Tag: tracks of the week

Tracks Of The Week, 06.04.18

With their new single ‘Love On The Line (Call Now)’ Liverpool-based (via Barrow and Norway) Her’s are solidifying their place as key-players not only in the Liverpool scene but further afield. Paving the way for spring, ‘Love On The Line…

Tracks Of The Week, 25.03.18

Ahead of the release of their debut album, London based four-piece Ice Baths are sharing their new single ‘New Strappings Pt 1.’ There’s an abstract darkness to the track, one that sets a precedent for the album, with the band…

Tracks Of The Week, 19.03.18

Sharing the first taste of his forthcoming debut album, Daniel Blumberg (Yuck, Oupa and Hebronix) has released title track ‘Minus.’ Combining raw, emotional song-writing with an improvisational, free-music ethos, ‘Minus’ is taken from an album which was recorded live in…

Tracks Of The Week, 10.02.18

Their first offering of the year, indie upstarts Llovers recently released ‘Just Lust,’ a tender, minimalist look at societal issues and how the band feel disconnected with certain stereotypes. Speaking of the track, vocalist Jack Brooks said: “‘Just Lust’ is the…

Tracks Of The Week, 02.02.18

Following last year’s triumphant return ‘Weirdo,’ London’s Escapists are giving another taste of their forthcoming album in the shape of ‘Army of One.’ ‘Army of One’ is “a breakup song written before the breakup,” a tumultuous inner monologue in the…

Tracks Of The Week, 19.01.18

Following comeback singles ‘Carrion’ and ‘Mallory,’ Gengahr are offering the latest taste of their new album with ‘Before Sunrise.’ Celebrating “the relief and simplicity one can find lost in the night. A clarity and single mindedness that doesn’t exist in…

Tracks Of The Week, 01.12.17

The first taste of their incredibly highly anticipated upcoming EP No Hot Ashes have shared their latest single ‘Eight Till Late.’ Seeing frontman Isaac Taylor open up about personal struggles with mental health, he says of the track “I wanted…

Tracks Of The Week, 24.11.17

Having already made a name for themselves with their live shows, YONAKA’s ‘Bubblegum,’ and its accompanying video encapsulate the exciting chaos that surrounds them. Unrelenting, breathy and completely riotous, ‘Bubblegum’ is by no means as sickly sweet as the name…

Tracks Of The Week, 10.11.17

Having supported The Libertines in Warrington, and now heading out on tour with label mates Purest, Bright Young People are preparing us for their life shows with the rip-roaring ‘So Confess.’ Brimming with energy, mixing Cobain-esque grunge with the swagger…