Oh hey, didn't see you there. We're Underline The Sky, and as Suffolk got running water and broadband last year, we're able to send you our new single "Promises", a banging emo anthem about not being able to keep your promises! Bloody hard ain't it.
Hey friends! We are Carried Away, a 3 piece pop punk band from Toronto, Canada and we are excited to share our tunes with you! We blend catchy vocal hooks straight out of early 00s with modern emo / pop punk vibes to deliver hard hitting and honest, but at the same time upbeat and hopeful sound.
Hey guys, we've been playing around Bath/Bristol for the last 3 years after we released our debut EP. This is our brand new single 'Tired', a song about looking out for your friends. Hope you can relate and enjoy the music!
We are a new band based in Los Angeles heavily influenced by punk and emo music. Music is the reason we are still alive. Life has sucked for us and we write about that. We know others hate the dark side of life as much as we do, so let's get together and have an emo party.
Hiya! I'm Theo this is my project, Fairies! No Mercenaries. I'm working on releasing a full album but in the mean time I have a music video for a single called Swansong. The video follows a girl being followed by a monster only she can see.
Hey everyone, we're Casavettes, an emo band from Limerick, Ireland. We've been playing around the country for the last few years and we're finally gearing up to release our debut LP, Senselessness. It's out on 27th Feb, but you can hear the first single, I'm Not Here, I'm Somewhere Else, right now!
Hey y’all we’re Sit Calm. We started in 2014 as a 3 piece band and since then have added 2 members and released 2 EP’s and an LP. Our newest EP “Percia” dropped in October last year and it’s by far our best work yet. Hope you enjoy!
Basement Alchemy is a one man band by me, Shai Pelled. Zero to One is the first single off the new (second) LP, Changing Colors. I wrote the song while running in an attempt to give strength to myself in a dark period where I thought I might be dying. I later overcame that, hence the title.