A new name to the site, the song is taken from Maurice’s Songs of Peril & Conquest album, due out mid-November.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter TD Lind has debuted a new song and politically charged music video for the first single “Bow Down” (Surfdog Records) from his upcoming new studio album, to be released later this year. Featuring animation by award-winning artist and cartoonist Walt Taylor, wittily illustrating Lind’s lyrics, “Bow Down” weaves a story capturing today’s current socio-political climate and the often-uncontested process of the powers that be, taking aim at everyone from Trump to the Clinton’s and everything from pharmaceuticals to housing. Continue reading “TD Lind Premieres Video for New Single “Bow Down””
Another quirky video, created by the lead animator on Radiohead’s “Burn the Witch” and a big bright soundtrack to go with it.
Delightful and slightly sinister video for the lead track from the Collective’s latest album, due out on November 4th.
From their new album, The Motion And The Moving On, the best yet from Southend’s finest and one that will feature in a few year end “Best Of” lists.
Taken from their excellent new album Great Shakes
A much underrated band with an excellent new album, Blindfaller, out soon.
With apologies to those readers who complained that the previous incarnation of AUK was like a Neil Young fan site. Uncut reports: “Neil Young has debuted four new songs live during the same show. Young and The Promise Of The Real played Telluride Town Park, Telluride, Colorado on Friday, September 30. During the set, they unveiled four songs, which Sugar Mountain – the website that documents Young’s setlists – has listed as being called “Hang Gliders“, “Texas Rangers“, “Peace Trail” and “Show Me“. You can watch “Show Me” below. Continue reading “Neil Young Debuts Four New Songs at Show – Watch”
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