Every year, the indie genre brings us one band (typically a quartet of young lads who all visit the same barber for a trim every two years). This band shatter expectations and soon everybody is talking about “the road ahead”. Ladies and gents, it gives me great pleasure to introduce you ‘Youth Is Only Ever …
It’s no secret that some of the greatest bands to walk the earth hailed from the charming northern city of Sheffield. True to its nature, Sheffield’s latest, The SSS, are an indie quintet set to blow apart the charts at the seams.
Hailing straight from the Steel City that brought us Arctic Monkeys and The Sherlocks, The Wired are a band with bags of potential and sky-high expectations.
Are you looking for that song to burn bridges to and look onwards to better things? Chances are that Leagues, rock-duo from Nashville, Tennessee, have the recipe to concoct exactly the hit you’re after.
High Tyde; my favourite discovery so far of 2016 and all I can think is that I wish I’d have been introduced to them sooner.
Formed in December 2014, The Strawberries are a fresh new band creating psychedelic rock and roll for the modern generation.
You’re sitting around a campfire, wrapped in blankets and toasting marshmallows with the people you hold dearest. That beautiful scene is the physical embodiment of new single by Benjamin Francis Leftwich, ‘Mayflies‘.
Lecaudé is the solo project of London-based singer, songwriter and producer, Jack Durtnall. Following the success of title track ‘Circles’, Lecaudé has just released his debut EP; a blend of four electronically fuelled, lyric-driven pop songs.
Kyko is the new musical creation of young South-Londoner, Scott Verrill. With his love of songwriting and production, he excels in presenting a ‘tropical indie-pop’ vibe, allowing any listener to be immediately transported to a beach festival at sundown, doused in that soft-orange glow.