For The Wombats everything changed from the minute they have released the inaugural album “Guide to Love, Loss and Desperation”. Brought to platinum, the Liverpudlian trio’s introduction work was seen as an impressive piece full of humour, talented vocal and instrumental harmony.
You won’t be able to label or put them under any kind of category. But you will like it. In spite of that indefinable nature, if they could be positioned into a shelf it would definitely be among the top British alternative music breakthroughs.
Their debut album was out last year. “I Fear A New World” is the name of Cold Crows Dead’s first work and, having been released via Raygun Records, it was immediately followed by a UK non-stop tour that has started to show a bit of Murray Macleod and Paul Steel’s prodigious and daring minds.
The band name seems far from the projections of the future about them. Bitter Ruin is a duo integrated by Georgia Train and Ben Richards who have been walking towards a series of accomplishments. They depend on absolutely no one other than themselves and their listeners.
Leeds is the city where Adult Jazz four-piece was formed. The newcomers invested into creating an eclectic style that came out drowned in intensity, shine, and harmony. Proof of that is their debut album “Gist Is” whose critics have savoured and favoured.
Folk, rock and country are back together. The good news is brought by a messenger called Robert Vincent. He is a singer-songwriter from Liverpool determined to make the music he really enjoys. Until today he has succeeded at being honest with his audience and lives by the words “Sing what you mean – and sing it like you mean it”.
The power of classic rock is latent in Broken Witt Rebels’ music. James, Danny, Luke and Anthony are four firestarters from Birmingham that decided to entice with the fusion between the corrosion effect of rock n’ roll and the smoothest side of the blues.
Ben Romans Hopcraft, Leo Dobsen, Daniel Salamons and Jonny Williams comprise the Childhood gang. These Londoners have recently released their debut album titled “Lacuna”. According to The Guardian they might be on to something: and it’s just “what the world is waiting for”.
Continuous evolution, the evocation of paradox feelings and intense orchestration are the engines guiding the West London band Famy on the way to triumph.