From an assortment of locations across the US, indie-pop enthused 19 Miles Per Hour are set to release their new single, ‘CONTRADICTIONS’ September 2022. With the goal to unite using music, the quartet centralises upon the notion that melodies have the power to make us feel like we are not alone in this world. Culturally relevant lyricism coupled with catchy yet passionate rhetoric, 19 Miles Per Hour hope to bring further awareness to conversations surrounding mental health.
People are going through many struggles right now, our world is overwhelmed with catastrophes, war and disaster. Approximately 280 million people in the world have depression. Music is a way to cope, escape and evolve from such negativity, and communicate hope with listeners. To achieve this, uplifting sound designs were a key feature of the track – utilizing synth arpeggios developed to create a musical hook. Whilst the lyricism is fundamentally a timeless pop melody that will get stuck in your head, they convey the narrative of taking the listener on a journey of healing.
“Pale Horses” “Pale Horses” is the fantastic debut single by the newly formed group under the same name. Pale Horses are a musical collaboration between Nottingham musicians Low Woman, Jem Woolley and Bassey Easton
This was a last-minute gig for me that I dropped everything to go to and I am so glad I did! What a night. With some old classics and fresh new tunes from their recent album “Fix Yourself Not The World” the music perfectly instated mosh pits, singing and even some instances of crowd surfing!
Red Rum Club bring their acclaimed new album ‘Matador’ to Nottingham’s Rough Trade tomorrow!
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It’s a big ol’ Rescue Rooms/I’m Not From London gig tonight featuring Soft Girls and Boys Club, Revenge of Calculon and 94 Gunships. There’s a sign for merch and …