David Holmes, Kurt Vile and more

David Holmes is streaming her new single It’s Over, If We Run Out Of Love, featuring vocals from regular collaborator Raven Violet.

“It’s an ode to youth culture in difficult times and remembering what it was like growing up in the 70s and 80s in Belfast,” says Holmes. “There was a civil war starting on our doorstep but we always had our music, our clothes, our culture that kept us sane.”

Noel Gallagher gets a co-writing credit on the track, which brings us back to the Oasis man’s third solo album of 2017, Who Built The Moon? which was produced and heavily influenced by Holmes.

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bodegaThe preparation of their second album Broken Equipment continues with the latest single Statuette On The Console.

Besides taking the lead vocals on the track, Nik E Iki made his video with a very present old-school technological fascination:

“I have a certain veneration for the symbols of religion; creating iconography with archaic technology is a big part of my process for Bodega art.

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Kurt VilThe newly created home studio in the Mount Airy neighborhood of Philadelphia was the main location for the sessions that produced his next studio album “(watch my move)”.

His longtime collaborator, Rob Schnapf, was on hand as Vile worked on a simple principle: “It’s about writing songs,” he says. “It’s about the lyrics.”

“It’s about being the master of all areas of music. I always think of upbeat music, even if it’s fried or grilled. It’s my own version of a classic trick – it moves forward and backward at the same time.

Stockholm Group Vero preview Unsoothing Interior with their new single Cupid.

“Cupid was the first song we wrote that made the album,” they explain. “We had done a few demos before, but we didn’t like them.”

“They all sounded a little too pretty and sure, so when Cupid’s drums were done, we grabbed a guitar and started making these chaotic, chaotic noises, and that was it. This is the sound that set the tone for our album. The lyrics are a bit dreamlike, it’s about desire and control.

Black Mountain frontman Stephen McBean kicked off pink tops again after eight years and will release the new album Peacock Pools on May 6.

“Lincoln Heights hilltop sunrise riff ‘n’ bang unleashes a wave of revenge by disgruntled ex-bassist turned tinkertronic cyborg handsome man Ken The Walnut,” he says of the release. video.

“Obsessed with the disappearance of Pink Mountaintops, The Walnut’s sinister plot nearly succeeds in unleashing a wave of rock ‘n’ roll destruction the size of Don McClean.”

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television priest envision their second album with One Easy Thing – “the key to unlocking a more direct and personal approach to our songwriting”, according to Charlie Drinkwater.

“It’s about managing the little things of daily life; anxiety, pressures and battles inside your own headspace – and not being afraid to show it in our songs,” he adds.

The band have a visit to the End Of The Road festival scheduled for September as plans begin to fall into place for the successor to 2021’s debut LP Uppers.

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Hatching is streaming the title track from his new album Giving The World Away.

Due April 22, the LP will showcase a conscious effort by the Brisbane-based artist to highlight the furthest corners of his songwriting.

“For me, it’s not just about writing songs about being in love or being heartbroken – there’s a bigger picture than that,” she explains. .

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Chubby And The Gang released their EP Labor Of Love, featuring new single Who Loves Ya (Coup) featuring Twice Shy and Ain’t There No One?.

“We had the idea to do a single for Valentine’s Day and I kind of wanted to show all the angles of love,” Charlie Manning Walker said of the opener.

“Warts and all. Very often it’s not such a smooth experience. Can often feel scary and crazy. So I wanted to write a bubblegum song about it but also show the duality of emotion.

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happy sciences are back with the video for their new single The Last Goodbye.

Recorded at Shrunken Head Studios in London where the likes of King Krule and Ghostpoet have spent time in the past, the track’s driving bassline ensures that ears are perked up by a simple yet sharp angular guitar, as well as the lead vocal, draw attention to all the senses. .

An ode to the drinking culture in a specific pub, singer Callum Connaughton perfectly sums up the feeling of being out of order: “You want to be in it, but you’re apart of it”.

Japanese television have revealed details of their debut album Space Fruit Vineyard.

Yaxley’s party hall and producer Kristian Bell of The Wytches kept things familiar and cozy during the recording sessions, but the video for the first single Dopplegänger Disco will be a bit more unsettling for at least one band member.

“It’s based on a nightmare that our guitarist Tim always has where he is on an endless staircase,” they explain. “That sense of unease, anxiety and impending doom is perfectly captured in the video by animator and director Mars West.”

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