Wargasm have released a new single, ‘Bang Ya Head (Feat. Fred Durst)’
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by Sam Taylor
9M ago
Wargasm have released a new single, ‘Bang Ya Head’. The track – which features Fred Durst from Limp Bizkit – is the latest from their recently-announced debut album, ‘Venom’. The full-length is set for release on 27th October, accompanied by lots of tour dates – including a UK headline run in November and December. Sam Matlock says of the track: “When I was working in bars it always drove me insane how much it costs us to live, and how little money we make. The worlds going fucking crazy and everything’s getting so expensive – how the fuck are we m ..read more
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Meet Me @ The Altar have released their new single ‘Strangers’
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by Sam Taylor
9M ago
Meet Me @ The Altar have released their new single ‘Strangers’. Alongside their cover of ‘Take Me Away’ from the soundtrack for 2003 film Freaky Friday starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan, it will appear on a deluxe edition of their debut studio album, ‘Past // Present // Future’, set to be released on 29th September.  Edith Victoria says of the track, “‘Strangers’ wrestles with self-consciousness. It’s about experiencing the nagging self-doubt that fuels imposter syndrome or accuses you of not being strong enough to endure what life has a tendency t ..read more
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Koyo have released a new single from their upcoming debut – check out ‘Life’s A Pill’
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by Sam Taylor
9M ago
Koyo have released a new single, ‘Life’s A Pill’. Following on from singles ‘Anthem’ and ‘You’re On The List (Minus One)’, it’s the latest cut from the band’s upcoming debut full-length, ‘Would You Miss It?’, due out 29th September via Pure Noise Records. Vocalist Joey Chiaramonte discussed the new song and video: “‘Life’s A Pill’ is a model Koyo song. TJ had written that song around the Drives Out East era of the band. I remember recording vocals for a demo version of the song with the help of Marissa from Fleshwater when I was staying in Lowell, MA for a bit, and ju ..read more
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Check out Ratboys’ Teenage Kicks playlist, feat. Feist, MGMT, The Mars Volta and more
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by Sam Taylor
9M ago
When you load up Spotify, a great big chunk of the time you can’t think what to play, right? You default back to your old favourites, those albums and songs you played on repeat when you first discovered you could make them yours. This isn’t about guilty pleasures; it’s about those songs you’ll still be listening to when you’re old and in your rocking chair. So, enter Teenage Kicks – a playlist series that sees bands running through the music they listened to in their formative years. Next up, Ratboys. Interpol – Take You on a Cruise Sean Neumann: I was always enamoured by Carlos Dengler ..read more
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Best Ex has teamed up with Luxtides for her new single, ‘Die For You’
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by Sam Taylor
9M ago
Best Ex has teamed up with Luxtides for her new single, ‘Die For You’. It’s a track from her debut album, ‘With A Smile’. The record is set for release on 6th October via Iodine Recordings (US) & Alcopop! Records (UK). “We’ve been writing together for years,” Best Ex explains, “and I’ve been absolutely dying to sing a song with her. We’ve both started in the music industry around the same time in a similar scene. I remember, she texted me on her very first tour (at that time, I was on like my second year of touring) just asking for advice about how to function as a woman in an indust ..read more
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Dream Nails celebrate having fun with their new single, ‘Ballpit’
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by Sam Taylor
9M ago
Dream Nails have dropped their new single ‘Ballpit’. The track is taken from the band’s upcoming album ‘Doom Loop’, set for release on 13th October via Marshall Records. “This song is about having fun for the sake of it,” drummer Lucy Katz explains. “It’s about the pursuit of hedonism as a radical act.  Sometimes the dread and hopelessness caused by the succubus of late-capitalism, patriarchy, white supremacy, and environmental devastation feels overwhelming. “These problems aren’t going to be solved by acting silly in a ball pit or writing a song about it, but part of breakin ..read more
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Enola Gay: “We write about what’s around us”
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by Sam Taylor
9M ago
In the mood for some politically-charged noise-punk? Introduce yourself to ENOLA GAY. Belfast-based foursome Enola Gay are gearing up to release their ‘Casement’ EP. The follow-up to debut EP ‘Gransha’, it continues their foray into politically-charged noise-punk that seems them tackle everything from hypocritical politicians to the cost of living crisis, shining a light on the difficulties they see around them every day. Joe McVeigh (guitar) and Luke Beirne (drums) tells us more. Hi Enola Gay! How’s it going? What are you up to today? We’ve got an exciting EP dropping in early September, fol ..read more
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Coach Party have shared a new debut album teaser track, ‘Be That Girl’
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by Sam Taylor
9M ago
Coach Party have dropped a brand new track, ‘Be That Girl’. Described as “their heaviest” to date, the song is taken from the band’s debut album ‘KILLJOY’, set to arrive on 8th September via Chess Club Records. Drummer Guy Page says of the track: “We were touring a lot last year, so a big chunk of the writing for KILLJOY happened in hotel rooms, such as ‘Be That Girl’ of which the bulk was formed in a morning in Spain before heading out to play BBK Festival. It’s one of the more inward & self reflective songs on the record, and the one with the softest s ..read more
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The Gaslight Anthem have shared a new album taster, ‘Little Fires’
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by Sam Taylor
9M ago
The Gaslight Anthem have released a new single, ‘Little Fires’. It’s the latest cut from their recently-announced first album in nearly a decade, with ‘History Books’ set for release on 27th October. Frontman Brian Fallon says: “‘Little Fires’ is like the opposite end of the spectrum from the frustration you feel in ‘History Books’. It’s an empowerment song, about refusing to play along with the kind of people who always seem to be throwing a grenade into the room for no particular reason.” Check it out below. The album’s tracklisting reads: Spider Bites Histor ..read more
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Spanish Love Songs: “It’s a very joyous album; there’s a lot of hope”
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by Rob Mair
9M ago
Spanish Love Songs embark on a profound and optimistic journey with their new album ‘No Joy,’ blending existential dread with themes of hope and compassion. “If I was to constantly worry about the past, I’d be a wreck,” laughs Spanish Love Songs’ Dylan Slocum, with something of an air of resignation. “I’m really not concerned with looking back because there are so many things that you might do differently; it could drive you insane.” While the Californian punks are the masters of existential dread, their new album ‘No Joy’ hits a little different – certainly compared to the bleak ‘Brave Faces ..read more
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