RGM Recommends – The Singles

Sharp Class – Move

Formerly known as SubCulture, the energetic Nottingham power pop-rock trio have rebranded as Sharp Class, and marked their return with a HUGE new single, ‘Move’. With this track, Sharp Class merge influences from punk, 60’s power pop, soul and British mod culture to create something special. ‘Move’ proves that Sharp Class mean business and is completely the right track for the band to make their return with.

Hazy – On Ice

Hazy has last week released his newest single, ‘On Ice’. At just 2 and a half minutes long, the track really packs a bunch. Warping guitar riffs bode beautifully with a synth crafted by Hazy’s own voice. ‘On Ice’ sees Manchester’s Hazy tackle issues caused by a complete lack of motivation. Hazy has received heaps of support across the UK, carving his own path through several unique live performances.

Vertaal – Drop Off

July saw Vertaal release their latest single, ‘Drop Off’, the track is set to be featured on a double vinyl release of their recent mixtape ‘Paradigm Shifting’ which is to be released on November 23rd. The track is named after a meeting place for skaters in their local town, ‘Drop Off’ is a dreamy number which has a groovy bassline and some stunning instrumentation.

Finnian – Fly

After an extremely successful string of single releases, Ireland’s Finnian has just released his debut album, ‘Under The Influence’, accompanied by a new single, ‘Fly’. Finnian’s song writing has been carefully nurtured, and the result is truly fascinating. His music is honest and concise, with textures that many other artists would fail to achieve.

Luke Royalty- October Seven

Liverpool based Luke Royalty is set to release his debut single, ‘October Seven’, this month. Since discovering music as an outlet in his late teens, Luke Royalty became engrossed by the art of songwriting and music culture. ‘October Seven’ is an amazing debut, with a catchy guitar riff and showcases Luke Royalty’s tunes marvellously.