The Psychedelic Furs release music video for ‘Wrong Train’

Alex Pearson Frontman Richard Butler said: “‘Wrong Train’ continues the black and white textured, mysterious feel of the previous videos from Made Of Rain. The creativity Hans, Peter Sebastian and their team brought shows in every frame.  “Much like in paintings, imagery in this video is altered to where it is seen in an entirely different way.” Restricted by Covid-19 limitations, the video was shot in Neleman’s home-studio in Connecticut and at Michelson Studios in upstate New York.  After the shoot, the photographic material was handed over and digitally manipulated by Peter Sebastian. Neleman photographed and filmed Richard while painting his face as if he were delivering an art performance.… Read More

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Tom Grennan announces biggest UK headline Tour for second album

Share The mammoth 16-date tour includes Grennan’s biggest ever headline show at Alexandra Palace.  The news follows his performance on The Graham Norton Show with Ella Henderson for their new single ‘Let’s Go Home Together’ which is currently climbing the UK Charts.  Tom Grennan’s highly anticipated second album, ‘Evering Road’ is our March 12th via Insanity Records.  Earlier this month saw Tom’s virtual interactive gig receive overwhelming demand as he debuted new music from the album as 27,000 buzzing fans rushed to join the live stream. Tom Grennan has just announced one of his biggest UK headline tour this Autumn in celebration of his second album ‘Evering Road’. TOM GRENNAN… Read More

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Lomon releases space-aged psychedelic single ‘Fractures’

These impressive lyrics, combined with a soaring soundscape, form the foundations of a promising career ahead of Lomon. However, ‘Fractures’ is a stellar performance from a promising musician and his future success is certainly written in the stars. However, the back bone of the single still rings true with ‘Fractures’ as sonic melodies, distorted electronics and abstract backing vocals all overlap together to produce a well-cohered song. His rather unique approach to music is aimed at inspiring others to think about what’s in deep space – is there the existence of extraterrestrial life out there?  The track’s space-themed lyrics are punchy and delivered with an essence of hope and desperation… Read More

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Somebody’s Child drops anthemic single ‘The Lover’

If it shocks you it’s done what it’s supposed to. Dublin indie rock five-piece Somebody’s Child shares new single ‘The Lover’ ahead of their upcoming EP. Written in similar vein to ‘Lost’ and ‘Top Drawer Romance’, Somebody’s Child put the listener in the head of a man in existential crisis, frantically searching for meaning amongst the chaos, which carries the track to an emotive crescendo.  It’s definitely the heaviest piece from the ICM Ones To Watch 2021 artist. Taken from their soon to be released EP ‘Hope, Amongst Other Things’, the single is certainly a change of pace as Cian’s emotively driven lead vocals pack a punch which gives you… Read More

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