Heather Porrit

Heather Porrit has 5 articles published.

21 year old grad with a love for Manchester, both it’s insane music scene and styling. I’m so buzzing to be writing for Flick of the finger on all things music and style!
Posted on in New Releases

Argh Kid To Release Anticipated Track ‘Frank’

Hailing from the southern Manchester streets, David Scott (widely known as Argh Kid) is seemingly Manchesters modernised answer to William Shakespeare. As a spoken word poet his truthful, relatable and sometimes comedic metrical compositions have taken the UK by storm. He is now set to release his very first track ‘Frank’. After establishing his persona in 2016 under Manchester’s legendary Blueprint Studios, he has seen a rather steep ascend of… Keep Reading

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“I’ve not had a decent cuppa since I left Tim Peaks at Kendal Calling” UK EXCLUSIVE interview with Tim Burgess on The Charlatans Asia/ Australia tour

Flick of the finger we’re lucky enough to catch Tim Burgess and the rest of the band before their Melbourne Show on the 26th of August for a U.K. EXCLUSIVE insight into Aussie tour life, greggs and gravy and most importantly when Tim last had a half decent cup of coffee. How are you feeling being here in Australia apart from jet lagged? Well right now I feel really good… Keep Reading

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New release ‘My Mind Makes Noises’ LP By Pale Waves

Pop punk enthusiasts Pale Waves have announced their eagerly anticipated LP ‘My Mind Makes Noises’ which is due to be released on 14th September. The 4 piece band hailing from Manchester colossally crashed the music scene last year with a promising new sound to accompany their first EP ‘All the things I never said’ which included the hit single ‘Television romance’ and ‘There’s a honey’ which was released in February… Keep Reading

Posted on in Live

The Wombats Dazzle Melbourne Fans…

With An Array Of Lights And A Brilliantly Designed Setlist! Liverpool born indie trio The Wombats dazzled Aussie fans at a sold out show at the iconic Festival Hall Melbourne on the 19th of July to celebrate the recent release of their fourth Album ‘Beautiful people will ruin your life’. The band have a larger than life fan base here in Australia, with a sold out Australian tour and a… Keep Reading

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