British indie rock/pop band Life have premiered their energetic new single "Grown Up".
This is the band's first offering of new music since their debut album Popular Music, and will be released in June 15th.
Speaking of the track, the band’s Mez Green says: “Grown Up is about getting to grips with adulthood and wanting to fall in love again. Seeing the decay of human life as it ages in a park with the dying swans. Is there hope between the space on your plate as you fork at your tea? Can you be too grown up for love?
Birmingham psych-rock/alt band Peace have unveiled the video for their latest single "You Don’t Walk Away From Love".
The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their upcoming third studio album 'Kindness Is The New Rock and Roll', set to arrive on May 4th via Ignition Records. Pre-order your copy here.
About the song the band posted: "This is about the colours of the heart that live under the cool pastels and monochrome chequers. It's about the bright primary stubbornness and unsophisticated optimism that won't stop squirming toward true love."
The video was directed by Jonnie Craig. Take a look below.