After a year off from touring and writing, the longest gap since the band’s debut record in 2008, Oxford alternative rockers Foals are back with some of their most creatively diverse music to date. Three and a half years after the release of their fourth studio album ‘What Went Down’,
Isle of Wight Festival // 13th-16th June 2019 // Location – Seaclose Park, Newport, Isle of Wight // Capacity – 50,000 // Founded – 1968 Britain’s oldest festival, Isle of Wight, will once again bring 50,000 revellers to the small island. In true Isle of Wight Festival spirit another massive lineup has been forged
One of the rising stars of the British music scene comes in the form of twenty-two-year-old Sam Fender. Named as one of the BBC Sound Of artists in 2018, the singer/songwriter has grown an army of fans in such a short space of time. As well his track ‘Play God’
Despite only being two weeks into a brand new year, the indie tides seem to be changing with two stalwarts of the UK scene returning. Three and a half years after the release of their fourth studio record ‘What Went Down’, Foals have teased the first taste of new music.
After one of arguably the best headline performances in Boomtown’s history, festival organisers released Gorillaz’s live performance of ‘Feel Good Inc’ so that we could relive a few minutes of this spectacle of music and arts forever. Gorillaz are the world’s most successful digital band, fronted by former Blur frontman Damon