Tag Archives: UK

Divus Julius presents: The Mysterines

The Mysterines have long been tipped as ones to watch and it looks like 2023 could be their year. The Liverpool four-piece scored a Top 10 UK album with Reeling and they have supported Arctic Monkeys on their UK tour dates. The rockers have released their latest single, ‘Begin Again’.

Hit of The Week: Bimini ‘When the Party Ends’

Bimini signed with Relentless Records in 2022, and before now they have released three singles on the label, in the form of ‘Rodeo’, ‘Different Kinds of People’ and ‘Tommy’s Dream’.

The East London-based artist first rose to fame when they were runner-up on the second series of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’. In addition to their music, Bimini also released the best-selling book, ‘Release the Beast: A Drag Queen’s Guide to Life’, in 2021.

Bimini will release their debut EP later in the year. Bimini has shared their new single ‘When the Party Ends’. You can listen to the track below.

4Ever Songs: Adele ‘Someone Like You’

Adele‘s ‘Someone Like You’ is one of the most heartbreaking breakup love songs of all time. Adele‘s moving ballad became an international success in 2011, and it’s up there as one of the best (if a tad sad) love songs ever written and recorded. Adele co-wrote ‘Someone Like You’ with American singer-songwriter Dan Wilson, who was previously the frontman of the band Semisonic.

‘Someone Like You’ was a huge success, topping the charts in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, the UK and the United States, as well as reaching the top ten in many other countries.

Music by Bergman: Lanterns on the Lake

Lanterns on the Lake are a band from Newcastle Upon Tyne who combine dreamy, melancholic Indie rock with beautiful layers of texture and celestial melodies that thread around intricate instrumentation.

Lanterns On The Lake will release their Versions Of Us album on 2 June via Bella Union, Radiohead’s Philip Selway on drums, “Real Life” follows the band’s earlier singles – “The Likes Of Us” and “String Theory”.

4Ever Songs: The Rolling Stones “Sympathy for the Devil”

Few song openings are as recognizable as The Rolling Stones’ “Sympathy for the Devil.” Mick Jagger’s ad-libbing over that jaunty rhythm is at the same time groove-inducing and foreboding. The slow-building song has gone down as one of the best songs in history, never mind just in rock ‘n’ roll.

The fiendish track can be traced back to the Soviet Union-era satire The Master and Margarita, written by Mikhail Bulgakov. The complex work was a meditation on the omnipresent battle between good and evil as seen through the lens of Joseph Stalin’s dictatorship.

The satan-centric lyrics got the band accused of devil worship—as did many rock bands in the ’60s and ’70s. Despite the lyrics, Jagger has claimed the song is more about the darker nature of man than celebrating the devil.

Hit of The Week: The Last Dinner Party ‘Nothing Matters’

Having already garnered quite the reputation via a slew of live shows, The Last Dinner Party have now officially shared their debut single.

‘Nothing Matters’ marks the first music to be shared by the London-based quintet – who were previously known as just The Dinner Party. The track comes produced by James Ford, and is already a firm fan favourite from their recent live shows. It also comes accompanied by a dark and seductive video directed by directed by Saorla Houston and the band.