BIG JESUS – LOCK & KEY
Up until last week, I’d never even heard of Big Jesus. They seem to have come from nowhere. One minute I didn’t know who they were, the next, I saw they were supporting both Citizen and Good Charlotte on their upcoming tours, which is pretty big! This week, they released a song from their upcoming album ‘Oneiric’, titled ‘Lock & Key’. It has a dreamy feel to it, and if the album they release continues with a similar sound, I can see it getting a lot of attention. ‘Oneiric’ by Big Jesus will be released September 30th via Mascot Records.
Written by Hayley Fearnley
FATHOMS – DEATHWISH
Fathoms are on track to release their second album and from how well ‘Lives Lived’ was received, it’s no doubt that it will blow all competition out the water and raise Fathoms to new heights! ‘Deathwish’ delivers a hardcore barrage that makes even the most meek person want to jump in the mosh & start two stepping. As part of a debut album, ‘Deathwish’ is an utterly destructive force among a fine tuned and deadly release. Album number two cannot come soon enough!
Written by Sean Shore
MOOSE BLOOD – SHIMMER
Moose Blood‘s new album, Blush, came out last week and has received mix reviews all round. Some people think the album is too polished and lacking the grungy edge of their debut. On the other hand, I loved it. The album is a clean, upbeat collection of dreamy tracks that, in my opinion, stay true to their emo roots. Shimmer is the albums stand out track, with a guitar solo that is both chilling and simply incredible.
Written by Megan Smith
NECK DEEP – DECEMBER PT. 2 (FT MARK HOPPUS)
I don’t think any track can be beaten when it’s one from your favourite pop-punk bands and one of your all time vocalists. Although knowing I’ve probably made everyone down my street mad by constantly having this track playing while I get ready as it seems to have claimed place as my ultimate morning jam Within the few years I’ve been listening to Neck Deep the is easily one of my favourite songs they’ve released!
Written by Heather Lowe