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.
Gorgeously crafted, in short – a collection that feels like a timeless album of classics.
Big Bus Dream have arranged the single beautifully here, a softly jazz-kissed ambiance of organic layers – double bass, hand drums, subtle vocal whispers and warmth.
Forever unpredictable in concept, with a musical familiarity but an equally unexpected arrangement in most cases – hooks that reach out with light in the darkness, instrumentals that connect honestly to the lyrics.
Providing a timeless narrative for contemporary fans, Emily Clair’s country anthem Drive Me Home leads with love, intimacy, and a passion for the good times – and it proves an uplifting new hit.
Indie songwriter Gliffo returns with another classic pop-rock anthem, this time designed and dedicated to inspiring a sense of self-optimism and empowerment.
With a strong focus on writing and audience connection from a mildly theatrical, lyrically unusual perspective, TB2PRoject is a fascinating new artistic venture.
There’s contemplation at the heart of the writing, humanity and uncertainty, along with a musical freedom and familiarity united that works well to connect and inspire listeners.
Benjamin Andrews revels in the moment beautifully, and this gives the song the authenticity it needs to really move an audience.
There’s a hint of Just Jack to the sound, spoken word meets melody, funk meets pop, helping elevate the music in a mildly anthem-like, festival ready manner.
It celebrates the rarity and power of true love, of loyalty, and the band more than carry the weight of the concept with likable and musically engaging performances every step of the way.
Sleeping Dogs Lie delivers a unique fusion of pop, rock and dance, with crisp vocals and a powerful succession of moments; each one further securing the need to witness a live performance.