Listen: The Sherlocks share new single, One Day

Listen: The Sherlocks share new single, One Day

Ahead of their visit to Scotland later this month, Sheffield four-piece The Sherlocks have unveiled new single One Day – and you can listen to it here. Taken from second album Under Your Sky, One Day is a modern love song. It opens up with a mass of immediately energetic guitars and frontman Kiaran Crook’s effortless vocals leading the listener to an infectious stadium sized chorus – backed by subtle but effective vocal harmonies. As…

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Listen: The Slow Readers Club release new single ahead of Scottish gig

Listen: The Slow Readers Club release new single ahead of Scottish gig

Ahead of their sell-out Scottish gig in December, Manchester-based four piece The Slow Readers Club have released what’s arguably their most potent and powerful single to date – Lunatic. You can listen to it below. The band – comprising of Aaron Starkie (vocals), Kurtis Starkie (guitar and vocals), James Ryan (bass) and David Whitworth (drums) – have drawn comparisons with Interpol, The Killers and The National. They count among their fans Jim and Saul from…

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Brandon Flowers discusses The Killers’ new album

Brandon Flowers discusses The Killers’ new album

Brandon Flowers, frontman of Las Vegas indie-rockers The Killers, has said he wanted to make a “more grown-up” record this time around with Wonderful Wonderful, the band’s soon-to-be-released newbie. The Killers, who visit Scotland in November on a UK tour, are set to release Wonderful Wonderful on September 22. It is the Somebody Told Me hitmaker’s first studio album in five years, following 2012’s Battle Born. Speaking to Rolling Stone magazine, Flowers and drummer Ronnie…

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Review: Arcade Fire, Corn Exchange

Review: Arcade Fire, Corn Exchange

They played in front of a huge crowd at the Ross Bandstand in Princes Street Gardens in 2005, supporting Franz Ferdinand; at a windswept T in the Park in 2007; and before 8,500 fans at Edinburgh Castle’s famous Esplanade in 2011. But Arcade Fire’s return to Scotland was deliberately low key as they performed an intimate gig at Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange on Thursday night to herald new album Everything Now, which is out on July…

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Watch: British Sea Power unveil surreal video for new single

Watch: British Sea Power unveil surreal video for new single

Ahead of next month’s visit to Edinburgh, Brighton-based indie band British Sea Power have unveiled the surreal video for new single Keep On Trying (Sechs Freunde). You can watch it right here. Taken from their soon-to-be-released sixth studio album, Let The Dancers Inherit The Party, the new single’s lyrics refer to the German translation for ‘six degrees of separation’. Let The Dancers Inherit The Party was recorded in Sussex, London and on the Isle of Skye, and follows…

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