Formed in 1983 and now forty years on, 4,000,000 Telephones have re-emerged with some unreleased material that is as significant now as when it was recorded back in the eighties.
The ‘Klubber Lang’ name might be new to some, but the band’s pedigree is note-worthy. They were formed by Revelino guitarist Ciaran Tallon, Ciaran McGoldrick on vocals and bass, formerly of (sic), ex-Mexican Pets drummer Fin O’Leary and Ronan McHugh on keyboards.
Manchester’s The Slow Readers Club, are back with their latest and most anthemic single yet, ‘Tell No Lies’; a huge synth-driven alternate anthem ready-made in time for the band’s long awaited–and three times rescheduled–UK Headline tour kicking off on September 25th at the Foundry in Sheffield.
Rooted in the 60s, with a signature Doors style organ riff, this track quickly twists into a frenzied garage punk song with a raw and raucous sound producing a great high-energy fusion of punk with 60s rock n roll.
Fuzzy otherworldly tones, mellow lush guitar riffs and balmy basslines is the fantastic trademark sound of 90s indie stalwarts Emperor of Ice Cream.
The Chase have produced a fantastic hook laden track that’s old school brit pop for a new generation
Telling a story of undying love and the joys that come along with keeping those flames burning bright, this is a spritely, catchy track with a chorus that’s impossible to shake!