| 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.
Ciircus Street - ‘Broken
The lovely lads in Ciircus Street are releasing their emotive new indie single, ‘Broken’ on the 9th November, coinciding with their first UK tour. We’re premiering the song alongside a Q&A where we found out all essential band info, including which one of them could beat The Rock in a fight!
This October saw the release of Berlin-based Norwegian artist Farao’s second album ‘Pure-O’, which discusses the “beauty and destructiveness in sex and relationships.” At the heart of ‘Pure-O’ is electronica, modernised R&B, and pop which allows Farao to slip into the musical interests of a wider audience. We caught up with her to find out a little bit more about the album.
| 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.
| WEEKLY TOP TRACKS |
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.