FOURS – Stella

Electro pop four piece FOURS today release their new single Stella, a track about calling out the creep on the dance floor. The track follows on from recent singles Fade To Love and Sickly Sweet which have racked up over 2 million plays on Spotify, Having released their debut EP Everything I Never Said in 2015, […]

Clean Cut Kids announce debut album + new single

Clean Cut Kid today reveal that their debut album Felt will be released on May 5th through Babe Magnet Records/Polydor. The Liverpudlian pop quartet also share the title track of the record which is available to stream below. Felt was recorded at Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios with Blossoms and The Coral producer Rich Turvey, London’s […]

Black Honey – Somebody Better

Brighton four piece Black Honey have been teasing new music on their socials for the past couple of weeks. At long last the wait is over and the band surrounding vocalist Izzy B Philllips today drop their single Somebody Better. The single comes with the b-side Cadillac. Both tracks are streaming below and are available […]

Alt-J announce new album ‘Relaxer’ + new single

Three years after the last full length “This Is All Yours”, Alt-J return with a new song titled 3WW and the announcement of their third album Relaxer, due out June 2nd. The artwork and tracklisting can be found below. In many ways, 3WW is a typical Alt-J song with solemn vocals and a lot of […]

QTY – Dress/Undress

Dress/Undress is the second single by New York newcomer duo QTY. The band, consisting of Dan Lardner and Alex Niemetz, will drop their new single as a limited edition 7” on 28 April through Dirty Hit (The 1975, Wolf Alice, King Nun). The b-side, Ornament, will certainly be revealed prior to release. Having both grown up in NYC, the […]

Pale Waves – There’s A Honey

Manchester four piece Pale Waves have just dotted the line with Dirty Hit (The 1975, The Japanese House, Wolf Alice) and today drop their debut single There’s A Honey. The track is a refreshing take on contemporary pop music. Fans of The 1975, Fickle Friends or Anteros should feel right at home. Pale Waves are Heather Baron-Gracie […]

Sundara Karma – Happy Family

Happy Family is the latest (and likely final) track to be revealed from Sundara Karma’s debut album You Is Ever Only Fun In Retrospect (out January 6th) on Chess Club Records (Wolf Alice, Swim Deep). Happy Family probably is their most elaborate track yet. Within it’s six minutes runtime, the track starts out as a ballad before […]

QTY – Rodeo / World Breaker

World Breaker is the second track to be revealed by New York duo QTY. The band, consisting of Dan Lardner and Alex Niemetz, will drop their debut 7 ” single Rodeo on December 16th via Dirty Hit (The 1975, Wolf Alice, King Nun) with World Breaker being the b-side. Having both grown up in NYC, the duo […]