Tag: video premiere

Video Premiere: LIINES – ‘Disappear’

Following the success of previous single ‘Blackout’, Manchester-based LIINES are back with another epic, riotous offering. Having received acclaim from the likes of The Quietus and Radio X, Zoe McVeigh, Steph Angel and Leila O’Sullivan have now shared a new…

Video Premiere: Mydy Rabycad – ‘Just Dance’

Prague six-piece Mydy Rabycad create their own unique sounds, fusing together classic swing music with contemporary synth-pop beats. With the majority of the band playing together since they were seventeen, they have recently wowed UK crowds at this year’s Glastonbury…

Video Premiere: GANA – ‘Vitamin D’

London-based GANA may be new to the scene, but they’re already making quite a name for themselves; having wowed crowds with their energy-fuelled live shows, including a Sofar Sounds gig, they have also caught the attention of none other than…

Video Premiere: Miranda Lee Richards – ‘Colors So Fine’

The daughter of underground comic book artists, and taught to play guitar by Metallica’s Kirk Hammet, LA-based singer songwriter Miranda Lee Richards has previously worked with The Brian Jonestown Massacre, but has been creating her own solo work since 2001….

Video Premiere: Sam And The Womp – ‘East Meets West’

London Ska/Balkan outfit, Sam And The Womp create their own unique style of uptempo, trumpet-driven tunes – appropriately dubbed ‘Brass and Bass’. With a desire to break away from the traditional genres of music, Sam And The Womp’s work has…

Video Premiere: Lumer – ‘Blunder’

Hull trio Lumer create raw garage-punk with an angst-driven energy. Described by Punktastic as channeling the “spirit of Joy Division, The Sound and early material from The Cure”, the band are now set to release a brand new track. ‘Blunder’ is an infectious belter…

Video Premiere: Fred Abbott – ‘Funny How Good It Feels’

Skilled multi-instrumentalist, and former member of Noah And The Whale, Fred Abbott is today releasing the deluxe edition of his critically acclaimed debut album, Serious Poke.  Following a bout of fantastic live shows – including sold out sets at The Borderline…