There’s a few reasons my 2020 albums list is about a month later than everyone elses, the only viable ones are 1) I’ve become even more of a procrastination queen this year and 2) I was giving TSwifty a chance to drop another surprise album on us & save me an edit job, but, with … More The Albums That Saved Twenty Twenty.
True Love Waits is the sixth release of Irish rock band, the Coronas. Their first as a three piece but that definitely does not mean that the album packs any less of a punch. With catchy hooks and roaring riffs, ‘True Love Waits’ is possibly the band’s best album to date. A particular highlight for … More The Coronas on the release of True Love Waits.
~ Part I ~ • Simmer • Leave It Alone • Cinnamon • Creepin’ • Sudden Desire • ~ Part II ~ • Dead Horse • My Friend • Over Yet • Roses/Lotus/Violet/Iris • Why We Ever • ~ Part III ~ • Pure Love • Taken • Sugar on the Rim • Watch Me … More Hayley Williams’ Petals For Armor.
I first came across Hatchie when it was announced that she was supporting the Vaccines last year in Motherwell. I fell in love with her sound – so when I was asked if I wanted to hear her debut album ahead of it’s release on Friday 21st June, I was delighted… and it definitely has … More Hatchie’s debut album “Keepsake” – review.
Ayrshire band, Culann, are made up of PJ Kelly (vocals & guitar), Sean Kelly (drums), Greg Irish (guitar), Ross McCluskie (keys) and Calum Davis (bass). The band released their second album last week – I was lucky enough to be sent a copy so I thought I’d share my thoughts with you… Tracklist: Evonium Event Without … More Culann – ‘The Great Ecumene’ review