Lissy Taylor’s emphatic single ‘Healer’ demonstrates the complex nature of unconditional love; it’s not always easy, but it’s always there.
‘Early Warning’ is a raw and tangible track that has set Paper Hands off to a fantastic start.
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.
Nadia Kazmi draws on the 70s for a dose of the suitably dramatic in new single ‘Have You Here’, which is designed to transport the listener into bittersweet moments of nostalgia for a past love.
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.
The first reaction we had to The Ivy’s new single ‘Too Much’ was a sure and simple “wow”, and that was quickly followed up by the instinct to hit play on this incredibly addictive synth-pop listen.
Touch the Clouds’ ‘Feeling Light’ is alive with a kinetic life force that’s just about restrained within the confines of these three minutes and fifty seconds.
Her new single ‘Afterthought’ shows an exciting new direction for Kilburn, building on those indie-rock roots and incorporating some alternative pop and undercurrents of folk.
‘Millennium’ is a celebratory single from the very start; as soon as you click play, an optimistic guitar riff and lively drums spring into action.
It’s very fair to say that ‘Always Gonna Let You Down’ lives up to the claim that “Gloomy June songs are pop refracted through an anxious lens: sometimes anthemic, often queer, and always a little tragic.”