Bruce Springsteen unveils new song ‘Ghosts’

Taken off his upcoming new record Letter To You – out on 23 October via Columbia Records.  Bruce Springsteen has released ‘Ghosts’ from his new album ‘Letter To You’, out 23rd October on Columbia Records. The new song arrives with a video that includes clips of the E Street Band tracking ‘Letter To You’ in-studio, interspersed with…

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Larkin Poe announce covers album ‘Kindred Spirits’

The duo also share new cover Nights In White Satin by the Moody Blues. Larkin Poe are set to release Kindred Spirits, their first-ever covers album. Out on November 20th, Kindred Spirits is a collection of stripped-back versions of both classic and new songs, and it follows the release of their fifth studio album, Self Made Man,…

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Lande Hekt releases music video for ‘Whiskey’

It’s the first single from her debut solo album Going to Hell, which chronicls her experience coming out as gay and will be released by Queer-run independent label Get Better Records on 22 Jan 2021. Lande Hekt recently released the first single from her forthcoming debut solo album ‘Going to Hell’, which is set for…

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Waterparks are back with a brand new single

Stream their highly-anticipated new track Lowkey As Hell now.  Waterparks never sit still. The Houston trio—Awsten Knight [vocals, guitar], Otto Wood [drums], and Geoff Wigington [guitar]—manically move forward, shucking and jiving between fits of rock, alternative, and electronic with pop ambition and hip-hop’s bold and blatant disregard for the rules. In 2020, the boys only pick up…

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Mayday Parade announce new EP

Check out new track and video for Lighten Up Kid.  Alternative mainstay Mayday Parade has announced the release of Out of Here – a brand-new EP due out on October 16th, 2020 via Rise Records. Along with the announcement, the band has shared new song “Lighten Up Kid” – listen via your preferred listening service or…

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Margo Price drops striking new video for ‘I’d Die For You’ Synthphonic

The singer shares music video for her riveting synthphonic rendition of I’d Die For You, delivering an urgent message and her most striking visual statement to date. Singing to her family about a country overcome with violence, racism, gentrification and healthcare crises, she documents the pursuit of hope amidst the crushing weight of corruption. Between…

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Skinny Lister celebrate 5 years of ‘Down On Deptford Broadway’

With a special edition re-release out on 23 October via Xtra Mile Recordings.  Initially recorded in 2013 before an official release 2 years later, ‘Down On Deptford Broadway’ is Skinny Lister’s second album and was the first to be released by Xtra Mile. Produced by Grammy Award winner Ted Hutt at the infamous Rockfield Studios,…

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LIVE REVIEW: Frank Turner reminds us of the good times at The Clapham Grand

The singer-songwriter played a socially-distanced pilot show in South London last Friday.  So before we start getting into the details, here’s a little warning: This may get a tad emotional (when we say a tad, we mean a lot, like as in a shedload), and no we won’t apologise for it. First live review after…

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Menzingers – From Exile

Philly punks The Menzingers once again deliver us a record we need and the world deserves to hear. When Hello Exile was released last year, it very quickly became not only a fan favorite but received rave reviews all around, and deservedly so. Since then much has happened – the world has been turned on its head,…

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Boston Manor will be playing a livestream from Blackpool Tower

It’ll be your very first chance to hear the songs of their new record GLUE live.  Blackpool’s very own Boston Manor will be performing a very special live show at their city’s most iconic monument – Blackpool Tower – on 15 October. The performance will be broadcast online across the globe at three different times…

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