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Red Rum Club

The Hollow Of Humdrum

    Red Rum Club broaden their horizons with their second studio album, The Hollow of Humdrum.

    Widening the spectrum of their sonic, this record varies from acoustic ballads to disco themed festival anthems. Theatrical brass lines and pop choruses are infused with rumbling bass lines, western guitars and Latin percussion to create this instantly recognisable record.

    The Hollow of Humdrum depicts a metaphorical hideaway. It reflects upon the vices and virtues people use to escape the mundanities of everyday life. The identity of Red Rum Club is still very apparent but The Hollow of Humdrum marks the band’s natural evolution from their debut album, Matador.


    01. / A1. The Elevation
    02. / A2. Kids Addicted
    03. / A3. Vivo
    04. / A4. Ballerino
    05. / A5. Favourite Record
    06. / B1. Eleanor
    07. / B2. Dorado
    08. / B3. Girl Is A Gun
    09. / B4. Brando
    10. / B5. Holy Horses

    The Blinders

    Fantasies Of A Stay At Home Psychopath

      The Blinders have announced their new album, 'Fantasies Of A Stay At Home Psychopath' via Modern Sky UK.

      The follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut album, Columbia, released in 2018, the album explores existential despair, mental health and society’s ills in a time of planetary crisis, and is both a riposte to, and commentary on, the rise of populist ideology. Delivering a blistering collection of powerful tracks, Fantasies Of A Stay At Home Psychopath is imbued with the visceral energy of IDLES, the twisted melodies of solo-era Lennon and the darkness of the Bad Seeds.

      In the shadow of Brexit and the climate crisis, The Blinders return with their unique brand of outspoken anthemicism and a sensational album to rouse awareness and inject vital energy into a bleak 2020. Combined with their blistering live energy, get ready for The Blinders to accelerate furiously into the limelight. 


      1. Something Wicked This Way Comes
      2. Forty Days & Forty Nights
      3. Lunatic (With A Loaded Gun)
      4. Circle Song
      5. I Want Gold
      6. Interlude
      7. Mule Track
      8. Rage At The Dying Of The Light
      9. From Nothing To Abundance
      10. Black Glass
      11. In This Decade

      The Slow Readers Club

      Live At The Apollo

        2019 has seen the band complete a mammoth 32 date UK tour, ending in an epic finale in Manchester’s intimate Gorilla venue, which sold out in a matter of minutes. The Slow Readers Club also performed at a number of UK festivals including a main stage appearance at Neighbourhood Weekender in Victoria Park, Warrington on May 26th alongside their fellow Northern contemporaries Richard Ashcroft and The Charlatans. But more excitingly for the band was their first ever European headline tour which included 15 dates across Europe before they hit Madrid in July for Mad Cool Festival.

        “We’ve had plenty of fans making contact asking us to play all over Europe, so it’s great to finally be able to do so,” says singer Aaron Starkie. "We had a great response at a few European festivals last year (Reeperbahn, Kaltern pop and Haldern pop) so we're looking forward to getting back out there to build on that”. Following their Summer festival slots the band will close out the year with a string of December shows, including two massive, sold out hometown gigs at O2 Ritz Manchester.


        1. Lunatic (Live At The Apollo)
        2. Fool For Your Philosophy (Live At The Apollo)
        3. Supernatural (Live At The Apollo)
        4. Sirens (Live At The Apollo)
        5. Never Said I Was The Only One (Live At The Apollo)
        6. Start Again (Live At The Apollo)
        7. Through The Shadows (Live At The Apollo)
        8. Lives Never Known (Live At The Apollo)
        9. One More Minute (Live At The Apollo)
        10. You Open Up My Heart (Live At The Apollo)
        11. Plant The Seed (Live At The Apollo)
        12. Lost Boys (Live At The Apollo)
        13. Not Afraid Of The Dark (Live At The Apollo)
        14. Cavalcade (Live At The Apollo)
        15. Block Out The Sun (Live At The Apollo)
        16. Feet On Fire (Live At The Apollo)
        17. Forever In Your Debt (Live At The Apollo)
        18. Lost In Your Gaze (Live At The Apollo)
        19. I Saw A Ghost (Live At The Apollo)
        20. On The TV (Live At The Apollo)

        The Tea Street Band

        BFYH / Only Love (Jimi Goodwin Remix)

          The Tea Street Band follow in the tradition of tunefully idiosyncratic Liverpool bands like The Coral, The Lightning Seeds, and Shack, though their blissful Electronica sounds like none of those bands. Rather, The Tea Street Band are closer to artists like Tunng and This Is The Kit, blending instrumentation with synths and beats. Like so many Liverpool artists, at the heart of The Tea Street Band is a keen ear for melody. Driven by propulsive hooks, their songs grab from the get-go, often building to a euphoric rush.

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