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OCTOBER DRIFT | STILL HERE
October Drift are a band still doing it the old school way, after selling out shows all around the UK and refining their sound on the road, the boys have just released their new EP ‘Stranger Days’. Heavy in sound, new track ‘Still Here’ is brooding guitar music by definition, with sweeping riffs and pummeling drums. Lyrically this track delves into the difficulties of juggling their reality with their dream world, using only falsetto vocals to add a silver lining to this dark track.
TONES | HERE ON AFTER
Baby faced London four piece Tones, might still only be seventeen, but that doesn’t stop them turning heads. New single ‘Here On After’ is an explosion of sound with raging guitars and aggressive drums. Politically driven, these boys want young people to stand for something and this shines through in their lyrics…Yes Tones are the band taking punk back to it’s roots.
WHITE ROOM | FREAKING ON
Ahead of releasing their EP ‘Fizzing Liquid’, White Room have dropped new single ‘Freaking On’. Best described as psychedelic grungers with a hint of Britpop, the riff heavy track showcases how the band are pushing boundaries and stepping outside conventions and the video, which is like something out of Trainspotting, definitely confirms this. Weird and slightly deranged, we can’t get enough of White Room.
MIAMIGO | EVERYONE I KNOW
Miamigo are no stranger to our Noise Box, but the Brighton based duo’s latest single ‘Everyone I Know’ is one we really can’t enough of. With a slight 80s tinge, the infectious track is surprisingly upbeat and will instantly get stuck in your head.
LIFE | POPULAR MUSIC
Hull band Life are injecting a new lease of life into post-punk with single ‘Popular Music’. With razor-sharp vocals, ferocious guitars and pounding drums, this roaring track certainly doesn’t lack energy. Unhinged and totally off the rails, it’s what modern punk should be.