Late Hala’s 90s soft-rock nostalgia trip ‘Dark Clouds’ is both a lyrical and sonic reminder to take a breath.
‘Good Riddance’ is the powerful new single from Newcastle alt-rockers Abnorm.
Hyooman’s distinctive melange of lo-fi bedroom pop and late 90s/early 00s indie-rock is the heart of ‘Month End’.
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.
There’s a compelling freshness to ‘Cherryade’, the latest single from Hertfordshire bank The Sukis who typify the grittiness of a garage-rock outfit.
‘Bandana’ was inspired by a small thing like a piece of clothing in a sea of pivotal life events, which is a fitting story from a band that was formed in high school.
There’s something immediately endearing about a bit of sincere British indie-rock, as you’ll hear from Hertfordshire four-piece Hyde Away.
New Orleans-via-Philadelphia alt-rocker Sean Hobbes wants you to embrace confidence in triumphant new single ‘I’m Not Sorry’.
ROE is rocketing up our radar this week with her new single ‘Cruel’.
The Cavs’ brand new single ‘Man In The Suit’ certainly shows that they have all the commitment to making their mark on the indie-rock scene.