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Out of Love announce their second EP ‘Funny Feeling’

Out Of Love

London punks Out Of Love are pleased to announce their return with their forthcoming second EP ‘Funny Feeling’. The latter is set for release on April 16th. As a first taste of the record, lead single ‘Play Pretend’ is out now, accompanied by the band’s first full official music video. Commenting …

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We Faith unleash debut single ‘Maybe Soon, Now’

We Faith

We Faith are delighted to announce ‘Maybe Soon, Now’, the first single from their eponymous, self-produced and self-released debut album. ‘Maybe Soon, Now’ is led by a snarling, soaring guitar riff, backed by driving bass and furious drums. Commenting on the track Brien said: “The main riff was written before …

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Play Dead announce their debut EP, “Skint”

Play Dead

South London punks Play Dead are pleased to announce the release of their debut EP, “Skint”. The latter will be out on March 26th 2021 via Blitzcat Records. As a taster of the EP, the band is also sharing lead single “Shaun”. Their wry ode to bassist Ollie’s nan’s boyfriend—which …

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King Creature announce May 2021 co-headline tour!

King Creature

Cornish rockers King Creature announce May 2021 co-headline socially-distanced tour alongside Blind River. The tour follows up from the release of their sophomore record Set The World On Fire, released in November 2020. Commenting on the tour, the bands manager Jules Chenoweth explains. “It’s time to bring out the Thunder …

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We Are the Ocean to release “Go Now And Live” vinyl!

We Are the Ocean

2021 marks 10 years since the release of We Are The Ocean‘s brilliant second album, “Go Now And Live”. To celebrate the occasion, the album will be released on vinyl, in a beautiful two-colour splatter variant limited to just 500 hand-numbered copies. It will be out on April 30th by …

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Last Hyena have signed to Stereo Brain Records!

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Bristol progressive heavy math-rock band Last Hyena are delighted to announce that they have signed to Stereo Brain Records. They will also release their debut album “How Soon Is Mars” on April 30th 2020. To celebrate the news, they have revealed a video for lead single ‘Doctorpus’, which is out …

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A New Tomorrow have dropped their namesake single

A New Tomorrow

UK rockers A New Tomorrow have dropped their namesake single. The video is a striking cinematic version of the single. It is out now via Frontiers Music. The band comments: “We originally intended the cinematic version to be only a B-side to the main single. But we were so impressed …

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Octopus Montage are now back with a fourth single!

For those who have missed the news, Octopus Montage are now back with a fourth single, “Dopamine”! Octopus Montage describes “Dopamine” further. “This track is a self-deprecating, angst-fueled explosion, disguised as a catchy pop-punk tune. It focuses on the mindset in which many people find themselves in when in their …

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London trio Cheap Meat are back with new single!

Cheap Meat

London trio Cheap Meat are back. The band are streaming their new single “Eddie & Valerie”, taken from their debut full-length record “People Are The Worst”, to be released January 29th via Jerk Store Records. “People Are The Worst” was mostly written during a time of significant sociopolitical unrest – …

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King of the Dead are back with “Destroy My Name”

King of the Dead - Artwork

King of the Dead are a band that are not afraid to be bold. The 3 piece Horror Rock band are a celebration of the macabre and the weird. The music is anthemic and dark (think 30 Seconds To Mars meets Ghost) with driving guitars and soaring vocals. Debut single …

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Holygood kick off 2021 with new single ‘Bath Salts’


London’s Holygood are pleased to kick off their 2021 with brand new single ‘Bath Salts’. The track is the follow up to their 2020 single ‘Killing Giants’, which is the title track from their forthcoming new EP set for release on January 22nd 2021. Commenting on the track’s poignant theme, …

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