The expectation around The Lathums, heroes of Wigan, is nearly fit to burst as they ready the release of How Beautiful Life Can Be in a few weeks.
Villagers are leading the new entries on this week's UK Record Store Chart with Fever Dreams.
Robert Harrison has been talking Live4ever through the path to the release of Watching The Kid Come Back this Friday, July 23rd.
The confidence on display from English Teacher ensures there's no mistaking what's at play here.
Back in 2018, legendary band James released an album entitled Living In Extraordinary Times against a backdrop of divides.
Pre-pandemic, London three-piece The Howlers were making steady inroads with their garage/post-punk rock.
Royal Blood have broadened their palette to incorporate French disco and The Bee Gees as influences for new album Typhoons.
The Coral are arguably too big to be regarded as a ‘cult band’ but not big enough to dominate the festival circuit.
Blondes are the latest feature of Live4ever Presents... after the release of their Coming Of Age single.
Louise Wener was in the middle of a successful second career as a novelist until circumstances emboldened her to get the band back together (man) a few years ago.
“There’s a reason why I’ve done this when I’m 32. Whatever’s been done before failed to connect on an audience level or a personal level. Not to say I …
Irony isn’t so much your friend as a stranger who gleefully punches your lights out at the moment; for Jason Williamson, that Sleaford Mods’ excellent sixth album Spare Ribs …