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Infinity Broke

Jamie Hutchings returns with new band and album Jamie Hutchings makes a welcome return with a brand new band under the moniker Infinity Broke that includes his brother Scott Hutchings, long-term bassist Reuben Wills and former Bluebottle Kiss member Jared continue →

Ice Cream Cathedral out with new single

Ice Cream Cathedral making a name for themselves Danish band Ice Cream Cathedral release new single ‘The Swans’ which is the first song to be lifted from their forthcoming new album ‘Sudden Anatomy’ set for release 12th May 2014 on continue →

A Clean Kitchen Is A Happy One

A Clean Kitchen Is A Happy Kitchen Interview Indie band A Clean Kitchen Is A Happy Kitchen had a chat with Famous Last Words (FLW) about their current album ‘A History of Music: A Mosaic’. The band were in the continue →

Interview with Karin Park

New album in the works for Karin Park Famous Last Words (FLW) spoke with Karin Park recently about her new album planned for later this year.  With the singles ‘Shine’ and ‘Look What You’ve Done’ being the first fruits from continue →

King King Interview

It’s all about hard work… Alan Nimmo of blues-rock outfit King King had a chat with Famous Last Words (FLW) recently about the band’s current tour and plans to  begin recording for a new album due later this year. The continue →

Sturgill Simpson Interview

On A High Top Mountain Nashville-based country singer-songwriter Sturgill Simpson was recently in the UK to perform a number of live dates in support of his debut album ‘High Top Mountain’. Famous Last Words (FLW) talked with Sturgill Simpson between continue →

To Harry…

Hege Brynildsen returns with new album Meeting in a swanky American diner in Oslo recently, FLW got to speak with Norwegian Hege Brynildsen about her forthcoming new album ‘Till Harry’. Having made the decision to record the album in Swedish continue →

The Scheen Interview

The Scheen is a band in its own right, and one that Atle Pettersen happens to be a member. The Scheen released their debut album last week to much applause here at Famous Last Words (FLW).  As a result of continue →

Uten at du vet det

Hot Off The Press! Famous Last Words (FLW) interviewed folk sensation Sigrun Loe Sparboe on the eve of her live performance at Josefine Vertshus in Oslo. Sigrun proved to be a great interviewee as there was much discussion regarding her continue →

Atle Pettersen discusses The Scheen

Norwegians The Scheen on debut album Atle Pettersen of The Scheen talked with Famous Last Words (FLW) this evening about the band’s eponymously titled album coming this week. With a release date set for 21st February and a concert in continue →

Circle Of Reason Announce March Tour

Circle Of Reason On The Road In March The South West four piece Circle Of Reason is touring during March under the banner Whatever’s Clever Tour. The live dates will focus on the north of England and Scotland and come continue →

Seven Doors Hotel Interview

Seven Doors Hotel agreed to meet FLW It was a damp and incredibly cold day in the centre of Oslo when Seven Doors Hotel met with Famous Last Words (FLW) over a cup of Joe or two as the band’s continue →

FLW Playlist

 

Doomsday EP

Reptilians From Andromeda (Prof Sny Records)

A band to believe in, Reptilians From Andromeda issue their latest garage-punk offerings with far more truths than other sources are currently leading us to believe.

 

The Inception EP

Oddhums (Inverse Records)

Taking our senses by surprise and definitely late to this particular party, Oddhums serve up a concise and engaging set of stoner rock, sludge and grunge via The Inception EP.

 

Eilean: [45]

Various Artists (Eilean Records)

More compilation goodness of ambient and experimental instrumentation from a selection of artists from around the globe.

 

Dream On (Single)

Amy Macdonald (Virgin / EMI Records)

Back in style, Amy Macdonald conjures up an infectious indie pop song with Dream On.

 

Other Side of Town (Single)

Gorilla Cult (Untitled)

The more one hears first single from Stockholm’s Gorilla Cult, the Other Side of Town certainly starts to become something of an obsession in more ways than one.

 

Space Invaders

The Kings of Outer Space (Greystone Records)

It’s got a bit of everything in terms of what to expect from a KOOS album, but it’s also an album that’s been listening to a few other ideas outside of its usual comfort zones, making it their best yet.

 

Bad Bohemian (Single)

British Sea Power (Golden Chariot Records)

A welcome return for indie eccentrics British Sea Power and new single Bad Bohemian.

 

Better Days

Missiles of October (POGO Records)

Second album for Missiles of October, who continue with their combined sounds of punk, sludge and stoner rock to serve up a real noise fest with ten new songs.

 

Paranoid (Single)

Cal (Waterfall / BMG)

New year, new start for Frida Amundsen who adopts the name Cal for this current project where pop is on the agenda coupled with insightful lyrics.

 

In The Company of Vultures

Panic In Eden (Panic In Eden)

An album with a vintage rock sound yet sounding distinctly modern, Panic In Eden has emerged from a previous wreckage to deliver a fascinating and exhilarating album.

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