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SPLASHH New Song Review // “Rings”

Aussie Londoners return with new brilliant track Rings. Rings is the first single to be taken from the band’s sophomore album Waiting A Lifetime, due in early 2017. And it certainly feels like a lifetime since Splashh released their phenomenal debut LP, Comfort, three years ago. Now,

ENNOR New Song Review // “Dreamer”

ENNOR release debut EP, Polaroids. Cornwall-via-London four-piece serves a big dose of endless summer in their latest offering, Dreamer. The story as many others before really, the eternal uncertainty of leaving everything behind to pursue one’s dreams. Dreamer, the lead single taken from ENNOR‘s debut EP, Polaroids,

PALE HONEY New Song Review // “Real Thing”

Gothenburg girls PALE HONEY emerge with new single, Real Thing, and it is intriguing. With the band line up known from Deap Valley, The White Stripes and Honeyblood, Pale Honey still manage to bring forth new sounds to the duo-format. Their hard-hitting indie rock, loaded with

FOX CHAPEL New Song Review // “Dead Flowers”

FOX CHAPEL share new single Dead Flowers. Photo by Jack Matthews Northampton lot Fox Chapel have just released Dead Flowers, the B-side to their forthcoming single Ice Cream, and we definitely like what we hear. Mastering the balance between distorted and refined noise, Fox Chapel manage to intertwine

WATERPARKS New Song Review // “Hawaii (Stay Awake)”

WATERPARKS release new track Hawaii (Stay Awake). Having been premiered on Pete Wentz’s Hits & Misses show, Hawaii (Stay Awake) is the opening track of the trio’s upcoming debut album, Double Dare, which will be out later this year. New offering follows their first single, Stupid For You, and it simply

ISLAND New Song Review // “Waves”

ISLAND unveil new single Waves. Waves is the first cut to be lifted from the band’s upcoming second EP, A Place You Like. It’s a human instinct to seek similarities between our feelings and surrounding nature. Seasons change, so does our moods. Those sunny days may have been and gone but there’s

THE AWAY DAYS New Song Review // “World Horizon”

THE AWAY DAYS release new single, World Horizon. World Horizon is the first cut to be taken from the band’s upcoming debut album, due for release in early 2017. The Away Days are some sort of a phenomenon in their native Turkey as they continue to