Already Heard Recommends: Fast Years

Since forming in early 2011, Brooklyn indie garage quartet Fast Years have alongside Howler and have been compared to London’s critically acclaimed The Vaccines. With a sound that is self-described as a mixture of 80’s punk, surf pop and indie garage, Fast Years are quickly making a name for themselves as their recent>>

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Already Heard Recommends: Summerlin

After touring the UK circuit for a number of years, Leeds rockers Summerlin are about to unleash their debut full-length ‘You Can’t Burn Out If You’re Not On Fire’. With a brash mix of punk, hardcore and rock, the quartet worked with producer Pelle Henricsson (Refused, Entombed, In Flames) in>>

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Already Heard Recommends: Slowyear

Slowyear are currently showing us all how it’s done. Whilst only having their EP released at the end of last year, the band have played sold out shows, had quite a bit of media attention from UK websites and have supported the likes of Hostage Calm, Such Gold and Saves>>

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Already Heard Recommends: The Getaway Plan

Back in early 2009, Australian four-piece The Getaway Plan called it quits. In the previous twelve months they had released their debut album ‘Other Voices, Other Rooms’, played numerous festivals, received radio airplay and ended their run with six sold-out nights in Melbourne. However in November 2010, the band announced>>

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Already Heard Recommends: I Can See Mountains

Hailing from Buffalo, New York I Can See Mountains have quietly been making a name for themselves in their short time together. Their latest release ‘Hope You Never Get It’ is a bold, thriving collection of indie punk rock that quickly leaves an impression. With a sound that resembles early>>

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Already Heard Recommends: The Winter Passing

With a style made up of 90’s emo, folk and rock, Irish indie punk band, The Winter Passing showcase a style that has been likened to Tigers Jaw, with the brother-sister combo of Rob and Kate Flynn providing charming vocal melodies throughout their recent four-track demo EP. Influenced by The Replacements,>>

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Already Heard Recommends: Housefires

Having played in numerous bands in Portsmouth over the past few years, Housefires formed in 2011 and are now set to release their debut EP, ‘Before The Ceiling Caves’ at the end of the month. With a style that is self-described as “Letlive and Underoath making sweet sweet love,” the post-hardcore>>

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Already Heard Recommends: Out For Tomorrow

Based out of Bridewater, Surrey, Out For Tomorrow are a alt-rock five-piece who formed in 2009. Since then the band have shared the stage with Lower Than Atlantis, Deaf Havana, Futures and Devil Sold His Soul, which has resulted in the band toning their craft and become a highly promising, strong>>

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Already Heard Recommends: Burn Daylight

For James Pepper, his solo project entitled Burn Daylightwas born out of a university project that has since gone on to produce two EP’s with a third in the works.  With influences ranging from mid-90’s emo to Bruce Springsteen and The Gaslight Anthem, Burn Daylight comes off as a sensible>>

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