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Sunday 5 March 2023

Email Round up - 05/03/2023

SOMOH - My Body Is A Friend

As she approaches the release of her debut EP, due out March 30th, 20 year old London newcomer SOMOH has shared the endearing new single ‘My Body Is A Friend’. Speaking about the track she goes on to say “I wrote this song while going through a rough patch with how I was viewing and treating myself. More than anything, this song is a reminder that your body does so much to carry you through each day. And for that, it deserves to be treated with the kindness and respect you’d show to a friend.” Take a listen for yourselves below.

 

Krooked Kings - Sick Of Being Young

Utah based quintet Krooked Kings returned last month with 'Sick of Being Young', the latest cut to be taken from their forthcoming album which they are currently finishing up. The band have been working with Day Wave on their new LP and their new direction proves to be as catchy as ever as infectious guitar riffs and soaring vocal choruses delivers euphoria aplenty. Take a listen for yourselves below.

 

Bedroom High Club - Courtesy

Scientists of sound: Bedroom High Club
Photo: Morgan Sidle

As South Yorkshire 4-piece Bedroom High Club prepare the release of their debut EP later this year, the band have kicked off the year with their exhilarating new single Courtesy. With thrashing guitars and gritty vocals the track serves as another fine addition to their growing artillery. Take a listen for yourselves below.

f: https://www.facebook.com/bedroomhighclub

 

Bo Milli - Good Kid

Photo: Synne Sofi B√łnes


Norway-based newcomer Bo Milli recently unveiled her harmonising new single Good Kid and it's one packed with unique lyric quips and fuzzy guitar goodness. "The lines in the chorus are essentially what I’m tempted to say to myself when I want to throw in the towel and see everything play out", Bo Milli says. "It’s a logic that's difficult to argue with, but nevertheless, I think it's the wrong conclusion. It’s an attitude that disregards my responsibility, and it doesn’t feel good to live like that." Take a listen for yourselves below.



f: https://www.facebook.com/Bo-Milli-1604201839642981

 

Slaney Bay - LS46

South-West London-based trio Slaney Bay unveiled their euphoric effervescent EP ‘A Life Worth Living’ back in November 2022. Swamped in emails I've only just got around to listening to it and it's one I've regretted waiting so long to devour. With towering pop sensibilities and earworm melodies their soaring vocals and swirling synth notes lift them to dizzying heights. Take a listen to stand out single LS64 below. 

f: https://www.facebook.com/slaneybay/


The Royston Club - Blisters

Scientists of Sound: The Royston Club - Blisters

Wrexham four piece The Royston Club have made tracks to kick starting a blinding 2023 with their scintillating new single Blisters. Speaking about 'Blisters', frontman Tom Faithfull said: “Blisters is about trying to navigate relationships through teenage years and the tendency that people have for settling in relationships that they’re not that happy with when they’re young to try to find some acceptance. But being in an unhappy relationship makes moving through life more painful ultimately, hence the title ‘Blisters’. Despite not having very upbeat lyrics, the chorus was written to be shouted back at us, and with sunny afternoon slots at festivals in mind. It was one of the last songs to be written for the album. The video was shot at Delamere Forest too, just outside of Wrexham.

f: https://www.facebook.com/theroystonclub/

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