Friendship – ‘You Might Already Know’


Philadelphia-based band Friendship have shared the beautifully touching ‘You Might Already Know’ ahead of the release of new album ‘Dreamin” on 8 November via Owen Ashworth’s (Advance Base/Casiotone for the Painfully Alone) Orindal Records. The record was recorded direct on to tape and this sweet Americana-tinged song finds Dan Wriggings offering his thoughts in a…

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Beach Slang – ‘Bam Rang Rang’


Beach Slang have announced their return with new single ‘Bam Rang Rang’ and details of new album ‘The Deadbeat Bang of Heartbreak City’ (out 10 January via Bridge Nine Records). The band will also be supporting Goo Goo Dolls across the US throughout November. With scuzz-filled riffs from the off, ‘Bam Rang Rang’ finds Beach…

Pictish Trail Slow Memories stream

Pictish Trail – ‘Slow Memories’


Pictish Trail (Johnny Lynch) has shared ‘Slow Memories’ ahead of the release of fourth album ‘Thumb World’ on 21 February, 2020 (pre-order via Fire Records here). The quirky piece of Mercury Rev-style indie pop is described in the PR as an ‘out-of-this-world ode to heavenly surrender’ and it finds Johnny in reflective mood: ‘In the…

Second Hand Poet Dust to Dust video

Second Hand Poet – ‘Dust to Dust’


Jamie Tipson’s Second Hand Poet project has shared the stunning video (starring his son!) for new song ‘Dust to Dust’. Already a favourite with BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio, Frank Turner and Jonah Matranga, this song was recorded at Jamie’s home before being passed on to collaborator Mark Beazley (Keaton Henson) who mixed, mastered and added…

Bellevue Days It Can't Possibly Go Wrong Ever Shotgun single

Bellevue Days – ‘Shotgun’


Bellevue Days have shared the video for new single ‘Shotgun’ and announced details of their eagerly awaited debut album ‘It Can’t Possibly Go Wrong Ever’ (out 22 November – pre-order here). Already a live favourite, ‘Shotgun’ was the result of a jam session that the band describe as ‘sludgy as hell’. Sitting alongside contemporaries including…