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The Hold Steady – ‘Denver Haircut’


The Hold Steady have shared ‘Denver Haircut’, the opening song from their next album ‘Thrashing Thru the Passion’ (out on 16 August through French Kiss Records). The three-minute track is buzzing with energy and melody that gives a glimpse into the off-the-cuff sound the band have embraced on this new recording. Craig Finn has always…

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Biffy Clyro and Julien Baker share covers of ‘The Modern Leper’ for the 10th anniversary of Frightened Rabbit’s ‘The Midnight Organ Fight’


It’s crazy to think that Frightened Rabbit’s ‘The Midnight Organ Fight’ turns 10 years old this year. Like for so many others, it quickly became one of the most important records of my life and is one I continue to return to again and again. I first saw Frightened Rabbit when Our Lost Infantry supported…

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Born Fighters share ‘Little Green Tree’


Named after a Nick Lowe song, Born Fighters are London-based Luke Barham (who you will know from Stagecoach/as Uncle Luc) and Los Angeles native Peter Maffei. Although the friends live over 5,000 miles away from each other, their shared love of power pop inspired them to write ‘Little Green Tree’ during a meet-up while Luke…

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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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Mattiel – ‘Food for Thought’ video


Heavenly Records signing Mattiel has shared ‘Food for Thought’ ahead of an appearance on the Park stage at Glastonbury Festival this year and an extensive UK and European tour. One of the highlights from last year’s ‘Satis Factory’ album, the brassy, short song opens with a catchy bass and off-kilter pop melodies as Mattiel Brown…