The Divine Comedy The Best Mistakes song stream review

The Divine Comedy – ‘The Best Mistakes’


The Divine Comedy has shared the video for new single ‘The Best Mistakes’ ahead of the release of compilation album ‘Charmed Life – The Best of The Divine Comedy’ on 4 February, 2022. It’s a song that finds Neil Hannon looking at the tumultuous and uncertain nature of life and how it all combines in…

Luke Sital-Singh – ‘Blind Missiles’


Luke Sital-Singh has shared the video for ‘Blind Missiles’, his first release on Nettwerk Records (Passenger, Old Sea Brigade, Joshua Radin). Co-written with Dan Croll, the song finds the now LA-based singer-songwriter examining the effects of isolation and searching for empathy during times of conflict: ‘It is a song about polarization, feeling tired with the constant…

Blanketman – ‘The Signalman’


Blanketman have shared new single ‘The Signalman’ ahead of a physical 7″ release (along with the other A-side ‘Yard Sale’) on 11 February. The song, inspired by the 1976 BBC adaptation of the Charles Dickens mystery, finds the art-poppers looking into the day-to-day life of guitarist Daniel Hand and drawing parallels with the protaganist of…

Cheekface – ‘Featured Singer’


Cheekface have shared new single ‘Featured Singer’, a song that was inspired by a daydream lead member Greg Katz had during the pandemic about being a featured singer on an EDM song: ‘I was thinking about how hard it is for a band to reach people, especially in the middle of the pandemic, and my…

Life – ‘Friends Without Names’


Life have shared ‘Friends Without Names’ ahead of the potential release of their third album next year. Recorded in the dead of night with producer Luke Smith in a chapel below Hull, vocalise Mez Green says the song ‘is the anchor and and blueprint for our next record. In a remote part of Eastern England,…

Babeheaven – ‘Don’t Wake Me’


Babeheaven have shared new single ‘Don’t Wake Me’ ahead of what’s set to be a big 2022 for the West London five-piece. A song about feeling – and losing – connections with both loved ones and your possessions, it’s a sublime slice of melancholic dream pop that has elements of both London Grammar and The…

Wet Leg – ‘Too Late Now’


After releasing two of the most vibrant songs of the year – and featuring on so many Top Tips for 2022 lists – Wet Leg have shared the video for new single ‘Too Late Now’ and announced details of their debut album, also called ‘Wet Leg’, which will be out on 8 April via Domino.…