Southampton’s Feryl has recently released their latest track, ‘Wavey’, aiming to bring a little sunshine to these dark times. The track is a slice of tropical pop, and has already picked up attention from BBC Radio. The past few years have seen Feryl perform on stages across Europe, his energetic performances and unique vocals are set to leave a lasting impact on the listener, ‘Wavey’ is only going to push that further.
Upcoming rock duo, Perfectparachutepicture are set to release their newest single, ‘Working Machine’, this month. ‘Working Machine’ is filled with roaring drums and a stunning chorus. The two piece have already made a name for themselves within the Sheffield music scene, playing a massive set at last year’s Tramlines festival, and with the release of ‘Working Machine’, it’s certain that the band are going to keep on growing.
Leeds based funk rock band, Blue Kubriks, are to release their new single, ‘You’re A Beach’, next month. ‘You’re A Beach’, is made for the summer weather, dreamy lyrics will have you dreaming of festival season. The band have already played huge stages, such as the O2 Academy Leeds, Islington Academy, and the Deaf Institute. The release of ‘You’re A Beach’, will only push Blue Kubricks further.
3 piece Manchester band, Chris Wise & The Hidden Revolution, have recently released their latest single, ‘Nothing To See’. Inspired by indie legends such as The Killers and The War on Drugs, the track is an anthemic indie number which is only set to sound better live. Having already received praise from the likes of BBC Introducing, ‘Nothing To See’ is destined to help the band reach new heights.
‘What The Kids Want’ is the newest single from, Plymouth’s Chay Snowdon. The track is the lead single from their upcoming debut EP, ‘Are You Sitting Comfortably? (Then We Will Begin). ‘What The Kids Want’ is an energetic, catchy track which sets the tone for the bands EP perfectly, written about the things that Chay heard and experienced whilst living in Bristol, the track unfolds to make listeners believe it could be the plot for a Hollywood blockbuster.