Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Watch: The Bright Light Social Hour Air "Guillotine Billionaires/Responsibility"

Austin, TX mood punk/psych rock/cosmic band The Bright Light Social Hour have aired a video for their double single "Guillotine Billionaires/Responsibility".

Both tracks feature in their new release 'Enter Weed Martyr', out today (May 12). But it here.

Watch/listen below.


Watch: Brodka Unleashes New Single/Video "Hey Man"

Polish alt-pop artist Brodka has unleashed the video for her new single "Hey Man".

The song is taken from her upcoming new album 'BRUT', set to arrive on May 28 . Pre-order your copy here.

Recorded with Boxed In’s Oli Bayston (Kelly Lee Owens, Loyle Carner), BRUT finds Brodka blurring the boundaries between natural and synthetic sounds. Post-punk riffs, icy synths and the serrated, heavily-processed guitar sounds that slice through glittering electro-pop to bring an industrial edge to the brutalism-inspired vision.

Watch/listen below.



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Watch: Whispering Sons Drop New Single/Video "Heat"

Belgian post punk band Whispering Sons have dropped the video for their new single "Heat".

The song is taken from their sophomore album 'Several Others', set to be released on 18th June via [PIAS]. Pre-order your copy here.

Watch/listen below.


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Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Watch: The Pleasure Dome Unveil New Single/Video "Pretty Picture"

Bristol punk/alt band The Pleasure Dome have unveiled the video for their punchy new single "Pretty Picture".

The song, produced by Theo Verney, is out today (May 11). Get it here.

Speaking about it, singer and guitarist Bobby Spender says that “self love is important. It’s important for our mental health, our relationships and even to our dreams and ambitions. Sometimes you wonder if anyone will love you, first love yourself. 'Pretty Picture' is inspired by everything from the nursery rhyme, 'Mary Mary Quite Contrary' to Show Me The Body, Metronomy's album 'Nights Out' and The Beatles the song 'Taxman' - it presents the idea of people's desire to share their lives on social media, with their superficial sand castles soon lost to the scrolling tide."

The video was shot on location at Strange Brew in Bristol, Ashton Gate, Southville, Hotwells and College Green. Watch it below.