Speakers Corner Quartet—a London-based group that fuses jazz, hip-hop, electronic and more—teams up with singer-songwriter Sampha on the poignant “Can We Do This?” The silky smooth melody and Sampha’s tender vocals are accompanied by a black and white, perspective-shifting video directed by Akinola Davis Jr wherein individuals of all ages jump on a bouncy castle.
Martin’s Sofa · Headie One Martin’s Sofa ℗ 2023 Relentless Records under exclusive licence to Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited Released on: 2023-01-19 Composer, Lyricist: Irving Adjei Producer: M1onthebeat Composer, Lyricist: Nayvadius DeMun Willburn Mastering Engineer: Sing Engineer, Recording Engineer: Charlie Rolfe Composer, Lyricist: Joshua Louellen Mixing Engineer: Leandro Hidalgo
The Sumeru OST Promotional MV features two compositions, “Overnight Dew in the Woods” and “For Riddles, for Wonders,” performed by symphony orchestras and top folk musicians. Music Production: HOYO-MiX
The Sumeru OST Preview MV features two compositions, “Hustle and Bustle of Ormos” and “Scorching Outpost,” performed by symphony orchestras and top folk musicians. Music Production: HOYO-MiX
Liverpool risers CRAWLERS return with new single ‘F*ck Me (I Didn’t Know How To Say)’.
The band have signed to Polydor, and their second major single could be their most uncompromising to date.
A gnarly rocker with a killer chorus, ‘F*ck Me (I Didn’t Know How To Say)’ delivers a knockout blow, matching super-stylised songwriting to a real sense of catharsis.
Dig a little deeper, however, and you’ll find lyrics that play with risk and daring, with Holly Minto chasing to reveal aspects of her relationship with her own body.
‘F*ck Me (I Didn’t Know How To Say)’ deals with trauma and recovery, with Holly commenting: “Fuck Me (I didn’t know how to say)”’ is a song very personal to us as a band. The song covers two ideas behind sex. First the trauma and disgust after sexual assault, and then the idea of how at the time of writing it I haven’t felt loved and only used for my body and for sex rather than the love I really wanted at the
Provocative East London rapper and singer/songwriter of Ghanian descent, equally comfortable drawing from experimental trap and noodling guitar rock
UK art-rockers Everything Everything have announced a new album Raw Data Feel, the follow-up to 2020’s Re-Animator. Along with the news is a lead single, “Bad Friday,”
Special thanks to Garden Studios for facilitating this project in their studios in Park Royal.
The story begins with James holding an ultrasound scan backstage, showing the moment he discovers he’s going to become a dad right before going on stage. Real-life concert footage features throughout as we get a glimpse into the high life of a rockstar ( think private jets, hot tubs and hotel rooms.)
It’s not all glamorous though, James also calls attention to lonely moments on the road when he goes home to an empty tour bus or drinks alone in a bar. Despite that, the music video is most certainly a love story – to both his expecting partner and his future daughter Emily. It’s packed full of steamy PDA throughout, with dark-haired model Laura Mae Bowes acting opposite him.
Today, UK singer/songwriter Jack Savoretti returns with his irresistible new single “Who’s Hurting Who” — a disco-fueled pop track featuring the legendary Nile Rodgers. “Who’s Hurting Who” is the first release from Savoretti’s forthcoming album Europiana, due out via Capitol Records on June 25.
Co-produced by Rodgers and Mark Ralph (Tove Lo, MARINA), “Who’s Hurting Who” arrives as a gloriously upbeat piece of soul-pop, perfectly showcasing Savoretti’s alluring vocal presence. With its dance-ready grooves, glistening guitar riffs, and lavish string arrangements, the song fully embodies the elegant escapism of Europiana, an album Savoretti describes as “the music of my childhood summers, remade for today.” But despite its undeniably fun spirit, “Who’s Hurting Who” also bears an intense emotional power. “It’s my take on the great Kris Kristofferson’s song ‘Nobody Wins,’” Savoretti reveals. “About behavior I’m all too familiar with, but hopefully is behind me. It’s a serious song in shiny packaging.”
The official video for “Who’s Hurting Who” will premiere soon, complete with a cameo from Rodgers. “Nile brings groove, glamour, and chic that is everything that Europiana is,” says Savoretti of his collaborator.
The seventh full-length from Savoretti, Europiana serves as the follow-up to his gold-certified album Singing to Strangers: a 2019 release that marked his first #1 on the UK album chart and earned praise from such outlets as The Telegraph (who hailed its “heady love songs mixing lush orchestrations with a tight, electric band”). This time around, Savoretti recorded at the famed Abbey Road Studios with leading producers like Cam Blackwood (London Grammar, Florence + the Machine), approaching the album with more confidence and imagination than ever before. “Singing to Strangers was my first album that wasn’t all about me, which I loved,” Savoretti says. “Europiana pushes that further. There are more characters and bigger concepts. I’m looking out at the world, not inwards.”
Greentea Peng is back with her first single of 2021 “Nah It Ain’t The Same”, which also arrives as the first taster of her highly-anticipated debut album MAN MADE. “Nah It Ain’t The Same” follows December 2020’s “Spells“, and features production from Earbuds (“Revolution”, “Hu Man”).
Greentea Peng revealed via Instagram that the new single is the first track to be lifted from her debut album MAN MADE. The new single is accompanied by a video directed by Machine Operated.
Greentea Peng writes of her album on Instagram, “Thank you to everyone who helped bring this together. It’s been a real process forming this album, a real trip. I’m so excited to begin this rollout, I have sooooo much music/ energy to engulf you with its wild. But I’ll start with this. Hope you enjoy it.
Deliberations of a (hu) man subject to the pendulum swing, a reflection of my utter confusion and innermost conflicts/contradictions amidst these shifting paradigms. Always LOVE, always mushrooms. PEACE.”