Expect earworms aplenty with the thrilling sound of exciting up-and-coming Isle of Wight trio Reminders’ big and bold, catchy and hooky ‘beach punk’ sound.
It may have been a decade in the making, but Aberdeen-based punk rockers The Ruptured Ducklings have laid down a strong marker with the launch of their debut EP.
If you’ve been pining after a bit of classic 2000s pop-punk in your life then New York City quartet All In Due Time are here to fill the void.
Combining atmospheric post-punk with catchy alternative rock instrumentals and vocals, Sheffield’s FEARS. are an intriguing proposition.
On the lookout for a bit of archetypal feel-good pop-punk goodness to get your teeth stuck into in 2019? Then look no further than Newcastle quartet Better Days.
Our first Christmas New Band of the Week is London pop-punk meets alternative-rock quintet Two Year Break
Stoke-on-Trent trio I Am Pariah offer an intriguing metal-based catharsis to the frustrations of modern society. The band flirt between classic and modern metal sounds, with huge metal riffs and … Continue reading New Band of the Week: I Am Pariah
Glasgow’s WRTHLESS take all the fun and energy of pop-punk and fuse it with rockier influences, meaning they’re far from your pop-punk norm. As lead guitarist Stuart Macdonald tells us: … Continue reading Introducing: WRTHLESS
South-east London newcomers Death of Youth provide a nostalgic nod to emo and post-hardcore of the not too distant past, with their self-confessed “sad and shouty” approach. The band started … Continue reading Introducing: Death of Youth
Hull tech metal quartet Dividium are quite the metal melting pot, fusing huge mathy guitars and delicious solos with a kaleidoscope of vocal offerings, from classic metal vocals through to … Continue reading Introducing: Dividium
West Midlands band Lunafall have created a catchy guitar-driven sound that flirts with being poppy enough for the mainstream yet retains a heavier edge and guitar solos that will equally appeal … Continue reading Introducing: Lunafall
Not content with crafting an engaging punk meets rock sound that they describe as “passionate, explosive and empowering,” Canada’s Excuses Excuses are also on a mission to make the modern society we … Continue reading Introducing: Excuses Excuses