From Derby, UK, this is 5 Hills Out with some folk punk
Hey this is Peach Guevara! This is my track Montreal off of my very first album ‘Nude’. I wrote it at a time when I was questioning the depths of my relationship and whether it could withstand the changes of life. My music is very raw, straight up. It lets me be exposed and not give a fuck.
This is the video for the title track from my new EP. Recorded and shot in the lockdown, it's a cheap shot about terrible governments trying to outdo either other with some classic celtic bits in too.
Hey, I'm Edward from Stick Figure Funeral. I'm actually the only person from Stick Figure Funeral, it's just my solo project. I recorded this track in my bedroom with my acoustic guitar and cello. I wrote it like three years ago but decided it was worth making a proper recording of. Enjoy!
Hi, we are Or from Prague and have just released a video with a brand new single from our third full-length record. The album is called Smutný stroje (tran. The Sad Machines) and will be out by the end of June 2020 on the Prague-based record label Silver Rocket.
This track started as a picture poem, then became a Farfisa Organ sketch, then a pedal steel and flute improvisation before exploding into this final pared-down, punked-up version when we came together as a band to play Blyth Power's Ashes in 2019.
Hello Punktastic readers! I'm Ads. I'm a Welshperson based in Manchester. I write songs to figure out the relationship between my brain, my body and my behaviours. 'Obliterate Me' is the lead single from my upcoming EP. It's a punk banger about my anxiety of how people see me. I hope you love it!
We are folk punk band straight from the crazed country of Slovakia. The mix of fast chords and catchy melodies all performed on acoustic instruments. Our name Cascabel comes from an american ghost town in Arizona, cause when we started it often look like a ghost town at our shows:)
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