Glastonbury Repeat Performer, Lucy Spraggan, One Of Our Brightest Stars, Chats About Her New Single, ‘Flowers’, And A Personal Relaunch

Without any doubt, Lucy Spraggan is one of our brighter stars. Anyone that can release 5 albums in the past 9 years with an exciting sixth on the way early next year, play world famous Glastonbury twice, with this year’s third appearance sadly postponed, has certainly stood the most important first test for any artist, the test of time. That she should be more excited now about the future than feasibly at any time before, looking forward to a record she thinks might just be her best proves she has so much to give.

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Everyone Is Dirty – ‘Paper Cutout’

‘Paper Cutout’ is the first single and video from the upcoming new album, ‘eine kleine jukebox baby’ of Oakland California post-punk rock band, Everyone Is Dirty. The album is set for release on October 30.

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aliensdontringdoorbells Announce Their ‘Arrival’

aliansdontringdoorbells is a name which is turning heads all over the music industry – and not just because the name is awesome.

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Hēran Soun – ‘When You Wanted’

James Freeman-Turner’s nom de plume, Hēran Soun, comes with an interesting story. The artist was born with severe hearing loss, which became total loss over time. Freeman-Turner had a number of operations, as well as many years of speech therapy, and managed to regain both his hearing and his voice. The result has been an obsession with music, and a unique perspective on sound.

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Casual Fog – ‘Comin’ For Thee’

From Northern California comes Casual Fog, not a description of a weather formation, although they really do know their fogs up that way, having a variety of them, depending on whether you’re on the coast or in the valleys. But Casual Fog is the brainchild of Ryan Donnelly, who’s so far, over the past 15 years, released 9 albums and EPs. ‘Comin’ For Thee’, from the latest album, ‘In Still Delight’, which was released on September 18, rolls in stealthily, just like the fog in the band’s name, and before you know it, you’re completely subsumed.

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Grand Nathaniel – ‘Nightbird’

Grand Nathaniel is the new project from J Burton, who’s based in Lafayette, Louisiana. His new sound is very different from that of his previous band, FIGHTs, with Burton now planting his feet firmly in the Euro synth pop style popularised by bands in the 80s and 90s.

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Lucy Spraggan Today Releases ‘Flowers’ – First Single And Video From Upcoming Album ‘Choices’

No stranger to the spotlight, Lucy Spraggan is one of the UK’s most exciting and talented young, female singer songwriters today. Despite shooting to fame after only a short time on the primetime TV show X Factor, she found herself hitting the headlines and becoming a household name as a feisty, female champion for the LGBTQ community. However, Lucy has successfully retained respect from fans and critics alike as so much more than another reality celebrity. An accomplished musician, whose songs ooze with her personality and lyrical content full of humour, Lucy’s jaunty melodies will drop into your ears and bring a smile to your lips as you find yourself happily humming along at any hour of the day.

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Steps Release Video For New Single, ‘What The Future Holds’

Pop legends Steps – aka Claire, Faye, H, Lee and Lisa – have released the official video for their brand-new single What The Future Holds. The impressive, futuristic video, which was filmed pre-lockdown and directed by Max and Dania, encompasses the soul of Steps and features another striking, iconic dance routine. Watch the video below:

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Elvis Costello Releases ‘Hey Clockface/How Can You Face Me?’

Today sees the release of ‘Hey Clockface/How Can You Face Me?’, the fourth advance track from Elvis Costello’s upcoming album, ‘Hey Clockface’. The LP, which is Costello’s 32nd studio album since his 1977 debut with ‘My Aim Is True’, will be released by Concord Records on October 30. ‘Hey Clockface/How Can You Face Me?’ is available to stream and download.

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Steps Return With Brand New Album, 14 Date Arena Tour And New Single What The Future Holds

Three years after they staged the UK’s most successful comeback of the decade, enduring pop legends Steps – aka Claire, Faye, H, Lee and Lisa – return once again with their new album, ‘What The Future Holds’, to be released on November 27th 2020 and the sure-to-be epic, What The Future Holds 2021 Tour, starting in Sheffield on November 2nd 2021.

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The Struts & Robbie Williams Release ‘Strange Days’

British glam rockers The Struts released their stunning new single ‘Strange Days’ on September 2, featuring the incomparable pop legend Robbie Williams. It received its world exclusive first play on BBC Radio 2 and is the title track from the band’s upcoming third album, out next month.

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Eivør “Let It Come” Single Review

Eivør is an artist and creative force that is completely and unapologetically herself. While her latest single, “Let It Come”, has definitely been influenced by modern electronic and pop music, I would not be telling the whole story simply labelling her new song as such.

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Delta Spirit Release New Single, ‘The Pressure’

Delta Spirit have shared their new single, ‘The Pressure’ the latest track to be taken from their upcoming album ‘What Is There’, out on September 11th via New West Records. The track arrives alongside a video directed by Michael Parks Randa. The track can be listened to below:

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Jaco’s Latest Single ‘Weigh You’, From Upcoming Set ‘Dose’ Is A Breath Of Fresh Power-Pop Scented Air

Jake Waitzman, aka Jaco, gives us a breath of power-pop scented air as he drawls his way through ‘Weigh You’, his latest single, out now, taken from his forthcoming album, ‘Dose’. Set to come out on October 9, the album will be released via Cornelius Chapel Records.

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GREGORY PORTER ANNOUNCES THE #ALLRISEAWARDS!

Following the release of his stunning new album ‘All Rise’ last Friday, Gregory Porter is due to launch a new initiative to thank his fans, their friends, colleagues and families who have stepped up during the pandemic to perform acts of human kindness.

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Everyone Is My Friend: James Bourne Talks To Us About Life, His Music, And Upcoming Album ‘Safe Journey Home’

James Bourne is set to release his debut album, Safe Journey Home’, on October 23. Preceded by the single, ‘Everyone Is My Friend’, the Busted / Son Of Dork artist took some time to talk to Lisa about his music, his trans-continental lifestyle, and his friends – including Jedward.

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James Bourne Announces Release Of Debut Solo Album, ‘Safe Journey Home’

Set for release on October 23, ‘Safe Journey Home’ is the debut album from James Bourne, best known as the rhythm guitarist, keyboardist, and co-vocalist from Busted, and lead singer of Son Of Dork. The album is preceded by the single, ‘Everyone Is My Friend’, and the lyric video can be seen here.

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Brilliant New Video From Red Rum Club For Latest Song ‘Ballerino’

Following hot on the heels of beloved single and BBC Radio 2-playlisted, ‘Eleanor’, the world becomes a dancefloor in the hands of Liverpool six-piece Red Rum Club, as they release the second single, ‘Ballerino’ from their newly announced second album, ‘The Hollow of Humdrum’, which is set for release on 2 October.

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Erasure’s New Album ‘The Neon’ Takes Us To Wherever We Want To Be

Out today via Mute Records, Erasure’s album, ‘The Neon’, could be just as easily be a trip back in time, as much as it’s a contemporary album. It’s all about how you view it. Those of a certain age might be transported to the days of neon fingerless gloves, teased up hair like birds’ nests, and stirrup pants and Doc Martens (brogues or boots – your choice), paired with oversized painter shirts. But then again, it’s very much a contemporary album, touching on very modern themes. A lot of the issues of the 80s are revisited – albeit in slightly different form – today, and albums like ‘The Neon’ are what we needed then, and now, to take our minds off those things.

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Artist Raj Prasad Drops Music Video For ‘King of Hearts’

According to his social media accounts, Raj Prasad is all about positivity and love, and his latest single, ‘King Of Hearts’, certainly fits that. The new song comes in anticipation of Raj’s forthcoming album, ‘Versatile’, which is set for release next year. ‘King Of Hearts’ is accompanied by a music video shot by Tyler Casey.

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