MUSIC INTERVIEW: Sleeping With Sirens

Sleeping With Sirens are back with their new full-length How It Feels To Be Lost set for release on 6th September. We caught up with Kellin Quinn and Jack Fowler at All Points East to discuss their 2019 plans, touring with Good Charlotte and new music.


With debut LP 'Jord', MØL’s genre fluid musicianship has been widely complimented. Their re-released EPs, 'I' and 'II', show where it all began.

ALBUM REVIEW: The LaFontaines – Junior

The LaFontaines have got personal on their third album 'Junior', set for release this week via SO Recordings. The Scottish trio have stuck to their genre-mixing ways to create a varied body of music, which looks set to delight fans both old and new.
Live ReviewsMusic

LIVE REVIEW: Fatherson, O2 Academy, Glasgow, 18/05/2019

Booking the cavernous O2 Academy in Glasgow is a bold move for Fatherson. The band have long had a dedicated cult size following, packing out smaller venues all around the country, but this is a seriously big room. It’s a real statement of intent for this band, a sign they want to be on those bigger stages, and if this show is anything to go by they’re liable to get there.


Formed in early 2018, London-based trio Chains Of Daisy combine country rock, rhythm, and blues influences for an all-encompassing sound. Earlier in the month they released their debut EP 'Dead As Stone' and we caught up with the band to chat about their new release, their journey so far and much more.

ALBUM REVIEW: The Damned Things – High Crimes

Reforming, returning and reigniting a music industry revival, The Damned Things release their second studio album 'High Crimes' via Nuclear Blast Records. The follow-up to first full-length debut 'Ironiclast', 'High Crimes' results in a record relishing in each individual member's essence, erupting in an energetic sonic dynamism.
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