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Bryony Williams – ‘I Can Be’


Wolverhampton-based singer-songwriter Bryony Williams has signed to our friends at Beth Shalom Records and shared ‘I Can Be’ – the lead single from her upcoming third EP, ‘State I’m In’ (out on 25 September). A song about fleshing out your inner confidence and owning who you are, the assertive anthem has an indie-rock sound but…

Ben Folds – ‘2020’


Ben Folds sums up all of our feelings about the past six months in his new single ‘2020’: ‘New Year’s Eve, don’t it seem like decades ago? Back in 2019, back when life was slow’. A piano ballad with relatable lyrics for anyone who’s been socially distancing and obeying all the rules, Folds compares the…

I Like Trains – ‘Dig In’


I Like Trains have shared the video for ‘Dig In’, the second single to be taken from their long-awaited new album ‘KOMPROMAT’ (out on 21 August via Atlantic Curve). The timely song is one ‘for those morally bankrupt schemers who have managed to leverage extraodinary power and wealth while never being on the ballot’ according…

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Martha Hill – ‘Grilled Cheese’


Martha Hill has shared new single ‘Grilled Cheese’, the first song to be taken from upcoming EP ‘Summer Up North’. Recorded during lockdown via Zoom, Martha says the song is ‘a dissection of a relationship. Daft arguments about food prep, bouncing off each other negatively, jealousy but in the end still believing things are going…

Joe Futak – ‘Scrambling Around’


Signed to our friends at Fox Food Records, Joe Futak has shared new single ‘Scrambling Around’. The song opens with a bar-room piano sound that recalls Willy Mason’s early material before then heading into more baroque territory. Joe lays his heart on the line as he opens the song by admitting ‘Everything just makes me…

Fair Mothers – ‘Harpy


Opening with a squelch of Twilight Sad-esque guitar, Fair Mothers’ ‘Harpy’ is a song that grabs your attention from the very first note. It then takes on an eerie folk sound as it builds up and falters around the tantalising combination of Stonehaven resident Kevin Allan’s distinctive words, restrained piano stabs, composer-arranger Pete Harvey’s haunting…