Tonight, London is graced with one of those rare nights where you have to pinch yourself to make sure you’re not dreaming. The intimate 350 capacity venue, Omeara is hosting none other than Mr. James Bay, one of the UK’s finest solo artists, who in
Aussie rockers Trophy Eyes return with bold new tune You Can Count On Me. Count On Me is the first taste of the band’s forthcoming new record, The American Dream, due out on August 3rd. Trophy Eyes are back and sounding amazing. Looking outward at
Pale Waves bring their dazzling set to London’s Heaven. At first glance, Pale Waves are the sort of band you’d expect to be bashing out old school My Chemical Romance revival songs with their yin-and-yang hair styles and china Goth attire, yet their music speaks
Arizona’s Lydia are set to release their seventh album, Liquor, in July. Following up their fantastic previous single Goodside, Lydia expand their sonic terrain on the new track Sunlight. Taken from their forthcoming new album, Liquor, out on July 13th, Sunlight is a multi-layered tune revolving
Ella Grace gives us her second offering Run that will ache your heart. Ella Grace‘s delicate vocals unveil words of a relationship that has come to an end in a way that is truly captivating. Never shy of expressing herself, Run is like no other.
Do It Again is the latest single from No Rome that is going to have you buzzing on your hump day. This Manila born artist’s latest track is pure pop bliss with trap/hip-hop influences that create his unique perspective, ideal for summer’s long days. Even
On Thursday night, Melbourne outfit City Calm Down entranced the crowd at London’s Borderline with a dazzling set to appease to both new and old fans. Hailing all the way from Australia, City Calm Down brought their synths, keys, and brass to an adoring crowd