Listening to loads of music this weekend and here’s what we have to share with you dear listeners..
London outfit YURS offers us a great piece of pop, telling us summer’s not over yet. Brilliant guitar riffs with well-produced vocal harmonies. For fans of Razorlight, The Kooks, etc…
The Coral-The Curse Of Love
James Skelly and co are releasing this brand new track along with lost tapes from their previous recording sessions. The Curse of Love will be available through Skeleton Key Records from October 20th. Still magical, the folk band from Merseyside still have it! Soft melodies, a journey through art-folk psychedelia taking it’s inspiration from the sixties, we can’t wait to hear the ”new” material unveiled in full.
Tree of Wolves-Let The Night Take Me
This is the third track to be released from the Camarthen band as a single in November. With a beautiful intro, we’re going into the universe of a retro pop eighties electronica sounds. We also sometimes remembering of London’s own Sing-Sing back in the 90’s with the softness of the female vocals. With three strong singles, when are we going to hear a full-lenght. They sound indeed really promising.