‘Insomniac’ is a tightly formed slice of guitar-rock and northern determination from Durham band Cellos.
‘Deja Vu!’ is define by bursts of guitars, well-placed pauses, impatient percussion and Jack Frohlich’s unflinchingly honest commentary.
Relatively new Leeds band slowride rips it up on new single ‘Trip’, which is a bombastic alt-rock track about journeys of all kinds.
ELISON’s ‘Meet Me Halfway’ is a shoegaze and americana tinged indie-rock track about escaping an unhealthy relationship.
Dublin duo Hawke The Band prove that the days of rock’n’roll aren’t gone with the unreal backstory behind their new single ‘Limo’.
The jaunty chords and upbeat percussion implies a bright-eyed hopefulness evocative of End of Proof’s youthful spirit.
Speaking about ‘Unashamed’, the Wimbledon-based artist Amie Jay tells us that she’s “driven by authenticity, vulnerability and relatability”.
Blackburn band The Ruby Tuesdays vent their frustration and anger is thunderous indie-rock single ‘Man of the People’
Curse of Lono’s latest single, ‘Think I’m Alright Now’ is a modernised twist on their americana past with a singer-songwriter freshness and upbeat rocky undertones reflective of the new life chapter that this track represents.
The Howlers’ The Sum Of Our Fears EP has it’s been packaged for listeners as a reminder to search for the light even in the midst of darkness.