Alternative rock FLUFFY band have shared the video for ‘My Love,’ which stars Steve Hindalong who you might recognize from The Choir, Lost Dogs, Lifesavers Underground, The Normals, and Dead Artist Syndrome.
The dreamy rock number is taken from their latest album Sugar Pistol which is out now across various music platforms.
BONETIRED‘s new single, ‘Part-Time Chase’ is a catchy yet sultry pop-ballad, with a lyrical hook, brought together with a feel-good rugged, dirty bass.
Dan Puckey, the lead singer, said: “This track has been in the making for two years from pure blood, sweat and tears from all of us in the band. We wanted this track to highlight how far we’ve come as a band and create a track that people want to listen to on repeat”.
Formed in early 2018, within months Bonetired had filled venues in their hometown in Cornwall and earned a reputation as one of the most exciting acts to emerge from the South-West English music scene. Their debut single ‘Embers’, released in November 2018, was added to Spotify’s Discover Weekly and New Music Release Radar which then went on to reach 50k streams over multiple streaming platforms, and reached over 80 countries.
Bonetired’s diverse dynamic sound along with their high-octane individual performances have helped the band quickly get regularly handpicked by BBC Introducing to play at various festivals. To date, the band has played 100+ gigs, which includes touring over the Netherlands, Belgium and the UK, including headlining Princess Pavilions in Falmouth.
So here’s your chance to hear the rockers-on-the-rise; have a listen to ‘Part Time Chase’ below…
I first heard the single, ‘Brother’ on Instagram and the heart-wrenching acoustic arrangements immediately touched my soul (which is a rare occasion!) I had to reach out to the person behind the beautiful single, East London-based folk singer/songwriter ART BLOCK and expressed my admiration for his latest offering and in turn, he submitted his single.
So I’m absolutely delighted to share ‘Brother’ with you guys, among a pool of other talented newcomers here on NEW LEASE MUSIC.
Produced by Ian Barter, who recently produced Gabrielle’s covers album, ‘Do It Again’, piano-led ‘Brother’ heavily possesses Art’s main influences, Radiohead and Jeff Buckley, where I get a sense that this amazing storyteller narratives a story of betrayal, through his magically delicate vocal performance.
‘Brother’ is out now on all good download/streaming sites…why not check out the video for the single below…
Alternative pop-rock trio, HUNGER, have revealed their brand new single ‘Light It Up’ (via Born and Raised Records), the first release of a monthly release cycle leading up to their debut album Mosaik to be released on December 20, 2019.
Boasting a solid, driving instrumental serving as the foundation for the uplifting choir-esques vocal arrangements, ‘Light It Up’ is a rousing anthem exhibiting the fine chemistry the trio has established over the years.
Friends since childhood, Daniel Rumpel, Johannes Herbst and Lucas Fendrich grew up listening to punk-rock and pop in their hometown of Vienna, Austria. They formed HUNGER in early 2015, following the dissolution of their former bands, with the initial intention of establishing themselves as a songwriting trio. However, when they recorded their first songs in the studio, they realized that they were yearning to be played in front of a live audience. Standard song structures and melodies were disregarded in favour of the tone and evocation of the music, resulting in vast, dark, cinematic sounds and a moody blend of alt-rock and synth-pop.
To date, HUNGER has garnered global attention through their track ‘Amused’ being featured as part of the soundtrack to Netflix’s ’13 Reasons Why’, on several TV and online commercials, and amassing over 3 million Spotify plays. The band has amassed over one million views on Youtube as well as heavy rotation on Austria’s Hitradio Ö3, the New Music Friday Playlist on Spotify, and the Global Viral 50 Chart. Their extensive touring schedule has seen them perform at a string of festivals, including Out Of The Woods Festival with the likes of Alt-J, Phoenix, Feist, Sohn, Milky Chance, and The Strumbellas.