Hi, we’re ThreadBear - an unsigned three piece emo band from the north east of the UK. We recorded our first self-funded album with Leeds based producer Bob Cooper over a week in August 2018. We’re very happy to finally be releasing our first single from the record, Yupppp.
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.
We are XOAN from Athens and we recently released our debut record, “Greenhorn”. Sonically we tried to attempt a fresh approach on the sound that takes us back to when we all first started to really love music. So far, people tell us that it’s a great summer road trip companion. Enjoy! 🙂
"Strangers is part of a transition into a new era as a band. We’ve talked a lot about how we shouldn’t let genre define us and this song is the statement of intent. We hope you’ve come by now to expect the unexpected from us" - Paul Howells, guitars
We are Kill The Clock, a punk/rock band from Buffalo, NY. We just released our new single/music video “Worry”. We crafted the song with Fred Cimato (Cute Is What We Aim For) and recorded it with engineer Jay Zubricky (Every Time I Die, Save Face). We are very excited about and hope you are too!
Hi we’re Peace in Protest. We’re a hard rock three piece from Brighton, brought together by our desire to make music that gets people moving. Our debut single ‘Backwards’ is us showing you our love for heavy riffs, groove and pop hooks. We hope you enjoy it!
“It’s unusual for us to record a cover but it came from our live shows. None of us are guitar snobs, we appreciate pop music too, and Ariana is a really great writer. Also half of us have a crush on her so we hope she won’t hate our version.”
We're Bitch Falcon and this is our track 'Prime Number'. It's basically an apology song, for people close to me for being too self-obsessed and narcissistic to the point of pushing them away. It’s a nod to myself trying too hard to be cool and I'm probably better off just being plain ole me - Lizzie