indie pop

The Crooks sign worldwide deal with Golden Robot Records

The Crooks might just be the band to steal more than your attention they might just steal your soul, a case of grand larceny at its finest.

The Crooks are a 5-Piece Indie rock band hailing from Chesterfield, England previously best known for the famous crooked spire of the Church of St Mary and All Saints but that has changed. The Crooks have replaced the Crooked (from the Crooked spire) as the most admired attraction in Chesterfield.

HAiG release new single “Did I Just Make You Smile?”

HAiG release their new single “Did I Just Make You Smile?”, today, via Golden Robot Records.

Having recently signed to Golden Robot Records U.K. Rock Act HAiG are a band that will inject precious life into the music scene! After all, the industry can never get enough cutting-edge and cultured rock music and that is exactly what HAiG deliver.

Stream & buy “Did I Just Make You Smile?” here.

Neck Deep to release new studio album “All Distortions are Intentional” on July 24th 2020

Neck Deep have officially invited fans to join them on their next journey with today’s announcement of their highly anticipated fourth album “All Distortions are Intentional”.

No mere collection of songs, “All Distortions are Intentional” is conceptually rich, with themes of disconnection, existential confusion, and the search for meaning. Due out on July 24th, 2020, via Hopeless Records.
 

Supersonic Festival to take place in Digbeth, Birmingham, in July 2020

Building on the success of last year's sell-out edition, Supersonic Festival organisers, Capsule continue their voyage of discovery - now twenty years strong - celebrating heaviness in a variety of forms, and adapting in order to stay relevant. Their evolution continues with an exciting move to a new home in the outer edges of Digbeth, Birmingham.
 

Heart Of Gold releases music video for new single “See Through”

Manchester’s synth pop artist Heart Of Gold are currently on the road in the UK as support to South Carolina shoegazers Hundreth, having joined the tour in Manchester last Sunday and ending the run in London on the 17th of February.

Today, the solo project of, Being As An Ocean guitarist, Michael McGough has released a video for soaring new track “See Through”, via SharpTone Records. 

Answering Machine sign with Wiretap Records and share music video for “Bad Luck”

Answering Machine released their first single “Bad Luck”, taken from their same title upcoming album, out on April 17th, 2020, via Wiretap Records

Regarding the new single, the band says: “A song that commiserates in tough times. "Bad Luck" is there with a hug, a tall boy, and a little reminder to keep going”.

Don’t Believe In Ghosts to release new single “Living Like This” on February 21st 2020

Don’t Believe In Ghosts complete new album and line up a series of new singles for 2020. The band will kick everything off with the infectious and anthemic single “Living Like This” on February 21st, 2020.

“Everyone is trying to present these exciting versions of themselves, which we all know are not real. Yet, we sometimes feel compelled to compete. This mindset is very distracting”, Steven Nathan says when describing the lyrics to “Living Like This”.

The Deadnotes release music video for new single “Never Perfect”

Freiburg, Germany-based indie-punks The Deadnotes are pleased to share the latest single from their forthcoming album “Courage”, which is out on February 14th, 2020, through their own newly-established label 22Lives Records.

Watch the video for “Never Perfect” below. Stream & download the single here.

Heart To Heart signs with InVogue Records and releases music video for new single “Insufferable”

California based Heart To Heart have signed with InVogue Records. The band will be releasing a new single this month along with an EP in the coming months.

Check out the music video for the first single, “Insufferable”, below. You can pre-save the new single here.

Quiet is nice. Quiet is comfortable. But quiet is dangerous, too - because quiet is the perfect disguise for a revolution.