The Lathums gear up for massive Autumn tour and release ‘Oh My Love’

Nine shows at existing venues have also moved from April and May to new nights this winter. Featured press photo by Sam Crowston Share Moore says of the track: “The opening line: ‘your face seems to have sunken, in the event of my demise’ starts a back and forth with someone who is no longer with us, talking from above. “Moving on, lines like ‘time is weak and demanding of me’ are a concession to the fact that life moves on, it’s too short and there’s no need to hang on to negativity.  “It’s upbeat and happy, a complete juxtaposition to the starting point for the song when I was… Read More

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Pizzagirl moves to fuzzy synths as new album ‘softcore mourn’ due this summer

I’d say this is a break-up song.” Featured press photo by Kate Davies Share Layers of instrumentation are continuously added through the track, echoing a sense of snowballing resignation, hurtling towards a reconciliatory breaking point. Liverpool’s new hopeful Pizzagirl is set to release his sophomore album ‘softcore mourn’ this summer.  Perpetually ensconced in the fault-lines between effervescent humanity and binary technology, pitting maximalist-pop sounds against claustrophobic production, Pizzagirl (AKA Liverpool native Liam Brown) delves deeper into the emotional hard-drive on his latest project. But gone is the postmodern absurdism and vapor-wave escapism, the sentiment now is as real and grounded as a 90s dial-up squall.  In his own words, Pizzagirl… Read More

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Red Rum Club tease The Hollow Sessions with acoustic version of ‘Eleanor’

Alex Pearson The Hollow Sessions will be released digitally via Modern Sky on Friday, April 30th – pre-save here – with the band hitting the road again this summer with their pushed back support tour with Circa Waves, festival stages and Red Rum Club’s own UK Tour. Fran Doran, the band’s frontman, says: “It’s been a rollercoaster for us all and while the ride still isn’t over, we’re all hoping for the best and hope more than anything that we’ll be on stage again by late summer.  “Between now and then, The Hollow Sessions presents new versions of the songs we’re really proud of, but we’re not done there. Known… Read More

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The Sherlocks confirm new single ‘End Of The Earth’ and rescheduled tour dates

Alex Pearson As well as this, there are rumours floating of their highly anticipated third album. Speaking on the release, The Sherlocks said “‘End Of The Earth’ is quite punk rock for us, a slight change in direction. But definitely the perfect comeback track. “We chose Sessions because they allow us to connect with our fans wherever they are in the world, we’re buzzing for everyone to see us perform again. Tickets for their live shows can be found here. “We locked ourselves in the studio for three days straight with sleeping bags and bottles of spirits. This track is WILD!!” The band have also revealed that they will be… Read More

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PREMIERE: CHEEKBONE share acoustic performance of ‘In & Out’

‘In & Out’ is stribbed back to basics as the 90s-esque jangly guitars are gone as very raw vocals take hold. Later in the year, CHEEKBONE will finally have the opportunity to perform live. CHEEKBONE premiere their music video for an acoustic lockdown performance of their latest single ‘In & Out’.  The band have reaped in the rewards since its release last month including airplay on Soccer AM and placements on Spotify official playlists. Ernest Gorka, songwriter, guitarist and vocalist for CHEEKBONE, explained that “the track itself details a young mum dealing with adult life”, highlighting “the juxtaposition of the subject against the youthfulness of the track”. They’ll be heading… Read More

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PREMIERE: Synth pop outfit Yonder debut ‘Medicine Dreams’

The track has expansive layers of infectious tonality which is neatly housed within an animated melody and assured vocal presence. ‘Medicine Dreams’ weaves and winds through a road of spacious scenery and stimulates the mind with imagery.  Yonder are already rich with musical tapestry thanks to their involvement in four-piece SAHARAS. ‘Medicine Dreams’, released tomorrow (March 12th), is guilt-free as the melodies and vocals show a clear statement of intent from the Windsor-based outfit. It’s clear that Yonder remains very much a part of a forward-thinking vision that respectfully tips its hat to prior involvement with a band that expanded in both maturity and status. Share The quartet was discovered… Read More

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