Brighton indie-punks Harker are delighted to announce their debut album ‘No Discordance’ which is set for release on Friday 9th February 2018. To celebrate, the band are streaming a new track titled ‘300 Cigarettes’ which you can hear here.
'Everything Dies' was recorded and produced by Bob Cooper (Citizen, Nai Harvest, Kamikaze Girls) and Em Foster at Crooked Rain Studios in Leeds. The album weaves a tapestry of deeply personal, heartfelt lyrics, portraying the mental, physical, and existential journey of transition and acceptance. Accompanied by a captivating score, injected with emotive, punk dynamics, and with the added misdirect of a pop-tinged demeanour, 'Everything Dies' will seep into every fibre of your being.
- by Christophe Vanheygen
Good god. Has it ever occurred to you that in a mere three years, Converge will celebrate its 30th anniversary?
London indie-punk trio Happy Accidents are pleased to announce their return with their second album Everything But The Here And Now set for release on 16th February 2018 via Alcopop! Records.
To celebrate the news the band are sharing a brand new split video which showcases not one, but TWO, of the brilliant new singles from the record – ‘Wait it Out’ and ‘A Better Plan’ – which are both available to stream and purchase now via all good digital retailers.
Aberdeen, Scotland-based rock band COLD YEARS are pleased to announce they will return next year with a brand new EP titled Northern Blue set for release on 2nd March 2018.
Milwaukee’s Fox Face recently released their debut album “Spoil + Destroy” via Dirtnap Records and as soon as you hear the explosive, surf-y opening track “(What You’re) Good For”, you know this is