Neck Deep have been building anticipation for their latest album ‘The Peace and The Panic’ for months with the release of some brilliant singles. Their evolution has truly shown what this band are made of, refining their sound further and really pushing the boundaries of genre. Whilst some fans have initially been unhappy with this change, it seems to me this is for the better.
Old Notes only formed in April of last year, but they’ve already produced one album and another is on the way – and from the sound of latest single ‘Rocco’ it is going to be just as beautiful. Their lyrics are meaningful and relate-able, the melodies captivating and the guitars roaring. ‘Rocco’, like all other songs from this band, urges the listener to connect with it on a deep emotional level.
The Script are back after two years in the studio with their single ‘Rain’ and it marks a new era for them. ‘Rain’ is definitely a step away from the sound fans initially associate with this band. Their fifth album is yet to get a release date.
Three friends from Oxford make the alternative indie trio ‘Filth’. The band are releasing their brilliant EP ‘Day In Day Out’ September 21st. Perfect for fans of Arctic Monkeys, these boys are ready to make their mark. Filth spoke to us about their new EP, BBC Introducing and Apple Crumble.
Neck Deep released their new song, “In Bloom”, yesterday and it was met with mixed reviews from fans. Although there have been a lot of people that don’t like this song, Neck Deep have told their fans that they need to hear the whole album before they make any final decisions.