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WIDOWSPEAK Share New Single ‘The Dream’

The band to release new studio album Expect The Best later this month. The Dream is the third single from Widowspeak‘s forthcoming full-length Expect The Best, which will be released on the 25th of August. Molly Hamiliton’s voice paints a melancholic eerie atmosphere on their latest cut

ARDYN Unveil New Single ‘Throwing Stones’

Gloucestershire brother and sister duo reveals an animated video for their brand new cut Throwing Stones. Following the appearance on Tourist’s latest single We Stayed Up All Night, the duo teams up with British producer again, bringing us yet another shimmering offering, Throwing Stones. Darkly tinged and Hitchcock-inspired,

PALE WAVES Share Sparkling New Tune ‘Television Romance’

Manchester newcomers return with radiant second single, Television Romance. After joining The 1975 on their massive US & EU arena tour, Pale Waves now unveil brand new cut Television Romance, a follow-up to their outstanding debut single, There’s A Honey. Drawing on pop sensibility and

Album Review // THE SHERLOCKS ‘Live For The Moment’

The Sheffield outfit captures the idea of carpe diem on their long-awaited debut album Live For The Moment. Consisting of two sets of brothers, The Sherlocks have become some kind of live phenomenon over the last months. Not only they were the first unsigned band since

ANNA OF THE NORTH Share Dazzling New Single ‘Money’

The Norwegian-Kiwi duo to release debut full-length Lovers this September. Having already hit over 65 million streams to date, the Norwegian-Kiwi duo of Anna Lotterud and Brady Daniell-Smith now return with blissful new track, Money, lifted from their forthcoming debut album Lovers. Following previous singles Lovers

THE BOXING Release New Single ‘Tame’

The Leeds trio lights it up a bit on their latest offering Tame. Thriving on darkly tinged spacious psychedelia, The Boxing now showcase a more luminous side of their songwriting craft. Their signature expansive tone still radiates thoroughly but it’s that lighter variation that makes

THE MOVIELIFE Unveil New Single ‘Ghosts In The Photographs’

NY-based rockers announce UK tour in November. After much anticipation, The Movielife are set to release their first album in 14 years, Cities In Search Of A Heart due out this September. Following their first single Mercy Is Asleep At The Wheel, the band now shares brand new cut Ghosts

OTHERKIN Share Video For ‘Come On, Hello’

Dublin-based garage rockers unveil visuals for Come On, Hello, taken from their forthcoming debut album, OK. Otherkin unleash another dose of blistering garage pop punk in their new clip for Come On, Hello as the anticipation for their debut full-length is rocking sky high. As a compilation of live

WATERPARKS Reveal Emotive Visuals for ’21 Questions’

The Houston pop-punk rockers unveil video for 21 Questions, taken from their debut album, Double Dare. Waterparks have released a beautiful video for their stirring acoustic cut 21 Questions. Aesthetically simple and truly gripping, the visual accompaniment for 21 Questions is a magnetic play of black &

NECK DEEP Unveil Music Video for ‘In Bloom’

The band’s new album The Peace And The Panic is due out this week. Neck Deep have shared abundant and aesthetically pleasing visuals for their brand new song, In Bloom, taken from their third full-length The Peace And The Panic, out this Friday. Vocalist Ben Barlow says