Twenty One Pilots played their biggest UK show to-date last night, kicking off their three night stop at SSE Wembley Arena. The venue was packed with fans of all ages and the band put on one of their best performances yet. The Bandito Tour marks the first time tracks from ‘Trench’ have been performed and sees a whole new energy.Continue reading “TWENTY ONE PILOTS play first show at SSE Wembley Arena | Live Review”
The 5-piece band from Cardiff released a stunning music video alongside their latest single ‘You Are Everything’. The track is from their upcoming debut album, which will be released through SharpTone Records on 8th March.Continue reading “HOLDING ABSENCE release video for latest single ‘You Are Everything’ |Review”
Don Broco played their headline show at Wembley Arena on February 9th, supported by Neck Deep and Issues. Though the arena was not quite at full capacity, those who attended more than made up for it – wild mosh-pits, crowd-surfing and screamed lyrics ended the night as a resounding success.Continue reading “DON BROCO play headline show at Wembley Arena | Review”
Brookline, an alternative rock band from upstate New York, recently released their second single from their upcoming EP called “Fade” which comes out February 22nd, 2019. The single “Sinking” was released February 1st on Spotify, iTunes and many other streaming apps and websites. This song follows right behind the first single, “Two Thirds”.
With a mixture of 90’s alternative and current alternative, it is pleasant to listen to no matter what you’re doing. It has the perfect rhythm and beat to get you tapping your foot but leaving you to be able to have it play in the background while you’re busy cleaning or doing your homework. I would highly suggest giving this song and this band a shot, they’re definitely going to be a band that I look out for when it comes to touring!
The EP “Fade” is said to be about personal issues in which includes substance abuse. “Sinking” itself makes me feel like it’s about the vocalist being someones lighthouse, being who guides the person to better things while their friend is the ship that’s sinking. They’re trying to help their friend by bringing them to the light, cleaning them up and helping them but the friend instead keeps reverting back to drugs; in which that leads the person representing the lighthouse unsure of what to do until they realise that no matter what they do, no matter how they help, the person will always revert so they feel the need to let them go. They want to help their friend out but it’s taking a toll on them and they feel that they can’t help them any longer because it’s straining their friendship and how both parties get through the day.
Check out the song below through the link provided, don’t forget to keep any eye out for their EP “Fade” coming out February 22nd! You won’t want to miss it!
Escape the Fate are known for their meaningful lyrics and videos, but their most recent release took a break with that. Their new music video for their song, “Do You Love Me” from their newest album, “I Am Human” is a video designed to make you laugh.
In the video you have four bachelors and a bachelorette on one of those dating shows you used to see on television when you were little, or most of us at least. After a few watches and re-watches I think I laughed more each time. They’re a band that never fails to either make you emotional with their songs and videos or make you laugh because they’re silly and it just flat out suits them.
The song itself is brilliant! The band continue to grow and develop their sound and it is overflowing with their individual, characteristic style. The video really adds to the style of the song and helps draw out the theme of love – perfect for a Valentine’s Day release.
If you’re feeling the love and wanna watch a funny, Valentine’s Day themed video then this one is DEFINITELY for you! Check it out below and let us know in the comments what you think of the video.
Twenty One Pilots played their comeback show at O2 Brixton, London. The hiatus did the boys good, with both Tyler and Josh looking healthy and happy and giving a brilliant performance. The show introduced fans to the new era, combining the best of their old live show with new and exciting pieces (fire, cars and new songs to name a few). ‘A Complete Diversion’ has got fans all over the world excited for the new album ‘Trench’ and the World Tour that comes alongside it.
Vinyl Theatre have returned with their album ‘Star Cruiser’, their first release since parting ways with label Fueled By Ramen. This album is a beautifully curated collection of songs from the heart. From the first track to the last, you are hooked by their individual sound and raw honesty. This album marks a change in the band that can’t quite be explained, other than to say that I believe their best days are before them.
Vinyl Theatre are set to release their latest album, ‘Starcruiser’, on August 31st. The album is the band’s third release and sees them exploring and evolving their sound. Their keyboardist, Chris Senner, took the time to answer some questions prior to its release.
Fashion Week’s ‘Dark of the Cinema’ will have you desperate to hear more. The three-piece band join the ever-growing list of awesome musical talent from Columbus, Ohio. With a sound similar to upcoming artists, I Don’t Know How But They Found Me and Vesperteen, it would not surprise me for this band to follow in their success. Listen to the track for the first time here exclusively before it’s available everywhere tomorrow!
I’ve been a fan of Death By Shotgun since seeing them open for Trash Boat in Southampton last year and was super excited to catch them again in Southampton for another show and an interview. This four-piece band melds pop, punk and rock together to create catchy melodies with incredibly relatable lyrics. We talked about favourite desserts, where the band name came from and which song is hardest to play live.