Tuesday, July 16, 2019

New Entry: Planet Premiere New Single "Never New"

Sydney indie rock/pop band Planet have premiered their new single "Never New".

About the song, guitarist Tom Peppitt said: “I recorded the instrumental basis for that song like four or five years ago. Matt went away to New Zealand and I was just doing a couple of studio sessions myself, and I just pumped that out. It didn’t have any vocals on it for a very long time and just stayed instrumental. This song wasn’t even a front runner for the EP at all. It kind of just came together.”

“We had this old chorus lying around for ages and just decided to swap it in,” Matt adds. “Then we were like, ‘Now it’s a single.’”

Stream it below.


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Watch: These New South Whales Reveal Music Video For "Nerve 2 Reverse"

Sydney punk band These New South Whales have revealed the video for their new single "Nerve 2 Reverse".

The video was directed by Jamie Timony. Watch it below.


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New Entry: The Night Café Drop New Single "Mixed Signals"

Liverpool indie pop/alt band The Night Café have dropped a new version of their single "Mixed Signals".

The song is taken from the band's forthcoming debut album '0151', which will be out on 23rd August via AWAL Records. Pre-order your copy here.

Stream it below.


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Watch: LIFE Unleash Music Video "Hollow Thing"

British indie rock/pop band Life have unleashed the video for their newest single "Hollow Thing".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their forthcoming second album 'A Picture Of Good Health', which will be out on September 20th via band's own label Afghan Moon and [PIAS]. Pre-order your copy here

Watch the video below.


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Watch: Violentene Unveil "Frozen Heart" Music Video

Canadian synth wave/minimal synth/shoegaze duo Violentene (aka Roland Marckwort and Dani Mari) have unveiled the video for their catchy single "Frozen Heart".

The song is taken from their new EP 'Phantom Youth', which will be released on August 30th through Shore Dive Records & GrindEthos Records. Pre-order it here.

Melting dark 80s synthwave, shoegaze and ethereal vibes seamlessly under Dani Mari’s glittery vocals, Violentene gives you its new ode to innocence lost. Roland brings an early 80s synth and new wave influence from Japan, Gary Numan, and Cocteau Twins and the guitar shimmer of Johnny Marr and Robert Smith to the mix, while Dani Mari wraps her bittersweet vocals around warm, breathy tones.

For fans of Drab Majesty, The Cure, Boy Harsher and Cocteau Twins.

Watch the video below.


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