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Watch: Lusts – ‘Waves’ [video]

August 6, 2015 in News

Leicester duo Lusts have announced details of their debut album Illuminations, set to be released on October 23rd on 1965 Records, and unveiled the video for latest single ‘Waves’ which you can watch below.

Illuminations was produced by MJ from Hookworms in his Leeds studio, combining distorted organs and synths with fuzz guitars and driving choruses. The band, who have recently been heralded as NME’s New Band of The Week, release ‘Waves’ following the success of their previous singles ‘Mouthwash’ and ‘Temptation’, which DIY dubbed a ‘glistening, new-wave nodding exciting debut’.

The duo, made up of brothers Andy and James Stone, evoke the the classic woozy chorus and reverb laden guitars of Echo and The Bunnymen and the new wave pop sensibilities of Beach Fossils. Following successful appearances across the summer at various festivals including Secret Garden Party, Lusts continue to build their live presence with further UK/EU dates in September, October and November.

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LUSTS PLAY THE SUNFLOWER LOUNGE BIRMINGHAM ON SAT 31ST OCTOBER 2015. TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE HERE

Watch the video for ‘Waves’ below:

Watch: Gabrielle Aplin – ‘Light Up The Dark’

May 20, 2015 in News

Following the success of her debut album English Rain, Bath-born songstress Gabrielle Aplin announces details of the release of her eagerly anticipated second album Light Up The Dark. 

New single and title track ‘Light Up The Dark’ sees Gabrielle adopt a much heavier, darker sound than the gentle folk-pop of her debut release. Influenced by Joni Mitchell and the production on Feist’s The Reminder, Gabrielle says:

“I’ve become much more comfortable writing songs about other people’s stories as well as my own, much of which is inspired by travelling and everything I’ve seen since my first album.”

Light Up The Dark is released on September 18th and is available to pre-order now from here.

Watch the video for ‘Light Up The Dark’ below: