Great News – Secrets

Some secrets are best unkept – case in point, the latest from galactic dreamers Great News. The Bergen-based three-piece return with new single ‘Secrets’ – out now via0E0E. Hailing from the same hometown as pop prodigy Aurora, with the psychedelic swagger of Sweden’s YAST, Great News spread waves of hazy pop/rock with innate Nordic nous....

Wilsen – Centipede

A brand new single taken from Wilsen‘s as-yet-untitled debut album due for release in late spring. ‘Centipede’s release coincides with the band’s North American support tour with 4AD’s Daughter, which begins at a sold-out show in Philadelphia this coming Thursday and extends to 26 dates. Details of Wilsen’s debut album...

Hannah Lou Clark – Its Your Love

Hannah Lou Clark has announced a brand new EP Its Your Love, due for release 22nd April on her own label Quatre Femmes Records via PIAS. Listen to title track here.. Extensive touring around the release of debut EP Silent Type, gave a fresh perspective on certain things in Hannah’s life. Its Your Love was written over this touring period...

No Hot Ashes – Goose

Indie pop newcomers No Hot Ashes have announced the upcoming release of their debut single Goose. The track serves as the perfect introduction to the band’s vibrant blend of funk rock with a hip hop overlay, a sound that is as infectious as it is fresh. Comprising of Isaac Taylor...

San Scout – Render

San Scout is the meeting of the musical minds of Jonny and Freddie – two London based friends who today share the brilliantly warm and soulful‘Render’ – the first track to be taken from their upcoming debut EP. Whilst living in Leeds, Jonny and Freddie were both studying and experimenting with...

Little May – Remind Me

Little May have unveiled a video for ‘Remind Me’ which is taken from the indie outfit’s debut album ‘For the Company’. Produced by Aaron Dessner (The National), ‘For The Company’ is out now on Island Records. With a reputation for spell binding harmonies and intoxicating melodies, ‘Remind Me’ introduced a heavier side of Little...

Highasakite – Someone Who’ll Get It

Seething, oil-drenched contortion – a “dark and pummelling” pop number deserves no less, with Highasakite’s new video for ‘Someone Who’ll Get It’ featuring vocalist Ingrid Helene Håvik at her vulnerable and ferocious best. The video is paired with details of the band’s forthcoming sophomore album ‘Camp Echo’, slated for...

August & After – Wolves

London acoustic Trio August and After are set to release their new single ‘Wolves’ from their brand new EP ‘Cascades’ which is set to be released on the 17th of March. The tremendous trio have been captivating audiences with their incredible live performances. Their shows blend well-crafted collective tunes with...

Sofia Härdig – Sitting Still

The multi-instrumental Sofia Härdig is the latest example of another world class Scandinavian export that’s been dominating the music scene for a while now. Having worked with household Swedish names like the Grammy Award winners The Helicopters and Bob Hund, as well as having collaborated with Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon and...

Babeheaven – Heaven

West-London five-piece Babeheaven have premiered beautiful debut single ‘Heaven’, which will be released through Handsome Dad / B3SCI on April 8th. Currently on tour with BBC Sound Poll nominee Loyle Carner, the band have already opened for Liss, supported Formation around the UK and have confirmed a headline show...

Habitats – Jungles EP

Hampshire’s Habitats have released their anticipated ‘Jungles’ EP ahead of a short UK tour which will take them to Manchester, Leeds, London and Nottingham. After previously releasing the title track, there are now three accompanying pieces of breezy indie pop coming in at around fifteen minutes. Although not the...

Matthew Logan Vasquez – Personal

Inspired by the sonic nonconformity of The Black Keys and The Raconteurs Matthew Logan Vasquez’s tracks like Everything I Do Is Out, Personal or Muerte Tranquil showcase the lo-fi rock raver-cum-primal stomp-like energy from start to finish. Compromise- what’s that? Take it easy- what for? No no no, this track is certainly not...

Alibis – Therapy

Alibis have unveiled new track ‘Therapy’, taken from a forthcoming EP via Blue Flowers. Having opened for The Strokes, played Club NME at Koko, performed at the legendary Blue Flowers night (alongside Frances) and picked up support across BBC Introducing, the duo will play an EP launch show at...

Chirping – Corona

Based out of Stockholm, the 4-piece, self-sufficient D.I.Y indie-pop band called Chirping, look set to become the latest in a long line of hugely successful Scandinavian exports to embrace our ears. Their previous work has already received huge acclaim with airplays on BBC Radio 6 Music’s Steve Lamacq and...

Viola Beach – Boys That Sing

Following the tragic passing of Viola Beach and their manager Craig Tarry, a campaign is being driven by friends and family to propel the Warrington band’s debut single up the charts. The band’s independent, self-released single, ‘Swings and Waterslides’ is being pushed with the intent of sharing the band’s music...

Cameron AG – Way Back Home

Cameron AG has announced his debut EP ‘Way Back Home’ will be released on the 25th March and here is the beautifully delicate title track. He has also confirmed a run of UK dates including Annie Mac Presents AMP Collected, which returns for a second season Thursday 4th February. Cameron is an Oxford based multi instrumentalist whose subtle and measured...

The Sherlocks – Last Night

Four-piece indie rockers, The Sherlocks, were formed in Sheffield when brothers Josh(guitar) and Andy (bass) Davidson moved in next door to brothers Kieran (vocals/guitar) and Brandon (drums) Crook’s grandparents. Bonding over their mutual love of football and music, the brothers formed a friendship, owing especially to their shared taste...

Eliza Shaddad – Run

Born to Sudanese and Scottish parents with deep artistic heritage, Eliza Shaddad draws from a rich wealth of creative resource. A descendent of a long line of artists and poets dating back to the 1800’s, Eliza’s great great grandfather was James Paterson, one of the Glasgow Boys – a...

Salt Cathedral – No Ordinary Man

‘No Ordinary Man’ is the new single from New York-based Colombian producers Nicolas Losada and Juliana Ronderos as Salt Cathedral. Coming in advance of their full-length debut, and following on the heels of ‘Holy Soul’ lead track off 2014’s ‘Oom Velt’ EP. ‘No Ordinary Man’ is a hip-hop and...

Jarbird – Iona

London outfit Jarbird release new single ‘Iona’ – the bands second offering from their forthcoming debut EP, due out 4th March 2016 on Oskar. The 4-piece found its roots at Leeds University where vocalist Ric and cellist/vocalist Lara were studying. After recruiting bass virtuoso Jim and returning home to their native London upon graduation,...

Faroe – Blast

Faroe is the solo project of Corentin of Concrete Knives (Bella Union), who is fresh from releasing a debut EP ‘Words’. Faroe first streamed the EP’s lead track ‘Blast’ on Soundcloud in Summer ‘15, gaining over 19k listens to date.  The intimacy and the minimalism that stands out at the start of Blast tells...

Dua Lipa – Last Dance

Today Dua Lipa announces her new single ‘Last Dance’ which is due for release on Friday March 25th.  ‘Last Dance’ was written by Dua with Talay Riley (Jess Glynne, Chris Brown) in Toronto and was produced by Koz (Kendrick Lamar, Madonna, Nicki Minaj).  With over 2million views on YouTube...

Echoes – Valentine

ECHOES is an enchanting Londoner with an unmistakable tone that simultaneously haunts and soothes you. Powerfully honest lyrics sung in that deep velvet vocal over dark synths, swelling electronic beats & propelling percussion. Whilst the closest definition would be ambient RnB, the sound sashays between soul, electronica, R & B,...

John Parry – Enough

East London singer-songwriter John Parry has announced the release of his self-produced EP, ‘Enough’, out March 4th. ‘Enough’ marks the debut release from the 18-year-old former winner of the XLP Arts Showcase.  The EP is preceded by the supremely moody lead single and title track ‘Enough’ and will feature...

Habitats – Jungles

Hampshire’s own Habitats have unleashed their title track ‘Jungles’ from the upcoming EP of the same name (out Feb 12th). The accompanying video for the track shows the dark and unforgiving nature of city life, with a chase through an urban jungle.  The band have also unveiled the dates...

Fronteers – Idol

‘Idol’ is the third release from Hull’s hottest new export; FRONTEERS. Released on 11th March, it received its worldwide premiere from 6Music’s Steve Lamacq on Tuesday 26th January and was swiftly followed later that evening by Radio 1’s Huw Stephens. Both were big supporters of previous single ‘It’s Up To Me...

King No One – Stay Close

York based up-and-comers King No-One are back with a bold new single called ‘Stay Close’ (Release: 18.3.2016). Drawing comparisons to the likes of The Bravery, Arctic Monkeys and Foals, the four-piece delivers catchy choruses and gritty guitar riffs amongst their unique blend of addictive indie rock. ‘Stay Close’, which...

Apothek – Waiting For The Thunder

“There’s a gap somewhere that used to be us” – an opening premise, and emotional wormhole that lies at the core of Apothek’s latest offering ‘Waiting For The Thunder’. As solemn as it is soaring, the track navigates space and time with pitch-bending poignancy. It follows Apothek’s acclaimed debut...

Plants and Animals – Stay

Eight years after their debut album Parc Avenue (2008), Plants and Animals’ newest evolution, ‘Waltzed in from the Rumbling‘, is set for release on 29th April (Secret City Records). Similarly recorded to tape, the new album embodies the raw musicianship characteristic of the group, while injecting symphonic crescendos, lyrical balladry, and metamorphic song developments. This is...

KStewart – Be Without You

KStewart kicks off 2016 with new single ‘Be Without You’. Produced by MNEK (who also features in the video), the celebratory, colorful visual for the track was created and launched in collaboration with New Look and is available to watch now.  Channeling vintage 90’s dance r&b, ‘Be Without You’ finger clicks its...

Florrie – Real Love

Today, FLORRIE premieres her brand new video for her latest single, ‘REAL LOVE’ which is due for release on March 25th through Epic Records. The video, directed with acclaimed director and visionary Emil Nava (Ellie Goulding, Calvin Harris, Ed Sheeran), was filmed in London and is shot in a...

Clean Cut Kid – Pick Me Up

Clean Cut Kid have announced details of their new single. ‘Pick Me Up’ will be released digitally on February 4th through the band’s own Babe Magnet Records/Polydor. ‘Pick Me Up’ is the third single from the Liverpool quartet who make inventive and adventurous art-pop. Mike Halls, Evelyn Halls, Saul...

Pixel Fix – You Settle Me

Today marks the return of Oxfordshireʼs Pixel Fix, with their fantastic new single ʻYou Settle Meʼ – The follow up to last years highly rated ʻI Want You The Sameʼ which was premiered by Phil Taggart on BBC Radio 1. ʻYou Settle Meʼ sees the four-piece at their creative best, intertwining intricate...

Wet – Don’t You

et, a group already tipped as the most promising act of 2015 by Fader had a large amount of expectation surrounding the release of their debut album ‘Don’t You’. The Brooklyn three piece seem to have attained an appropriately cool approach to the creation and collation of their debut record. There...

Atticus Lowe – Unaffected

Atticus Lowe is a songwriter that some may well recognise, an artist who has assumed more than one previously identity. Since gaining exposure on The Voice last year, Clark Carmody has gone away and taken stock. Resurfacing with a new moniker, Atticus Lowe, he’s followed up with recent demo...

Catholic Action – L.U.V

Catholic Action are a product of Glasgow’s famously fertile music scene but have won fans across the UK thanks to their peerless pop masterpieces. After a run of rapturously received gigs in their hometown the group are ready to release their long-awaited debut release ‘L.U.V.’ for Luv Luv Luv Records...

Arthur Beatrice – Real Life

Returning after their awesome debut record ‘Working Out,’ Arthur Beatrice has announced they will release their follow up ‘Keeping The Peace’ via Open Assembly Recordings / Polydor on the 20th May 2016. The band have also shared their new track ‘Real Life’, the second preview to the record following...