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Once the chorus arrives, it’s oddly serene and not the crescendo we expected, but it’s still as catchy as hell.
‘Summer’ is the follow up to Ego Honey’s debut track, ‘Seventeen,’ and it’s as far from their debut songs folky roots as the band could hope to be.
When a band find out the day before their debut single release that their track is somehow already available to download, they must be safe in the knowledge that at least they’re on to something that’s well worth being heard.
When Heavy Waves’ debut single ‘Edward’ dropped, it was one of those tunes that could either make or break the band.
Sweltering guitars meet refreshingly cool vocals for a mellow summertime song that’ll have you hooked in no time.
The first track released by Sunrise Over Europe since their debut album We Raised the Flames and Built a City on the Ashes is a cacophonous maritime roar and the first step towards what appears to be a new direction for the band.
Superfood are Supergood.
If ‘Tame Me’ was the exciting new kid in town, ‘In The City’ would be it’s enigmatic (and infinitely cooler) older sibling. And we’re already a little bit in love.
The Grafham Water Sailing Club have created a unique and interesting sound which has given the ever growing Midlands music scene an added burst of variety.
Joe Evans could well be the love child of Alex Turner and Miles Kane, if that were biologically possible.