Swedish indie rock band Big No No have released the latest part of a new album in the works, a track titled ‘Hold Your Horses’. Following up their self-titled debut album in 2022, the four-man army have started work on a new piece expected to be released some time next year – a piece that explores lighter tones compared to the aforementioned 2022 release, which contained elements of 90s indie rock.
Earlier this year, on the 9th of June, the Australia-based alt-rock band Cosmo Blue released their latest single (third overall), titled ‘Sweet Moments’. The song is a brilliant throwback to the 80s, reminding us of the styles that gave rise to music as we know it today, while also providing a pleasant listening experience for anyone – it’s a song anyone can pick up and get into in just a couple seconds.
Joe Carnall has been a reluctant figurehead of the indie rock scene in his hometown of Sheffield for over a decade, with his band Milburn. Wanting to explore a different area, he set out with the help of close friend Matt Helders, himself no stranger to the music of Sheffield, as drummer, vocalist, songwriter, and founding member of Arctic Monkeys. The result – Good Cop Bad Cop, and the project’s self-titled, 11 track album, written by Carnall and produced by Helders.