Addressing the issue of altering who you are to belong and feel important, the new track from whenyoung is relevant and relatable, yet still has a fierce indie-rock sound.
After a rethink about their sound, The Little Kicks have brought out the first single from their new album, due to be released in 2017. And the quirky video that accompanies the track is one you won’t be able to stop watching.
The new single from Tourists, Drive, is out tomorrow, Friday 4th November. And it could quite possibly be their finest release to date.
Jonas Svendsen and Frazer James Webster, lead guitarist and drummer, of London based melodic, alternative rock band, Plastic Barricades talk about their rare and somewhat dreamy sound. Continue reading “INTERVIEW: Plastic Barricades.”
Monday October 24th saw Jake Bugg grace a sold out Birmingham crowd with his soulful lyrics and infectious riffs.
The Yeahtones are Jake Pinto, Doug Berns, Dillon Treacy and Michael Harlen. The Brooklyn based band released their brilliantly agressive and volatile debut album, Eviction Notice, earlier this year.
Pale Honey recently returned with the first track from their second album, which is due early 2017. The single, Real Thing, is harsh yet brilliantly composed rock that I can’t get enough of.