Following the release of last year’s monster of an EP, ‘Kind Of Alone’, Honey Lung are back in fine form with their third single ‘Sophomore’. After a slew of sold out shows across London, it’s nice to see that the band are gearing up to launch more material out into the stratosphere.
Self-identity is one of those things that you can spend a lifetime grasping at but never quite learn what it is that makes you you. To actually know yourself, really know yourself is a rare gift but when you reach a true state of self-awareness, it will be (we’d hope, anyway) fulfilling. A topic which drives […]
Leeds collective The Golden Age of TV are quickly becoming one of the city’s most beguiling new acts. Bringing a surprisingly direct pop edge, their latest single ‘Dust’ is bright, fierce and nostalgic.
A Gameboy-esque intro tickles us into the new tune from indie funkers SAHARA.
Returning with another slice of the pie from their forthcoming second album, Yorkshire’s Glass Caves usher in a decisive mood with ‘Swim’ – it’s all about carpe diem. Alongside the release, a bunch of UK tour dates have been rolled out which see the band playing in larger venues for their biggest tour yet.
It’s not often you come across an all-girl indie pop band but The Seamonsters definitely know how to rock that scene. The Sheffield formed six-piece are without a doubt a band of the future. The rising stars let off a strong vibe of feminism in their music with pretty glitter and girl-power being their signature […]
North East native Jake Houlsby releases ‘Oklahoma’, the second track taken from his ‘Vondelpark’ EP out on May 5th. Signed to Tipping Point Records (Eliza and the Bear, Azekel, Bryde), the Newcastle singer-songwriter names Sufjan Stevens and Tallest Man on Earth as his musical inspirations. Something that no doubt influences Houlsby’s mature songwriting and modern folk […]
Dome Hall debut with spacious single ‘Marske Woods’, embracing a clean indie sound and adding to it the warm and rich qualities of the saxophone and keyboard.
Washed ashore by a vigorous tide, OUTLYA’s new single ‘Higher’ arrives at breaking point all too suddenly but by its end, figures a truth much more profound. Currently making their debut excursion around the UK with piano-pop titan Frances, the group relay salvation in the best way they know how, through easily palatable (and incredibly […]
“I want our music to just get straight to the point of things,” — In a pop music landscape that’s so often shrouded in mystique, singer Carina Bragg’s admission is a refreshing one.
After the success of his debut single ‘St. Ives’, Leeds/London based musician Charlie Straw presents his latest DIY release ‘All I Know’.
In the midst of playing several live dates across England, Hull-born, Leeds-based indie band The Hubbards have revealed ‘Just Touch’ as their new tuneful single. The track radiates infectious and captivating vibes and you’ll unconsciously find yourself listening to it on repeat.
Combining the psych elements of Pond, alongside the grooves of midlife-crisis Beck (think ‘Dreams’), Brussels’ Wooly Mammoths unveil new single ‘Water Slide’ and it’s a great taste of their sound. Honing their chops in the Belgian countryside before emigrating to the big city, the five-piece initially caused a stir in their home country, playing shows […]
Don’t stand up on my accord. Please – “stay in your seat”. Vulgarians’ latest single ‘Hands Around the Waste’ makes that oh-so clear with contrasting voracious aggression and creepily wonky instrumentation. One could be deceived by the Samuel Barber-esque orchestral introduction, starting you off with expectations of a laid back emotional ballad. However, a break […]
Barcelona-born folk musician Odina delivers a blend of folk, pop and alternative with her slow burning, heart wrenching new single ‘Why’d You Make Me Cry’.
With a debut track this ferocious, it won’t be long before Girls In Synthesis are capable of levelling buildings.
Welsh-born, Bath-based songstress Little Réd makes her debut with dreamy electro-pop track, ‘Hell’. Less cryptically known as Ellie James, the singer-songwriter has performed under various guises from the tender age of 14. Yet, ‘Hell’ feels like a coming-of-age track, and one that cements Little Réd’s future sound.
The London group can now add jet-setters to their list of accomplishments, following a recent visit to Australia where they put the finishing touches to their long-awaited debut album at the hands of super producer Burke Reid. While the album cuts still remain concealed in the present moment, this doesn’t limit the band from previewing a taste […]
Wyldest’s new single is a joy for those individuals who, like myself, are synesthetic. It is a song which gushes colour from every pore. Purples, Pinks, Blues; each colour tells me that the legacy left behind by the likes of Cocteau Twins and Blonde Redhead isn’t dead yet.
Cult Records signees Rey Pila return with a new body of work this April, fronted by lead single ‘Ninjas’, the Mexican band bound forward with a new lease of life. Epitomising the work of new wave and alternative rock bands from the ’80s, Rey Pila bring about an assault of bolting synth, glorious vocal hooks and zig-zagging […]