Lucia & the Best Boys Let Go

Lucia & the Best Boys – ‘Let Go’


Glasgow’s indie rockers Lucia & the Best Boys have followed up their ‘Eternity’ EP with the release of new single ‘Let Go’. For this song, the band trade in their catchy indie-pop sound for something that is more atmospheric and anthemic. Lucia Fairfull says the track, which was written on piano during a tumultous time…

Lindsay Munroe – ‘River’


Lindsay Munroe follows up the Sharon Van Etten-approved ‘Split’ with new single ‘River’. Both songs will appear on the forthcoming EP ‘Our Heaviness’. Produced by Chris Hamilton (LUMP, Torres), the new track finds the singer-songwriter experimenting with new sounds and the hurt a tumultuous relationship can bring:  ‘I was in a long-term relationship that ended…

Local Natives – ‘Dark Days’ (feat Sylvan Esso)


Local Natives have shared a new version of ‘Dark Days’ from their 2016 album ‘Sunlit Youth’. Now featuring guest vocals from Sylvan Esso’s Amelia Meath, the song has been remixed by Spike Stent (Madonna, Bjork, Grimes) and its contemplative tone – ‘Dark days in the summer, in the rain the water’s fine’ is perfect for…

Silverbacks – ‘Muted Gold’


Dublin-based Silverbacks have shared the video for new single ‘Muted Gold’ following acclaim from BBC 6 Music, Dork Magazine and Annie Mac. Specialising in an angular post-punk yet melodic sound, ‘Muted Gold’ will appeal to fans of bands ranging from Squid and Dry Cleaning to classic acts including Talk Talk and Television. There are plenty…

Happy Accidents – ‘Secrets’


Happy Accidents have shared the video for ‘Secrets’ ahead of the release of brand new album ‘Sprawling’ on 29 May (pre-order via Bandcamp now). Self-released and produced by the band themselves, the new record finds the band exploring new sounds with plenty of synths and electric pianos playing a key (geddit?) part. Flitting between a…

Phoebe Bridgers – ‘I See You’


Phoebe Bridgers has shared ‘I See You’, the third song to be released from her forthcoming album ‘Punisher’ (out on 19 June via Dead Oceans). The song has been retitled from ‘ICU’ to the more emotive ‘I See You’ to fit the troubling times we’re all living through. Written about Phoebe’s break-up – and platonic,…