Henrietta Bond gets verbose about her newly found passion for The Little Unsaid, who she encountered for the first time at their gig at Northorpe Hall, Mirfield on 18 June.
'this album is huge. It’s a whirling maelstrom of a journey. At times delicate, at times growlingly bombastic. There are tunes (tunes you can hum), tracks you can dance to, tracks you can stomp to, and tracks that deserve nothing less than a set of headphones and a darkened room'
It’s been a while – their last album was released in 2011 – but Leeds based Captain Wiberforce is back with a new album and a permanent line-up. I asked Simon about working with the new line-up and the new album.
Sheffield band The Seamonsters are playing at Outlines Festival (Friday 3rd March at Plug) and have a new single single - ‘Lost (And Found)’ - out soon. This made it good time to ask the ‘indie glitter band’ a little about getting together, influences and future plans
With the release of their single ‘90 Degrees’ coming up at the end of the month, a video for the track available now and a single launch gig at The Wardrobe Leeds on the 2nd March there’s a lot going on for The Elephant Trees. I took the opportunity to ask them about how they got together, influences and plans for the future
Dark Pop newcomers Vuromantics burst into action at the start of 2017 with a surprise band reveal, single release and full UK tour announcement just weeks into the new year. The band was forged from the ashes of two of Sheffield's finest underground bands Stop Drop Robot & Monoking