Interview: Aussie alt-rockers The Faim on their first trip to the UK

Frontman Josh Raven chats about the band’s recent UK shows and what it’s like recording your debut single with Pete Wentz. Perth, Australia’s newest export, The Faim have been making quite the waves on their recent trip to the UK with support slots on Lower Than Atlantis’ tour, PVMNTS’s tour, their own headline shows as well as festival performances at Slam Dunk Festival. Later this … Continue reading Interview: Aussie alt-rockers The Faim on their first trip to the UK

Interview: The Homeless Gospel Choir on touring and the inclusiveness of punk

Feeling overwhelmed by the current state of the world? Folk punk singer The Homeless Gospel Choir is here to make you feel understood. Derek Zanetti, also known as The Homeless Gospel Choir, is a protest singer, author and artist based out of Pittsburgh, PA. Through his on-stage humor and vulnerability, Derek creates an atmosphere of inclusion and community. His latest record, The Homeless Gospel Choir Presents: … Continue reading Interview: The Homeless Gospel Choir on touring and the inclusiveness of punk

Interview: Normandie talk about signing to new label and their latest album

Swedish rockers Normandie have just signed to Easy Life Records and released the Gold Edition of their album Inguz.  Easy life are the label that’s home to Lower Than Atlantis, Arcane Roots, Waterparks and more, and now they’ve welcomed the four Swedes into their roster. After a huge response following the release of their debut album Inguz, Normandie have now released an extended edition of the critically … Continue reading Interview: Normandie talk about signing to new label and their latest album

Interview: Ben Marwood on his new album, going back to performing live and more

The Reading-based folk singer released his latest record Get Found just last year.  Ever since picking up the guitar in 2004, troubadour Ben Marwood has made his way into the hearts of folk-loving music fans across the UK. In 2011 he released his debut album Outside There’s A Curse via Xtra Mile Recordings. And after plenty more touring, as well as playing with Frank Turner at the 2012 … Continue reading Interview: Ben Marwood on his new album, going back to performing live and more

Interview: Liv Austen talks about new music, playing C2C and more

If you haven’t been listening to Liv Austen’s infectious pop-Americana – it’s about time you start!  Liv Austen’s 2018 has been off to a great start with new music, performances at Country To Country Festival and lots of shows across London. Just last year, the Norwegian-born singer-songwriter made a splash in the UK country and Americana scene with her single The Next Time. Written with Jessica Sharman … Continue reading Interview: Liv Austen talks about new music, playing C2C and more

Interview: Ryan Kinder chats C2C, UK country music and more

American singer-songwriter Ryan Kinder  The Knoxville-born and Alabama-raised country singer just recently visited the UK for the first time to play Country To Country Festival as well as a few shows as part of the C2C Roadshow. Kinder has co-written with some of Nashville’s most successful writers, including Josh Osborne, Ashley Gorley, Ross Copperman, Tom Douglas and Luke Sheets, and has shared the stage with … Continue reading Interview: Ryan Kinder chats C2C, UK country music and more

Interview: The Gospel Youth chat new music and touring the world

Having just completed their UK tour with Aussie pop-punks Tonight Alive, The Gospel Youth chat about new music, always being on tour and why you shouldn’t eat two-day old chicken.  Formed in 2014, The Gospel Youth have previously shared stages with the likes of We Are The Ocean, Mallory Knox, Deaf Havana, Hands Like Houses and many more. In 2016 the band launched a campaign … Continue reading Interview: The Gospel Youth chat new music and touring the world

Paceshifters talk new album and touring the UK

Ahead of their headline show at Camden Assembly last week, Paceshifters chat about Waiting To Derail, touring with Frank Iero and playing shows in the UK. Earlier this year Dutch alt-rockers Paceshifters released their latest album Waiting To Derail via Hassle Records just after touring the UK with MCR guitarist Frank Iero in November. Now as they embarked on their own headline tour throughout British cities, Seb, Paul … Continue reading Paceshifters talk new album and touring the UK

Nervus – Everything Dies

Nervus’ newest LP is out this Friday and you should definitely take a listen!  The first new record since 2016’s Permanent Rainbows marks a step forward for the British alt rockers fronted by talented songwriter Em Foster who pours her heart and soul into every drop of this record. Scheduled for release on 9 March via Big Scary Monster Records, Everything Dies was recorded and produced by … Continue reading Nervus – Everything Dies

Glass Peaks share new single ‘(Don’t) Ask Me To Dance’

The trio’s new track is heavier and some of the rawest stuff they’ve done to date.  (Don’t) Ask Me To Dance is the latest release from London/Kent trio Glass Peaks. This song see’s the boys take a dramatic shift in dynamic from their previous material to uncover richer, darker and more aggressive undertones. This release takes the dainty and delicate elements of previous production work … Continue reading Glass Peaks share new single ‘(Don’t) Ask Me To Dance’