Breaking out of Yorkshire with their tongue-in-cheek but absolutely spot-on social commentary, Elton John's favourite new band (yes, really) Yard Act are kicking off 2022 with the release of their debut album.
When we think of indie-pop powerhouses The Wombats - back with brand new album 'Fix Yourself, Not The World' - we think of, well, mini-golf. Why? They're both tee-rific. (Sorry - Ed.)
Foals have long since established themselves at indie rock’s top table, but following up on 2019’s double album extravaganza with their first record as a three piece, anything could follow. Even... erm... disco?
‘Things Take Time...’ is striking in its tenderness.
It’s the first half of a double release with B-side ‘I Don’t Think It’s Me’.
Back with their first album in six years, indie darlings Spector are a testament to hard work and not giving up.
With her rich and confessional third album ‘Home Video’, Lucy Dacus is interrogating the past as a means of moving forward.
Not ones to let a pesky global pandemic get in their way, The Wombats are back with a new single titled ‘Method to the Madness’ and news of an enormous London show slated for next year.
Nottingham upstarts Do Nothing are back with a new EP that’s honestly a touch too relatable for our liking.
SG Lewis just wants to get back to ‘the club’. Thankfully, he’s made an album to take us back there.