Hunger Moon to release New Track ‘Grown’

Hunger Moon

Midlands duo set to release Second Track ‘Hunger’

After their successful release of their debut song ‘Oh Friend‘ turned a lot of heads, Hunger Moon went straight back to writing music and delivered a worthy follow up.

James Attwood and Natalie Jenkins once again blend their musical talents wonderfully, as Natalie’s vocals add so much to their rich sound. There’s a beautiful piano melody at the heart of this track, making it very stripped back and light. However towards the end it builds gracefully into this grandiose piece which sounds like the work of a music mastermind.

Hunger Moon should be delighted with this release as they have once again created a quality piece of music which will never get dusty in their portfolio. 2018 is evidently just the star for the act.

You can hear the full track over at Born Music, but will be released on all platforms at 7pm on July 6th.

Words by Alex Wise @AJwise




Muncie Girls Release New Track ‘Falling Down’

Ahead of their Album Muncie Girls Release ‘Falling Down’

The Muncie Girls are quickly becoming the music worlds worst kept secret as they continue to release great songs which are gaining them a lot of recognition.

The latest track to be laid upon us is ‘Falling Down’ which has a dreamy centre and some angelic vocals – something we’ve come to admire about the band. The track has some nice lead guitar on it especially towards the end, and lead singer Lande Hekt sings it best when she says “Leaves You Wanting More”.

Fixed Ideals will be released on August 31st, which will be the follow up to their brilliant debut From Caplan to Belsize.

The band will be taking a tour around the UK, you can check out the dates below on this very cool Tour Poster designed by Tom Cross.

Muncie Girls UK Tour

Words by Alex Wise @AJWise


Liverpool Band Cents debut with ‘Parking Spaces’

Cents - Liverpool Band

Liverpool Band Cents debut with Garage Song ‘Parking Spaces’

Recently there’s been alot of bands debuting new material, which is a welcome sign especially when it’s of good quality!

Liverpool band Cents have promisingly released their debut track ‘Parking Spaces’ which has all the qualities of a Parquet Courts song. The punchy guitars which are backed by rough shouting vocals, it gives off an odour of good dirty garage rock. The melody of the track is very straight forward and easy to latch on to, showing that Cents know exactly what they from their music.

In a World where it seems everyone is turning to drum machines and synthesizers, it’s cool to see that there’s still good garage rock emerging! LISTEN BELOW

Words By Alex Wise @AJWise

Suzi Island release new Track ‘Actor’

Suzi Island Actor

Brighton Band release ‘Actor’ accomponied with a thoughtful video

Since bursting onto the scene with their debut track ‘Show Me The Way‘ Suzi Island have managed to keep a buzz surrounding the band. All this has been achieved with a genuinely good song, teasers and keeping in touch with their audience.

Actor’ is the latest track to be released from the Brighton act and it’s just as good as their first release, if not better. It’s clear with the video that the song tackles Women in the Film Industry, which suggests recent news has heavily influenced this track and what lies in the heart of it.

The songs is fun and full of quick hit lyrics which will resonate with music fans. The beat of the track almost sounds like a hip-hop beat with the crashing claps. Throughout the song you have well placed screeches from the guitar which adds depth to it.

This is another great release from Suzi Island, and over these next 6 Months I could see them being one of the breakout bands this year, as they’ve moved from 0-60 in no time.

Words By Alex Wise @AJWise