Brooklyn indie-pop oddbods YEASAYER are back with a new album in the spring, and the first taste of that is I Am Chemistry – an almost-familiar burst of psychedelia.
Leeds fuzzy alt-pop four-piece BRUISING have released their debut double A-side single Emo Friends/Honey. Check out the video here.
Leeds band NARCS have just dropped the video for new single Blue Bags – a politically-charged banger, and a taste of what’s to come from their second album.
Glaswgow band TWIN ATLANTIC played a Dr. Martens Stand For Something Tour show at the Brudenell Social Club in Leeds. Check out Heart And Soul (Live) here.
Check out The 1975’s video for hot new tune Love Me. It’s the Girls video on E-numbers as Matty channels his inner Michael Hutchence, all leather pants and sass.
Following the 30-second teaser during The X Factor last weekend, ADELE has revealed hot new tune Hello from her third album 25. Watch the video here.
Missouri punks RADKEY have dropped an incredible mind-bending, face-melting claymation video for new tune Glore ahead of their UK tour later this month.
Watch the video for VITAMIN’s new single To Believe ahead of their new monthly residency at the Brudenell in Leeds, which kicks off on Tuesday, October 13.
Leeds alt-rock outfit ESPER SCOUT are releasing their new single In Foreign on October 16 and have filmed an impressive one-shot video to go with it.
North London wonderkids WOLF ALICE have released a gory video for new single You’re A Germ, complete with zombies, axe-weilding maniac, and scary-ass clown.
OLIVER PINDER has just revealed the fairly bleak video for Dear – the lead track from his forthcoming debut EP, Island Rain (out March 22). Check it out.
“Let’s do something English,” urge Leeds four-piece MARSICANS in this ace new tune.
They’ve been away for a while busy working on new material and this is just a taste of what’s to come. Sounding not unlike a fired-up Mystery Jets, Something English is a colourful riot of falsetto harmonies,
And the accompanying video is a quirky delight. And we love the cheeky refusal of Marmite – something this band will rarely be compared with. You’ve just got to love Marsicans.