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Seaway 2018

SEAWAY Unveil New Video for ‘Blur’

Not only do they share an unreleased B-side track, but Seaway also give us the video for it. It seems like the band do enjoy spoiling their fans. Seaway certainly have sent the impression that Christmas has come early this year as they release B-side track Blur and

Kwassa 2018

KWASSA Releases New Video for ‘Moonwalking’

Coming back with a new name and new music, Moonwalking sees kwassa continuing his creative ventures under a new guise. Having made music for as long as he can remember, kwassa is the newest venture for Scott Verrill. Having played Glastonbury as part of the youngest band to play

George Ezra - SSE Wembley - London

Live: GEORGE EZRA // The SSE Arena, Wembley

You’ll be forgiven for thinking it’s summer as George Ezra takes the capital with his tropical tunes, sending a blast of fun that you can’t resist. It’s always bound to be a good time at a George Ezra concert. His summer-infused tunes are made for dancing along

Kira 2018

KIRA Unveil New Single ‘That Would Be A Lie’

The latest single from Kira is a dazzling indie pop gem, and to say otherwise would be a lie. London-based duo Kira return with their second single That Would Be A Lie. Whilst their debut release If It Makes You Feel Better charms with its questioning lyricism and

TROPHY EYES Release Video for ‘Lavender Bay’

Bringing the band’s live shows to your computer screen, the bouncy hooks of the track are translated perfectly in the video for Lavender Bay. Australian pop-punk export Trophy Eyes have shared the video for Lavender Bay, lifted from their recent full length album The American Dream. The video follows

Hawthorne Heights


Having released their album Bad Frequencies earlier this year, American emo rockers Hawthorne Heights have recently dropped the visuals for Crimson Sand. We caught up with them to talk more about the album and temporal changes as they feature as our band of the week. Whenever you listen

Bullet For My Valentine - Alexandra Palace - London

Live: BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE // Alexandra Palace, London

Playing Alexandra Palace a decade after their first show there, the band looked more at home than ever in the capital. Welsh heavy metal rockers Bullet For My Valentine played their first show at the people’s palace a decade ago, so perhaps it was no surprise that