SINGLE REVIEW: Return To The Drake’s Nest – BRIDGES
London’s very own rising rock quintet, BRIDGES, are back for the third time already this year, with latest single: ‘Return To The Drake’s Nest‘. Released just a day before they played a slot at The Bimble Inn at Glastonbury, ‘Return To The Drake’s Nest‘ presents a truly anthemic guitar-lead sound.
SINGLE REVIEW: I Don’t Make Me – Ignant Benches
Reigning from San Diego, CA, Ignant Benches are a young alt/indie band that deserve to be heard. With a sound remnant to that of the early 2000’s indie scene, particularly the scene popular in the UK, the band are the perfect host of modern age nostalgia.
SINGLE REVIEW: Make Things Like They Used To Be – Safe To Swim
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…
SINGLE REVIEW: If Only – Streets Of Roya
Following on from their 2018 release of single ‘Sleepwalking‘, Streets Of Roya are back with yet another single from upcoming EP ‘A Bad Companion‘.
ALBUM ANNOUNCEMENT: Idlewild announce new album & release new single ‘Dream Variations’
Having taken a break in 2010 after their previous 15 year stint of success, friendship and their creativity brought Scottish Indie veterans, Idlewild, back together for 2015’s album: ‘Everything Ever Written’. Along with that came critical appraise, a top 20 slot and tonnes of sold out gigs in venues as large as they had ever played in.
SINGLE REVIEW: I’ve Got Too Many Friends – Acrylic
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…
VIDEO RELEASE: Safe To Swim release video for “Friends”
Safe To Swim have now shared a video for their latest single, ‘Friends‘. The single, released on 2nd November, is taken from the band’s upcoming EP which is set to be released in Spring 2019. A full review of the track itself is here.
SINGLE REVIEW: Bamboo – CHILDCARE
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.
SINGLE REVIEW: Sleepwalking – Streets Of Roya
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.
SINGLE REVIEW: Friends – Safe To Swim
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…