Where to begin with the plethora of new videos that have arrived since last time? With Paul Mosley & The Red Meat Orchestra and the single ‘Build Your Fire’ from his new album. We hope to be reviewing You’re Going To Die! very soon before it actually happens.
Skinny Lister release ‘Second Amendment’ as a single from their album The Story Is… Do you think they have a point to make?
Belle Curves (great name, btw) are from new York City. Their new single, ‘Promise Of 95’ is about a road – to be precise, Interstate 95, which is now complete after more than 60 years. I guess you have to live in Pennsylvania or New Jersey to appreciate the significance.
The new album by Beans On Toast is called The Inevitable Train Wreck and will be available in early December. ‘World Gone Crazy’ is the first track to escape from the wreckage.
Radio 2 Folk Award nominees The Breath recorded ‘No You Keep it’ live. It’s really an advert for Stuart McCallum’s new guitar but what the heck?
Bruce Springsteen‘s movie Blinded By The Light is big news at the moment. Here’s a special lyric video for the song ‘I’ll Stand By You’.
Bluegrass veterans The Grascals release ‘Callin’ Your Name’ from their new album, Straighten The Curves.
Will Purdue is a an alt-country singer/songwriter. This video for ‘Call My Name’, the title track from his recent EP was filmed around the wild west of Wimbledon and Finsbury Park.
The Ghosts Of Helags are a new name to us. ‘The Santa Rosa Song’ is the Scandinavian duo’s new single.
Mipso are a quartet from Chapel Hill, North Carolina and mix together all the influences you’d expect. ‘People Change’ is from their album, Edges Run, and the band start their UK/Europe tour tomorrow.
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