Sophie Colette – ‘Would You Like It?’

A worthy contender for summer anthem of the year, Sophie Colette’s ‘Would You Like It?’ celebrates the realisation of falling in love in a refreshing, atmospheric new video.

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Edinburgh’s Dancing On Tables Releases New Single ‘Black’

Edinburgh-based five-piece pop rock band Dancing On Tables have come out with single ‘Black’, an undeniably youthful production.

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The Soft Spots – ‘Goodbye Again’

Philadelphia indie pop band The Soft Spots have released the video for their latest song, ‘Goodbye Again’. A dreamy wave of synth-rock, the song is the follow-up to ‘Going Soft’.

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REMZ – ‘Where You Belong’

Peruvian indie-pop artist REMZ is on a mission. After two years of hard work, his new single ‘Where You Belong’ has landed him a contract with major international telecommunications conglomerate Movistar as their principal song for one year. Previous artists of the same accomplishment include Neon Trees and The Killer, but officially REMZ is the very first Peruvian artist to ever be featured on such a scale, he is taking the opportunity to inspire others to follow their dreams and set the right example for the youth of today.

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Indie-Pop Heroes The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart Release ‘The Echo Of Pleasure’

After three critically-acclaimed records New York band PAINS OF BEING PURE AT HEART announces its fourth album, The Echo of Pleasure, due 1st September on the band’s own Painbow label.

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THE PENELOPES ‘Leave Them All Behind’ Deluxe EP

The Penelopes’ new EP, ‘Leave Them All Behind’, evokes the sound of the 80s and 90s, with strong synths and drums.

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NEW THRILLS – The Primitives Release Four-Track 10″ Single Follow-Up To 2014’s Spin-O-Rama Album

The Primitives are back with their first new music since 2014 album Spin-O-Rama. Now signed to Madrid-based Elefant Records, the band have been riding a wave…

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The Big East – ‘Hungry Ghosts’

‘Hungry Ghosts’ is the second album by Canadian band, The Big East, and is available through Amazon.

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PUNCHING ABOVE HIS WEIGHT – Mark Nevin On Bowie, Morrissey And Finding His Voice As A Solo Artist

It’s not often you get to talk to someone who’s had a number one single and double platinum album, had a song covered by David…

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GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT – Salient Braves Release New EP Ahead of Crowdfunded Debut Album

Barnsley indie band Salient Braves have released a new EP while looking for backing for the release of their debut album due out next year. Heavily influenced…

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BRUM DANCING – Birmingham C86-ers Mighty Mighty Release First New Music In 28 Years

Less that a week after our interview with one C86 alumnus in The Wedding Present’s David Gedge, another of the bands on that hallowed…

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King No-One Release New Video for single, ‘ALCATRAZ’

The up and coming indie-pop quartet King No-One have revealed their exciting video for new single ‘Alcatraz’ which is out now.

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YOU CAN’T MOAN CAN YOU? – David Gedge On More Than 30 Years As Leader Of The Wedding Present

In the annals of Indie rock, David Gedge is one of the last great survivors. While other great hopes and next big things crash…

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Charlyn Releases Debut Single ‘Marylise’

Swiss singer/songwriter Charlyn releases a stunning first single, ‘Marylise’, off her upcoming debut EP.

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New Salient Braves EP - They Must Have Seen Me Coming

NORTHERN SOULS – Barnsley’s Salient Braves Kick Up The ’80s On New Five-Track EP

Salient Braves’ shambling sound is shot through with nostalgia, reviving the spirit of the ’80s for the social media generation.

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Raindear debuts album ‘Embers’

We can only wait in anticipation and excitement for Swedish starlet, Raindear, to release her debut album, ‘Embers’, an exquisite mix of electronic ambience, eastern-instrumentation, and subtle pop hook melodies.

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