London’s own power trio FOXE have released a brand new track Frequency, ahead of their short run of tour dates around the UK in the coming months. From the get go, it is obvious that Frequency is a massive tune with plenty of pop-infused energy. When the drums
Melbourne’s Kingswood have shared the first taste of their upcoming third album. The soul-infused track titled Messed It Up combines a multitude of infectious genres; with rock undertones and creative groovy pop. The song embraces a relatable lyrical direction. Kingswood bring together the emotions that follow after
We join the 2/3 of Aussie rockers With Confidence hours before their London show. Following the release of their second album, Love And Loathing, With Confidence headed out on a string of UK tour dates last month. As we were lucky enough to spend some
Gearing up for the release of their sophomore album White Flag, Swedish rockers Normandie share new video for Enough. If you’re after a groundbreaking rock sound, look no further than our band of the week Normandie. Releasing their third single and video Enough from their upcoming album White Flag, set
Amber Bain is back with fascinating new track, Lilo. The Japanese House has released a brand new single, Lilo, that is sure to mesmerise you with its elegant sounds. Touching the moment of falling in love, Lilo is a spacious tune that blends gentle guitars and spellbinding
Perth rockers The Faim have been extremely busy this year, kicking off their first ever tour in April and making multiple festival debuts over summer. There’s no doubt that the band has appeared on everyone’s radar, and with their debut EP Summer Is A Curse,
In a series of stunning scenes, Hellogoodbye explore the meanings of Close. Hellogoodbye have unveiled the video for Close, taken off their upcoming album S’Only Natural which is set to be released on October 5th. A delicately balanced ballad, the poignant lyricisim settles between swathes of tranquil electronics and tender vocals.
The Australian quartet have unveiled the visuals for Smile and perhaps unsurprisingly, it’s every bit as infectious as the track. When Hellions wrote of their new music video: Indeterminable entertainment: a dozen poses and a soapbox cheap and sedative stimulation coming at an almighty cost We weren’t entirely sure