Just two months away from their debut album drop, London based band Anteros have treated us to yet another new track from ‘When We Land’.
Sea Girls continue to enhance their reputation as one of 2019’s go-to bands with the release of ‘Open Up Your Head’.
Irish singer-songwriter Orla Gartland’s latest offering ‘Why Am I Like This?’ is an infectious musing on social anxiety.
Swedish duo Wy’s raw and compelling new single ‘Pavements’ has a dazzling immediacy to it that drills into your eardrums from the first listen.
It's been a while since Idlewild graced us and like many agree, they have been missed. So releasing their new album, 'Interview Music' on the 5th April 2019, couldnt come fast enough.
Irish poets unleash yet another slice of chaotic modern rock n roll.
Written after watching the film adaptation to Stephen King’s book of the same name; ‘Misery’ is a chilling and brooding take on how inspiration can translate across many platforms of art.
The new era of St Buryan has started off with a bang, with their newest single ‘Giving In’.
Tangerine bringing us a slice of the sunshine in their new song ‘Chains’.
Los Angeles-based vocalist and songwriter No/Me returns with her electrifying, empowering new single ‘Savior’ out now on Republic Records.
Bridie Moans-Watson may not be a name that you’re too familiar with, at first glance, but under the stage name SOAK; she is a fully accomplished artist in her own right.
For some the word Dewey conjuress up images of one animated Disney duck’s nephew but there’s a new Dewey about.
Para Alta speak of big ambitions and show serious promise with their latest single, ‘Blue Collared Mind’.
Barrie have released the lead single from their upcoming debut album ‘Happy To Be Here’. If you’re looking for a little slice of dreamy-pop, ‘Clovers’ will be right up your street.
Indie quintet Hembree release ‘Culture’, the scintillating first cut from heir debut album ‘House On Fire’ , due for release 26th April 2019 via Thirty Tigers.
If you have the ability to captivate one-third of Alt-J to the point where he’s listening to your song on repeat: you know you must be doing something right.
‘Bitterness’ is the latest release from The Desert – a Bristolian quartet whose moody pop is the perfect accompaniment to get you through those Valentine’s Day blues.
Venus combine punk and heavy rock influences with the positive energy of advocating women on their debut single ‘Deranged’.
Lycio put mental health under the microscope on their new cut of exceptionally crafted alt pop.
From the evergreen music meadow that is Manchester come Faux Pas, potentially one of your new favourite bands.
The Amazons have marked their return in some style with the release of their new single ‘Mother’.
Uffie’s single ‘Sadmoney’ is a gloriously knowing slice of electro sad pop that sounds like what might happen if Lykke Li gained an addiction to Hubba Bubba bubblegum.
The brilliant Bear’s Den are back with not one, but two phenomenal new tracks.
Warm, retro and surreal - these impeccably dressed Scousers give us a glimpse into their unique little world.
LA’s soulful R&B/dream pop duo RKCB tackle the issue of climate change on their poignant new single
Billie Eilish is back with the hauntingly honest ‘bury a friend’.
California-based singer-songwriter and poet Annika Grace explores the negatives of a relationship that thrives on the excitement of ‘The Chase’ on her volatile new pop track.
Liverpool’s Eyesore & The Jinx take on social media isolation via Brexit in freakish angst on their latest single ‘On an Island’.