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Who’s to ‘Blame’? STEALTH Reveals New Music Video

STEALTH to unveil a juxtapose of a video for recent single Blame. Following up his debut EP, suitably enough titled Intro, Stealth gives us a melancholic tune, Blame. Fastidious to the edge of clinical in his song writing, Stealth leaves nothing to coincidences. His mellow, deep

HOLY HOLY Release New Single ‘Elevator’

HOLY HOLY unveil new vibrant track Elevator. Elevator, following the first single Darwinism, lands alongside the announcement that HOLY HOLY will be releasing their sophomore album, Paint, early next year. Timothy Carroll and Oscar Dawson can’t surely complain about boredom these days. The Aussie duo has just embarked on an

BLAENAVON Release New Track ‘You Pretty Little Thing’

BLAENAVON have unveiled new song You Pretty Little Thing, a B-side to their long awaited single My Bark Is Your Bite. The Hempshire lot has excelled since their first appearance on the British music scene, and has now released yet another track from their still anticipated debut. The melodic

AU/RA Shares Hand-Drawn Lyric Video for ‘Concrete Jungle’

AU/RA unveils new music video for debut single Concrete Jungle. Incredibly honest, with a straightforward message, the track will have you captured within seconds. Au/Ra‘s debut single, Concrete Jungle, is a marvelous introduction to the artist’s sound world. Placing great emphasis on the distinctive vocals, but with

POND Drop New Mega Track ‘30000 MEGATONS’

POND unveil new song 30000 MEGATONS. In these dark times for humanity, Pond are here to save the day as it “seems like the right time” to release their new track 30000 MEGATONS. Featuring Team Impala member Jay Watson and former bassist Nicolas Allbrook, Pond are quite the psych

PLAZA New Song Review // “Youth”

PLAZA release new single Youth. As the winter is fast approaching and gloomy days have returned to our everyday life, devouring all the energy, we now have a track to accompany this feeling. Following previous releases Totem and Blood Orange, Youth is the band’s third single, in which

HINDS New Song Review // “Holograma”

Gangly girl group HINDS releases new single, Holograma. After releasing their critically acclaimed debut, Leave Me Alone, things have gone non-stop for the Madrid outfit. These chicas hold nothing back, and whilst selling out shows both in the UK and across Europe, it seems like