A little bundle of romance and grit, Strangers On A Train by Manuela Iwansson is the latest single from the former singer of defunct Swedish punk band Terrible Feelings. With a bit of 80s noir and noise, it’s a seductive pop tune, that shimmers and shakes with tenacity. Released on Punk Slime Recordings .
Policia have shared Driving, the first single from their upcoming album When We Stay Alive, which is set for release January 31st via Memphis Industries. It’s both sparse in offering space between beats, and busy with an eclectic range of sounds and experiments. Channy Leaneagh explains the meaning behind song, which was written after she fell off aContinue reading “Policia – Driving”
Art rock heroes Art Brut are back with a new video for their latest single Your Enemies Are My Enemies Too. It’s a riotous piece of tongue in cheek pop rock, in the band’s inimitable style. The video sees Art Brut frontman Eddie Argos and comedy legend Tony Slattery as an estranged pair of retired comic book foes whoContinue reading “Art Brut and Tony Slattery join forces”
Latvian indie trio Carnival Youth have just released their fourth studio album Good Luck and are currently on their biggest European tour. Led by twins Edgars Kaupers (guitar, vocals) and Emīls Kaupers (drums, vocals), they’ve been together for a few years now, and are making waves in the Baltics and beyond. They took time outContinue reading “Introducing…Carnival Youth”
A Glossary of Broken Humans & Beating Hearts is the refreshingly honest sophomore EP from Bristol-based Transatlantic duo Yard Arms, due for release November 1st. I caight up with them to find out more. Can you give a brief introduction? Who the heck are Yard Arms and why should we care? We are a transatlanticContinue reading “Introducing Yard Arms”