Fuse sees STONE reflect on the frustration and mundanity of the lives we’re living. Fin Power, Sarah Surrage, Elliot Gill, and Alex Smith make up Liverpool’s STONE. Releasing their first single, Leave It Out, just prior to the national lockdown, the band has experienced first-hand
Following the release of our ‘Ones To Watch’ list for 2021, ‘In The Spotlight’ offers the chance to get to know our picks more intimately and find out why we fell in love with them. You’ve heard about the artists that we’re most excited for this year.
Falling for the wrong person often feels like the worst, but Flo Gallop makes us feel better about things with Can’t Be Friends. Launching onto the scene at the start of the year with debut 21 – which explores being young, dumb, but having nothing
Duo Goodvibes Sound provide all the good vibes in their new disco-esque track, Stay For One More Night. London-based Goodvibes Sound are “your soundtrack to the all-seeing, all-knowing, all-feeling collective subconscious,” and they have been writing and creating together since the end of 2019. Last
Swedish rising star Boy Destroy reflects on a toxic relationship in his atmospheric new single Beautiful Crimes. Gearing up for the release of his debut EP, Warpaint, due April 15th, Boy Destroy offers up yet another exciting taste with Beautiful Crimes. With a tinge of
After four years, Welsh indie-pop quintet Sŵnami have returned with two remarkably contemporary tracks, Theatr, which is accompanied by a striking visual, and the self-assured anthem Uno, Cydio, Tanio. Just like their Welsh band name is a play on the word ‘tsunami’, Sŵnami have the
Brighton-based rock band YONAKA have dropped their electrifying self-produced single Ordinary, which boasts invigorating guitar riffs and intense drums, highlighting the impactful lyricism. Comprising of lead singer Theresa Jarvis, George Werbrouck-Edwards on guitar, bassist Alex Crosby and Robert Mason on drums, YONAKA met at Brighton