The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band is possibly one of the finest examples of a homely loving band. If a Sunday roast dinner was a person then this would be it. Bring your family, bring your friends this band will make your night one you won’t forget.
Friendly Fires have announced details of their long-awaited third album. Inflorescent, the follow-up to 2011’s Pala will be released 16th August via Polydor Records.
“I hear certain instruments in my head and bring in those influences. In the past, one song was pop-electronic, while another was soul. This time, I really honed in on a sound by working alongside just a handful of people.”
“Even though some of these songs are really aggressive-sounding, I wanted to make sure they never felt like finger-pointing, especially at a time when there’s so much talking past each other,”
Rival Sons today announce plans for a return to the UK this November for 5 shows, including their biggest headline show in London to date at the legendary Brixton Academy.
Beck has shared ‘Saw Lightning (Freestyle)’ – a new music video that sees the GRAMMY-winning artist stripping his latest single down to its bare bones.
Produced by Gavin Monaghan at the ‘Magic Gardens Studio’ Wolverhampton, Pagan Pilgrimage will be released on the Fade to Dust label available across most online platforms from 4th July.
Car Seat Headrest have released the final instalment of I Haven’t Done Shit This Year, a three-part documentary on the band in partnership with TIDAL.