Hamburg-based indie pop trio Roller Derby released a fantastic new single “Always On My Mind”, with which they have completed their debut EP with Practise Music (it also includes “Say How Come” and “Only You”).
It is out with the music video, presented as a tour diary documenting the band’s early tours and live moments from last year.
Turn on any Roller Derby song released in the last two years and you’ll find a true pop gem. The musicians in this trio from Hamburg are real professionals in creating catchy and high-quality indie songs.
Their new one “Say How Come” is no exception. If you love the stuff of such artists/bands as Alvvays, Fazerdaze, Hazel English, Frankie Cosmos, etc. — do not sleep on Roller Derby. We really hope that the group has plans for an album or EP for next year.
The track is out along with a charming music video directed by Martha Wurmus.
It is difficult to categorize and/or describe the music created by Bingo Fury. All the songs released by the group (we have 4 so far) are amazing and impressive works of art, which simply cannot be pigeonholed into a single genre or style.
The unpredictable melodies of their songs do not let you relax for a second while listening, and the new one, “Underfall Yard”, is a great example of this. It is an excellent gift for lovers of bold sound experiments with high-performance skills, in which Bingo Fury organically and easily combines beauty and mystery.
The track is released alongside the music video, directed by Peter Eason Daniels. It is taken from the debut EP titled Mercy’s Cut, which is out October 7 via Practise Music.
A South East London six-piece Blue Bendy have announced their debut extended play. It is called Motorbike and will be released on February 11 through Practise Music.
We have already heard “A Celebration”, and now the band introduces the upcoming release with another brilliant shape-shifting single titled “Spring 100”. Speaking of it, singer and lyricist Arthur Nolan says:
«From a cynic’s perspective ‘Spring 100’ is 19 years old, doe-eyed and self pitying. I think I was probably aware of that at the time of writing – crying on a bus from Hull, trying to win someone back».