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This week’s Band of the Week is the incredibly talented itoldyouiwouldeatyou, who’s debut album ‘Oh Dearism’ is out now via Alcopop! Records x Failure By Design. We had a chat with Joey Ashworth from the band to discuss the influences for the album and their plans for the future to keep creating.


 |Stand atlantic|

Stand Atlantic recently released their album ‘Skinny Dipping’ via Hopeless Records,

we had a chat with vocalist Bonnie Fraser about how they

pushed themselves as a band on this release.




| Leo Law |

Leo Law’s most recent single ‘Let Your Guard Down’ was written at the time when he was coming to terms with his sexuality, the song deals with the frustration and confusion he felt during his first experiences of using dating apps after coming out.

He talks to us in more detail about the video for the track.



Leeds based electronic-pop trio PEAKES return with new single ‘Still Life’, which tackles the topics of isolation and loneliness. The track shows off the band’s talents to find beauty in some of the most darkest areas. The video for the single was directed by Fiona Jane Burgess, and it captures a series of quiet, personal moments with different women, including singer Molly Puckering, who took a moment to talk to us in more detail about the visual.


| Release Of The Week |

King Nun - 'I Have Love EP'

It’s been quite a year for Dirty Hit, the label led by The 1975 manager Jamie Oborne.  A Mercury for Wolf Alice, two imminent new The 1975 albums (the second of which is set for release in April) and more releases than ever before as the company nears its tenth anniversary. King Nun’s EP ‘I Have Love’ is the latest in this stream of hotly tipped contemporary indie to flow forth from Oborne’s roster.




Check out our top tracks this week on Spotify, featuring Faers, Billie Marten, Childcare, Isabelle Brown, Fickle Friends, Jade Bird, The Moving Stills, Sam Lyon, D.C.R.Pollock, Ilicit Ghost, The Japanese House, King Princess, Dilly Dally, Girlpool, In Dynamics and Ash Shakur.