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Desperate Journalist Share Their Latest Single ‘All Over’

North London-based band Desperate Journalist have shared their latest track ‘All Over’, which is the final single taken from their critically acclaimed LP ‘Grow Up’. The song comes ahead of their October 19th show at The Dome in London. They have also decided to give away the song for free on their website desperatejournalist.co.uk. Packed with a punch of post-punk with spiky pop melodies, ‘All Over’ is Desperate Journalist closing out their album run with a bang. Have a listen.

Desperate Journalist Share Their Latest Track ‘Why Are You So Boring?’

Having been one of the championed bands of the DIY London scene for quite some time, Desperate Journalist gained critical praises for their second album ‘Grow Up’ which was released earlier this year. Pumping out three blazing tracks from the LP, the group have now shared their final single from the record entitled ‘Why Are You So Boring?’. A shining flash of alternative, we have a stream of the song down below.

Desperate Journalist ‘Be Kind’ Video

With their album ‘Grow Up’ out March 24th, North London band Desperate Journalist have shared their video for the song ‘Be Kind’. Directed by Jason Weidner, warm tones of the group performing the track on stage is the basis, which technically is all you need for such a fantastic track.

Desperate Journalist Share Their New Single ‘Be Kind’

North London’s Desperate Journalist are on the verge of releasing their second album ‘Grow Up’. Landing the 24th of March via Fierce Panda, their previous singles taken from the LP are now followed-up with a new and quite graceful tune entitled ‘Be Kind’. Built around the capturing vocals of Jo Bevan, serene guitar strokes morph into an epic build-up of alt bliss, solidifying there reputation as one of the top bands rising from the DIY scene to the mainstream. ‘Be Kind’ is out now. Have a listen.

Desperate Journalist ‘Resolution’ Video

North London band Desperate Journalist are set to release their new album ‘Grow Up’ on the 24th of March via Fierce Panda. One of the songs taken from the album that has been on constant repeat for us is their single ‘Resolution’. Already a great, the band have now shared the video for the song. Directed by Jason Weidner, Desperate Journalist enjoy a round of drinks with friends at a pub with other clips showing lead singer Jo Bevan seemingly having a moment whilst staring in the mirror.

ColoRising Mixes 29: Desperate Journalist

Desperate Journalist represent all of the hearty goodness about the DIY scene of London. Blending the sounds of alternative, post-punk, gothic and more, the foursome comprised of singer Jo Bevan, guitarist Rob Hardy, bassist Simon Drowner and drummer Caz Hellbent, kicked in the door with their 2013 EP ‘Christina’. Following up with the singles ‘Organ’ and 2014’s ‘Happening’, Desperate Journalist brought forth their incredible self-titled debut album in 2015.

ColoRising Mixes 29: Desperate Journalist

Desperate Journalist represent all of the hearty goodness about the DIY scene of London. Blending the sounds of alternative, post-punk, gothic and more, the foursome comprised of singer Jo Bevan, guitarist Rob Hardy, bassist Simon Drowner and drummer Caz Hellbent, kicked in the door with their 2013 EP ‘Christina’. Following up with the singles ‘Organ’ and 2014’s ‘Happening’, Desperate Journalist brought forth their incredible self-titled debut album in 2015.

North London’s Desperate Journalist Share Their New Single ‘Resolution’

North London band Desperate Journalist have been quite the talk since releasing their ‘Christina’ EP back in 2013. Dropping their self-titled debut LP two years later, the band perfectly found a sweet spot between post-punk rage, refined indie and striking melodies spruced with a goth-like tinge.

With their second album ‘Grow Up’ set to get released on the 24th of March via Fierce Panda, the group have shared their new single entitled ‘Resolution’. Raising the levels even higher than before with pristine production of alt-rock that jumps out of the speaker, the balance of Jo Bevan’s vocal work is a true audible delight.