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HUSSY – ‘Slayer’


South London’s Sophie Nicole Ellison, known as HUSSY, has just released a double A-side of ‘Slayer’ and ‘Playtime’ ahead of an EP in early 2019. ‘Slayer’ is full of grunge-laden guitars and more restrained shoegazing moments as Sophie tries to capture the feeling of not quite knowing what you’re meant to do with your life…

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Hollow Hand – ‘Milestone’


Ahead of a tour with Sam Evian, Brighton native Max Kinghorn-Mills’ Hollow Hand project has unveiled ‘Milestone’; a song that you can find on his debut album ‘Star Chamber’ (out via Talkshow Records now). A combination of Gruff Rhys and Graham Coxon’s solo material, the psych-tinged folk song is part of an album that aims…

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Tangerine – ‘Cherry Red’


Following a US tour with Bleachers, Los Angeles-via Seattle band Tangerine have unveiled the video for new single ‘Cherry Red’, a song that appears on their ‘White Dove’ EP (out today via AWAL). Produced by Mini Mansions’ Michael Shuman and Zach Dawes, the slice of Haim-esque indie-pop is drenched in ’80s-inspired synths as the band…

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Oh Pep! – ‘Your Nail and Hammer’


Australian duo Oh Pep! have released ‘Your Nail and Hammer’, the third single from their upcoming second album. The short and sweet song finds the band reflecting on those brief moments that have a tendency to inexplicably pop in your head weeks – and sometimes months – later. Amongst First Aid Kit strums and stunning…

Hora Douse – ‘Buried


Ahead of a US tour and appearance at FEST, Hora Douse have unveiled new single ‘Buried’ (buy from Rose Coloured here). An emo punk song tinged with regret over past mistakes, it finds Tom Lee opening up about his thoughts and feelings. He tenderly sings about how he feels without the love of a significant other…

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Tokyo Police Club – ‘Simple Dude’


Tokyo Police Club have shared new single ‘Simple Dude’ ahead of the release of fourth album ‘TPC’ (out 5 October via Dine Alone Records). The band based themselves in a church in rural Ontario for the recording of this record and it was written while they grappled with the idea of calling it a day.…