Written by: Charlotte Bredael
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Indie punk group ‘Scarlet’ have impressed crowds across the globe, secured spots at major festivals and gained praise from some of the best in the industry. Their new track ‘Friends’ blends powerful, Paramore esque vocals, punchy riffs and addictive beats into a track that would go down a storm at a live show.
Newcastle based indie-rock favourites ‘The Pale White’ quickly rose to popularity, gaining approval from the likes of NME, MTV and BBC Introducing. They’re loved for their melodic guitar and thunderous rhythms and their new track ‘Polaroid’ doesn’t fail to disappoint. If you’re a fan on grungy vocals and relentless riffs, you’re sure to love The Pale White.
Fuzzy Sun bring a refreshing twist to classic indie rock with their new single ‘A Modern Kind Of Blue’. Catchy hooks, smooth harmonies and upbeat melodies make this track a must listen for fans of laid-back indie greatness.
Pillow Queens have landed support slots with indie favourites like SOAK and Future Islands and boast a string of UK tours and sell out hometown shows. You’ll be able to see why after hearing their new single ‘Handsome Wife’, a riot of electric riffs, statement vocals and irresistible beats.
The North East continues to boast some of the UK’s best up and coming indie bands with ‘St. Buryan’ who have landed spots at a range of Newcastle’s popular festivals such as Hit The North and Evolution Emerging. Their new single ‘How Could I Know?’ is the ideal summer hit packed full of catchy choruses, sing-a-long lyrics and punchy riffs.
Finally, ‘the perfect me’ is the vision of Takumi Nishimura who is based in Fukuoka, Japan. Despite beginning as a band, Nishimura now solely handles composition, arranging, tracking, vocals and mixed engineering and his new single ‘Thus spoke gentle machine’ is ideal for your chill out playlist due to his dreamy vocals and hazy soundscape of indie synth-pop.