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Monster Jaw Call Time On Their Career

Monster Jaw Call Time On Their Career As 2015 starts to draw to a close, another band decides to call time on their career. After three years of recording and performing live, alternative rock band, Monster Jaw, officially announced their continue →

Live Date for The Tall Grass

Live Date for The Tall Grass The Tall Grass, comprising of Peter Fenton and Jamie Hutchings, will be performing this Friday night (27/11) at The Gasoline Pony in Marrickville, Australia. With the duo adding the final touches to their debut continue →

New Interview With Monster Youth

New Interview With Monster Youth It was down to bass player, Koen De Gendt, that Famous Last Words (FLW) received its first hearing of indie band Monster Youth. As word soon spread, FLW returned the call with a request for continue →

In Time With TimeKillers

In Time With TimeKillers Latest interview to arrive at Famous Last Words (FLW) is with TimeKillers. After impressing FLW greatly with their debut album, ‘Dead City Dreams’, it was left to FLW to seek out these punk rockers from Finland continue →

A Two-Way Split Between Moving Mountains And Prawn

A Two-Way Split Between Moving Mountains And Prawn There is a split release on the way from Triple Crown Records featuring Moving Mountains and Prawn. Both tracks selected for this two-way release are new tracks, and set for official release continue →

Debut Album On The Way From Cold Sweats

Debut Album On The Way From Cold Sweats Currently active promoting third single ‘Hater Failure’ from their forthcoming debut album ‘Social Coma’, New York trio, Cold Sweats, look set to release the full album later this week. With ‘Social Coma’ continue →

Devinyl Splits No. 4 Featuring Cymbals Eat Guitars

Devinyl Splits No. 4 Featuring Cymbals Eat Guitars Continuing the Devinyl Splits series, which is a set of six releases issued on 7″ vinyl and featuring Kevin Devine teaming up with a different partner for every release, Cymbals Eat Guitars continue →

Gluefoot Reflect On Grangetown

Gluefoot Reflect On Grangetown With a sound that is more akin to the cities of Boston and Seattle rather than Bristol and near neighbour Cardiff (UK), new pop-punk/grunge trio Gluefoot is ready to unleash their noise for a second time continue →

Basement Ready With New Album

Basement Ready With New Album Next year will be a fresh start of sorts for Basement after deciding to take a break back in 2012, shortly after the release of their debut album ‘Colourmeinkindness’ that actually went on to sell continue →

Val Hollie With Debut EP

Val Hollie With Debut EP In preparation for a full-length album, New Orleans’ Val Hollie (real name Peter Campanelli) is ready to release his debut EP of the same name. By teaming up with Ross Farbe (Video Age), who was continue →

The Lonely Together

The Lonely Together Hailing from Scotland, indie band The Lonely Together recently saw their brand new single receive its official launch in Edinburgh. The single goes by the name of ‘Congregation’ and confirms the various tags the band has been continue →

Heaven Is A Halfpipe For OPM

Heaven Is A Halfpipe For OPM Following on from their successful UK and European tour this summer, fun-lovin’ skate punks OPM are set to reissue their smash debut album, ‘Menace To Sobriety’. The successful long player was originally released in continue →

FLW Playlist

 

Doubt Mines EP

Terrible Love (Big Scary Monsters)

There seems no cure for the emotions expressed here. Cracked love, open wounds and downright despair is what you’re likely to get when it comes to the latest release from post-hardcore outfit Terrible Love.

 

London Is Trouble (Single)

Sol Heilo (Propeller Recordings)

…any joy that is left to be found can certainly be had via ‘London Is Trouble’ and the impressive manner in which this intimate tale is told .

 

Scale Of Blindness

Benjamin Finger (Eilean Records)

It’s a masterwork, and it’s called ‘Scale Of Blindness’.

 

Retreat (from album The Neon Handshake)

Hell is for Heroes (Chrysalis)

Defiant to the end, Retreat is just one of the highlights from a debut album that is being celebrated this month with a number of live dates.

 

The Long Harvest

Creek Road Eleven (Z-Trading)

Such attention to the finer details has certainly paid off as Creek Road Eleven deliver a ten-track album packed with rollin’ country rock tunes…

 

International Blue (Single)

Manic Street Preachers (Columbia)

Everything in its right place then, the new album should be something worth waiting for.

 

Baksida På Operaen (Single)

Stian Fjelldal (Didelidoo)

It makes for compelling listening, especially given the added teaspoonful of eccentricity that brings to mind Scotland’s Mull Historical Society.

 

Thee DB3

Thee DB3 (Drum Monkey Records)

Thee DB3 are a talented unit with a debut album that is firing on all cylinders.

 

Hiding Places (Single)

Rain On Monday (ROM Music)

…‘Hiding Places’ may be the sound of rainfall yet the sun is also shining.

 

Wolf (Single)

DYLYN (HOME Music Co.)

With a genuine 80s feel coursing through the centre of this new record via moody sounding synths, ‘Wolf’ is not without current reference points regarding its overall sound…

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