In this new, modern world, the act of choosing an un-Google-able band name can easily be as something of a statement of intent; JOHN have even had to opt for the (slightly more unique) JohnTimesTwo for their social media accounts and online streaming apps, but once you manage to track them down you'll find your new favourite band.
It has been over half a decade since Liz Lawrence released her debut album ‘Bedroom Hero’, but the jaunty anthems contained within do not sound dated. In fact, stick the album on now and you could be forgiven for thinking it was a new release. Over the past 18 months, Lawrence has returned to her solo project and,,,
There’s no getting away from the fact that Taking Back Sunday are trail-blazers and their infamous claim (from The Union) “I never made a scene”, has long since been proved false. Tonight is a celebration of all that they have achieved. ‘Tell All Your Friends’, which is being played in full on this trip, is a cornerstone of a...
Roxanne Clifford has charmed us plenty of times before in her former life as stellar frontwoman for Veronica Falls. Now, pulling together a series of solo singles which she's drip-fed to us over the past two years, she's back with a fully-formed solo album in the form of the stunning 'Dizzy Spells' under the name Patience.
It almost feels like we should be too young for truly legendary bands to walk among us, but as they celebrate the 20th year of their existence it’s impossible to argue that Taking Back Sunday do not deserve that tag. From their humble beginnings on Long Island, they’ve carved out an entire scene to which hundreds of modern artists are wholly indebted.
Few festivals manage to bounce back from a year ‘on hiatus’, let alone with line-ups which exceed anything they managed to put together before the break. In this way, and many others Long Division Festival is arguably one of a kind. Now into the second year of their comeback, we headed to Wakefield to sample their eclectic delights.