Bombay Bicycle Club continue to blaze a trail as one of the UK’s most prolific and ambitious bands with the release of their fourth album in five years, ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’ (on February 4, 2014 via Vagrant Records) – and by unveiling the album’s ‘moving, breathing’ artwork.
Having charmed listeners with his stunning debut single “Don’t Breathe A Word’, Fletcher returns with the beautifully introspective folk-inspired ode to youth, “Open Up”. This is the second single from Fletcher’s sensitive and wonderfully crafted debut album ‘Upon Ayr’.
Australian singer/songwriter and multi-intrumentalist Sally Seltmann, who has just signed to the Lojinx label, releases a new single “Billy” – a taster from her forthcoming album due for release in March 2014.
One of Sweden’s biggest, brightest pop stars, Nina Persson, is about to release her first solo album under her own name. The hotly anticipated ‘Animal Heart’ will be released in the UK on the Lojinx label on February 10th.
Following the release of their video for the “Fear and Delight” single (out 9th December) The Correspondents have announced a string of live dates across the UK.
Stevie Nicks, fresh off of Fleetwood Mac’s sold out worldwide tour, will be releasing her intimate DVD documentary “In Your Dreams,” it was confirmed by Warner Bros. Records.
Manic Street Preachers have announced a UK tour for Spring 2014, their first arena dates since a one off singles show in 2011.
On the heels of having her single “Missin’ a Man” playlisted at BBC Radio 2, Nashville-based singer/songwriter Jenn Bostic has announced 11 UK dates, starting at London’s Borderline on 26th November.
Their music evokes not just the classic sound of bands like Joy Division, Suicide and The Jesus & Mary Chain, but also the modern gothic of bands like Horrors, BRMC and Savages. With a rare intensity in the laconic vocal delivery of Kristoffer Bech, and a swirling, piercing guitar sound, their electric racket stands out as something very special.
On February 11th, 2012, Mastodon took the stage at London’s O2 Academy in Brixton, capping off the Atlanta-based band’s world tour in support of their critically acclaimed album The Hunter.