Perry Manning is a singer-songwriter from the West Midlands. His songs are guitar-heavy indie rock, and he mixes his sound between acoustic and electric. His lyrics within his songs are extremely meaningful with a soulful feel to them and is always creating wonderfully bold sounds. He has also supported some big names such as Peter Doherty from The Libertines.
Releasing their sixth single 'Peppermints Don't Hide Everything' Bandit are back, a band who have racked up 300,000 streams on Spotify, and have now taken themselves onto other social media platforms, such as Tiktok. 'Peppermints' is introduced with the shredding guitars. Then in come Nat's vocals, which are fantastic. Notably the drums on this particular track are brilliant.
If you like crisp, pop rock tunes, that blast out of the speaker as the end credits roll down the screen, after your high school summer prom, then you will just love ‘Played Me At My Own Game’ by Wakefield’s finest, The Fiasco.
Jamie Pollock is a singer-songwriter from Alloa, Scotland. He departed ways from the Indie band Vida and has since gone on to excel in a solo career. This has involved creating nineties sounding, whipping physchedlia and folk melody songs. These songs are on the topic of being on the being on the road, family ties and wisdom.
‘Hope’ is the latest single from Manchester "supergroup" Lucigenic. The self-described indie-prog-pop group currently have their 2020 debut EP ‘1’ under their belts and ‘Hope’ is the first single to be released from their forthcoming EP.
The Rosellas latest single, ‘Damaged’, is a carefully crafted tune building on the band's earlier repertoire, but also drawing influence from other Mancunian artists. The single begins with hypnotic plucked guitar parts, drenched in effects, played by Drew Selby and Euan Mail that remind me of the iconic 80s guitarist, Johnny Marr from The Smiths. The blend of their articulated guitar tones and Luis Sullivan’s filling parts on keys has created a more progressive and developed sound better suited to a current listeners ear however, it still retains all the historic nuances we expect from another charming group from Manchester.