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Orchards – ‘Young’


Orchards follow last year’s ‘Losers/Lovers’ EP with the release of new single ‘Young’ (out on 7″ with ‘Mature Me’ via Big Scary Monsters on 29 March). The new songs will follow shows at New York’s New Collosus Festival and SXSW and accompany a UK tour. The alt-pop banger opens with Sam Rushton’s trademark upbeat mathy…

Spectral Nights’ Top 5 EPs of 2018


We’ve already shared our top full-length records of the past 12 months, now it’s time to look back over our favourite shorter releases… Spielbergs – ‘Distant Star‘ The Norwegian trio’s EP marked them out as ones to watch with its Guided by Voices-meets-Beach Slang power pop. Sœur – ‘Fight‘ The Bristol band are already a…

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Orchards – ‘Losers/Lovers’ EP review


Brighton-based alt-poppers Orchards follow a tour supporting Tiny Moving Parts with  new EP ‘Losers/Lovers’ – their first release on the always-ace Big Scary Monsters. Led by Lucy Evers on vocals, the four university friends have already made their mark in the math-pop arena and are set to be one of the highlights of both Truck…

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Orchards – ‘Luv You 2’ stream


Following countless tours and festival appearances, Orchards have signed to Big Scary Monsters in the perfect combination of band and label. To celebrate the news, the Brighton four-piece have unveiled ‘Luv You 2’, a song about falling for the same person as someone who used to be a friend and then not putting yourself down…

Murderhouse – ‘BURYMEbeneathGRUBBS’ video stream


Signed to Hanger Records, Brighton’s Murderhouse are a four-piece emo-punk band who play interesting shows with cool bands (their upcoming Brighton gig with itoldyouiwouldeatyou and Orchards looks like it will be a blast) and they also have a healthy disregard for capitalisation and spacing, judging by the title of ‘BURYMEbeneathGRUBBS’. Anthemic from its very first…

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New music round-up featuring Orchards, Silent Forum, Dialects, Colour of Spring, Dialects and The Dirty Nil


Orchards – ‘Darling‘ Brighton’s Orchards are fresh off a UK and EU tour supporting PWR BTTM and their emimently danceable math rock is showcased perfectly on ‘Darling’. Combining elements of latter-day Paramore with some of Dutch Uncles’ clever sensibilities, it even has a gloriously powerful singalong chorus that ends with the statement ‘I can be…