The first single taken from her second studio album, ‘Irreplaceable‘ is one of British singer-songwriter Lauren Ray‘s most upbeat tracks to date.
Following on from their 2018 release of single ‘Sleepwalking‘, Streets Of Roya are back with yet another single from upcoming EP ‘A Bad Companion‘.
LA based three piece, WOLVES, are a band constantly breaking barriers and pushing the boundaries of modern music. Creating their own unique sound by blending pop sensibilities with bold rock n roll and urban beats, the band have crafted a distinct style that shapes the sound of pop culture as we know it.
Glasgow five-piece, Acrylic, have kicked off their year with a bang with release of latest single: ‘I’ve Got Too Many Friends‘.
Formed back in 2014, Acrylic have gone from strength to strength: March 2018 saw the release of their debut EP ‘All I Am‘, with the band receiving critical acclaim and support from the likes of BBC Radio 2’s Dermot O’Leary, BBC Scotland’s Vic Galloway and Amazing Radio’s Charlie Ashcroft to name a few.
South London based four piece, CHILDCARE, return with latest single ‘Bamboo’.
Released November 9th, ‘Bamboo’ is something just a little bit different from the softcore-pysch band’s previously released material. The single sees Emma Topolski swap her bass for Ed Cares’ usual lead vocalist position and it’s gorgeous.
Taken from their upcoming debut EP, ‘Sleepwalking‘ is Streets Of Roya‘s “most intimate offering to date”.
Project of singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Michael Wepsi, Streets Of Roya excel in beautiful sounds and vocals, creating an escape for listeners and tumbling them into a mystic haze.
Brighton four-piece, Safe To Swim, are back on the scene with a brand new single, ‘Friends‘.
Released on 2nd November, the track was “inspired by speaking to a couple of friends who had tragically lost someone very close to them“.
Despite the unfortunate inspiration, the track is flighty and catchy from the off. Glistening guitars contrast with pounding drums to create a punchy, indie-rock sound that’s reminiscent of a slightly heavier version of The Magic Gang.