Sam Fender Shares Final Track Ahead Of Seventeen Going Under Live Deluxe Edition Release

Sam Fender has shared the final track ahead of the release of Seventeen Going Under Live Deluxe Edition on 9th December through Polydor Records.
The track itself was first shared on the day of the Finsbury Park show in London back in July, and was performed live later that evening. 
Check out the visualiser for ‘Alright (Live From Finsbury Park)’.

Alongside the live record, two new tracks feature on the deluxe edition including Wild Grey Ocean which is streaming now. Recorded during the original album sessions, it was held back for this future release. A second unheard track, Little Bull of Blithe, will be shared with release of the album on 9th December.
The album will be released as a standalone double coloured vinyl. It will also feature on a “Live Deluxe Edition” of Seventeen Going Under on double CD, including the B-sides and two new tracks.
Fans can pre-order the Finsbury Park vinyl or Live Deluxe Edition of Seventeen Going Under on CD via the following link.

Enslaved Announce New Record, ‘Heimdal’

Bergen visionaries Enslaved are proud to announce their 16th studio album, Heimdal, set to be released on March 3rd 2023, via Nuclear Blast Records. The news is accompanied by the release of a blistering new single, ‘Congelia‘.

Enslaved’sIvar Bjørnson & Grutle Kjellson commented,
“It’s quite weird, yet pretty awesome that we are now talking about the release of our 16th album; yes our 16th full-length album release. That’s not too shabby for a couple of scallywags from rural western Norway, is it? If you count our stint in the short lived Phobia-act, we have been playing together for no less than 32 years! 

In all these years, Norse mythology has been our umbilical cord to the realms of mysticism and philosophy, and our gateway to the realms of deep psychology and the esoteric worlds beyond. One of the most fascinating characters of our mythology is HEIMDAL, and he has been lurking around in our minds like an enigma for three decades now. His first appearance was in a song called ‘Heimdallr’ on our demo tape ‘Yggdrasill’ back in 1992, and he’s had both minor and more significant roles in our lyrical universe over the years.

This time we have decided to dedicate an entire body of work to this most enigmatic of characters and richest of archetypes – we give you ‘HEIMDAL’. We have reached deeper and scouted further ahead than ever before – the past, present and future sound of the band comes together in songs born from sheer inspiration – it is the common force of a close-nit group of friends and musicians.”

Check out the video for ‘Mongolia’ below.

Sophie Lloyd Releases New Track, ‘Do Or Die’

Gearing up for her debut record, artist Sophie Lloyd whom you might know from tours with MGK is now focusing on her own music.

The debut effort, ‘Imposter Syndrome’ is set to be released in 2023 and will feature some guests.

Sophie had this to say about it:

“I can finally say that I have new music coming! All my music before was instrumental, so this is a very special release for me as it includes vocals, and some of the people we’ve worked with are people I used to have as posters on my wall as a kid, so it feels very full circle. It’s something that I have been working on before the first lockdown, and to be here talking about it feels amazing.”

And she has shared the first taste of it right now. 

That taste is ‘Do or Die’, which features Inglorious frontman, Nathan James. It’s a rip-roaring piece of old school hard rock shredding, perfectly executed alongside Nathan’s soulful tones. it’s a head-banger, and only the tip of the iceberg of what is to come.

Sophie had this to say about the collaboration:

I am so happy to be sharing my first single from the album with Nathan James. I have been following his music for many years and he just has the most incredible voice and did such an amazing job on bringing this track to life. I’m so grateful he was able to take part! I remember getting the rough vocals back from Nathan while I was away in LA, and we were just blasting it out of the car on the freeway. That’s when I knew this would be the first single to be released from my album.”

And Nathan added this:

“It was great working with Sophie on this track. I was sent the track without lyrics or melody and I wanted to write something that made sense, as if Sophie were saying it herself. The album title Imposter Syndrome helped steer me in the direction I took it lyrically. I think it’s a fun song and I really hope we get to do it live someday soon.”

Check out ‘Do Or Die’ below.

Graphic Nature Announce Debut Record, ‘a mind waiting to die’

Graphic Nature have announced the details of their debut record, ‘a mind waiting to die’.

The record is set to drop on Rude Records on February 17th 2023.

Vocalist Harvey Freeman had this to say about it:

“This is our debut album. We wrote the entirety of the record during lockdown when things were at their darkest. A lot of the lyrical content stems from personal experience and challenges with mental health and isolation.

“Each song has a different subject, much like our previous tracks. We dive deep into depression, thoughts that lead you to a very dark place, frustration, sensory overload, anxiety, trauma, relationship issues etc. It’s a lot to take in and we’ve portrayed it in what we believe to be a perfect representation of how our heads process these things: pure anger over heavy riffs and drum beats. It’s what we do.”

Check out the Cover Art, Tracklisting and more below.

01. 404
02. Sour
03. Into The Dark
04. Killing Floor
05. Sleepless
06. White Noise
07. 90
08. Bad Blood
09. Twisted Fear
10. Headstone
11. Death Wish
12. A Twin
13. The Downpour

They’ve shared a new song as well, and it is a twisted one. 

Written from the mind of someone who wants to do despicable things, it is a crushing, discomforting piece of mind-melting aggression. 

Harvey had this to say about it:

“Killing floor is an interesting song. I wrote the lyrics in a completely different style to any song we’ve ever written before. Usually I write about things that I go through in day to day life, emotions that I struggle with. But this track is very different, I wrote the song from the perspective of a wannabe serial killer…someone that isn’t seen by the public eye but craves the attention and thrill of the consequences that come with killing another human being.

Check out ‘Killing Floor’ below.

Waterparks Reveal Tracklisting Of Upcoming Record

We’ve been having new info on Waterparks upcoming record piece by piece and as exciting as it’s been, it’s been a little agonising hasn’t it?

We don’t know what’s going to come next but now we actually do!

The tracklisting has now been revealed!

In a tweet, the band stated simply, ‘THE NEW WATERPARKS ALBUM IS FINISHED’.

While there is not release date, nor a title this will have to do…. for now.


A Cure For Love Release New LP, ‘Birds, Beasts, Trees, Flowers’

Alternative rock powerhouse A Cure For Love released their new LP, “Birds, Beasts, Trees, Flowers,” out on all digital streaming platforms NOW. “Light, airy, smile-inducing and energetic,” according to GBHBL, is the best way to describe this indie-esque body of work.

Their promotional singles “Cafeteria Harrison” and “Anor Londo” hyped up new and existing audiences, giving them a peek into the soul that the LP would exude. It isn’t too common for alternative-based bands to bring so much raw emotion to their lyricism and melodies, but A Cure For Love accomplish it seamlessly. “Birds, Beasts, Trees, Flowers” is an endearing one – an album that you truly don’t want to avoid.

Their music could be described as a mix of rock, emo, and indie, but most people can’t put their finger on it. With a love of all things nerdy, they incorporate references to pop culture and their musical influences into many of their songs. Their personalities are welcoming and they strive to find friends every chance they get; the opportunity to meet people is far greater since they bridge musical gaps. A Cure for Love’s second full length album Birds, Beasts, Trees, Flowers will bring people together.

Stream, ‘Bords, Beasts, Trees, Flowers’ via your preferred streaming service.

Banji Releases Debut Record, ‘Freshcakes’

Utrecht quartet Banji have release debut album Freshcakes via [PIAS] Recordings.  

Freshcakes showcases the brand of indie-pop the quartet have been cultivating over the last year or so, harnessing the power of technicolour fun against a greyscale world. This upbeat sound belies the darker themes explored however – frontman Morris Brandt elaborates on how it has been a cathartic process for him and the band: 

“Banji’s songwriting has always reflected my surroundings and environment. Big themes of this album are struggling with adulthood, self-worth and self-esteem, mental health and frustrations, addiction, and finding your own self-discipline and maturity over time. The lyrics that flowed out of me throughout the making of Freshcakes tend to be built around introverted thoughts, personal social situations, and subjects that I find difficult to dissect. Stressful feelings about mistakes made, expectations unfulfilled, and the guilt that surrounds that. At a young age I’ve learned to use music as an output for frustration and stress. The main thing that I wanted to do with this record was find a place for those feelings and letting them go, kind of like therapy in a way.” 

1. Freshcakes
3. Chills
4. Listen
5. Dogbreath
6. Tired
8. Hothead
9. Lazy
10. Loudmouth
11. Waiting For U
12. Chatterbox
13. Maybe 

Stream ‘Freshcakes’ via your preferred service.

Circa Survive Confirm ‘Indefinite Hiatus’ Announce New Record

Circa Survive have some news. 

The band have confirmed that they are going on an indefinite hiatus. 

You can read a statement on the subject below:

“Many of you have asked where things stand with us and to be totally transparent, our future is currently uncertain. For the time being, we’re considering Circa on an indefinite hiatus.

We want to thank you all for your love and support, especially over the last few years which were the hardest we have ever had to endure. Extra special thanks to the Creatures.

love and gratitude.”

And their last bit of news , they have one more release coming up!

‘Two Dreams’ is their new album that combines their last two EPs, ‘A Dream About Love’ and ‘A Dream About Death’.

it will be released on December 16 via Rise Records. 

The artwork looks like this:

01. Imposter Syndrome
02. Drift
03. Our Last Shot
04. Even Better
05. Gone For Good
06. Sleep Well
07. Electric Moose
08. Curitiba
09. Late Nap
10. Discount on Psychic Readings
11. Die on the West Coast
12. Buzzhenge

Pre-orders are available via the following link.

Ways Away Release New Record, ‘Torch Songs On Other People Records

Alternative-punk band Ways Away have released their sophomore album, Torch Songs, on Other People Records. Produced and mixed by Beau Burchell (Saosin) and mastered by Mike Kalajian at Rogue Planet, the eleven tracks on Torch Songs pack a punch – from fast, gritty punk tracks to more melodic numbers. A product of the pandemic, the record explores themes of anti-capitalism and living in the current state of the world, as well as approaching more personal moments about love and loss.

Check out the Cover Art and Tracklisting for ‘Torch Songs On Other People Records’

1. I Got Low
2. (I’m Not) Laughing With You
3. Heaven’s Lathe
4. Never Mind The Dog
5. Happy With What I Have
6. No Chance In Hell
7. The Only Living Boy In LA
8. Easy Fix
9. Burn Me Out
10. Pink Kerosene
11. Roll Back To You

Orders for the record can be made via the following link.

Boston Manor Release New Single, ‘Crocus’

Boston Manor’s have dropped their latest record ‘Datura’ is out now via SharpTone Records.

But that’s not all as the band have dropped a new music video for their latest single off the release, ‘Crocus’.

Vocalist Henry Cox says of the track: “Crocus is a song we’ve been trying to write for years. We always used to joke about writing a song that could be played in that club in The Matrix. I think this has been our best attempt, & we tried to portray that in the video. We’re very proud of both the song and the video, which was directed by our long time collaborator Zak Pinchin and choreographed by Kate Hannah & her team who managed to put together the full routine in only ten days. We’re going to be playing it live for the first time this week & I’m really looking forward to it.”

Check out the video for ‘Crocus’ below.


14 Oct – Cardiff Great Hall – UK 

16 Oct – Manchester Academy – UK 

17 Oct – Glasgow Barrowland – UK 

19 Oct – Leeds O2 Academy – UK 

20 Oct – Brighton Dome – UK 

22 Oct – London O2 Academy Brixton – UK 

23 Oct – Southampton O2 Guildhall – UK 

24 Oct – Antwerp Trix – Belgium 

26 Oct – Berlin Columbiahalle – Germany 

27 Oct – Munich Tonhalle – Germany 

29 Oct – Hamburg Ziltphilharmonie – Germany 

31 Oct – Cologne Palladium – Germany 

01 Nov – Utrecht Tivoli Vredenburg – Netherlands 


14 Oct – Cardiff HMV @ 1pm

15 Oct – Banquet Records – SOLD OUT

16 Oct – Manchester HMV @ 1pm

17 Oct – Glasgow HMV @ 1pm

19 Oct – Leeds HMV @ 1pm

20 Oct – Brighton HMV @ 1pm