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Self Esteem today shares her track ‘You Forever’, which is the final track to be lifted from her highly anticipated second album Prioritise Pleasure out now via Fiction Records. Empowering and witty in trademark Self Esteem style, ‘You Forever’ is another standout cut, about which Rebecca Taylor says, “This song is about the bravery of …

Self Esteem has shared another track from her forthcoming album ‘Prioritise Pleasure’ due 22nd October via Fiction records. Titled Moody, it will be the fourth track taken from the album. Self Esteem says:  “Moody is a song about reclaiming being a moody cow. My whole life I’ve been referred to as mardy (northern for moody) …

Out via Fiction Records on August 7th is ‘I slept on the floor’, the debut album from Another Sky. Ahead of its release the band have announced a headline show at Earth in London for 11th November, and have released a new video for their new single ‘Fell In Love With The City’. On the …

Sheffield’s Self Esteen has announced a new EP, Cuddles Please which is out on May 1st via Fiction Records, featuring alternative versions of three of the songs from her much lauded Compliments Please album from last year, ands a cover of Alex Cameron’s ‘Miami Memory’ The EP features a Sheffield-based choir, Neighbourhood Voices, which was …

She’s one of our heroes, is Kate Tempest. Rapper, poet, playwright, novelist – she’s working to get some kind of monopoly on words, so it seems. Following on from her recently-released debut novel, The Bricks That Built The Houses, she’s revealed the companion album to the book, titled let them eat chaos. Released on October …

We finally have news of the debut Kate Boy album – it’s called ONE and is due to be released in November via Fiction/Island/Iamsound. More good news – they’ve shared new track Midnight Sun and it is electro-pop perfection. Maybe it’s just that I’ve been hooked on stories featuring artificial intelligence recently (Humans, Ex Machina…I …

I am an unabashed fan of The Horrors and already enthusiastically reviewed the first release off their much anticipated fourth album “Luminous”, the seven minute long epic “I See You“. The Horrors have now released a new video for another song off the new album,  called “So Now You Know”, a visual epic filmed in a deserted …

I once was sat at the side of the Royal Albert Hall, waiting to play a concert there (I know, and I apologise for the name dropping, but it’s part of the story) as two conductors were arguing over the seating plan. If I remember rightly it was for a concert in the Proms series …