Since the formation of Manchester-based band, Electric Screams, just earlier this year, there’s been high anticipation for the release of a debut single. It’s safe to say that the wait is (almost) over, in the form of short but sweet, jazz infused rock ballad, ‘Dogs‘.
Reykjavík’s own electro-pop dream, East Of My Youth, are back for the first time this year with latest single ‘By Blue‘.
For fans of Vallis Alps and Lykke Li, East Of My Youth‘s tracks are full to the brim with ethereal ambience and tone, and ‘By Blue‘ certainly follows in suit.
Originally reigning from North Yorkshire, Belvoir Hill have spent years performing mainly as a cover band. Playing hometown pubs, parties and even a private island in Essex, they’ve had a long stretch without any official releases under their belts.
However, yesterday (28th April) marked the end of an era and welcomed a new, as the band released their debut single, ‘Foreign Places’.
Berlin based, American alt/folk singer, Jon Campbell, is both a musician and an artist.
With debut album ‘Sirens’ coming out this September 20th, Jon Campbell has recently released his first single from it, ‘Francis’, with an accompanying video hand-painted by himself.
Released on 22nd February, Make Things Like They Used To Be is the brand new single from rising Brighton quartet, Safe To Swim.
Following on from their November 2018 release of ‘Friends’, Make Things Like They Used To Be is a short but sweet trip down memory lane that’s full of blistering energy and infectious indie-rock hooks.
The first single taken from her second studio album, ‘Irreplaceable‘ is one of British singer-songwriter Lauren Ray‘s most upbeat tracks to date.