Listen to new Reds, Pinks and Purples song, ‘The Record Player and the Damage Done’

Watch the video/stream ‘The Record Player and the Damage Done’, the second song to be taken from the new Reds, Pinks and Purples album, Uncommon Weather. Here’s some words from Glenn about the track: “ I didn’t set out to write an anthem about records, but that’s maybe what this is. It was written before covid times, but putting on a record…

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White Flowers Announce Debut Album, Day By Day

Following the release of two 12″ singles and an EP over the past twelve months, Preston duo White Flowers will release their debut album, Day By Day, on 7th May. Watch the self-directed video for new single, ‘Daylight’, here.   Recorded and co-produced with Jez Williams from Doves in his Manchester studio, Day By Day sees White Flowers lean…

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Pacific Kiss by Rat Columns Is Out Now

Pacific Kiss, the fourth album from Australian musician David West’s underground pop band, Rat Columns, is out today. Alongside the usual dgital formats, two different vinyl pressings of Pacific Kiss are available – classic black and ‘pastel pink’, both of which are limited to 250 copies. Pacific Kiss was primarily recorded in a dingy but…

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William Doyle Shares New Single, ‘Nothing At All’

Listen to ‘Nothing At All’, the second single to be taken from William Doyle’s forthcoming album, Great Spans of Muddy Time, out 19th March. Watch the lyric video here “‘Nothing At All’ is this simple melancholic synth pop gem. It sort of gives me a last-dance-at-a-school-disco feeling. There’s a melodrama to it. It explores the chasm…

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Badwan/Coxon 12″ Out Today

Boiling Point/Promise Land, a two-song collaboration between Faris Badwan (The Horrors / Cat’s Eyes) & renowned guitarist John Coxon (Spring Heel Jack / Spiritualized / Treader), is released today on all digital formats and as a limited edition 12″. Badwan & Coxon met some years ago when Faris was looking for producers to work with on his solo…

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Rat Columns – ‘I Can’t Live On Love’ – new video out now

Today we’re sharing the second song and video from Rat Column’s forthcoming album, Pacific Kiss. ‘I Can’t Live On Love’ is a sideways-spun power-pop blast of verbose longing and despair, calling out to an anonymous other, demanding to be seen. David West’s songwriting remains as literate as ever, but this is perhaps the most…

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The Reds, Pinks and Purples Announce New Album

From the intimidatingly prolific home studio of The Reds, Pinks and Purples comes Uncommon Weather, the second record in just over six months. Released 9th April, we’re once again partnering with Slumberland, who will be handling the release in the US. Listen to the first single, ‘Don’t Ever Pray In The Church On My Street’ here From the…

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New William Doyle Album, Great Spans of Muddy Time, Out 19th March

William Doyle’s new album, Great Spans of Muddy Time, will be released on 19th March 2021. The lyric video for lead single, ‘And Everything Changed (But I Feel Alright)’, can be watched  here. Representative of the album as a whole, ‘And Everything Changed…’ is eclectic and unpredictable, though also playful and infectious. On top of gently…

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Rat Columns Announce New Album, Pacific Kiss

On 12th February, Tough Love will release Pacific Kiss, the fourth album from Australian musician David West’s underground pop band, Rat Columns. It was engineered by Griffin Harrison and DW in New York City and Perth, and mixed by Mikey Young in Victoria. Pacific Kiss sees Rat Columns plunging headfirst into an azure sea of power pop, rock’n’roll and indie.…

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Peel Dream Magazine release new EP

As part of Bandcamp’s fee-free day in which 100% of all revenue goes direct to the artist & label, Peel Dream Magazine have released a new EP entitled Moral Panics, available exclusively via Bandcamp. Moral Panics features six unreleased tracks recorded during the sessions for their recently released second album Agitprop Alterna. Stream/download Moral Panics…

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