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Marigolds – ‘Spinning’


Norwich five-piece Marigolds have shared new single ‘Spinning’ ahead of the release of new EP ‘Hot Springs’ via Beth Shalom Records on 20 March. The EP follows support slots to bands including Turnover and Spring King and the band say they ‘see this EP as a step forward for Marigolds. Each song offers enough versatility…

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Human Head – ‘Sorry, I Wasn’t Listening’


Signed to our friends at Beth Shalom Records, Human Head released the ‘Sorry, I Wasn’t Listening’ EP back in December and it’s been on our list to write about ever since. A combination of poet Joshua Jones’ spoken-word social commentary and Thom Weeks’ (Gnarwolves, Shit Present) industrial, DIY instrumentation, the five tracks cover themes including…

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Rosehip Teahouse – ‘Growth’ video


Cardiff indie-poppers Rosehip Teahouse have shared new song ‘Growth’ ahead of a run of UK summer dates and an appearance at Indietracks Festival in July. Signed to our friends at Beth Shalom Records, this single finds vocalist Faye Rogers examining how important self-care is and how you should always take time to breathe: ‘This track…

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Marigolds – ‘Nerves’


Beth Shalom Records signings Marigolds have shared new single ‘Nerves’. Combining the hazy emo stylings of Delta Sleep with the folk tendencies of The Tallest Man on Earth, the track finds Lydia White tenderly asking ‘Will you still remember me?’ and listing a number of anxieties that sum up songwriter Joe Maguire’s complex feelings of…

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Rosehip Teahouse – ‘Same Sky’


Our friends over at Beth Shalom Records have uncovered another gem in Cardiff’s Rosehip Teahouse. Having started life as the solo project of Faye Rogers, the band has expanded into a four-piece and the DIY bedroom pop sound combines the heartfelt ponderings of Snail Mail and Jeffery Lewis with the effusive spirit of early Slow…