Top 5 albums of 2013


In our second batch of ‘Top 5s of 2013’, we take a look at the long players that have soundtracked the past twelve months. Again, they’re featured in no particular order. Dutch Uncles – Out of Touch in the Wild It was third album lucky for Dutch Uncles as this release finally got them the…

Stagecoach – Say Bye to the Band


Sad news last week as, after ten years together, Stagecoach announced they’re calling it a day. Evolving from a folky duo into a loud pop band that was equally at home with bands as diverse as Johnny Foreigner, Hold Your Horse Is and Twin Atlantic, they were perhaps the ultimate festival band. Playing the likes…

Video special


With festival season in full swing, it’s great to see so many bands releasing videos for some of those songs we’ve been attempting to sing along to over the past few months. Villagers‘ latest release from {Awayland}, ‘Earthly Pleasures’, has a video that takes the lyrics of the powerful song very literally. A toxic blend…

Stagecoach – Say Hi to the Band


‘Say Hi to the Band’ is an album that has been a long time coming. After EPs that have been praised by both fans and press, free downloads that have been phenomenally well received, countless festival appearances, a few high-profile soundtrack placements and a live show that grabs the attention of both public and bar…

Stagecoach release video for ‘Work! Work! Work!’ and announce album release date


A big favourite of ours, Stagecoach have released the video for their new single ‘Work! Work! Work!’. Taken from their debut album ‘Say Hi to the Band’ (released on 13 May via Alcopop! Records), the song is full of party vibes and the video is suitably fun packed. Find out more about Stagecoach: http://www.stagecoachuk.com http://www.facebook.com/stagecoachuk…

Stagecoach – Threequel


After an extended break to get to work on their debut album, Stagecoach have released a new single called ‘Threequel’. The track, recorded by Rory Bratwell, sees the five-piece in brash form, although still retains their (Brit)pop sensibilities. With a hint of Gene, but also a more aggressive sound in tune with the likes of…