Featuring a performance of undeniable commitment from the entire band, the accompanying video injects a head-banging aura into an already immersive, infectious rock experience.
Hitting the scene with hard-rock intensity & contrastingly mellow, indie-rock soaked verse lines – My Piranha is an absolute anthem of alternative energy & heavy riffs alike.
Fast-paced and loaded with equal parts organic and distorted sound design, Jeshua Marshall injects a heavy hit of rhythm and anthem-like energy into the scene with this infectious and striking new single No More.
Great songwriting, uniquely introspective and appealing for its vulnerability and emotional poignancy alike.
Emerging with a certain instrumental and performance-based delicacy, Empires rises up from simple, expressive beginnings, through a vastly poetic, wholly immersive latter half.
Kicking in with a sort of Incubus-esque fusion of funk and emotive, poetic lyricism, Flow is a stylish and refreshingly organic pop-rock song that marches to the beat of its own drum.
If you’re taking time out of your day right now to let an indie album run in full, on a whim of a hope that it might take your breath away, Frequency by Italy’s Downflyers is categorically a gamble that pays off.
Brilliant songwriting – it’s a pleasure to listen to such a hard-hitting contemporary band with so much vulnerability and realness at the heart of their work.
Not just one of the most interesting and engaging bands to cross our path this summer – Neon Funeral are also about the most aptly-named, genre-blending example of creative freedom the indie scene has welcomed in quite a while.
Hard-working, long-time rockers The R Train kick off the latter half of the summer with a brilliant burst of energy and infectious rhythm.
Here we get a kind of early Kings Of Leon vibe. Turn it up loud and the moment rains down with blissful purity.
Swami Lushbeard have struck gold with this new single – stylistically, performance-wise, and in terms of the very songwriting and its poignancy right about now.