Paws – ‘Joanna’


Paws have shared new single ‘Joanna’ ahead of the release of new album ‘Your Church On My Bonfire’ (out 26 April via Ernest Jenning Record Co). Produced by Frightened Rabbit’s Andy Monaghan, the song is a three-minute anthem that brings to mind the likes of ‘The Remote Part’-era Idlewild or R.E.M. as Phillip Taylor pleads…

Paw Not Enough

Paws – ‘Not Enough’


Paws have announced details of their fourth album ‘Your Church on my Bonfire’ (out 26 April via Ernest Jenning Record Co) and shared the video for lead single ‘Not Enough’. Following tours with Death Cab for Cutie, The Cribs and Japanese Breakfast, the record has been produced by Frightened Rabbit’s Andy Monaghan and is their…

Sauropod Oslo Norway music new music

New music round-up featuring Sauropod, MAKEMAKE, Frightened Rabbit, Grieving and Phoebe Bridgers


Sauropod – ‘Never on Time‘ Set to support label mates Sl0tface at their Camden Assembly show next month, Oslo trio Sauropod have unveiled their brand new single, ‘Never on Time’. A cool combination of Supergrass, Japandroids and Sex-Bob-omb from Scott Pilgrim, this is a spiky two-and-a-half-minute blast of garage rock with huge-sounding drums and a…

2000trees Festival – Saturday 12 July 2014


Hailing from Cheltenham, local boys I, the Lion opened the Axiom on Saturday morning – with their relentless assault of Biffy-style riffs and rock choruses the perfect start to another wonderfully warm day. VerseChorusVerse delivered a stunning acoustic set in the early afternoon sunshine up in the Croft, which once again contained his version of…

Introducing: Fatherson


Coming recommended by the likes of BBC Introducing’s Ally McCrae and Clash, Fatherson are all set to be the next Kilmarnock band to become one of your favourites. Having already developed a passionate fanbase in their native country, it’s now time for the rest of the country to wake up to their songs of hope…

Glastonbury 2013 – preview


After a long two years, the Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts makes its return this week. The 42nd festival at Worthy Farm has already had organisers Michael and Emily Eavis claiming it will be one of the best yet and, as of Monday 24 June, there’s also very promising weather forecasts. Don’t forget to…