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Clean Cut Kid – ‘Runaway’

Posted on September 14, 2015

Liverpool quartet Clean Cut Kid are back with a brand new single, ‘Runaway’ – the follow-up to their indelible debut ‘Vitamin C’. Self-produced ‘Runaway’ is a thumping four-minute anthem with one of the choruses of the summer at its centre. The blending of electronics with the band’s rockier sound creates a shimmering, feel-good indie-pop track, complete […]

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Lewis & Leigh – ‘Heart Don’t Want’

Posted on September 9, 2015

We have a perfect late summer track in the form of ‘Heart Don’t Want’, the new single from London-based americana/folk duo Lewis & Leigh. The roots of Lewis & Leigh stretch from the Deep South (Alva Leigh was born in Tenessee) all the way over to the Welsh coast (Al Lewis was born in North […]

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The Mexanines – ‘Rocket’

Posted on September 7, 2015

Yorkshire-based band The Mexanines are back with brand new release, ‘Rocket’. It’s a brooding alt-rock track, packed with thrashing guitars, subtle electronics and stellar harmonies. It demonstrates a refreshing growth of their heavy-rock sound, showing a continual development in the band’s music as they forge their path to success.    Unbelievably, it’s been eight years since […]

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The Amazons – ‘Junk Food Forever’

Posted on September 3, 2015

© Matt Goff Fresh from playing Reading and Leeds Festival this weekend, Reading-based quartet The Amazons have announced details to release their debut EP ‘Don’t You Wanna’, leading with huge new track ‘Junk Food Forever’ which we cannot get enough of! ‘Junk Food Forever’ has the makings of a huge guitar anthem. Packed full of […]

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