Guildford four-piece The Lunar Keys deliver a stellar performance, for their intensely memorable single MANIAC.
The kind of band who consistently embrace their audience with the fullness of timeless ambient rock – before imparting a set of ideas and feelings that hit with lasting impact.
Ambient production and distinct bass-work guide us into the echoing poetic observations of a trippy and enchanting What You Want.
Appreciating the roots of the genre with a fierce yet crisp rock guitar sound – Tomorrow’s Fate kick off their new album on a nostalgic high.
Cascading electric guitars and crisp, upfront live drums guide us hypnotically into the classic rock and roll sound of Greg Hoy and The Boys.
Blending the bare essentials of songwriting strength, performative passion and the classic build-up of immersive indie-rock, Cigarette Social Club are relighting the scene
Organic indie rock of rhythmic and freestyle appeal combined – Autos Jaquet weave an enchanting web of melody, rising weight and story, with Give Me The Keys.
Tape-deck sensibilities bring nostalgia in recording and style alike, as indie duo Vinyl Floor release their wonderfully organic album Funhouse Mirror.
Freshly released from the EP of the same name, the dreamy rock anthem Midnight introduces the immersive and emotive sound of The Frestonians in a beautiful way.
Freshly released from their brand new EP Ordinary Sex Appeal, the aptly seductive indie rock rhythm and bass of Cause Of My Pain re-ignites the sound and style of Sons Of Silver in a boldly purposeful way.
Whether you want the loud-rock vibe to gear you up for the weekend, or something more thoughtful to follow along in isolation, it seems appropriate to take a Holiday at The Secret Lake.
Cold Water Swimmers build their own sense of purpose and identity, with this fierce and unforgettable new single.