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Charity Stow – ‘Perfect Thought’

Charity Stow is a singer-songwriter based in Nottingham she has released a new single, ‘Perfect Thought’ which is now available to stream on all music platforms.

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The Daize – ‘Someday, Sometime’

The Daize have released a new single from their upcoming new album.

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Nory-J – ‘Tough Cookie’

Nory-J is the indie pop pseudonym of former Bath phenomenon Jack Spooner. Band turned solo croc pot, the name has found itself with BBC Radio Bristol, international reviewers and throughout NEXT and Marks and Spencer stores across the UK.

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The Rivers – ‘Long Road from Nowhere’

The Rivers are back with a brand new EP!

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The 139 – ‘The Past 6 Months’

‘The Past 6 Months’ is the debut single from Bristol based 4 piece, The 139 named after their current shared home. ‘The Past 6 Months’ narrates lead vocalist Tom Smee’s previous 6 months through the peak of restrictions, and longs for the return of normal.

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Eliot – Look At Me Now

Punchy indie rock and roll is back in full swing with Eliot’s new release, ‘Look At Me Now’. The American rocker is in great form with this new track, taking us on a nostalgic journey while simultaneously addressing current times.

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Laura Greaves – ‘Psychopath’

Laura Greaves is a singer-songwriter who began her music career in 2016 with her debut EP ‘High Tide’. It was written in her bedroom, just after she dropped out of University and was living back at her family home.

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Screentalk – ‘Amplified’

Fast-rising indie quintet SCREENTALK are back with an enlivening new single: “Amplified”. Swiftly following their amorously received debut single “Mountain Soda”, the Liverpool band pump-up the stereo with a scintillating second effort, as recorded with Kurran Karbal (Munkey Junkey, ZUZU).

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Papa George – ‘THESE WHEELS’

Papa George, born in London from Greek Cypriot parents, is no stranger on the UK & European blues scene. Four decades of playing “live electric and acoustic blues” and now has reputation to be reckoned with. A quote from Muddy Waters guitarist, Bob Margolin, described George as being “A powerful Deep Blues player…a spectacular blues artist. He’s got power and nuance as a master entertainer”

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