Neck Deep have recently released ‘Where Do We Go When We Go’ from their upcoming album ‘The Peace and The Panic’. Whilst this song definitely doesn’t stray completely from the sound we expect from Neck Deep, it does highlight their talent in other ways.
Don Broco used arguably the most genius marketing scheme for their most recent single ‘Pretty’. A live-stream wedding turned out to be the release of a rather dark, yet captivating, music video. This song really encompasses the band’s sound and has me very excited for new music.
I first discovered Hands Like Houses when they opened for Of Mice And Men last year, since then I’ve been a massive fan – travelling to Southampton to catch them live again just a month after seeing them for the first time. And they’ve blown me away again with their release of ‘Drift’. The single comes alongside an announcement of signing with Hopeless Records.
Everywhere have announced their first 2017 release in the form of ‘Man Up’ following their successful sophomore EP ‘Fiction Act’. I’ve been excitedly waiting for new music and ‘Man Up’ did not disappoint. The brilliant new single is currently available for streaming on Soundcloud and will be officially released to all digital stores June 9.
This unique and crazily wild album has uprooted the music world. Mansionz is the musical project of Blackbear and Mike Posner and sees them collaborate with many other artists. This album is a sincere mismatch of heartfelt self criticism and lyrics that will leave you questioning everything. Importantly, it’s an album that finds its way to your heart no matter what music you enjoy.
I’ve been following this band closely since the release of their first single for this impressive album. This album has been on repeat since its release a few weeks ago. With this album, Imminence present a mature band, refining their rock sound and combining it with electronic sounds and folk undertones. ‘This Is Goodbye’ is my favourite album of this year so far, if you haven’t heard it then you’re missing out.
Jon Bellion took London by storm. His ‘Human Condition Tour’ hit the O2 Shepherds Bush last week and blew everyone away. The venue had been upgraded due to popular demand and was packed from front to back, there didn’t seem to be a single space in the entire venue. He was supported on the night by Blaque Keyz, who has featured in many songs with Jon in the past. This show was unforgettable.
Dodie’s headlining show at The Old Fire Station, Bournemouth was to support the release of her debut EP ‘Intertwined‘. Alongside her was Rusty Clanton, another YouTuber from Nashville. These two fitted together seamlessly and stole the attention of everyone in the room. The venue was lovely; perfect for two twinkly indie singers. It was packed from front to back, with people (like me) sitting on top of tables in order to see the stage.
With their new album, Smash The Windows, in-stores now, The Tossers have released a lyric video for the politically charged anthem ‘Erin Go Bragh’. They have also announced a competition with Victory Records, giving entrants the chance to win a $250 shopping spree at Amazon.
London alt-rock band Everywhere recently released their second EP ‘Fiction Act’ following the success of their acclaimed track ‘Some Other Dude’. This EP saw them travelling to Stockholm, Los Angeles and London to work with various producers, including American hit-maker Mark Needham (The 1975, The Killers). ‘Fiction Act’ is an EP that fits beautifully into the sound of the Alt charts at the moment and I loved every second of it.