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.
I’ve fallen head over heels in love this weekend; with fifty five minutes of music. ‘Petals For Armor’ is the first solo album from Paramore’s front woman, Hayley Williams, so thought I’d share some thoughts with you… In January, Williams released her first solo single, ‘Simmer.’ It climbed its way to the top of my … 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