Frank Iero & The Patience – Keep The Coffins Coming

Described as the missing link between debut record ‘Stomachaches’ & the recently released ‘Parachutes’, ‘Keep The Coffins Coming’ sees Frank Iero & The Patience team up with legendary producer Steve Albini for a short, fuzzy blast of tunes that truly captures the raw intensity of his live shows. Continue reading

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Introducing… The Jackobins

Liverpool founded quartet The Jackobins may have gone through some line-up changes over the last couple of years, but that hasn’t stopped them from getting down to business and creating brand new, fresh music ready to be admired by many. Their newest track ‘Nightfire’ was released on 5th May and brings forth a new, raw energy that is sure to excite fans of alt-rock. Continue reading

Nineteen Fifty Eight – Dark Blue

Welsh quintet Nineteen Fifty Eight are set to release their newest set of tracks in the form of EP ‘Dark Blue’ in May. The six-track collection presents various catchy tunes that show off the band’s true dedication to their music. With a strong female lead and a newly developed association with Transcend Music under their belts, the group are raring and ready to take on world with their mesmerizing melodies. Continue reading

Seasonal – Bloom

Seasonal is a four-piece group from Guilford, bringing together the charm of heartfelt pop-rock into one package. The UK newcomers have announced their debut EP, titled ‘Bloom’, to be released on the 19th May. The chosen title reflects the beginning of what could potentially be a blossoming career for the pop-rock Brits. Continue reading

Rob Lynch releases armwrestling-themed music video for Prove It!

Rob Lynch has revealed an arm wrestling themed new music video for latest single ‘Prove It!’ ahead of his performance at 2000Trees this weekend. As he explains “I remembered that when I first played the track to a friend, they said it sounded like it was from an 80’s action movie soundtrack (which, frankly, was a huge compliment). Taking inspiration from this comment and from director Ben Morse’s love of such movies, a plan was hatched. Being a lover and not a fighter, I decided that an arm wrestling competition was the best theme. It’s the most fun I’ve ever had on a video shoot, and I hope that translates to everyone who watches it.”

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