The emotional ballad ‘Scenery’ was written, composed and performed entirely by Kim Taehyung, or V, of BTS. Teased only a month ago, this solo masterpiece demonstrates the K-pop group’s passion for music which is hungrily devoured by excited fans.Continue reading “BTS’ V releases solo single ‘Scenery’”
Finding Miranda is an indie pop-rock quartet that formed in 2012. The band, consisting of Chay Appleyard (lead vocals, acoustic guitars), Lee Tallon (lead guitar), Jimmy Sallows (bass guitar) and Tony Buckley (drums), have since released EP’s and have played venues across Essex, Suffolk and London.
Kaleo have released a new music video for ‘Way Down We Go’, the band from Iceland are set to release their debut album, A/B, June 10th, and will be playing their first sold out UK show in London, July 12th.
The beautiful ‘Haze’ is from the band’s second album, which is currently being recorded. Like all Amber Run songs it is haunting, beautiful and catchy and definitely bodes well for their new album.
Ahead of release at midnight, Pierce The Veil have released ‘Texas Is Forever’ on YouTube. The single is the latest from their new album, ‘Misadventures’ which is set for release on May 13th through Fearless Records.
Set It Off have dropped a smashing video for their latest single ‘Uncontainable’. The orchestral pop rock group released their sophomore album ‘Duality’ back in 2014 and new music has been highly anticipated, their signature cinematic sound is back and stronger than ever. I’m already in love with this song.
This debut album has been a long time coming, due to personal issues the initial release was set back, but now it’s here and the fans are going crazy. Electric Century sees ex-My Chemical Romance bassist Mikey Way joined by Sleep Station vocalist and New London Fire guitarist David Debiak.’For The Night To Control’ is everything I wanted from an Electric Century album – it’s one of those albums you can listen to over and over without getting bored.
‘Cluster’ is the first EP from pop-punk band Waterparks to be released via a record label. I heard about them through Mikey Way, from Electric Century and formerly of My Chemical Romance, who played bass on the EP. I’m just glad I decided to check these guys from Houston out – this 5 track EP sees a return to the ‘classic’ pop-punk sound.
I’ve been waiting for this album for what feels like forever, but it is finally here and it does not disappoint. For Panic! fans this album has been highly anticipated, with the release of high calibre singles like ‘Halleljuah‘, ‘Victorious‘ and ‘Don’t Threaten me With a Good Time‘(reviewed previously on the site) only feeding this excitement. As with all Panic! albums it’s an evolution from ‘Too Rare to Live, Too Weird to Die’, personally I think ‘Death Of A Bachelor’ is one of their strongest albums yet.
Panic! At The Disco helped end 2015 on a high note by releasing yet another song from their upcoming album ‘Death Of A Bachelor’. ‘Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time’ is high-energy perfection, you won’t be able to stop yourself from dancing along to this song and before you know it you’ll be singing along too.