There’s a compelling freshness to ‘Cherryade’, the latest single from Hertfordshire bank The Sukis who typify the grittiness of a garage-rock outfit.
Emilia Tarrant’s honest account against a luscious backdrop of piano, soft percussion and simple strings will connect with you.
Olive Featherstone’s ‘I’ll Be Sweet’ plays with the listeners perceptions of her typically feminine and saccharine vocals.
‘Cure Me’ toes the line between ferocious mosh-put chaos and a melodic sing-a-long moment.
Moodbay’s ‘My Thing’ has a simple message about being your authentic self, without caring what others think.