Tag: Track Of The Week

TRACK OF THE WEEK 12/08/18 – THE YOUNG AND RESTLESS – FAMILY VALUES

This weeks track of the week goes to pop-punk outfit The Young And Restless with their new single ‘Family Values’. The fast paced pop-punk single echoes both past and present pop-punk values and influences, to create the track that defines them.

Family Values’ is about the typical scenario of a broken home – of course that could mean a lot of different things, but we think it’s something a lot of people can relate to no matter what it could be. When growing up these can have a detrimental effect on you, it makes you feel vulnerable, angry and confused, particularly in your teens when you’re only just finding yourself. It’s just a constant whirlwind of emotions that we delved into when writing this single. 

At first the music seems quite upbeat, until the opening line comes in and slaps you straight in the face! We wanted to give the impression of someone putting on a front to mask how they’re truly feeling beneath within both the music and the lyrics. Having been in similar situations ourselves we want to remind those people, you’re not alone, and it’s okay because after all the said and done, it does gets better.”

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TRACK OF THE WEEK 11/03/18 – COVE – ALL I BELIEVE

This weeks track of the week goes to Kent quintet Cove with their new track ‘All I Believe’

Guitarist Pete Woolven commented: ‘It’s a song that deals with being lost, having everything you stand for fall around you and not being able to relate or connect, whilst desperately holding on to anything that gives a sense of purpose or a reason to carry on.”

Discussing the track within the context of the EP Woolven adds: “With all of the songs on “A Conscious Motion” we really wanted to explore different dynamics and push them in ways we hadn’t used before, which influenced parts like the haunting first verse of the song. This section is probably one of our favourite parts on the EP and makes the heavy choruses sound huge.”

Cove’s new EP, ‘A Conscious Motion’ is released on March 23rd. The band will be following up the release with a UK tour. You can check out dates below!

TRACK OF THE WEEK 04/02/18 – THE PLOT IN YOU – DISPOSABLE FIX

This weeks track of the week goes to The Plot In You with their new single ‘Disposable Fix’!

The track is the third single from upcoming studio album ‘Dispose’ due out on February 16th. While this track encompasses the lyrical style of The Plot In You’s previous material , the more simplistic backing gives it something a little different to what we would expect. Check out the track below!

TRACK OF THE WEEK 14/01/18 – CURRENTS – DELUSION

This weeks Track Of The Week goes to Currents with their new video for ‘Delusion’!

Coming off their most recent record ‘The Place I Feel Safest’, ‘Delusion’ is a energy packed track of definitive metalcore with its own style. A track not to be missed. Make sure to check it out below!

TRACK OF THE WEEK – 07/01/18 – DEFENDER – EMPATHY

Our first track of the week for 2018 goes to none other than Switzerland post-hardcore rockers Defender with their new video for ‘Empathy’!

The single comes off their 2017 debut album ‘Lost//Tree’. With some hard hitting lyrics and great musicality, ‘Empathy’ is a great track to listen to and gives a good sense of the standard of the album! Make sure to listen to it below!

TRACK OF THE WEEK 03/12/17 – SAFEGUARD – NOVEMBER

This weeks track of the week goes to UK pop-punk band Safeguard with ‘November’ of their new release ‘I’m A Stranger To Myself’!

Being their second EP, the boys in Safeguard bring back familiar elements of their past EP ‘When Did You Stop Caring’ while bringing a slightly better recorded and improved element to their new EP ‘I’m A Stranger To Myself’. Make sure to check out Safeguards ‘November’ below!

TRACK OF THE WEEK 19/11/17 – PARAMORE – FAKE HAPPY

Paramore Just released their newest video for ‘Fake Happy’ off their new album ‘After Laughter’ claiming the track this weeks track of the week!

Set in New York City, the video follows vocalist Hayley Williams as she skips and jumps around the fake happy day-goers before turning around being fake happy herself. The track also brings across the same happy cover to the song with more personal, deeper meanings as seen though the rest of the album. Make sure to check it out below!