The name Arms & Hearts will be a familiar one to longtime Already Heard readers. In recent years, Steve Millar has been performing his brand of impassioned folk punk up and down the UK. Today, Millar releases his new EP, ‘Wires Crossed’ through Real Ghost Records. For the Manchester-based singer-songwriter,
Although New Jersey natives Your Persona has existed for the best part of 10 years, it’s not been an easy ride for them. Formed in late 2008, the quartet has faced more struggles than successes in the past decade. Most notably, frontman Matt Campione being diagnosed with cancer, which put
On paper, progressive rockers Dream the Electric Sleep formed in 2009 yet the Kentucky trio’s origins begin in the year before. Matt Page and Joey Waters had spent several years playing together with little to no success. Nevertheless, in 2008 they decided to write and record an album together. With
Fight For Friday’s second EP, ‘Someone You Could Trust’, captures the band’s personal growth while maintaining the pop-punk sound that has been a longtime influence. The end result is introspective and energetic with its five songs covering a range of topics; false apologies, standing up to negative people and mental health awareness.
We’re premiering the new compilation from UK punk rock label Real Ghost Records.
We also find out how the label started and what they have planned for the future.
York emo rockers Feed Them To The Forest exclusively stream give us a track-by-track down of their debut EP – ‘Can’t Forget’.
With its members having previously played in Blakfish, &U&I and Shapes, it’s no surprise To The Wall‘s eponymous debut EP is a mix of rabid hardcore punk with flashes of math rock. Songs such as ‘Through The Wars’, ‘1411’ and ‘Blue and Grey Mountains’ are pulsating slices of raw punk.
On their forthcoming debut album, ‘We Choose Pretty Names’, self-described queer indie-punk band Kermes confront a plethora of issues such as depression, misogyny, and anti-capitalism. Their latest single, ‘Casting The Creatures’, sees the Leicester quartet approach the matter of transgender identity and how some parts of society mistreat queer and
Since forming in 2015, Glaswegian five-piece Halo Tora have developed their own unique brand of prog-rock. This week they’re returning with a second album. ‘Man of Stone: First Chapter’ is a six-track concept record that adds alt-rock melodies to its immersive, layered musical and lyrical journey. While there are comparisons
For the past 10 years, Corey Stroffolino has made a career from being a touring musician. First as the frontman for Providence-based alt-rock/emo outfit The Attending, and more recently with expansive post-hardcore band La Dispute. Nevertheless, Stroffolino has always had a hunger to combine his love for comedy with his
Next month, Welsh noise merchants GRAVVES return with a new EP called ‘Oh, The Joy’. It picks up where last year’s debut EP, ‘Rattle’, left off as the trio deliver a set of snarling, punk-fuelled songs with the occasional hook thrown in here and there. With its release pencilled in
Since coming together last summer, London quartet Twin Jackal haven’t wasted any time making waves with their first two singles; ‘Humility’ and ‘Cruel’. With a melting pot consisting of math rock inspired riffs, soulful vocals and emotive harmonies, they’re rightly considered as “ones to watch”. Tomorrow they’re set to release
Last year, Plymouth quartet Patrons left a lasting impression by delivering one of the best, if not underrated, debut albums of 2017 in ‘As Above, So Below’. With an abundance of riffs, big choruses, and heartfelt lyrics, there is a lot to like about Patrons. Now 12 months on from
Since launching in 2013, Failure By Design Records have a proven track record of finding hidden musical gems. With names such as Boston Manor, Weatherstate, itoldyouiwouldeatyou, Lightcliffe and Guillotine amongst their back catalogue, the label continues to thrive. Today, we’d like to introduce you to FBD‘s latest addition – I
Manchester has a long history of producing a variety of guitar bands, and although it’s a city known for leaning towards the indie side of things, it has always been a musical hotbed for producing new and exciting talent. So with all that being said, we’d like to introduce you
Later this month, Danish noise-rockers Alcabean will be returning with their second EP, ‘Head Down’. With its stylistic nod to 90’s alt-rock, the quartet showcase a tight-knit set of fuzz-driven, melancholic songs with a raw undertone. Following on from being featured in last month’s “Recommends” roundup, we’re pleased to be
Last summer, Ventura, California’s Walter Etc. released the delightful ‘Gloom Cruise’. In fact, we were so enamoured, we gave it the full 5-star review, captivated by the group’s brand of breezy indie pop and Dustin Hayes’ thoughtful and resilient lyricism. Today, we are delighted to announce that Already Heard will
Four years ago, Mark Boniface began a solo acoustic project under the moniker of Harker. Fast forward to 2018 and following shows alongside names such as Creeper, Boston Manor, and Off With Their Heads and a few EP’s, Harker are set to release their debut full-length, ‘No Discordance’, next Friday.
Based out of the ever-thriving musical hub of Brighton, Evertim emotionally put it all out on the line with their second EP – ‘Your Heaven Held Me Well’. On songs such as ‘Let Me Go’ and ‘Clouds’, vocalist/guitarist Alex Tuck sings of damaged relationships and appreciating time spent with friends
Away from the hustle and bustle of Nottingham’s major venues, there is a tight-knit DIY community with local bands playing in intimate rooms such as JT Soars and the Chameleon Arts Cafe. Warm Copies is one of those bands that have honed their sound by playing in various DIY bands
For any up-and-coming bands to succeed in this non-stop music scene, you need various characteristics. Amongst them is hunger and enthusiasm. And St. Louis rock quintet welcomehome have it an abundance. Since forming in 2014, they’ve fully embraced the DIY mentality of what it takes to sustain life as a
Emerging from the industrial city of Bradford comes Jon Jones & The Beatnik Movement. With their blend of psychedelic fuzz, stomping bass lines and thundering rhythm, the West Yorkshire quartet have hints Queens of the Stone Age, The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster and Killing Joke. They recently released their debut
This Friday, Nottingham DIY emo punks Taco Hell will be farewell with the release of their first and only full-length. ‘Bad at Being Average’ follows two EP’s and a hometown live record, all of which have been delivered in just two years. The album sees the quartet offer a mix
Brought together over a drunken night dancing to Madonna (we’ve all been there, right?), Bad Idea are “ex-friends and current partners” Sarah Sefton and Daniel Johnson. Together they write scuzzy, lo-fi grunge-pop. Next Friday, the Leeds-based duo will be releasing their debut EP, ‘You’re So Cool’, through Circle House Records
Hailing from Brighton via Newcastle, noise-pop merchants Sick Joy look set to follow a growing list of Brightonians to break out of the coastal town. With their debut EP pencilled in for a spring 2018 release, we’re premiering the video for their new single – ‘Smiling Shame’. The track sees