“The song “Uneven Days” attempts to explore the depths of how dependent we can become on other people for our own sense of wholeness and stability,” singer and songwriter Ben Harper says of his latest song.
Foxing are playing a run of European and UK live dates this month which includes shows in London and Brighton as well as a slot at the Latitude Festival. on 19th July.
London's Dry Cleaning today announce their much-anticipated debut EP - "Sweet Princess" - set for release on 16th August on the It's OK label. This release continues a period of activity from the band who despite having no music online, have already seen significant interest as early headline shows and a tour in support of NYC's Bodega quickly marked out Dry Cleaning as possessing something entirely different to the rest of the pack.
Italian alt-rockers Sunday Morning are back with a summery new video. The song ‘Power’ is taken from the band’s new album Four, which is out this month.
The Mechanicals Band was formed in 2016 (originally The Rude Mechanicals Band) in response to a song writing competition at The RSC. An invitation to perform the songs on BBC Radio 3, live from The Other Place, Stratford-upon-Avon lead to the making of a Shakespearean themed album and the band has continued to grow from there creating new music inspired by and using words from poetry and literature.
The Allman Betts Band will release their debut album Down To The River on 12th July, 2019, The album was recorded at the Muscle Shoals Sound Studio and produced by Grammy Award winning Matt Ross-Spang. Peter Levin (Gregg Allman's Hammond B3 player) and Chuck Leavell (former Allman Brothers Band keyboardist and current Rolling Stones keyboardist) make special appearances on the record.
Kishi Bashi has just released a new video lifted from his superb new album 'Omoiyari' which, out now on Joyful Noise Records.
Lisa Hannigan is set to release a live album with the contemporary-classical orchestra, 's t a r g a z e' on 10th May, 2019.
The collaboration – which sees Lisa's wonderful music transformed into something cinematic and transfixing, has been taken to select festivals across Europe, and most recently graced the stages of London’s Barbican and Dublin’s National Concert Hall. Thankfully for those yet to experience the live show, the performance at the NCH last year was recorded.
The Essex Green are crossinsg the pond this May. In the band's own words, "The Essex Green are thrilled to be back in the land of our foremothers. The sandwiches are packed, the tea's in the flask, we've plenty of beer and gooseberry tarts. May there be panic on the streets of Norwich, Glasgow, Manchester and London. Let all the Russians and the Chinese and the Spanish do their fighting, we're going driving. See you soon!"
Formerly a duo, Tijuana-based psych band Mint Field are now a trio made up of Amor Amezcua, Estrella del Sol Sánchez & bass player Sebastian Neyra. Their new EP 'Mientras Esperas' is set for release tomorrow 1st March via Innovative Leisure, and the band are now sharing new single 'Vamos Rapido'