Category: Tracks Of The Week

Tracks Of The Week, 29.10.17

Following a summer that saw them play to crowds up and down the country, tearing up festivals and playing as far afield as Germany and the Netherlands, Cassia have released their new single ‘Out Of Her Mind.’ Seeing them build…

Tracks Of The Week, 20.10.17

Introducing us to his own brand of dreamy guitar pop, Hoult has shared his debut single ‘Pharmacy.’ Building from wistful intimacy to a powerful folk-tinged indie-pop track, ‘Pharmacy “summarises the feeling of frustration when you cannot help someone you care…

Tracks Of The Week, 07.10.17

“The song explains an internal argument within my own brain as a result of the difficulties that come with balancing the good times and trying to make a difference,” said The Assist frontman Mikey Stanton on their latest release ‘Give…

Tracks Of The Week: 29.09.17

Reflecting on the dislocation and identity drift of diaspora across the globe, on moving to London for employment, wanting to move home but no longer feeling welcome there anymore, Bokito’s latest track ‘Aloof’ certainly isn’t lacking in emotion. As frontman…

Tracks Of The Week, 16.09.17

Taken from their upcoming debut EP, Little Grim’s latest single ‘Infectious’ is an emotive introduction to the band. Inspired by the emotional confusion caused by abusive relationships, ‘Infectious’ sees the vocals take centre stage to create something truly gripping and…

Tracks Of The Week, 02.09.17

Seeing Lins Wilson (Grammatics, Mother Vulpine), Tom Hudson (Pulled Apart By Horses) and Nestor Matthews (Sky Larkin, Manace Beach) come together, Magic Mountain are somewhat of a super-group born of Leeds’ DIY scene. ‘Zodiac’ is their first offering, released as…

Tracks Of The Week, 26.08.17

Bringing a dose of summer which the British weather expertly failed at doing, Worst Place have shared their beautiful new track, ‘Dreamer.’ 3 minutes of shoegaze-y, (rather aptly) dreamy, pop ‘Dreamer’ is the latest in a string of releases that…

Tracks Of The Week, 19.08.17

Taken from their upcoming record Run, ‘North Lynx’ is an enticing first look into Prawn’s return. Swelling from hypnotic guitars to a riotous climax, ‘North Lynx’ shows a band who are returning with a refreshed, relentless energy. Though with hints…

Tracks Of The Week, 11.08.17

With the warm, sweetness of Lucy Rose, but a sharpness reminiscent of Kate Nash, Lauran Hibberd’s new track ‘Old Head Young Shoulders’ is enough to have anyone hooked. At just 19, Lauran has refined her sound: one which is both…

Tracks Of The Week, 04.08.17

Since forming as a solo project of Sam Stacpoole (The Black Tambourines) in 2012, Holiday Ghosts has evolved into a complete lineup. Now, with his girlfriend Katja Rackin in tow, as well as members of The Red Cords, The Golden…