ICEBERG’s intimate track ‘Can’t Forgive Me’ with the warm, analog textures take the idea of forgiveness and turns it inwards.
From Paul Moody’s upcoming album project, ‘Time Bomb’ is the mellow acoustic track that grapples with the reality of connection and rejection.
Katie Keddie is back with a final recording and master of the very first song she ever wrote, ‘Comfort and Despair’.
Gateshead’s Hannah Robinson layers melancholic tones over intricate guitars and frenetic drums in cathartic new single ‘Nineteen’.
FIZA’s debut single ‘Pieces’ is really joyful and energetic song that’s come from personal advancement following adversity.
‘Keep Up’ deals with the sad and sudden loss of one of Paul Vinson’s old classmates to suicide that led to the creation of this touching acoustic pop track.
Evi Bosman’s ‘Remind Me’ is the serene single designed to rummage through the remains of loss, mourning and grief with an incomparable delicacy.
From The Tiger’s Mouth’s ‘Wall Of Sound’ depicts the morning after a typical lockdown evening binge-watching TV, on a Zoom call with friends and family and drinking to excess in an attempt to replicate the times before the pandemic.
Natalie Holmes’ ‘Floating TV’ is the resplendent indie-pop single for wandering minds, inner children, and adulthood insecurities.
There’s an endearing quality to The Horn’s confessional track ‘Always Late’, with its steady and relatively simple instrumentation that unfolds with a great sense of relaxation.