How’s Harry – Skeleton (Single Review)

Just a few days after Halloween, those loveable dark pop connoisseurs How's Harry unleash unto the world 'Skeleton', the follow up to their Summer smash 'Desire' and third single release of the year.   'Skeleton' has hooks galore, it's deep, dark and euphoric, leaving you wanting more. It may contain woeful lyrics such as  “loving you... Continue Reading →

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Youth Club – The Man That I Am (Single Review)

Southenders Youth Club have dropped their first release of 2018 and boy is it a banger! Encompassed with their well-known indie disco pop beats, ‘The Man That I Am’ is the follow-on song from the feel-good ‘Misunderstood’. Since their debut in 2014, Youth Club have been working hard to share their music, creating a loyal and ever-growing fanbase that’s seen... Continue Reading →

FOURS – Sweet Reality (Single Review)

A favourite of the CloseUp family, feel-good London based pop band FOURS has graced us with brand new track ‘Sweet Reality’, their first release of 2018. The single is a raw and passionate one whose first verse starts with a focus on lead singer Edith’s phenomenal vocals before the beat kicks in. It’s a bittersweet... Continue Reading →

Hows Harry – Gathering Storm: Single Review

If like most of the world, you've spent the last few weeks binging on Stranger Things 2, you could be forgiven for thinking How’s Harry's eighties-inspired intro to their latest track indicates an upside down portal being opened. Out on the 10th November, ‘Gathering Storm’ has elements of eighties style pop synths alongside plenty of rumbling... Continue Reading →

Glass Peaks – I’m Okay: Single Review

Glass Peaks have spent the last 18 months confirming themselves as one of London's most exciting new talents, and after a lineup change, they've just released slick new cut 'I'm Okay'. 'I'm Okay' embodies the GP sound down a tee. Anthemic indie-rock at its finest, it does however demonstrate the development of the band. With... Continue Reading →

Sasha Brown – Parallel: Single Review

One of London's newest 'it girls' has released her debut single, as Sasha Brown is slowly making her way through a scene that's already architected the success of NAO, RAYE & Jorja Smith (to name just but a few). 'Parallel' combines Sasha's powerful vocals with a dark synth pop backdrop, as the track builds and... Continue Reading →

Bedroom Boredom – Pill: Single Review

Surrey 6-piece Bedroom Boredom's last single 'Pill' may have gone under the radar, but its certainly something you want to revisit.  Citing artists such as Bombay Bicycle Club & Foals as influences, it's clear the track was made in awe of such indie superstars. 'Pill' can best be described as an indie-rock anthem with an... Continue Reading →

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