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The Vernons

Mistress

Australian four-piece The Vernon’s recently released new single Mistress, introducing the band’s fresh new sound after a four year wait. With an infectious chorus, bold drums and killer riffs, the Blues Rock band have defied all expectations with their return to releasing music this year, coming back stronger than ever. Give Mistress a listen.

Pynch

Somebody Else

London quartet Pynch have made a comeback with Somebody Else, along with a kaleidoscopic video. Lead singer Spencer Enock said ““I wrote and recorded the song over a couple of days in April after losing my job and going back home to live with my parents during the pandemic. The song is sort of a mediation and reflection on that and me figuring out whats going on in my life.”

King Pallas

We Pause

King Pallas, fronted by Limerick musician Patrick O’Brien, have released their debut EP We Pause, a stunning collection of four songs mainly recorded and produced in a shed in West Limerick. Give it a listen!

J Lloyd

Apocalypse / If I Fall Under

The producer behind some of the hottest tracks out there spent lockdown creating some tunes of his own, leading to the release of Apocalypse/If I Fall Under, taken from his new mixtape Kosmos out on Friday. An intense collection of 25 tracks produced over 72 hours in April, we can’t wait to hear what’s next!

Le Ren

If I Had Wings

Montreal-based musician Le Ren (Lauren Spear) has announced the release of Morning & Melancholia, which will be out July 31st. Ahead of the release we have been gifted If I Had Wings, along with a video directed by Ali Vanderkruyk.

Ben Hobbs

Own Arms

Back with a new single in the lead up to his Better Weather EP, due for release on July 31st, Ben Hobbs’ Own Arms is an uplifting, anthemic tune which encourages you to let go of anything holding you back: “You’re wise enough, to give it up / It’s not enough, to act like we’re all the same.” Give it a listen!

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