Everything’s a bit weird right now isn’t? We at Bring The Noise UK hope you’re all being safe and looking after each other. Speaking of looking after people, now’s the time we could really look after the bands we love. So how can we all help the artists whose music has helped us through our hard times and been a soundtrack to the best night of our lives, now that they need us? You can support them. There’s a range of options available to musicians and you can help spread the word or help them by giving to these fund directly, or just making sure you spin the band’s records on Spotify a few extra times this month. Here’s some ways you can help...
When done absolutely perfectly, a good pop bop can melt anyone's heart, and get them moving to the beat, from the most grizzled of metalheads to the stuffiest of connoisseurs. Getting that formula right is an art in itself, but with their debut album 'Lovecore', Brighton alt-pop band Orchards make it look almost easy.
Jamie Lenman took his Road To Lenmania to Saint Luke's in Glasgow for an evening of live music which saw him performing two special live sets. One of these an acoustic set pre-supports and then a full-on triumphant headlining set to round off an incredibly special night.
Brighton based quartet Orchards have just released their Losers/Lovers EP via Big Scary Monsters. Produced by Thomas Le Beau Morley, the EP touches upon everything from love, loss and mental health in a sincere and special way.
Brighton-based alt-pop quartet Orchards have a busy time ahead of them this month, with the release of their new EP 'Losers/Lovers' imminent and forthcoming live dates. We caught up with the quartet to hear their top tips and stories from the road, from backdrop related injuries to being saved by their tour manager in Germany.