The Amazons have been taking the world by storm since their self-titled debut album release in May 2017.
Following up their debut My Love Is Cool, late last month Wolf Alice released their second album, Visions of a Life.
Working their way up the pecking order from a support act band to the headline spot, there’s no stopping Anteros from becoming your new favourite band.
Being Mercury Prize nominees for their debut album Love In The 4th Dimension, there are high expectations when seeing The Big Moon live.
Superfood have well and truly defeated all odds.
The band on everybody’s lips right now is none other than Pale Waves, a delightfully talented four-piece from Manchester.
With how successful their debut album WhiteNoise was, the stakes were high for PVRIS when it came to writing and recording the follow-up. No band wants to fall into the so-called “sophomore slump” so PVRIS have been hard at work, resulting in the highly-anticipated All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell.
As Kesha releases her long-anticipated fourth album Rainbow, onlookers are reminded of a phoenix rising from the ashes. The awful things she has faced have been no secret, and yet she remains as determined as ever to show the world who she really is— not who she was forced to be before, but instead her true, unapologetic self.
Music fans from all over Europe are counting down the days eagerly until TRNSMT, a brand new festival taking place the second weekend of July in the heart of Glasgow.
Parklife may not be as much of a household name as Glastonbury or Reading & Leeds, but it’s seen many young artists and bands successfully cut their teeth in its seven years of existence.
If you think about it, The 1975 have always had every intention of going back to their roots.
It’s no secret that sometimes, a person’s reckless ambition gets the better of them.
All Your Happy Life is the second album by Brighton-rockers, The Wytches.