Bloody Knees have returned with ‘Not Done’, the first single from their forthcoming EP Maybe It’s Easy, released 13 October via Distiller.

After taking some time off to collect their thoughts and hone a new direction, ‘Not Done’ is the four piece’s most visceral track to date. A single that builds upon the definitive sound they have developed so far, it takes Bloody Knees to glorious new heights, whilst still maintaining their gritty core.

The band announce a run of UK dates, following their forthcoming all dayer at The Sebright Arms in London on Saturday 29th July.

Bloody Knees Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

Listen to ‘Not Done’ below:

Plus support from HANKKS

HANKKS are an indie/punk band consisting of Ben James and Jacob Evitts forming a song writing and vocal partnership with brothers James and Harry Davison adding their own thing to the mix. The band gets its name from a shared admiration of the fantastic music man that is Tom Hanks. Following the release of their debut EP Wilson and receiving radio play from the likes of BBC Introducing, Virgin Radio and Amazing Radio plus support slots with bands such as SKATERS and The Amazons, things are certainly looking promising for HANKKS.

HANKKS Links: Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter

Watch the video for ‘Crisps’ below:

Plus support from MOSAIC

Up and coming Midlanders Mosaic make their debut at the Sunflower Lounge on 27th October.

Combining dreamy guitar riffs with pulsating bass lines and drum beats, Mosaic’s unique sound is shaped by a wide range of influences. With a youthful energy comparable to the likes of Sundara Karma along with catchy melodies influenced by global bands such as Kings of Leon and Radiohead, Mosaic’s live set is sure to take audiences on a journey.

Mosaic Links: Facebook | Twitter