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LIVE: Saint Agnes @ Camden Monarch, 23.01.19

With a DIY and “us versus them” mentality powering Saint Agnes, it was not surprising to see a completely packed out Monarch on January 23, 2019. Most faces in the crowd were long-haired and ready to headbang. Thankfully, the month…

INTERVIEW: Saint Agnes

Set to release their debut album Welcome to Silvertown in May, London rockers Saint Agnes are raring to go. We caught up with lead guitarist Jon James Tufnell and lead singer Kitty Arabella Austen just hours before their headline show…

Big In 2019: Latenight Honeymoon

The amazing guys at This Feeling have recently released their list of Tips for 2019. So we’ve decided to look in depth into the bands and fill you in on what they’re about… Who are they? Latenight Honeymoon Genre: Indie-Rock When…

Big In 2019: The Van T’s

Who: The Van T’s What genre: Shoegaze/post-punk When did they start: 2013 Where: You can catch Glasgow’s very own Van T’s in their home city on January 18th.  They play Broadcast with This Feeling’s ‘Big in 2019’. Why: Chloe and…

Big in 2019: The Seamonsters

Who: The Seamonsters – Naomi Mann (lead vocals), Lauren Smith (bass/backing vocals), Holly Thompson (lead guitar), Tassie Drobinski (rhythm guitar), Ella Taylor (keyboard) and Ciara Hurding (drums). What genre: Indie-glitter When did they start: 2013 Where: The Seamonsters are from Sheffield, UK….

Generation

Generation announce three UK shows with This Feeling

North-West rascals, Generation, have unveiled a trio of UK shows for July 2018. Generation will strike the North with a honeypot of enthusiasm and energy three times at the beginning of July. Their hometown of Liverpool will be the first on…

LIVE: Liverpool Sound City 2018

Feverish music lovers sampled the sweetest sounds of the future at this year’s premier North-West festival, Liverpool Sound City.  Once again adopting a multi-venue mindset, the diverse showcase officially and successfully opened up the floodgates on festival season 2018. Sound…

INTERVIEW: Asylums, Suspects & SONS

TRIPLE THREAT ALERT: Southend’s Asylums will be headlining The Sebright Arms on Friday 23rd March, with support from Cool Thing Records’ label mates Suspects & Brighton duo SONS. It’s set to be an adrenaline-fueled frenzy of  punk and alternative sound, and the ideal warm-up for…