Saturday, October 21, 2017
From their 'A Hundred Summer Days' EP, LA-trio The Rebel Light share the trippy, psychedelic visuals of track 'Where Did All The Love Go' - complete with creative use of the lyrics - influenced by the Sixties California pop sound.
Watch and listen above.
Friday, October 20, 2017
Words: Sam Geary
After last month announcing they were to disband after 15 years, bowing out with a farewell EP, 'Punk Drunk And Trembling'.
The EP is out now via Domino, with a limited 10″ vinyl version released on November 17. The record features three songs from the sessions for their 2016 'Boy King' album sessions - and you can stream now below.
Words: Alison Mack
As far as weeks go, this one has been a pretty dismal one for band splits.
After Wild Beasts started the ball rolling last month, announcing their breakup after 15 years, it seems to have spurred others on.
First of all, after six years and a raft of sonic tunes to their credit - including the new 'Drowning' and 'Until The Dawn' - Manchester's Embers announced the end of the road on Monday (October 16), posting this message to their social media:
Now today, we end the week with the news Dead Pretties have splitu - before many have even had a chance to get to grips with them.
“It makes us very sad to announce that Dead Pretties is no more,” they stated on Facebook earlier this afternoon.
It's been rather a short journey for the raucous London Pretties, only releasing their debut single, 'Social Experiment' this past February, followed by the more recent 'Confidence'.
Will we make it through to the end of 2017 without more parting of band ways? Watch this space.
Words: Sam Geary
Leeds post-punk five-piece FEHM have unveiled the second track from their upcoming double A-side single, 'Human Age' (w/'Last Breath').
The broodingly intense follow-up to their debut ‘Circadian Life’ EP (and preceding next year's debut album), was produced by Matt Peel at Nave Studios, and combines striking synths with a sharp-edged propulsive vocal.
‘Human Age' / 'Last Breath’ is released through FEHM’s own imprint ‘Everything Has Meaning’ on October 28.
28 LEEDS – Wharf Chambers (single launch show)
05 LEEDS – Brudenell Social Club (w/ Autobahn)
10 MANCHESTER – Off The Record
19 LEEDS – Brudenell Social Club (w/ Protomartyr)
22 GLASGOW – Broadcast (w/ Autobahn)
Thursday, October 19, 2017
Directed and produced by Sam Gainsborough, Underwater Boys share the visuals for debut single ‘Everyone You Know' - as featured on our Roundtable this week.
The London/Brighton brothers' - Tom and Nick Klar - hazy, psych pop track is out now via Cannibal Hymns.
Underwater Boys join Dream Wife for two live dates in Brighton and London:
21 Brighton, The Haunt
25 London, Scala
Words: Ellie Ward
After last month releasing their ‘Communicating’ album on !K7,
Floridian synth-folkers Hundred Waters are back with a magical video for ‘Firelight’.
The clip was directed by James R. Eads, whose aim was to create "something magical and ethereal.
“The video was then created entirely in virtual reality using Tilt Brush – a program developed by Google where you are basically sculpting with form and colour and light simultaneously in a three dimensional space. I spent about a month sculpting the world that the light lived in. Once the ‘set’ was completed, I then walked through it filming in VR to generate video content”.
You can stream 'Communicating' in full here.
Hundred Waters are in the UK for three dates next week:
23 Manchester Deaf Institute
24 London Village Underground
26 Brighton The Haunt