We first featured Rhys Lewis back in July when we were captivated by his painfully relatable single ‘I Know The Feeling’, check out our review HERE. Since then, he’s gone from strength to strength releasing three more singles to his expanding fan base.
Anthemic single ‘I Let Love’ marks the next chapter in this multifaceted singer-songwriter’s career. Hero Fisher (not a stage name) tells stories in a way that puts her alongside leading figures of the craft. Most of all folk singer Jeff Buckley, Patti Smith and PJ Harvey.
South-west London trio Vestiges garnered praise in early 2017 with their delightful single ‘Woman’. Follow up ‘All I’ll Ever Need’ further displayed the band’s immense talented and signalled them as ones to watch. We’re really excited to premiere the band’s new single ‘Evelyn’.
AyOwA – an electronic duo from Denmark, bring us a dark, haunting hit with ‘Insomnia’ – the first single taken from their EP “Farvel” which is set to be released on May 2018.
Liverpudlian quartet SPINN bring us their third single with their instantly likeable latest release ‘She Takes Her Time’, released through record label ModernSky UK. Trust me, this one will make you get your groove on.
Japanese trio the fin. have released a gem in their brand new single ‘Outskirts’ – the textured synthetics combine like some kind of warm fuzzy glow that warms you inside like indulging on a hot chocolate indoors near the fireplace when it’s freezing and snowy outside.
‘Bittersweet’ is the latest single from Glasgow four-piece The Van T’s. The band comprises of Hannah and Chloe Van Thompson (guitar, vocals), Joanne Forbes (bass) and Shaun Hood (drums). Their unique brand of psychedelic surf rock has found its way onto national radio, while their short career has seen them play shows with Wolf Alice, The Jesus & The Mary Chain and …
‘I Shouldn’t Have Said That’ is the spiky new single from The Lovely Eggs. The song is a reminder that the duo has been in the studio recording their next album, working with Flaming Lips producer Dave Fridmann.
I recall London-based quartet Slowlights self-deprecatingly introduce themselves to Scala around this time last year along the lines of ‘we’re Slowlights – you’ll never have heard of us before’, but with their new delicately layered single ‘Wide Eyed’, they might just be a name you’ll be seeing in lights.
Luna Bay deliver once again with their brand new, feel-good single ‘Little Amsterdam’.