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THE DEARS Release ‘To Hold And Have’ Video

Montréal duo, The Dears, return with bold artistic moves, taking on infinity itself in ambitious double album concept. Celebrating the release of the first of this two-part project, Times Infinity Volume One, the couple unveiled a video for single To Hold And Have, and frankly,

KARMA CLUB Release Debut Single ‘Timelines’

The Bath bunch funk it up on their debut single Timelines. Emerging from the lush town of Bath, Karma Club are here to kick up a ramble with their debut track Timelines. The single is scattered with funky basslines twirling with jazzy influences, and popping

HIPPO CAMPUS Unveil Live Video for ‘Simple Season’

Debut album landmark out now. Minnesota four-piece has released brand new clip for their sun-soaked track simple season as well as announced they’ll be coming back to Europe for a string of Autumn tour dates. Despite a young age, Hippo Campus add a nostalgic infusion to almost every

BOSTON MANOR’s New Video Might ‘Burn You Up’

New clip drops alongside Slam Dunk Festival announcement. UK based rock outfit has shared brand new video for the track Burn You Up, taken from their last year’s debut album, Be Nothing. Lyric video for the fiery Burn You Up features live footage from the band’s

DAUNT Shares New Single ‘Drive’

London artist seduces on his latest track Drive. Drive is the first cut taken from DAUNT‘s debut EP, Unberable Light, out in April. Here is a track that will get you into the weekend vibes perfectly. Drive by DAUNT has a paced drum beat and broody bass that brings

KNUCKLE PUCK Announce Brand New Music

The band to release 7′ Calendar Days / Indecisive. The American pop-punk rockers have announced they’ll be releasing a special 7 inch EP featuring two tracks, Calendar Days and Indecisive, which are first new music since their 2015’s debut album Copacetic. Knuckle Puck say: It’s been

WITH CONFIDENCE Release ‘Long Night’ Video

The band to head out on UK & European headline tour this week. Long Night is taken from the band’s debut album, Better Weather, released last year. The Aussie four-piece is about to kick off their extensive EU tour this Friday, but before that happens let’s take