From their imminent album ‘She Won’t Make Sense’, out on August 2nd, this is the very lovely voices of Nashville duo The Harmaleighs on a very serious song about depression and anxiety. Very good it is too.
A hymn to having a good time in the middle of the week (something we can all get behind), this is from Nashville man Steve Poltz’s latest album ‘Shine On’, out now.
This is the lovely new single from Emily Mae Winters, released last Friday and from her great new album ‘High Romance’, released on July 19th. It’s a really nice video too.
Something a little different here for you. This is a five-minute film all about the making of Jim’s excellent new album ‘From Another World’, out on Friday 21st June. It’s a nice little insight into how it all came together, who’s on it and the songs and well worth a watch.
This is a fabulous video (with a robot!) for the excellent new single from Jack Cade, whose sonorous tones sing of memories, lost dreams and life changes. It’s from his latest album “Bare Bones”, out in July.
This is the new single, released today, from LA band Lasers Lasers Birmingham, taken from their new album “Warning”, out on July 26th. It’s a classic country sound but with a bit of a contemporary edge and we like it. The video’s fun too, but it starts quietly with the music kicking in after about forty seconds so be patient.
This is the rather good new single from Birmingham man Josh Herring, the title track of his debut album, out later this month. An excellent video to go with it too.
Another great video here, filmed only on a iphone, to accompany this murder ballad-style song from Florida musician Edan Archer’s forthcoming album “Journey Proud”, out in August. Can’t wait.
This is from London by way of Seattle trio London Shack’s latest album “Desert Dreams”, out now. Hypnotic, spaced out desert-rock style country blues, it’s very good indeed. The video is fabulous too – shot backwards but it’ll take you a while to work it out. They have live dates in Europe staring in London on June 22nd.
This is an excellent desert-rock style track from veteran folk-punk warriors Mekons new album “Deserted”. The video is… strange, but brilliant.