Tracks - page 4

Girl Friend - Good Morning

Struggling to find the right words to go with Good Morning, the latest slice of brilliant 80s-flecked pop / disco / indie / gorgeousnes from Manchester's Girl Friend, I realise after a while that the...

Sleepy Hahas - Deep River

Sleepy Hahas bring heavy duty psych-fuzz sounds and a series of black and white figures, shapes and characters that may or may not have some deep meaning that I'm not quite able to fathom in...

Funeral Advantage - You Sat Alone

You Sat Alone was released just over a month ago, as a prelude to Body is Dead, the new album from Funeral Advantage. And what a prelude it is! Dream pop for dreamers to dream...


'Think of the Sunshine is the first new track from the recently reformed Hurricane #1. Back together minus Andy Bell the band are ready to release their first new material since their second album Only...

Pink Film - Trouble

The new single from London quartet Pink Film, Trouble is a four-minute parade of harmonies, melody, with a restless rhythm section outer shell and a sweetly pyschedelic filling.

Trust Fund - Football

Football features power pop with a kick (pun semi-intended), a message of ambiguous relationships with the beautiful game, and a retro Bristol City FC kit.

Jemima Surrender - Or Anyone

The video for Or Anyone doesn't take itself too seriously; all the while a violent but perfectly harnessed storm whips up around Millie Phipps' stunning vocal as the track treads its relentless, sinister path.

Flyte - Please Eloise

Please Eloise is the latest effortlessly perfect pop creation to roll off the sparkling Flyte production line.

The Orielles - Joey Says We Got It

Joey Says We Got It is a killer track with lushness and light mixing it nicely with lo-fi roughness: sometimes it's slick, occasionally it's raw and just about holding together, overall it's top-notch lo-fi.

Western Scene - See What You Want To

Western Scene have released a new video for their single See What You Want To. Shot entirely using an iPhone 6, it explores the dynamics of two people experiencing a relationship with entirely different perspectives....

Crepes - Size Of Your Town

Size of Your Town is the latest single from Melbourne's Crepes. Taken from their debut EP Cold Summers, the track and its video pay homage to the regional Victorian town of Ballarat

Summer Heart - Nothing Can Stop Us Now

One man summer vibe campaign David Alexander continues his mission to bring subtle sunshine into your life with Nothing Can Stop Us Now, the new single from Summer Heart.

Swerve - Aw Hell

Aw Hell is the new single from LA rock band Swerve. You might detect REMishness in some of the guitar lines, mixed with a kind of brit-pop, brit-rock downstroke.

Pale Honey - Over Your Head

Pale Honey are Swedish duo Tuva Lodmark (guitar / vocals) and Nelly Daltrey (drums). Over Your Head is their new single. Its laid back coolness doesn't need any help from me.

Pelicans and their Allies - Just Like July

If Beulah and The Shins got together for a basement jam, they might wind up creating something along the lines of Just Like July, the debut single from Pelicans and their Allies.

Listen to the shoegazey post-punk of Dead Neighbors

The self-titled debut album from Dead Neighbors is a raucous, riffy, post-punk painting of a shoegazing world. If you're reading that and scratching your head, then have a listen to lead single Tell

Atlas Genius - Molecules

Molecules is the seriously good sounding, dancefloor pounding new single from Atlas Genius. The band have just released the official video for the track, adding epic lighting effects to epic sounds.

Nevski - Alligator

'Nevski are a French quartet who cite Belle and Sebastian among their influences: Alligator is a joyfully playful piece of indie-pop.'

Fans - Take It

Take It is the third song released from Fans' debut EP, Born Into. Mining solid indie rock strata, throwing on simple but elegant guitar lines and handclaps, it's like listening to early Strokes or Interpol...

Agarimo - On a Cycle

What do you get if you combine Galicia and Bristol? Award yourself a gold star if your answer mentioned forceful, driving indie-rock with an electronic flourish and intensity levels set to a constant, adrenaline-fuelled peak....