The Claremonts – Get Away, Get Away, Get Away
A combination of gritty vocals, auspicious guitar pieces, and a Madchester driven rhythm section amalgamate to form The Claremonts. This new one is up their with their best recorded work; fast paced, grungy-scuzzy-indie music to go crazy to. Got I miss live shows and I can’t wait to see this live!
Will And The People – Head in the Sand (Lockdown EP)
Recorded by the band prior to and during lockdown, the EP is an aperitif of new music from the Brighton based four-piece, with plenty in the pipeline planned for throughout 2020. With lead track, a cover of Pixies eternal Where is My Mind, the band offer up a pertinent message, but one that offers up a nod to resumption after a period of turbulence for the group, showcasing musically their playful inventiveness.
The Hara – Circus
Circus is a soaring rock anthem that bursts out of the blocks with a classic metal guitar solo. What follows is THE HARA at their best – an ambitious, gritty rock banger with their best chorus to date.
Gin Wigmore – Hangover Halo
This week’s international artist hails from New Zealand. Gin Wigmore’s new track Hangover Halo has all the hallmarks of a classic Gin Wigmore tune – unmistakable vocals, insightful lyricism and a chorus you can’t help but sing along to.
Dancing on Tables – Losing It
The follow up to “Not to Need You” is an absolute belter. The Scottish charm comes through stronger than ever and I’m addicted to the track. Losing It is everything Dancing on Tables do well wrapped up in 2 and a half minutes of top quality pop-punk-indie rock!
The Mysterines – I Win Every Time
This is what I needed right now. In lockdown I’ve been trying to discover tracks that just make me smile and this song does for a number of reasons. It’s just brilliant and without doubt The Mysterines’ best work to date. Turn this one right up!