Sam Himself’s Never Let Me Go LP mixes indie-rock, pop-rock and americana into a record inspired by new beginnings.
Revel in the autumnal bliss of WILLO’s ‘I Go’
Lifted from the WILLO’s first album Eternal Jetlag, the acoustic version of ‘I Go’ is quintessentially autumnal.
‘Golden Days’ is Sam Himself’s nostalgic & indie take on the country-western style
In the ‘Golden Days’ music video, Sam Himself takes a cheeky jab at those TV shows with his golden-faced band, over-the-top dramatics and shiny-shiny suits
‘Nobody Like U’ is Matty Hendley’s banjo-led indie-pop love anthem
‘Nobody Like U’ from Matty Hendley is the summertime romper that we didn’t know we needed, but now that it’s in our life, we couldn’t imagine another sun-soaked day without it.
‘Without You’ is Betty Reed’s empowering rock single
From start to finish ‘Without You’ is nothing short of an empowering rock anthem, and it’s one that marks an exciting new chapter in the career of this prolific songwriter.
Nied’s Hotel Band’s ‘Take That Train’ is the rock’n’roll ode to on-the-road life
It’s impossible not to have a good time when listening to NHB’s ‘Take That Train’.
Australian singer-songwriter transports us to Oz with cheery acoustic single ‘Dorothy’
‘Dorothy’ is another cheerful track from the Sunshine Coast’s Darcy Kate, fronted by an acoustic guitar in major key and the artist’s bright vocal.
‘The South’ is an ode to rockabilly & punk from British musician Harrison Rimmer
Speaking about ‘The South’, York-based Harrison Rimmer shares that this “is my attempt at combining my love of rockabilly with punk”.
ICYMI: Curse of Lono’s quirky choreographed ‘Ursula Andress’ video
Our other rescued gem from 2021 is Curse of Lono’s single ‘Ursula Andress’, which arrived in late November alongside the band’s latest album People In Cars.
Strange Weather is the diverse and unpredictable alt-folk EP from T. E. Yates
Bristol-based songwriter T. E. Yates has documented his journey throughout the year in new EP, Strange Weather.