We’re delighted to announce we’re working again with the vital powerhouse that is deux furieuses. The punk duo has announced details of their second album ‘My War is Your War’ released 18 October via Xtra Mile Recordings. The album’s first taster comes in the form of new single ‘Year of Rage’, the #MeToo inspired track that showcases the band’s exhilarating new rock sound. [Click on header to cont.].
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Ruarri Joseph, ex solo singer-songwriter and now frontman of critically acclaimed 4-piece William The Conqueror, shares his songwriting process with Songwriting Magazine for their ‘Diary of a Songwriter’ piece.
At one of her two consecutive sold-out Omeara, London shows earlier this summer, Orla Gartland gave 405 an insight into her backstage antics with friends and bandmates.
Ahead of the release of her new ‘Why Am I Like This’ EP (out 24 May), Orla Gartland chats to Talk Nerdy With Us about the songwriting process, the new EP and what she gets nerdy about. Read the full interview here.
The Line of Best Fit caught up with Orla Gartland for a quick photo-shoot ahead of her second consecutive sold-out night headlining London’s Omeara (Thursday 18 April).
Ahead of their UK tour in May, Irish duo All Tvvins share an exclusive playlist with Fred Perry Subculture and chat influences, dream collaborations, best gigs and lots more.
Creative Review premiere Murphykid’s new ‘Wolf’ video as part of their Creative Insight feature here. The single is taken from the illustrator turned singer-songwriter’s debut album ‘Skeletons’ out 12 October.
Whyte Horses round-up an amazing year with a spectacular live show at Royal Festival Hall London which garnered a 5 star review in The Guardian.
The current issue of Music & Riots Magazine includes a 4-page interview with Alela Diane where she discusses her latest album ‘Cusp’ (out now on AllPoints).
Alela Diane’s current album ‘Cusp’ (out now on AllPoints) continues to spellbind. See above interview with Lionheart magazine where Alela talks honestly about the album’s theme, exploring the importance and varied experiences of motherhood.