Articles By: Andrew Evans
Beginning with four voices singing acapella before entering into a booming, fuzzy guitar riff, it doesn’t sound a million miles from what Fleet Foxes would sound like if they spent their childhoods listening exclusively to Weezer
Bobbing along neatly on an almost Motown-esque backline, guitars shimmer over the top, as does Sophie-Rose’s dreamy, balmy vocal. This is really classy pop music.
There is some amazing music kicking around at the moment, which is why we’ve scooped it up and stored it in one place for you. We’ll be adding to it throughout the next few months, but it’s already bursting with goodness.
Throughout it Miller showcases her straight-down-the-line, unfussy vocal style while showcasing her knack of writing melodies that will stay in your head for days on end
They released their fourth album, Foolish Blood, earlier this year, a record chock-full of top down, road trip FM pop-rock that sounds magical when the sun is out
We caught up with guitarist Colin Buchanan to discuss pre-release excitement, just how Island life has shaped the group and, of course, Game of Thrones
It’s been a masterful performance, and one that will sound fantastic when booming around the country’s arenas, which is surely where it will take them
Middle-eastern guitar and what sound like flutes flutter over the top of a tight, almost thin digital groove, giving the track an atmoshpere that is hard to pin down
It moves, it calms, it swells, it breaks. This is precious metal boiled down and remoulded into moving, uplifting music.
Grab your hairbrush, get in front of your full-length mirror and take five minutes to yourself, cos this is utterly charming.
Showcasing a darker side of the group than the sunshine-inspired ‘Wings’, this has a subtle sinister streak running through its bouncy blood.