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Younger Hunger 2019

YOUNGER HUNGER Unveil New Single ‘Second Best’

Second place sucks, true, but Younger Hunger make it more bearable as they release a wonderful new single, Second Best. Reflecting on a situation in which your love interest puts you down in the pecking order, Orange County’s upstarters Younger Hunger create a mid-tempo sonic

Feet 2019

FEET Unveil New Single ‘Vegetarian Christmas’

FEET get festive with the release of Christmas single. It wasn’t just my advent calendar I found myself tiptoeing over to last Thursday morning, but I also found myself excitedly pulling back the door of my Spotify app and over-indulging in the sweet meat-free sounds

Billie Eilish 2019

BILLIE EILISH Shares Video for ‘xanny’

The xanny video is the most recent visual from WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?. In just her seventeenth year of walking this Earth, Billie Eilish has bagged herself a No.1 album with WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?

The Driver Era 2019

THE DRIVER ERA Release Music Video for ‘A Kiss’

Los Angeles based alt-pop band has treated us to hypnotic visuals for their dance floor-ready anthem A Kiss.  Consisting of brothers Ross (‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ and ‘My Friend Dahmer’) and Rocky Lynch, The Driver Era have recently shared their brand new material in the form

Twin Atlantic 2019

TWIN ATLANTIC Release New Single ‘Barcelona’

Taken from their upcoming new album POWER, Twin Atlantic have released a colourful new track called Barcelona. With pulsating synth beats and catchy lyrics, Barcelona is an attention-grabbing cut that stands out in its own way. The track follows the band’s previous single, Novocaine, lifted

Bury Tomorrow 2019

BURY TOMORROW Release New Single and Video ‘The Grey (VIXI)’

The metalcore giants are back with more spine-crushing riffs ahead of their headline tour. Following on from their blistering record Black Flame from last year, South-Coast metallers Bury Tomorrow have proved that their fire has yet to burn out as they share their scalding new

Mobs 2019

MOBS Reveal Video for New Single ‘Big World’

The Melbourne indie-pop band MOBS have taken inspiration from ‘Honey, I Shrunk The Kids’ in their latest track Big World. Big World has a nostalgic happy feel to it, 80s synth-pop blended with layers of guitar and a soft drum beat, giving it a feeling