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Exploring Birdsong releases animated video for new single “The Baptism”

New progressive trio Exploring Birdsong have released a video for their single “The Baptism”, marking one year as a band and since the first release of the track, their debut single.

Animated by Emmett Elvin of psychedelic rock band Knifeworld, the stunning new video can be seen below.

Exploring Birdsong are a unique proposition: Matt Harrison on drums, Jonny Knight on bass/second keys, and completed by Lynsey Ward on piano and vocals. Pop sensibilities and soulfully gorgeous singing meet progressive compositions, reminiscent of Iamthemorning, Steven Wilson, Kate Bush and more.

Verity White releases music video for new single “Fade Away (Ian’s song)”

“Fade Away (Ian’s song)” is the brand new single from award-winning singer Verity White.

Released on October 5th, the single is a classic rock-ballad in structure and feel, this song uses Verity’s usual blend of rock riffs with synth highlights and is carried by her inspiring, true message and powerfully moving vocals.

Verity’s live reputation is blossoming and her CV includes a headline appearance at the prestigious Pizza Express show in London.

Watch the video below.

Steve Perry releases music video for new single “No More Cryin’”

Following the release of his first new music in nearly a quarter of a century, the iconic singer-songwriter Steve Perry offers another glimpse into his highly-anticipated album “Traces” sharing the brand-new single “No More Cryin’”.

Co-written by Steve Perry and Dan Wilson (Semisonic, Adele), the track is a soulful reflection on isolation and love. Watch the performance video for “No More Cryin’” below.

Hank Erix to release debut solo album “Nothing but Trouble” on October 5th 2018

Hank Erix, the frontman of the Swedish AOR band Houston, has released a new single and music video for “Fortune Hunter”, the track is taken of his first solo album “Nothing but Trouble”, to be out on October 5th, 2018, via Livewire/Cargo Records UK.

The video can be viewed below.

The Guess Who to release new studio album “The Future is What It Used to Be” on September 14th 2018

The Guess Who is responsible for countless rock classics, which still retain a major presence on rock radio - “American Woman”, “No Time”, “These Eyes”, etc.

The band is set to return on September 14th, 2018, with their latest album, “The Future is What It Used to Be”, released via Cleopatra Records (available in CD, Vinyl, and Digital formats).

Glass Tiger return to the UK for two concerts in October 2018

The iconic 80s Canadian rock band Glass Tiger, best known for their 1986 UK Top 40 hit single “Don’t Forget Me (When I'm Gone)” and 1991’s “My Town” (ft. Rod Stewart), return to the first time in 27 years to play two rare concerts.

This is the first time the band will play the UK since they last supported Roxette on their 1991 nationwide UK tour.

Glass Tiger play the University of London Union on Friday 19th October, followed Rockingham Festival at Nottingham Trent University on Sunday 21st October.

INK. live in Nottingham, UK 2018


So let’s get to it the band INK., a three peace band from various parts of the UK enter the stage and open with “Fever” from the band’s debut EP “Heaven”; the vocalist Todd reminds me of Marc Bolan from T-Rex tall, slim and fluffy hair but his voice is in a lower key maybe even darker, by the way I can tell the band gel that they fit together.

Dark Stares release music video for new single “Sweet Rider 5”

Dark Stares have created a powerful sound that pulls from a slew of areas, spanning from Muse, Wolfmother, and Royal Blood, through to Led Zeppelin and The Beatles.

The highly-rated alt-rock combo release their spectacular debut album, “Darker Days are here to Stay”, on Friday 11th May.

In anticipation, the foursome have just dropped a new video for “Sweet Rider 5” - watch it below.