Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Watch: Transistor Release Lyric Video For "Silver Lining"

Birmingham, AL indie rock band Transistor have released a lyric video for their latest single "Silver Lining".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their album debut 'Maybe In The Summer', which came out last Friday (July 16). Get it here.

Watch/listen below.

Watch: Glove Premiere New Single/Video "Behaviour"

Tampa indie rock band Glove have premiered the video for their new single "Behaviour".

The song, produced by Cage the Elephant's Brad Shultz, is taken from their forthcoming new album 'Boom Nights', out later this year. Get it here.

The stylish and magnetic 4-piece group underscores the best of the 1980’s synthetic new wave sound with a contemporary rock n’ roll edge that is sure to propel the band to the forefront of the alternative rock genre.

“Behaviour” is a radiating track that speaks to the static reaction to operate and perform as you’re told - a chain reaction of words and expressions, a sentiment that the song’s vocalist Rod Wendt charmingly teases throughout this ear-worm.

Watch/listen below.

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New Entry: KEG Reveal Debut Single "Heyshaw"

Brighton indie punk 7-piece KEG have revealed their debut single "Heyshaw".

The song is taken from their forthcoming debut EP 'Assembly', which will be available on October 22 through Alcopop! Records. Pre-order your copy here.

Speaking about it, singer Albert Haddenham said: "The first tune we wrote as KEG is a cheeky ditty about my mum's family, growing up on Heyshaw farm in the Yorkshire dales and various RAF camps around the world, from Nidderdale to Kuwait, Kuala Lumpur to Driffield, Whippets to Frankfurters. The culture clash must have been quite stark. Musically the track was written at the height of our collective Devo frenzy, we are indebted to our Ohio forebears."

Take a listen below.

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Watch: Lime Garden Unleash New Single/Video "Pulp"

Brighton indie rock/pop/psych band Lime Garden have unleashed the video for their catchy new single "Pulp".

The song is out now through So Young Records. Get it here.

Speaking about it, singer and co-writer Chloe Howard says: The song was inspired by a surreal dream myself and Annabel [Whittle] fashioned, imagining a man covered in orange pulp dancing through underground streets. We tried to capture that feeling of absurdity within this track. The Simon character takes its reference from a dark nursery rhyme type character, but it’s someone we’d still want to dance with!”

Watch/listen below.

Watch: Where We Sleep Unveils New Single/Video "Drive"

London indie rock/alt artist Beth Rettig aka Where We Sleep has unveiled the video for her new single "Drive".

The song is taken from her new album 'The Scars They Leave', which will be available this Friday, July 23. Get your copy here.

Watch/listen below.

Watch: The KVB Premiere New Single/Video "World On Fire"

UK psychedelic/shoegaze/dark wave duo The KVB have premiered their new single "World On Fire", alongside an accompanying music video.

The song is out today (July 21) via Invada Records and is their first new music since 2019's 'Submersion' EP. Get it here.

From the duo: “'World On Fire' was written in late 2019 and at its core it’s about duality and how a phrase like 'set the world on fire, which sounds so destructive, is also about doing something remarkable. We wanted it to be a phrase that is deliberately open to interpretation in this song. Over time we have all become desensitised to bad news and horrific events through television and social media. In much the same way as people slow down to look at a car crash, it feels like we’ve all become more and more obsessed with watching the world on fire."

Watch/listen below


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Watch: Rowan Share New Single/Video "One Of These Days"

Cork indie rock band Rowan have shared the video for their new single "One Of These Days".

The song is taken from their new EP 'Everybody Talks', out this Friday, July 23 through Los Angeles based label, Beverly Martel. Get it here.

On the track, frontman Dylan Howe says: "One Of These Days is a song about the desire for vengeance after a relationship breaks down. 'One of these days I'll get her back' is sung from the perspective of revenge rather than longing. It's ambiguity is tied in with the contrast of 'Smile' and 'Cry' in the chorus. The bittersweet emotions of anger and love are contrasted with imagery such as death and infancy and Robert Emmet's love for Ireland, in which he faced the gallows for."

On the video, he adds: "The video for "One Of These Days" is a snapshot of a grittier Ireland. Touching on addiction, substance abuse and dealing with one's inner turmoil. One person's normality is another person's insanity. The video is a comment on how we perceive the outsiders of society, and how isolated they can be because of the collective view on them."

Watch/listen below.

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Watch: MNNQNS Air Music Video For "Overseas"

French indie rock/post punk band MNNQNS have aired the video for their latest single "Overseas".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their recent EP 'Deviant by Ego', released earlier this month. Buy it here.

Watch the video below.