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November 18, 2019

Jamming their very first year as a band full with support slots for the likes of SPINN and Little Comets, headline shows across the South and a debut single landed in Spotify’s ‘Hot New Bands’ playlist; Bristol’s Stay Lunar are progressing at an unstoppable pace.

That progression is defined in the five-piece’s second release, Catch Up. Inspired by the inability to move on from a relationship, the track is an addictive example o...

November 14, 2019

Sometimes, the new single from Dakota born soloist Half Wolf serenades in a softly familiar lullaby, setting itself apart with strikingly memorable vocal talent.

Drawing on the timeless combination of folksy lyricism and bluesy acoustic guitar, the track is a testament to the longevity of this genre. With softly haunting vocals, Half Wolf departs from the more emotionally charged feel behind her previous singles; Cigarette Smok...

November 12, 2019

Simultaneously haunting and enchanting, East London based North America’s latest single, Leave Us To Fate is an enticing taste of the quintet’s effortless ability to captivate listeners with both their lyrical poeticism and goosebump inducing, atmospheric take on indie-rock.

“A bittersweet goodbye to a love now lost, a reminiscence of a romance that inevitable could not be”, Leave Us To Fate is a fragile piece of melancholia wh...

November 8, 2019

Having spent the entirety of 2018 releasing a single every month, you’d have been forgiven for thinking that High Wycombe’s Only Sun would have wanted to take something of a break this year. The reality probably couldn’t be further this, the five-piece and their improbably infectious sound have refused to relent, and have spent the year touring around the UK and releasing even more impossibly infectious new singles. 

The latest...

November 7, 2019

Bouncing back from a brief quiet period with an energy we’ve come to know and love, Bristol’s Bad Sounds are back with a new single as addictive as their youthful, upbeat energy; Sympathetic Vibrations.

Themed around the contagiousness of both good and bad feelings, and how people can affect each other in each way, the track offers a taste of Bad Sounds’ softer side while maintaining the infectiousness of their indie/R&B/electr...

October 31, 2019

Following a busy 2019 filled with single releases, radio support from XS Manchester, Amazing Radio and BBC Introducing, and performances at the likes of Y Not Festival, 110 Above and Blackthorn Festival, tomorrow will see Manchester’s Freeda are set to release the third single to be taken from their upcoming EP, Wash.

Speaking of the single, the band explain “‘Wash’ is a song that plays with the idea of two people letting thems...

October 24, 2019

Following up their fired up debut, Manchester’s all female trio Hot Minute have shared Hell Is Empty, Keely, Courtney and Bella’s take on regaining the power they are owed in a heavily male influenced industry. 

Undoubtedly a treat for fans of Pale Waves and Nasty Cherry, Hell Is Empty is further proof that the Hot Minute girls are more than capable of making big impact. Combining the girls’ varied influences from 80s pop to mo...

October 23, 2019

The Lids’ newest single, Beef Baby kicks off with a very psychedelic synth and complex bassline, both mixing perfectly, before a Robert Smith-esque vocal takes to your eardrums. Detailing dismay at getting older and maturing, this tune could easily be a hidden B-Side from The Cure’s back catalogue.

Beef Baby certainly has some dancey qualities reminiscent of Prodigy or Chemical Brothers’ more guitar driven tunes. The lo-fi voca...

October 21, 2019

Manchester four-piece Carnival Club return with the rousing new single My Lady

Combining raunchy lyricism with high energy riffs, these boys give us exactly what we have been missing with this new single, providing their audience with something much more true to the rock genre than has been at the forefront of new releases in recent years. 

Where others have failed to strike the balance with such heavy and enticing guitar and...

October 18, 2019

The tenth studio album by Arizona four piece Jimmy Eat World, Surviving, maintains the high energy, pop punk sound that has become a familiarity, and solidify themselves as a cornerstone artist of the genre.

Lead single All the Way (Stay) is typical of Jimmy Eat World, and gives strong indication of what fans will find in the album. Styling their way through this typically Americanised genre with strong riffs and catchy lyrics,...

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