Wednesday, March 06, 2019

Watch: The Cranberries Unveil "All Over Now" Music Video

Irish alternative/rock band The Cranberries have unveiled the video for "All Over Now".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their 8th and final album ‘In The End’, which will be out on April 26. Pre-order your copy here.

Check out below.


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Watch: Guards Unleash Music Video For "Last Stand"

New York-based fuzz-pop band Guards (the project of Richie Follin from Cults/Willowz) have unleashed the video for their latest single "Last Stand".

The song is taken from their forthcoming new album 'Modern Hymns', set to arrive on May 22 via Kobalt.

The video was directed by Richie James Follin. Watch below.

Watch: Fontaines D.C. Air Music Video For New Single "Roy’s Tune"

Dublin rock n' roll band Fontaines D.C. have aired a video for their new single "Roy’s Tune".

The song is taken from the upcoming debut full-length album 'Dogrel', which will be out on April 12th via Partisan Records. Pre-order your copy here.

Film written and directed by Liam Papadachi. Watch below.


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Watch: The Chain Gang of 1974 Shares "Burn Out" Music Video

Los Angeles-based singer/multi-instrumentalist The Chain Gang of 1974 (aka Kamtin Mohager), has hasred the video for his newest single "Burn Out". 

The song is part of our current playlist and came out last month via Fever Ltd. Buy it here.

The video was directed by Harry Steel. Check out below.

New Entry: Bdrmm Release New Single "Heaven"

Hull-based dream pop/psych/shoegaze band Bdrmm have released their brand new single "Heaven".

The song, produced by Alex Greaves, will be out tomorrow (March 7) via Permanent Creeps. Grab it here.

Vocalist Ryan explains: “'Heaven' is for everyone who deserves an apology, but knows they won’t get it.”

Take a listen below.


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New Entry: Sam Fender Premieres New Single "Hypersonic Missiles"

Newcastle indie rock musician Sam Fender has premiered his new single "Hypersonic Missiles".

Sam Fender explains: "This song started out when I saw the term ‘Hypersonic Missiles’ in a newspaper. It’s a newly developed Russian missile that travels at something like nine times the speed of sound, which is essentially unstoppable. America currently has no defence against such a weapon, they would be helpless in the wake of an attack, as you have roughly six minutes from the time it is launched to the time it strikes."

 "In many ways, 'Hypersonic Missiles' is an unorthodox love song. It’s main focus is on the world around the narrator, who is a complete tin foil hatter. They are convinced the world is on its last legs; they know that it is rife with injustice but feel completely helpless and lacking the necessary intelligence to change it while remaining hopelessly addicted to the fruits of consumerism." 

"Amongst all the chaos is love and celebration, there is this glimmer of hope that runs through the song, a little notion that no matter what happens, these two people are gonna have a fucking good time regardless of the tyrants that run their world, and regardless of the imminent doom from these ‘Hypersonic Missiles’."

The song is out now. Get it here and stream it below.


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