Following the release of the acclaimed I’ve Got Too Many Friends, ACRYLIC have now released their follow up single Money From Home, out now via Scottish Fiction. Money From Home is a break up song that takes the listener on an emotive journey. Oozing with atmosphere and celestial soundscapes, ACRYLIC’s staple blend of sweeping guitars and tranquil harmonies are at the forefront. Frontman Andreas Chrsitodoulidis’ impassioned baritone floats over the twinkling musicality, whilst also reflecting the song’s poetic lyricism effortlessly.
Goth-rockers Hana Piranha have released their fierce new video for their single Naked Flame, out now. Hana Piranha are a band that breach genre with their use of traditionally classical instrumentation, such as violin and harp, in a hard rock setting. Hana’s razor sharp violin licks are undeniably impressive, enabling that band to create a sound that is both dark and tantalising. Naked Flame is the first single to be taken from their upcoming album Waiting To Burn, out on 22nd March 2019 via Fourglove Records.
Midlands quartet Superego make a welcome return in 2019 with the release of their shoegaze-tinged new single Loose. Following on from last year's debut single 'Sleep', released through Big Indie Records in conjunction with DIY's Big Indie Big Nights, the band have unveiled another cracking tune. 'Loose' is seeping with reverb-strewn hooks and fuzz-filled melodies from the offset, a sound closely connected to the likes of grunge influencers Demob Happy or Tigercub. Superego combine the distorted heavy sound of the 90’s with shimmering shoegaze-inflected soundscapes to create something that is undeniably scuzzy and impassioned. Superego have been lauded for their live performances having honed their skills while touring with Black Honey as well as supporting acts such as The Big Moon, Pale Waves, Boy Azooga and Dead!.
Idlewild have released the psychedelic new video for single Dream Variations. Following the announcement of their eighth album Interview Music, which is due for release on 5th April 2019 via Empty Words, the band have unveiled the visuals for the track on Los Angeles based tastemaker site Under The Radar. The single was first revealed on Shaun Keaveny's BBC Radio 6 show and has since picked up support from the likes of Steve Lamacq's Round Table, BBC Radio Scotland, NME, Clash Magazine, The Line of Best Fit, Stereoboard, The Herald and Gigwise to name a few. The video for Dream Variations can be streamed and embedded below. The single is available to stream via Spotify and YouTube.
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