Hull indie rock band Fronteers have released the video for their newest single "Idol".
The song, produced by Cam Blackwood, is part of our current playlist and will be out on March 11th.
About the track, vocalist Andy Towse said: “It’s about when you’ve been over thinking something; sending yourself mad. It’s that voice inside your head telling you to stop but you’re just not hearing it.”
Danish pop artist Dinner (aka Anders Rhedin), has announced he will release his debut album titled 'Psychic Lovers', on April 1st via Captured Tracks
One could argue that there’s something inherently idiosyncratic about Dinner’s music—like the world’s most unlikely pop artist. Sometimes Dinner sounds like a long-lost mixtape from the local Dusseldorf pop scene in the early 1980s. Other times he sounds something like the soundtrack to David Lynch directing Miami Vice, or Genesis P-Orridge embracing Italian pop-infused Danish darkwave, or like a male descendant of Nico singing Eno-esque pop songs on discarded Julian Cope tracks.
Musically, the album exists in its own space between the 80's, 90's and the present. The songs are pop songs held together by somewhat idiosyncratic arrangements.
Rhedin has also shared the album's excellent lead single "Turn Me On".
Pre order the album here, check out the tracklsit and listen to the new single below.
01. Cool As Ice
02. The World
03. Turn Me On
05. What You Got
06. Wake Up
07. Holy Fuck!
10. Kali, Take Me Home
11. Say My Name
Weird Dreams, our BOTM in April 2012, and now the solo project of frontman Doran Edwards, has returned with a brand new single called "The Ladder".
About the return of Weird Dreams and the new single, Doran Edwards explains: "It's been a long and short four years. Weird Dreams never stopped for me, it just became private. The songwriting was a near constant."
"There's more music to share soon, but starting with 'The Ladder' now feels right, as it was the first song of real difference, and remained unfinished for a few years while I obsessed over an image that I began to pursue as sound on the last Weird Dreams song before this one ('House of Secrets') - the reflections of water on a swimming pool ceiling at night.
"For reasons that are still unclear, this imagined image of light and water moved me in a desperate time, distracting from what felt like the rest of the world falling away."
Manchester alternative/indie rock trio Man Made have announced thy will released their debut full length titled 'TV Broke My Brain' on 15th of April via Kobalt Music.
The album was produced by Ray Man and mixed by Nick Launay (Kate Bush, Lou Reed, Arcade Fire), and features 11 songs, including the previously unveiled tracks "Carsick Cars", "You Never Know How It Feels", "Bring Some" and their brand new single 'Raining In My Head'.
Check out the album's tracklist and listen to their new single below.
01. Carsick Cars
02. Hi Tech Low Life
03. You Never Know How It Feels
04. Raining in My Head
05. Plastic Key to Living
06. Everything We Miss
07. Bring Some
08. Nobody's Dreaming
09. All Mine
10. TV Broke My Brain