We chat to Elissa Sun about the visuals for her playful soul-infused single, ‘K.O’, which collectively takes a tongue-in-cheek look at celebrity culture, validation culture, and the ups and downs of the music industry.
In light of the release of their empowering new single, ‘Beauty in Your Brokenness’, Wildwood Kin spoke to us about some of the things that inspire them, including their spirituality, mental health awareness and Lord of the Rings.
Check out our top tracks this week on Spotify, featuring A R I Z O N A, Tourist, RAY BLK, GRAVVES, KLARA, Ho99o9, Flyte, Binker Golding, Babeheaven, Bonniesongs, Declan McKenna, Calva Louise, Dream State, Sea Girls, Gabrielle Aplin and JP Cooper, Sophie and the Giants, Glass Peaks, and Annabel Allum.
Ahead of their latest guerrilla swing of UK dates, Limerick math-punks We Come in Pieces talk about their city, their experiences, and crossing the water on tour, in the first instalment of a mini-series on WTHB this week.
This week’s Band Of The Week is alternative rockers Cultdreams, who have just released their second album ‘Things That Hurt’ via Big Scary Monsters Records. They took a moment to talk to us about the release.
Glass Peaks have just released another dose of their dark-indie vibes with new single ‘Asbestos’, their first single to be released via These Bloody Thieves Records. The band took a moment to talk to us about the track, and their recent trip to Abbey Road Studios.
Blake Rose is starting to make a name for himself in the face-paced pop scene, and when he puts out tunes like his new single ‘Heavy Shit’ we are not surprised. He talks to us about the hustle of Los Angeles and all things that inspire him.
Pretend Collective gets philosophical with us about his David Lynch inspired visuals for, Higher Than A Flying Cloud Castle Made of White Light’, which combines the wonder of the natural world with the routine of urban living.
Check out our top tracks this week on Spotify, featuring Tiny Moving Parts, Michael Kiwanuka, ALA.NI, Badgirl$, Ruel, Tempers, Lily Denning, Boy Scouts, Frankie Cosmos, ROAM, Mallory Knox, The Golden Dregs, Llovers, LUME, Broken Baby, Julien Chang, Seazoo, Sui Zhen, Anna Of The North, Jenny Hval, Omni, Joseph, and River Tiber.
French dreamgaze newcomers Pencey Sloe talk to us about their aesthetically gripping music video for, 'All Ok', taken from their forthcoming debut album, ‘Don't Believe, Watch Out,’ due for release September 27th 2019.
Walt Disco and video directors Franki Chan and Jesus Antonio Rivera talk to us about the band’s dark, cinematic visuals for, ‘Past Tense’, which is visually themed around dealing with grief after the loss of a loved one.
Age is a Box speaks to us about collaborating with London based motion artist Gabriel Thomas Ayache on his stunning 3d animated visuals for ‘Har' / Mountain,’; a journey of self-reflection, and re-connection with the elements of nature through various carefully composed Land Art pieces.
This week's Band Of The Week is garage rockers Gaffa Tape Sandy, who have just released their sophomore EP 'Family Mammal' via indie label Alcopop! Records. The band took a moment to talk to us more about the EP, their love for dogs and why Piers Morgan needs to stop moaning about vegan sausage rolls.
Post Hardcore outfit Of Night And Light talk to us about their affecting single and music video, ‘Forgiving Isn’t Forgetting’ which is a rally cry concerned with standing against injustices and abuse of power.
Check out our top tracks this week on Spotify, featuring Ariel View, mxmtoon, Mallrat, Roxy Girls, Chastity Belt, Blue Bendy, Black Futures, Suggested Friends, Acres, RAYE, Somebody’s Child, Pelicandy, and Pizzagirl.
Our Manual Exposure series took us to Truck Festival this summer, when we gave London indie new boys Sad Boys Club a Lomography single-use camera to capture all their adventures at the festival. Lead singer Jacob, talks us through each photo.
Director Sid Sawant talks us through the ideas behind Eden Warsaw’s visuals for, ‘Ecstasy’ and ‘The Sunrise’, which explore the themes of isolation and interrelation by capturing city life at night time, and again at sunrise.
South African singer-songwriter Bernelie speaks to us about her beautiful, carefree music video for, ‘Yin’, where she highlights the themes of self-acceptance and letting go of the value we attach to our appearance.