Brayden Sibbald pleas for some relief as he tries to navigate huge waves of heartfelt emotion on current single, ‘Compass'.
Sciarra comes ‘Back For More’ showing off a darker cinematic aesthetic.
It seemed at one point that ‘Be Content’, the debut album from indie bright sparks Indoor Pets, would never see the light of day.
Adam French, a self-taught multi-instrumentalist from Cheshire, uses his distinct voice to weave haunting melodies and powerful lyrics over deceptively simple music that results in stunning tracks that have resulted in countless sold out shows as well as touring slots with both Jake Bugg and Jacob Banks.
Zero shows off a haunting blend of hip hop and alt rock on his solid new single, ‘Leave The Light On’.
PLAZA return with a more emotive, guitar-driven sound on their latest single ‘Hold’.
SPLOCO’s new tune ‘Mary Wanna Cigarette’ is a dreamy indie blues track soaked in melancholy and melody.
Leeds based indietronica band Peakes are embracing their anxieties in latest single ‘Hole In The Floor’.
There is nothing “cool” about being sad. This is the message K. Flay shines a light on in her new track, “Bad Vibes.”
Sam Fender releases his newest single ‘Hypersonic Missiles’, and it’s nothing short of the stadium ready rock we have come to expect from this Geordie lad.
American indie pop band The Drums have released their new nostalgic pop song ‘626 Bedford Avenue’ which is the 2nd single taken from their upcoming album ‘Brutalism’.
JAWS continue to build anticipation around their long-awaited third album with the latest single ‘Fear’.
English singer-songwriter Henry Taylour shares ‘Broken Things’, the evocative second release from his forthcoming EP.
Nearly four years after first showing up on the music scene, The Japanese House treats the listener like her own private diary in the release of her debut album, Good at Falling.
Brighton punks GURU will blow your mind with their second single ‘Suntrap’.
The debut album from Sydney’s Mansionair has been a long time coming, but as this album demonstrates, good things come to those who wait.
Hotly tipped math-pop quartet Orchards’ newest single ‘Young’ sees them engaging in nostalgia whilst firmly pushing the band forward ahead of their appearance at SXSW this month.
LA-Based trio Potty Mouth have made the perfect soundtrack for when you’re feeling “at odds with the world” in their second album ‘SNAFU’.
The name ‘Self Esteem’ was born out of a joke a decade ago: a satire playing on Rebecca Taylor’s insecurities around herself and her place in music. Over time the humour faded and with that, ‘Self Esteem’ began to echo a shift in Taylor’s opinion of herself. Now, it’s the rather pertinent musical-moniker she’s using to share her solo debut: Compliments, Please.
Sunwatchers indulge in a noise jazz musical free-for-all in their latest album ‘Illegal Moves’.
If Billie Eilish and Ben Howard got together for a collaboration you might end up with something like 'Home', the new single by Novaa and seeing as one of those artists is arguably the biggest in the world right now, you get the feeling your in perfect company.
Marsicans adopt a more gritty, introspective sound than we are used to seeing with their latest single ‘Your Eyes’.
The Pale White have administered an injection of heavy indie-rock with their new single ‘Medicine’.
Vistas take us back to the unforgettable times of our youth as they share ‘Eighteen’, the next part to their highly anticipated debut EP.
grandson’s ‘a modern tragedy vol.2’ is nothing short of excellence expressed over a five-song strong EP.