Night Flight – ‘Dreaming’


Night Flight have shared the video for new single ‘Dreaming’ – a fittingly soaring slice of jangle pop with dreamy melodies and words about the beauty of England’s capital city. Sam Holmes says: ‘People tend to put London down as expensive and unfriendly. But there is something magical about falling in love in a city.…

Adult Mom – ‘Sober


Adult Mom have shared ‘Sober’, the new single from their forthcoming ‘Driver’ on 5 March via Epitaph Records. The solo project of Stevie Knipe, Adult Mom songs offer a glimpse into the tumultuous journey of a gender-weird queer artist and how they manage to grow despite copious amounts of heartbreak and trauma. ‘Sober’ has elements…

Blanketman – ‘Leave the South’


Blanketman have shared ‘Leave the South’, the latest single to be taken from upcoming debut EP ‘National Trust’. Covering the extremely important issue of the north/south divide – one that is showing no signs of improving following our government’s attitude towards Andy Burnham last year – it’s a breezy slice of jangly indie pop that…

Firestations – ‘The Circular’


Firestations, signed to Lost Map Records, have shared new single ‘The Circular’. An ode to revisionism and owning the past, rather than accepting mythologised versions, it features on the band’s ‘Automatic Tendencies’ project (an album split into three EPs) and reminded us of Grandaddy or Meursault with its gloriously light touch and fuzzed-up guitars. There…

Bleach Lab – ‘Old Ways’


South London-via-Buckinghamshire quartet Bleach Lab have shared new single ‘Old Ways’ ahead of the release of their debut EP ‘A Calm Sense of Surrounding’ on 19 March. Inspired by Mazzy Star and Cocteau Twins, the EP examines the five stages of grief with the new single looking at how you can have these same emotions…

Yard Act – ‘Dark Days’


Leeds-based post-punk band Yard Act have shared new single ‘Dark Days’. It follows the success of debut 7″ ‘Fixer Upper’/’The Trapper’s Pelts’ – which sold out all 500 copies on its day of release. The new song finds James Smith examining the world we live in and pondering how we’re seemingly heading towards a post-apocalyptic…

Paul Jacobs – ‘Half Rich Loner’


Pottery drummer Paul Jacobs has shared the video for ‘Half Rich Loner’ ahead of the release of new album ‘Pink Dogs on the Green Grass’ on Blow the Fuse Records later this year. A garage rock anthem with a rawness and edgy, experimental tones throughout, it never forgets the importance of the melody as Paul…

Lande Hekt Going to Hell album review

Lande Hekt – ‘Going to Hell’ album review


Released via Get Better Records, Lande Hekt’s (Muncie Girls) debut solo album is a personal piece that not only chronicles her experiences coming out but also at the wider world, the climate crisis and the actions of both society and politicians. Acoustic strums signal the start of album opener – and recent single – ‘Whiskey’,…