DUMB BLOOD is finally out and it’s an absolute beauty of an album.
Fresh out of Leeds are Marsicans. With their debut EP gaining mainstream radio air play and supporting the likes of Catfish and the Bottlemen on tour, the band are off to an exceptional start.
This melodic charm comes from Some Kind of Illness, an alternative band from Farnworth. They released the self-titled album in August 2015. But it’s over a year on and it feels like this album could be timeless.
From talented song writing to intense instrumentals, this EP showcases all of Oddity Road’s talent. The band from Sheffield released Handshake EP earlier this year.
WESLYNN are a band from Phoenix, Arizona. Jared Geyer, Greg Olin, Kevin Holmes and Adam Simons have just brought out an EP. With smooth vocals and riffs, BLACK + CHAMPAGNE has everything to be a successful pop release.
KONG is Conor Lindsey, Liam Dawson, Niall Dawson and Henry Sansom. These lads are bringing unforgettable bass lines and great lyrics in the form of their debut EP, 8 Ball Pool.
After such a long wait for new music from Moose Blood, my anticipation for Blush was high. The band announced in April that they would be signing to Hopeless Records which scared a lot of fans as they didn’t want their sound to change. But this album has proved that they are still in touch with their roots.