Belgium indie rock/alt Newmoon have announced the release of their sophomore album 'Nothing Hurts Forever'.
Recorded and produced by Andy Savours (The Pains Of Being pure At Heart, My Bloody Valentine, The Horrors,...), the 9-track album will be out on October 11th through [PIAS] Belgium and Through Love Rec in Germany. Pre-order your copy here.
After their debut, Space, the band decided to explore a more musical approach to their writing process. Hiding less behind noise and feedback and focussing more on musicality and songwriting. ‘Nothing Hurts Forever’ proves the band is constantly growing and evolving into new and exciting territories.
Check out the album's tracklist and listen to their new single "Collide Into Me".
Nothing Hurts ForeverTracklist:
01. Let It End
03. In Harmony
04. Collide Into Me
05. Blue Hole
06. Give Me Pain
08. In & Out & Over
09. Only You
Manchester dream pop/psych/indie five-piece Juliper Sky have premiered their debut single "Heaven".
The song was produced by James Kenosha (Rhodes, Dry The River, Dinosaur Pile Up) and recorded at Vibe studios in Manchester. Musically, ’Heaven’ marries elements of Shoegaze, Dream Pop and Psychedelia, amidst walls of shimmering synths and reverb-laden guitars that have come to represent the key elements of Juliper Sky’s sound.
The band consist of lead vocalist Jamie Lambert, former AFFAIRS guitarists Dan Parker and Liam Grindell, bassist Roger Damen and drummer Ben Pursehouse.
Portland, OR rock/punk band Sleater-Kinney have unveiled their new single "Can I Go On".
The song is taken from the upcoming album 'The Center Won't Hold', set to be released on 16th August via Milk! Records / Rhythmethod. Pre-order your copy here.
“In this song, a woman’s desire is used against her, so she turns it into a sinister infectiousness. The narrator finds herself on the brink of self-annihilation, grappling with the paradox of an internal darkness at odds with the pressure to outwardly perform modes of joy, relatability, and likability.” Carrie Brownstein explains.
Huddersfield indie rock band Courtyards have shared their new single "Stay Up".
The song came out last week (July 26). Speaking about it, lead vocalist Matthew Riley said: “We’re incredibly happy with this track and have experimented more with synth, samples, and electronics during the production than ever before. Stay Up is inspired by the desire to help those close to you with their mental health battles while at the same time working out how to be that figure of solidarity to confide in. It’s our most personal track to date and is inspired by our experiences with people close to us."
Melbourne-based synth pop/post punk duo Hearts and Rockets (aka Kalindy Williams and Kurt Eckardt) have revealed the video for their latest single "Feelings".
The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their upcoming second studio album 'Power', set to arrive on August 23rd through Psychic Hysteria. Pre-order your copy here.
Williams said of the track, “Sometimes feelings just come on, out of nowhere, and there’s not much you can do about it! And that’s OK - it’s OK to talk about it, and sing about it, and complain about stuff and just. have. feelings. People get embarrassed about it, but everyone has those private moments alone where they think they’re the only ones going through something and it’s so often not the case. Let’s share more about this and create space to talk freely about them - good and bad! You have to live through them, you don’t have to feel like you’re doing it alone.”
Melbourne experimental musician/producer Pawel Cholewa aka Outside The Academy has dropped his new single "M.Y.O. Fiction".
Speaking about the track, Pawel explains “‘tis a punky, (a)political, unapologetic and unorthodox song (for OTA), wrapped up in a fast-paced indie-electro amalgamation of a track about angst, anger, helplessness, and perhaps, paradoxically, the death of (youthful) vigour and energy. ‘M.Y.O. Fiction’ is a nugget of stern, deadpan sarcasm that has explicit meaning, though without method or any particularised message. Or whatever.”
It will be out this Friday, August 2. Buy it here and take a listen below.
Melbourne rock/punk band BATZ have unleashed the video for their latest single "Wizard".
The song is part of our current playlist and is out now. Speaking about it, frontwoman Christina Aubry said: "Wizard is about a dream I had about being a wizard and coming from another planet, landing on Earth at some crazy house party. It’s all vibes. Good vibes.”
The video was directed by Rick Clifford. Take a look below.