The Stillness seems to hint at this throughout, but the closing anthem helps really bring the concept home – find that inner peace, hold on to those who matter, and just live.
Feeling like a freshly composed addition to the Sons Of Anarchy soundtrack, Waitin’ For My Dyin’ Day has the workings of a timeless classic.
Soulful country warmth provides a deeply intimate and colourful hit of escapism as Miles Newsom takes things down a personal and musically immersive pathway.
Mighty vocals blending depth and relatability guide us into a rock warmth and conceptual vulnerability for this powerful, engaging new album from fellow Mancunian Rob Murphy.
It’s an all too familiar topic – the struggle to be, to accept life & the self, the past – depression, anxiety, shame, loneliness. Miss Misery screams out on their behalf.
Karen Lee Batten proves once again that her vocals were born to perform in the Country Rock and Americana power realms with this brilliantly energising and infectious new anthem.
Depicting the tale of a lonely man calling upon an elusive lady of the night, STOP!! delves fearlessly into its concept and creates a smooth groove and catchy hook in the process.
Celebrating history and unity, bringing together a classic folk-rock set-up with Cash-style vocals and a poetic journey through a tale of origins.
Superb musicianship really lights up the arrangement, making this post-four-minute single one of the most refreshing yet also nostalgic to emerge so far this year.
We’ve all wished for some city or person to take back someone who hurt us, and Roots Asylum address it perfectly; bidding the blue sky to open up, leading us towards better days.
Pairing the sound & rhythms of a simpler era, with upfront electric guitar solos, and a bluesy vocal that drives with intimacy & strength of melody alike.
Simple yet compelling song-writing sees easy melodies & short, repeated phrases tell a detailed, scene-setting story – with each segment resolving sweetly for an Americana-style hook.