Watch the new video from Cathedral Bells

In the first quarter of 2019, shoegazers Cathedral Bells released their self-titled debut EP.  Shamelessly retro, its six tracks mined the 90s for inspiration and delivered a listen that was almost guaranteed to please lovers of bands from the 4AD label.

To further promote that enjoyable EP, the band have now shared a fuzzy, low-budget video for one of its more commercial tracks, ‘Cemetery Surf’.

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Watch: Josh Ritter shares new video for ‘All Some Kind of Dream’

Singer-songwriter Josh Ritter has a new album out at the end of April.  Recorded in collaboration with Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, ‘Fever Breaks’ is one of his finest records to date.  Taking in a couple of rockers, a track heavily indebted to moody Springsteen and a whole world of Ritter’s own alt-country charm, it’s a record we think fans will love.

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Watch the video for Banshee’s ‘Bubble’

Banshee are an alt-rock band from Glasgow.  Taking influences from Paramore, they’ve been creating a very radio friendly pop-rock sound since 2016.

Released to digital platforms at the end of March, their second EP ‘Bubble’ finds the band crafting tighter and even more commercial sounding songs without losing the root of the music that first gained them fans.   

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Neville Staple delivers anti-knife message in new video

Neville Staple is a man who needs no introduction.  A pivotal member of the original Specials and a pivotal figure from the UK’s second wave of ska, Staple has long been considered a legend.

In 2018, the “original rude boy” released the album ‘Rude Rebels’ with his wife Sugary Staple and former bandmate Roddy Radiation, to some acclaim.

He returns with a non-album single, ‘Put Away Your Knives’, which as its title suggests is a message of warning to all regarding a rise in knife crime.  Produced by Dandy Livingstone (performer of the classics ‘Reggae In Your Jeggae’ and ‘Suzanne, Beware of the Devil), the tune is structured around his own ‘A Message To You, Rudy’, as reworked by The Specials themselves in 1979.

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