We’ve got a bumper crop to put up this weekend so I’m splitting them between today and tomorrow. We have live videos, lyrics videos and new videos from independent bands. Something for everyone – as we always aim for! Give them all a shot. You never know, you might just find something new that you like.
Lost Society – “I Am The Antidote (Live)”
Lost Society are really pulling out all the stops to promote new album Braindead which came out a couple of weeks ago. We reviewed it back then, and are looking forward to catching them in Glasgow with Exodus on Sunday, so in the meantime here’s a taster of their live show and of the new album…
Our Hollow Our Home – “Throne To The Wolves”
Some melodic metalcore from Southampton-based Our Hollow Our Home next. This is their second single and the band apparently have a lot planned for 2016. Updates as and when.
The Franklys – “Comedown”
50% Swedish, 25% British, 25% American, 100% rock’n’roll says the press release. This all-female multinational act aim to release an album before the end of the year, but you can order this single right now on limited edition 7″ vinyl from their website. Like what you see and hear? They’re touring the UK from the end of February through to the start of April.
Headspace – “The Science Within Us”
Turning our focus to prog now, and a track from Headspace’s new album All That You Fear Is Gone to add a little space-fuzz to proceedings. Pete Rinaldi from the band had this to say about the track:
When it came time to choose a track to make a video for, we felt that the world might not be ready for a 14 minute video for “The Science Within Us”. Then on reflection we realised we were totally wrong and edited the track down to 5 minutes. But for the more aurally inspired, the rest of the music can be found on All That You Fear Is Gone.
Love|Less – “The Lonely (Acoustic)”
A relaxing end to today’s collection with Love|Less sitting down for an acoustic session, and a new version of their track “The Lonely”. They’re planning on releasing several new videos over the coming weeks, both reworkings of their own songs and covers of bands who’ve influenced them.