Irish singer-songwriter RUNAH is delighted to announce the release of her debut album Strange, due for release on 5th May 2019 via Beardfire. To celebrate the announcement RUNAH has released single'Ground' with the track premiering on Fame Magazine, describing the single as "...the best prelude to RUNAH‘s fascinating music realm...". Using sacred stones, elements and other spiritual resources to create her work, RUNAH produces a body of stories surrounding both the physical and spiritual realm; creating an almost divine sound in the process. 'Ground' is the perfect opening salvo from an artist creating ethereal, grandiose soundscapes.
Rising quartet Safe To Swim take a trip down memory lane with their infectious new single, Make Things Like They Used To Be, out now. Following their highly addictive previous single Friends, Make Things Like They Used To Be is another slice of hook-laden indie-pop, blistering with energy and Safe To Swim’s trademark ability to create a fun-fuelled singalong chorus. Combining whirring synths with psych-edged guitar-pop, the quartet produce an undeniably alluring sound akin to the likes of Indoor Pets and Bad Sounds’ feel-good energy. The single is taken from Safe To Swim’s debut EP, due in Spring 2019.
Following the success of their recent single releases Find A Way and Best of Me, South London duoJames Lamb and Richard Craker - aka 11 - are delighted to announce the release of their EP Why Choose Me, out now. Combining their funk-fuelled hooks with a buoyantly energised groove, 11 neatly straddle the line between rock and electro to produce a sound akin to the likes of Passion Pit. Accented by James Lamb’s impressive, soul-soaked vocals and blended effortlessly with frenzied beats, 11 fuse together an eclectic range of sounds, showcasing the duo’s impeccable production skills, creating instantly catchy, uplifting indie-pop. With the aforementioned Find A Way and Best of Me making an immediate impact for the band, 11 will be hoping the unveiling of EP tracks ‘Why Choose Me’, ‘Face’ and ‘Will It Ever Be Enough’ will continue to solidify their expansive sound to an ever increasing fanbase.