The Last Gang is ripping into 2018 with their debut FAT full-length, Keep them Counting., the album features 10 punk infused tracks showcasing their diversity, from infectious riffs to punky ballads. The opening track “Sing for your Supper” is the kind of palm-muted ripper that made Rancid famous, with a bouncing bass line, a huge hook, and airtight songwriting that’ll get stuck in your head for years to come. The rest of the album is no less throttling. From the jump, the album whips up a frenzy, shifting directions on a dime but never losing sight of The Last Gang’s pop-indebted ethos.
Synth driven pop punk outfit The Rocket aims to bring a refreshing take on the classics they all grew up with. With a keen ear for infectious melodies and an illustrious live reputation, the band has played big stages such as Groezrock, Europe’s biggest punk rock festival.
After a break to pursue other musical endeavours, The Rocket are back in full effect. Their new single ‘Lost At Sea’, is proof of the reinvigorated energy and ambition the quintet brings to the table.
LISTEN TO "LOST AT SEA" HERE:
“Lost At Sea’s a song about feeling small within a failing relationship. It’s about the inability to steer the ship th...
Noisey-alternative-punks, GRAVVES have released their second single, 'Hello Sailor', taken from their upcoming EP, Oh, The Joy, set for release on 27th April through Loner Noise Records.
Following it's premiere ahead of the Easter Weekend with Already Heard, bassist Adam Hughes said "'Hello Sailor' is about getting through a breakup and feeling like it's the worst thing in the world, but eventually picking up and moving on. We put the video together ourselves - It's based on Dave training for a proper important competition. Not giving too much away though - we're hoping people find it...