Brighton psychedelic-punk/ post punk band Egyptian Blue have released the video por their trippy new single "Paralyse".
About the track, the band told SoYoungMag: "Paralyse is an ode to what at first seemed a normal party, which then spiralling into a downfall of perversity. Enough to keep you up at night. The recording process was far less fraught as we decamped to the calming surrounds of Cambridge for that session – it was recorded at Half-ton studio."
The video was directed by Jonathan Waller. Take a look below.
Ex-Vöid, the new ex-treme pöwer pöp project from singer Alanna McArdle and guitarist Owen Williams of Welsh noise-pop band Joanna Gruesome, have dropped their new single "Boyfriend".
The song is taken from their upcoming self-titled debut single, set to arrive on May 11 through Don Giovanni.
About the track, Williams told: This was a song I wrote about the psychic pain of rejection within a relationship, slowly learning that someone finds you deeply intolerable and lapsing into self denial, claiming you “don’t even want a boyfriend anyway.” Of course this isn’t about me! I’m simply imagining what being rejected might feel like. It’s kind of a companion song to one I wrote called “My Baby Is A Communist,” which has been vetoed from release by the group.
Manchester indie rockers Spring King have returned with their energetic new single "Animal" and its accompanied video.
The song is out now, and is the band's first new release since their highly-praised 2016 debut album ‘Tell Me If You Like To’. Buy it here.
Talking about the track, drummer/singer Tarek Musa says: “Animal takes its inspiration from our unshakable reliance on technology and how repetitive modern day existence has become. There is constant tension between human nature and technological progression: we are glued to technology, sometimes not sure how to let go, whilst simultaneously fighting the animalistic, hedonistic urge to unplug and completely lose ourselves.”