power pop

The Fangs Of The Dodo release music video for new single “Crime of the Century”

Wanted criminal outfit The Fangs Of The Dodo have released exclusive footage of them committing the “Crime of the Century”!

Using funds stolen from the National Treasury to commission their latest single release, “Crime of the Century” has now been confirmed as the first in a collection of five songs that will be unleashed upon the general public on April 3rd, 2020.

Watch the video for “Crime of the Century” below.

Jonny Polonsky to release new studio album “Kingdom of Sleep” on March 6th 2020

American singer-songwriter, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist and producer Jonny Polonsky has announced his new album “Kingdom of Sleep”, scheduled for release on March 6th, 2020.

Ahead of that, he presents the lead single “The Weeping Souls” - listen to the new track below. Self-produced by Polonsky, this album was mixed and mastered by Mike Tholen (Chris Connelly, Revolting Cocks).

The 1865 reveal new official video for “John Brown’s Gat”

Groundbreaking NYC-based nouveau-punk collective The 1865 present their fascinating new video for “John Brown’s Gat”. This single can be found on their debut album “Don’t Tread On We!”, released via Mass Appeal Records. This follows up the earlier released singles “Buckshot” and “Get Out”. Directed by Hectah, the new video combines  illustrations by Honeychild Coleman, visuals and text from old newspapers, and stylized imagery of the band members themselves.

Nervus share music video for new single “Fake”

Alternative punk outfit Nervus have dropped “Fake” - the final track from their brand-new album “Tough Crowd”, out on September 27th, via Big Scary Monsters (UK) and Get Better Records (US). 

The accompanying video stars Milk Teeth’s Becky Blomfield, alongside Em Foster, lead vocalist of Nervus, and encourages fans to enter a competition to win test pressings and merch by creating their own video for the track using thehashtag #beyourownnervus.

Sebastian Straw to release debut solo album “Welcome Yesterday” on October 18th 2019

Straddling the fine line between indie rock and Britpop, Sebastian Straw presents his new single “My Friend”, a catchy song that foreshadows the album “Welcome Yesterday”, to be released in mid-October via Seahorse Recordings.

His lyrics are both emotional and serious. “My Friend” tells the story of a  dear and trusted comrade - both humble and  stubborn, vying to face his  difficulties alone, silently declining any help from his friends.

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Nervus share music video for new single “They Don’t”

Alternative punk outfit Nervus have shared the second track from their brand-new album “Tough Crowd”, out on September 27th, 2019, Big Scary Monsters; “They Don’t” is a tirade on the UK government’s investment in policing, and lead vocalist Em Foster’s own experiences with the police. The band have also announced a string of UK and US dates, including a main support slot at Pup's Electric Ballroom show in London, and a stop at The Fest in Gainesville, USA.