – Stressed Out
20. The 1975 – The Sound
21. Charlie Puth – One Call Away
22. David Bowie – Heroes

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Following the release of their new single “Up” and as the band prepare to embark on a tour of the UK and Europe later this month, ThisIsTheLatest caught up with The LaFontaines guitarist Darren McCaughey to talk live fan favourites, the venues he’s most excited to play and post-tour plans.

TITL: You’ve just released your new track “Up.” What is it about the song that made you decide it was a good fit for your next single, and is there a particular story behind it?

Darren McCaughey: We had a slight line-up change at the beginning of the year and this was the first track that we wrote following that. It felt like a new chapter for the band and a positive uplifting track to come back with. It’s maybe my favorite song we have ever written.

TITL: You’ve just completed a UK and European tour supporting Don Broco, and are gearing up to head out on your own headline tour of the UK and Europe this month. Are you ever NOT on the road, and what do you miss most about home when you’re away for long periods? 

DM: We relish every opportunity to get out there and play our music to as many people as possible so apart from the obvious things like friends & family etc. there’s nothing else we would rather be doing. The weather here can be pretty grim so it’s nice to get away sometimes.

TITL: How do your support slot shows differ, if at all, to your headline ones?

DM: With the support shows you want to get out there and make an impression and win over the audience. I’d say the majority of our fan-base have heard about us by seeing us support someone else. With the headline shows, we have already won the audience over so we just have to focus on giving them a night to remember. If you were to compare the two side by side there would be no difference in the actual performance just what’s going through my head.

TITL: For fans who are seeing you for the first time on this tour, what can they expect from your performance?

DM: A unique, entertaining and energetic performance.

TITL: Which of your songs do you find go down best with live audiences? Is there one that stands out or can it differ from place to place?

DM: We have a song on our latest album called “Torture” which has been going down really well. It’s a lot slower and mellow than the rest of the set but gets a great reaction and brings a different type of energy.

TITL: Is there one particular venue you’re most excited to play on this tour and if so, which is it and why?

DM: I’m excited to play in Milan & Warsaw as we have never been to either of those cities before and both look like great places to visit.

TITL: You’ve amassed quite a following since first bursting onto the scene, but how much of that might you say is down to the power of social media, and how have the likes of Twitter and Facebook helped get your name and your music out to a wider audience?

DM: We have always gained fans from supporting other acts and people seeing us live at shows and festivals. Social media has allowed us to promote our music to them and helps existing fans stay up to date with what we are up to.

TITL: Do you think, as a band, there’s such a thing as too much ‘reliance’ on social media? Do you think you could have drummed up the support you have over the years like you have without it – if you had to go ‘old school’ like in the 80’s and earlier? Is it possible for bands to succeed today without that online connection? 

DM: I think for us personally we could have drummed up the support we have without social media as we have always gained fans through live performance. Although I think now it is such an important tool and such an ingrained part of the culture that it would be very hard to get by without an online presence.

TITL: Finally then, with this new tour taking you through to early October, what does the remainder of the year have in store for you? Are there any plans or projects you can tell me about? 

DM: We’ll be heading back to the studio as soon as we come off of tour and in December we have a big festival appearance in India, then we round off the year on the 23rd of December for a homecoming show in our hometown of Motherwell.

The LaFontaines UK & European tour kicks off on September 12 in Perth, Scotland. Tickets for all shows are available now.


Following on from the huge success of previous single “No Apology”, which reached number 15 on the Billboard Dance Chart at the end of last year and was remixed by no fewer than 8 DJ’s, BlissBliss are back and once again ready and raring to share their hypnotic sound and story-telling capabilities with the world via new track “I’m Coming Through”, the video for which ThisIsTheLatest are delighted to premiere.

The duo, made up of Renee Bliss and Lang Bliss, have considerably varied tastes in music between them, but have successfully merged the many genres they like, including rock, pop, jazz and R&B, to create a sound that really is unique to who they are, both as individuals and as artists. Nowhere is this perhaps more apparent than on their new single; a second taster as to what fans can expect from their upcoming EP “3” which is out in November.

Asked about the video for “I’m Coming Through”, the duo said:

“We’re thrilled to be releasing our concept video for I’m Coming Through with This Is The Latest! It’s a throwback to old spy movie motifs in the look and feel and the director captured so well, what we had written in the lyric. We recorded the music in one take with the guys in the recording session and they captured perfectly as well, what we had envisioned for it. We love the way it turned out in the recording as well as the video!” 

Check out the video for “I’m Coming Through” below and for more information on BlissBliss, visit their website, give their page a like on Facebook or follow them on Twitter. Header photo credit: Jose Guzman Colon.