James Newman has today unveiled the stunning video for his UK Eurovision Song Contest 2020 entry ‘My Last Breath’. The track premiered on BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 2 this morning. Shot in Sněžka, a mountain on the border between Czech Republic and Poland, the video for ‘My Last Breath’ is directed by Charlie Lightening (Director of Liam Gallagher’s ‘As It Was’ Documentary) and features Dutch Athlete Wim ‘The IceMan’ Hoff, famous for creating the “Wim Hoff Method” of breathing, on an extreme journey of adversary through the mountains, echoed by James’ beautifully raw vocals.
Five piece boyband Roadtrip are made up of Andy Fowler, Rye Beaumont, Sonny Robertson, Brooklyn Wyatt and Jack Duff. The British/Irish band, who have been together since 2016, have opened a new online merchandise store, which includes new merch. This means that their many international fans will now also have access to the same merch as fans in the UK and Ireland.
Multi-faceted singer songwriter Rhys Lewis shares his powerful single ‘Be Your Man’, today 25th October.
Currently on tour in the US supporting Julia Michaels, Rhys will embark on his biggest ever UK and Eire headline tour this autumn, including a date a London’s EartH on 25th November, closing out a successful year that has taken him across the world.
There’s something ironic in the fact that Leicester’s Diesel Park West have named their latest single, ‘Scared Of Time’. The band formed in 1980, and their debut album, ‘Shakespeare Alabama’, was released in 1989. Their ninth studio album, ‘Let It Melt’, from which comes ‘Scared Of Time’, came out on September 13 this year.