ACTRESE’s ‘Vivid But Vague’ is an effective twist on pop and a true representation of her self-coined style of “sexy envisionment of reality.”
Lissy Taylor’s emphatic single ‘Healer’ demonstrates the complex nature of unconditional love; it’s not always easy, but it’s always there.
Edinburgh-based guitarist and singer-songwriter Cathal Murphy shares the poignant ‘Ever Since We Were Young’, the soundtrack to Amazon Prime’s Reavey Brothers.
Not only is ‘Power Show’ a fantastic new addition to The Horn’s growing catalogue, but it also comes with the announcement of their first UK tour supporting Star Sailor.
For many people, donning that ‘Little Black Dress’ means stepping into a world of fantasy, where anything is possible. This is an ethos we can hear in The Isle of CC’s long-awaited comeback single.
National Service’s new single ‘Milktooth’ is a spiraling alternative-rock song about growing up.
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.
From the outset, there’s a welcoming nostalgia to sleepyhead’s ‘In Nature’, with its full-fronted guitars and lo-fi vocals.
Natalie Holmes’ ‘Floating TV’ is the resplendent indie-pop single for wandering minds, inner children, and adulthood insecurities.
Asha Gold showcases her new uptempo and melodic track with a playful nostalgia we didn’t know we were missing out on.