Thursday, September 09, 2021

New Entry: KEG Share New Single "Presidential Walk"

Brighton indie punk 7-piece KEG have shared their new single "Presidential Walk".

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.

Take a listen below.

01. Presidential Walk
02. Breaking Rocks 
03. Heyshaw 
04. Farmhands 
05. Kilham

New Entry: Sam Fender Reveals New Single "Get You Down"

Newcastle indie rock musician Sam Fender has revealed his new single "Get You Down".

The song is taken from his upcoming second studio album 'Seventeen Going Under', set to arrive on October 8th through Interscope Records . Pre-order your copy here.

Sam words: “Get You Down is one of the more personal tracks on the record and one of the first that I wrote. The whole album is about insecurity and growing up, Get You Down is one of the first songs that looks at how that insecurity tore apart my relationships, and my last relationship in particular."

Watch/listen below.

Watch: audiobooks Unveil New Single/Video "Black Lipstick"

London dance/indie pop/alt duo audiobooks (Evangeline Ling and David Wrench) have unveiled the video for their brand new single "Black Lipstick".

The song is taken from their upcoming new album 'Astro Tough', which will be available on October 1 through Heavenly Records. Pre-order your copy here.

Watch/listen below.

New Entry: Pentire Air New Single "How Would Someone Else Do It?"

Herefordshire indie rock/alternative band Pentire have aired their new single "How Would Someone Else Do It?".

The band consists of four friends with a mutual love for music. With impressive control over his vocals, as well as compelling moments on guitar, Jack Morgan is the frontman, lead vocalist and rhythm guitar. On the bass, there is Ryan-Luke Davies, who maintains the flow of their songs with a strong cadence and tempo throughout. Owen Seymour, lead guitarist, represents the thrilling substance and dynamic that is stressed through the different guitar riffs. Then, there is the pulse and heart of the music, Josh Blake on the drums, who creates striking beats.

The song is out now, take a listen below.

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Watch: Screensaver Share New Single/Video "Skin"

Aussie post punk/synth wave band screensaver have shared the video for their new single "Skin".

The song is taken from their upcoming debut studio album 'Expressions of Interest', set to be released on October 8th through Upset The Rhythm and Heavy Machinery. Pre-order your copy here.

"Thematically, Skin is about being human and navigating decision making" says Krystal Maynard. "It’s about embracing accountability for your decisions, even when the outcome is undesirable. I guess you could say it’s a song born of frustration; we live in a world where accountability is the exception rather than the norm. It contemplates whether we all just need to learn to sit with discomfort more. Musically it’s quite gloomy but buoyant, it’s a sound that as a band we’re quite fond of, can you be sad but still dance to this? Yes – fantastic. It’s textural as well, reverb-soaked percussion throughout the song gives it dimension and a pulse with a sense of underlying urgency. "

Watch/listen below. 

New Entry: Nation of Language Release New Single "A Word & A Wave"

Brooklyn post punk/new wave/synth-pop outfit Nation Of Language have released a lyric video for their new single "A Word & A Wave".

The song is taken from their forthcoming second album 'A Way Forward', set to be released on November 5th. Pre-order your copy here.

Speaking about the song songwriter/vocalist Ian Devaney says: “I was thinking a lot about simple social gestures and how randomly important they can be in key moments. How empowering it can feel when someone remembers your name; how slighted you can feel when someone you only kind-of know passes by without acknowledgment.

“The song is a kind of vignette on someone who desperately wants to be the one that makes everyone feel good and has in turn neglected themself. Trying as hard as they can to be there for people who are barely in their lives, hoping that this will bring meaning and fulfilment, when it really just ends up leaving them emotionally spent and scattered.

“When writing the song, I kept finding myself imagining this person living in Portland, Maine. It’s never mentioned in the lyrics, but I found myself wishing I could have conveyed the rest of the scene I pictured - a warmly lit room on a calm overcast evening in a small coastal city. When it came time to make the video I saw our chance and decided we would journey up there and follow that vision as much as we could.”

Watch/listen below.


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