Idles – ‘A Hymn’


Idles have shared ‘A Hymn’ – the third single to be taken from their eagerly awaited third album ‘Ultra Mono’ (out on 25 September via Partisan Records. Directed by Ryan Gander, the video finds the band driving various parents to supermarkets – encountering all aspects of grey and drizzly suburban English life along the way.…

Fontaines D.C. – ‘Televised Mind’


Fontaines D.C. follow up the blisteringly intense ‘A Hero’s Death’ with new single ‘Televised Mind’ ahead of the release of their new album, also called ‘A Hero’s Death, on 31 July. The new song’s video is directed by Hugh Mulhern and finds the band tackling the concept of the echo chamber and ‘how personality gets…

I Like Trains – ‘Dig In’


I Like Trains have shared the video for ‘Dig In’, the second single to be taken from their long-awaited new album ‘KOMPROMAT’ (out on 21 August via Atlantic Curve). The timely song is one ‘for those morally bankrupt schemers who have managed to leverage extraodinary power and wealth while never being on the ballot’ according…

TV Priest House of York

TV Priest – ‘House of York’


New post-punk band TV Priest have shared their debut single ‘House of York’. It comes ahead of what will hopefully be a busy year for the four-piece that is scheduled to include a show with Egyptian Blue and many more exciting plans. Packed with angular riffs, frenetic drums and seething anger about the ‘approach to…

Dry Cleaning Sweet Princess EP review

Dry Cleaning – ‘Sweet Princess’ EP review


London-based post-punkers Dry Cleaning are set to release their eagerly awaited debut EP ‘Sweet Princess’ on 16 August via It’s OK. The release follows support slots with Bodega and headline shows that drew the attention of many major players within the music industry. ‘Goodnight’ opens the EP with Sports Team-meets-Indoor Pets-style indie-pop hooks before Florence…

Sistertalk VItriol stream

Sistertalk – ‘Vitriol’


Despite being fairly elusive, North London’s Sistertalk have already gained a stellar reputation for their incredible live shows and now they’ve finally released debut single ‘Vitriol’. Sitting somewhere between Shame, Girl Band and Goat Girl, the angular post-punk anthem is written from the perspective of a jaded musician and finds them rallying against the worst…

So-Crates band Surrey Aldershot Guildford v1

SO-CRATES – ‘V1’ EP review


SO-CRATES (we believe that’s the right casing for their name) are a band made up of musicians you’re bound to recognise if you’ve been to a gig in Hampshire or Surrey over the past decade and a half. We fondly remember the likes of Reuben and Hold Your Horse Is so to hear about a…