Foals have an ambitious 2019 planned, with not one, but two new albums on the way, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 1 and Part 2. March 8th will bring us Part 1, which is being teased today with a new song called “On the Luna”.
The follow-up to January’s “Exits” single, it features bright, ’80s-style synths matched up with lively guitar riffs. The track also comes with a similarly fun music video comprised of concert footage and behind-the-scenes moments from Foals’ Everything Not Savedrecording sessions.
London-based duo APRE have just unveiled their debut single All Yours, a captivating indie cut with infectious pop sensibilities. Lyrically the song captures the intensity of that point where you are ready to give yourself to someone entirely. Musically, too, APRE twist those most intimate moments into widescreen, alternative pop, drawing equal inspiration from the likes of Foals or Bombay Bicycle Club as red-blooded 80s pinups like Tears for Fears and ABC.
Tusks has debuted the video for her spellbinding cover of Foals’ ‘London Thunder’. The track is taken from her debut album, ‘Dissolve’. There’ll be an album launch party at Kamio in London on 15th November.
Watch ‘London Thunder’ below.
Boniface is a new band from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Boniface released their first single “I Will Not Return as a Tourist” just last week and has already signed a deal with Transgressive Records who is home to artists like Alvvays, Flume, Foals, Two Door Cinema Club and more. The track is overwhelmingly dream-like with its lo-fi production and airy synths. Most importantly, the track’s complexity is what makes it so intriguing; it’s difficult to define the genre it falls under. Some may call it indie while others could suggest it’s experimental.
The London boys Palace who have releases their debut LP So Long Forever will play tonight at Sidecar.
Palace sounds like a band that has always existed. Beautifully crafted and mature, their debut album So Long Forever is sure to ascend them to the status of indie darlings. Fans of Foals and The National will especially appreciate their melancholy and unrushed vibe as well as their existential songwriting, which will stay with you long after the final play.