Exclusive to AUK, this is the first showing of Christian Kjellvander’s new video “Midsummer” which is taken from the forthcoming album “A Village: Natural Light” which is released October 14th on Tapete Records. Rather fine it is too.
Short and sweet, with harmonies you’d kill for let alone die for. Taken from the album “Slows to Go” – out now on Battle Worldwide Recordings
New single from their debut album ‘The Golden Section’ – out 7 October on Musical BEAR Records
New video by three of the nicest boys in music, hailing from North Wales, this is taken from their forthcoming album Cosmic Country Blue out on Aveline Records next week.
This new video is the third track to be released from Rachael’s forthcoming album, Tightrope Walker which is out via Thirty Tigers on November 11th. Directed by Josh Radnor (How I Met Your Mother), it stars the Emmy Award winning Allison Janney (Masters Of Sex/The West Wing/10 Things I Hate About You) in an abstract short film.
On tour in the UK from October 6th, this is from the Stray Birds fabulous new album.
Passenger has posted a nice little song (which is actually pretty funny – “If I hit number one I’m hoping I can show that I’ve got more songs than Let Her fucking Go”) he wrote about battling the Boss for the number one spot here – all will be revealed tomorrow! The album is also heading for number one in Germany, New Zealand and Australia. It is absolutely cracking in case we haven’t mentioned it before.
Former Noah & The Whale guitarist Fred Abbott has just released the deluxe edition of his critically acclaimed solo debut ‘Serious Poke’ on Lojinx, ahead of November tour dates supporting The Zombies in November.
Incredible version too if you get a minute to watch below. Rolling Stone reports: “Jackson Browne delivered a poignant cover version of Bruce Springsteen’s 2000 track “American Skin (41 Shots)” during the New York City installment of The Concert Across America to End Gun Violence on Sunday. Backed by the soulful voices of Vy Higginsen’s Gospel Choir of Harlem, Browne belted heartbreaking lyrics that are as pertinent in 2016 as they were nearly two decades ago when Springsteen wrote them. “No secret, my friend,” sang Browne. “You can get killed just for living in your American skin.” A fan-shot clip from the Beacon Theater concert shows Browne strumming his acoustic guitar. The choir sways back and forth, clapping and adding harmonic color to the refrain of “41 shots.” Continue reading “Jackson Browne Covers Bruce Springsteen at Gun Violence Concert”
Taken from the new album “Bury Me in My Boots,” currently sitting at number one on Amazon’s alt-country top Top 100.