Empire are a band with a little something different about them, from lead vocalist Joe Green’s incredible range to the anthemic guitar chords that provide the fundamentals to new release Where the World Begins. We took a listen to the mini-album to see what makes them unique amongst the rising rockstars of today.
There’s no surprise that Richard Judge has been causing quite the stir with his music, with each song being a beautifully crafted piece of work. His creativity and passion for his music is contagious and we’re fairly certain that with one listen, your icy hearts will melt to nothing.
With the release of their second full-length record, The Blackest Beautiful sending letlive. into the hardcore hearts of fans across the World, their return to the UK for a string of headline shows was sure to cause nothing but mayhem. We headed down to their sold out London show, to watch them create chaos amongst the crowds at the Electric Ballroom.
One thing is for certain with Deaf Havana and that is that they’re not the band they once were. This is no bad thing though, for now we have six grown men standing before us, expressing their tales and emotions through the medium of music, through their third studio album – Old Souls.
Jim Lockey and the Solemn Sun are best known for their folk/rock fusions and the hard work they put into their music. For one night, they play to a sold out St Pancras Old Church, which is slightly ironic for a band who’s last album is titled ‘Death’.
We’ve all listened to, and are probably a little bit sick of Chocolate by now, but the self-titled album by The 1975 is quite brilliant. With desire winding its way throughout, catchy guitar melodies and jazz influences, it’s on its way to being one of our favourite albums of the year so far.