Sprints – ‘Modern Job’


Dublin-based quarter Sprints have shared ‘Modern Job’ – the first song to be released from upcoming EP ‘A Modern Job’, out on 11 March 2022 via Nice Swan Records. The song finds Karla Chubb looking back on her past and how important it is to accept yourself for who you are: ‘Modern Job is a…

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Eades – ‘Reno’


Following praise from NME, the Guardian and BBC 6 Music, Eades have returned with new single ‘Reno’ – a song that tells the farcical story of someone using indiscriminate arson as a means to escape the mundane normality of a 9-5 work. Opening with crunching guitar riffs and a glam-rock stomp, there are echoes of…

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Maybeshewill – ‘Refuturing’


Maybeshewill have shared the video for ‘Refuturing’ ahead of the release of new album – and first since their 2016 hiatus – ‘No Feeling is Final’ (out on the Robot Needs Home Collective label on 19 November. Guitarist Robin Southby says: ‘Conceptually, Refuturing (and the album as a whole) is concerned with the existential dread…

Fatherson – ‘End of the World’


Fatherson have made a welcome return with the suitably gloomily titled new single ‘End of the World’. Straying into a more fractured pop sound than the anthemic indie-rock that’s served them so well in the past, there’s still a delightfully dry and melancholy tone throughout as Ross Leighton sings about being a non-believer and how…

Orchards – ‘Drive Me Home’


Orchards have shared ‘Drive Me Home’ ahead of the release of new EP ‘Trust Issues’ on Big Scary Monsters on 26 November. Described by the band as an ‘anti-love song’ – ‘It’s that moment when you’re out and you see your ex who’s wrecked and even though you know you shouldn’t help because it ended…

Wet Leg – ‘Wet Dream’


Isle of Wight duo Wet Leg follow up the phenomenal success of ‘Chaise Longue’ with the equally cheeky and infectious ‘Wet Dream’. Another short, sharp and witty piece of bouncy indie pop, it’s a break-up song inspired by one of Rhian Teasdale’s ex’s penchant for texting her to say he had been dreaming about her…

Ty Segall – ‘Harmonizer’ album review


Ty Segall’s ‘Harmonizer’, his first album in two years, finds the psych-obsessed singer-songwriter exploring new soundscapes and embracing thick keyboard textures, potent guitar sounds and much, much more… ‘Ride’ opens the album in suitably squelchy, synthy and kaleidoscopic fashion as Ty tries to recall the past – ‘She can’t remember where it was’ – and…