This week we're crushing on Leeds lo-fi pop band Mush and their new tune "Litvenenko", the first single from their forthcoming EP titled "Induction Party" which comes out 31st May. This is quirky, indie punk at it's very best. The band cites Pavement, Sonic Youth, Television and The Fall as their primary influences and we're hearing Parquet Courts and Can in there too. Singer Daniel Hyndman really nails that half-yell, half-sing and sorta off key but not style that we just love, like we know instantly we'd love to take this band to the pub to drink beers with them. And of course, with the subject of this song being Alexander Litvenenko - that Russian KGB defector who was assassinated by radioactive poisoning at the order of Vladimir Putin - we reckon pub chats with this band would be A-grade, just like this tune.