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Bully: “Who remains after the party is done?”
Alicia Bognanno's Bully have always been a little bit special, but with her new album 'Lucky For You', she's hitting a whole new level.
Enter Shikari: “We’ve always thrown everything at our albums”
Enter Shikari's new record ‘A Kiss For The Whole World’ captures the energy of their shows and embraces the joy of human connection.
Scowl: “I wanted to mosh, I wanted to grab the mic and sing”
Santa Cruz, CA newcomers SCOWL are one of the hottest up-and-coming bands around.
Covet: “The most effective art is real”
Covet escape into fantasy with their new album ‘catharsis’, and they hope you will too.
City and Colour: “It really let me take a magnifying glass to my own personal turmoil”
City And Colour has returned with an album about holding onto the light.
Understand: “It’s gonna be a nice closure of that period”
Twenty-five years after Southenders Understand disbanded, the group finally release their long-awaited second album, ‘Real Food at Last’.
Fall Out Boy: “We’ve embraced the two eras of Fall Out Boy”
Fall Out Boy are back! And they’re sounding brilliant.
Waterparks: “I’ve had to learn to be very self-critical; people get it tattooed and shit!”
Waterparks - the most chaotic band on the planet - are back. But what’s the problem with fish and chips, Awsten?
The Van Pelt: “We want to pump new energy into The Van Pelt”
Cult NYC favourites THE VAN PELT are brimming with new energy, returning to the fold with their first album in bloody ages.
Manchester Orchestra: “It feels like a bridge. I don’t know what it’s bridging to”
Focussed on resilience, rebirth and self-redemption, MANCHESTER ORCHESTRA are back with a surprise new project.