Meshing together gritty alternative rhythms with a catchy pop chorus, Leeds band Night Owls step up with their track ‘Better With Age’. An assessment on the facade involving our lives and social media, shuttering electronica along with ringing sirens add the feeling of chaos which perfectly soundtrack the lyrical content. ‘Better With Age’ is out now.
Leeds band Kamikaze Girls provide a bit of introspection with their latest single ‘Broke’. Previously unreleased and recorded during the making of their debut LP ‘Seafoam’, the tune can be considered a melancholic analysis of a down and out state of being as frontwoman Lucinda Livingstone sings of anxiety, forgetting to take her medication and more. With just her vocals and guitars being the meat and potatoes of the track, ‘Broke’ is currently available for streaming down at the bottom. Have a listen.
Leeds-based band Marsicians step up with the incredible single ‘Wake Up Freya’. Beautifully composed with high-rated production, the song spotlights the group’s ability to create chart-worthy pieces of music, packed with great songwriting, illustrious instrumentation and one of the most important things, integrity.
Leeds-based band The Golden Age of TV have brought forth their grooving new single ‘Beast’. A lush marriage of upbeat pop meets disco whilst indie guitars add another lush texture, the song will work wonders on the dancefloor not to mention will probably storm the charts.
Whilst listening to the news on a daily basis can provoke high levels of pessimism, Leeds band Party Hardly have pretty much created an enjoyable way to deal with the gloom. Their latest single ‘Living In Moths’ is an alternative meets grunge delight that delivers a few hopeless stories that make optimism seem quite morbid. The Alex Greaves-produced ‘Living In Moths’ is out now. Touching on the track, Party Hardly mentioned: “Living In Moths’ is about how depressing the news can be sometimes Read more […]
Leeds band Fehm make what we like to call, glorious post punk. With a slew of incredible recordings under their belt, their latest track ‘Human Age’ feels needed in this day and age. What can be considered a time of uncertainty, the song is a soundtrack to questioning and action needed to navigate the now. Pushed by stark post-punk and cold wave sonics, there is everything to love about this track and Fehm themselves. The tune is taken from their double A-side release ‘Human Age / Last Breath’. Have a listen.
Leeds band FEHM deliver a bold hitting of post-punk and new wave with their latest single ‘Last Breath’. Dark, moody and atmospheric, the song touches on that inevitable event of the final stages of life. Riddled with racing guitars and sharp, stabbing synths, the Matt Peel-produced song is an instant ear-grabber. Have a listen. Read more […]
When Leeds band NIGHT OWLS released their debut EP ‘INFORMALDEHYDE’, they were slinging out raw and loud sounds of grunge. Things have musically appeared to make a slight turn as the group have now unveiled their new track titled ‘Out Of My Head’. Opting for more of a dreamy shoegaze fronting, gone are the fast, fuzzy guitar riffs but rather mellow strums and easing vocals. Definitely promising with their new direction, ‘Out Of My Head’ is out now via Till Deaf Do us Party Records.
Colour of Spring are gearing up for the release of their new self-titled EP, out June 23rd on House of Love Records. Having previously shared their dreamy tune ‘Love’, the Leeds-based band now unveil their latest shoegaze-driven track ‘Sun’. Maintaining a blissful indie backing, there are also post-punk strums soaring through the tune, making it another solid single from the promising outfit. You can stream ‘Sun’ below.
Berlin’s Lea Porcelain will release their debut album ‘Hymns To The Night’ on June 16th. As anticipation builds, the duo have shared the Vessels remix of their single ‘Bones’. What begins as a haunting blanket of minimalism, eventually explodes into a euphoric electronic deliverance.