Was [Starve] the album you wanted to make? “Yeah definitely, we knew we wanted to do something much more drastic and take a bigger leap. We thought people were expecting Beyond Repair part 2, which we did actually start writing, but then we scrapped those ideas and moved into Starve territory. We think of the EPs and Beyond Repair as
Employed To Serve hit Rough Trade’s stage on Monday in support of their incredible new album Eternal Forward Motion, already hailed as a potential album of the year by many critics, which is a superb accomplishment considering that it’s not even six months into the year. Despite only having a half hour set the band (in their signature jackets) ploughed
Frontman of VANT, Mattie Vant, is back from his ‘indefinite hiatus’, bringing with him a change up in the band’s music, a shift in focus and a seemingly more open, emotional mindset. Sitting down with Mattie only hours after his opening gig for ‘Live at Leeds 2019’ we discussed the experience of playing for a still sober festival crowd. “It
Melancholic, seductive and timeless are three words which I would use to describe the indie rock band Black Honey. But simply labeling them as ‘indie rock’ does not do the four-piece justice; they encapsulate so much more. Listening to a Black Honey track is like being transported into your own feature film wherein you, the hero, are as equally broken
Image courtesy of APB PR I had the chance to catch up with Tom Walker mid way through his sold out UK tour to discuss touring with The Script, writing with Steve Mac, ACDC and his upcoming album. Hows the tour going so far? Yeah super man, its been great so far. Every show’s just been wicked and although I
After a great 2017 featuring the release of their second EP Summer of Luv, the five-man Alternative Rock band known as Fizzy Blood are back on the road touring. We were lucky enough to sit down with them while they are supporting Spring King at The Bodega to discuss their history, their influences and what are their plans going forward.
We chatted with Matt Grocott, lead singer of punk rock four-piece, The Shrives. The band play Rock City on 25th November supporting Arse Full of Chips, following on from their electric set at Nottingham’s Hockley Hustle. How did the band form? The band formed through an opportunity to go to America to record. We’d be jamming my songs about for about half
There are worse places to be on a Friday afternoon than in the sun in Bilbao surrounded by stages and bars preparing for an evening of live music. Oh, and there is worse company to have than two members of new band on the block The Amazons. Frontman Matt Thomson and bassist Elliot Briggs were as laid back as