Five O Five: ‘Where They Bring Sophie’

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfD8KpzoVag It's rare that you hear of a decent indie band from Italy, but with the likes of the Arctic Monkeys, The White Stripes and The Libertines as their fountains of inspiration, Five O Five have hit audiences with their new single 'Where They Bring Sophie' and accompanying video. At only 18 years old, the …

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REVIEW: Declan McKenna’s ‘What Do you Think About The Car?’

Eighteen year old singer-songwriter Declan McKenna’s debut album What Do You Think About The Car? displays incredible depth and social commentary for a musician so young. One of Declan’s early releases ‘Brazil’ became his breakout song, aged just fifteen, gaining traction because of its exploration of corruption in international football. A lot of McKenna’s original …

Drunk driver tragedy spawns emotional indie-pop EP from Brighton’s own Luna Blue

Brighton’s own funk-rock band, Luna Blue, sourced inspiration for their highly emotional debut EP after the best friend of one of the band was tragically killed by a drunk driver in 2015. The talented four piece put their creative talents together, writing the song ‘Welcome Home’ in dedication to their friend. The song was performed …

Beatles inspired Barcelona band, Pablo and The Appleheads, collide vintage aesthetic with modern sound

Barcelona native, Pablo Villavecchia, and his band of ‘Appleheads’ are back with their sophomore album, Alessandra, named after his girlfriend. Pablo notes that ‘meeting her meant the culmination of the album, as well as my unsatisfied love story, which was finally satisfied in a fantastic and unexpected way’. The album is set for release on …

Manchester electro-pop duo TONICA avoid city’s brit-pop cliché with debut single ‘Save Yourself’

Manchester-born Tonica are looking to break out of the box with their fresh, vibrant brand of electro-pop. The brooding beats, vivacious synths and warped vocals make for an interesting heavy alt-pop sound. The song creates atmosphere through its cinematic sound and expressive lyrical content, as it speaks of the plight of modern day love. The …