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Stillia Release Their Second Single ‘4am’

Stillia’s second single ‘4am’ is taken from their forthcoming album ‘From Ground To Light’ and bestowed the title of Flick of the Finger’s Record of the Week. In a nutshell the track is about turning up drunk on your lover’s doorstep at 4am (if you somehow manage to stay out that late). It’s not a particularly clever lyric, but it’s potentially relatable to some listeners, but it’s the beauty and… Keep Reading

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Blue Nation Unleash Stomping Rock Anthem ‘Good Times’

Birmingham-based Blue Nation’s new single, ‘Good Times’, is taken from their forthcoming album, which is due sometime before next September. While hardly a complex song, it’s a gripping, thumping and powerful track, embracing the vibes of some of their influences, from Led Zeppelin to the slightly heavier work of The Beatles. The vocal melody is extremely tuneful and Neil Murdoch’s impressive voice has an astonishingly commercial quality to it as… Keep Reading

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REAVIEW: Liam Gallagher Releases New Single ‘Greedy Soul’

Gallagher has been performing ‘Greedy Soul’ over this summer at various festivals, delivering it as a spiky, raucous, epic assault on the system. The studio version sadly lacks that killer bite, but still oozes with attitude as it pounds along like a relentless rock monster. Live Version One could be forgiven for thinking that the song is a stab at old brother, Noel, with Liam singing, ‘You’re getting old, you… Keep Reading

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Shed Seven Return With ‘Room In My House’

Not having released an album since 2001’s Truth Be Told, you may be wondering how the sound of new music from Shed Seven holds up against their older works. Amazingly, it fits in alongside it seamlessly, sounding like a huge slice of upbeat ’90s anthemic guitar-pop with a sense of redemption to it. Hearing Rick Witter’s distinctive voice singing new material is undoubtedly a big deal and far more significant… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Starsailor ‘Listen To Your Heart’

Starsailor have just unleashed an energetic new song, Listen To Your Heart, from their forthcoming fifth album, fusing the familiar string-laden harmonies with gritty guitars and the unmistakable, gorgeous vocals of James Walsh. It’s been an agonising eight long years since their last studio album (not including their 2015 Greatest Hits release), meaning that it was absolutely paramount for the band to come back with a song that would hit… Keep Reading

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Record of the Week: RedFaces ‘Wise Up’

One of the most promising upcoming bands, Redfaces, have just released their new single, Wise Up The track rolls along with an upbeat tempo, and with British summertime all but here, is the perfect feel-good music to have airing. The Sheffield four-piece manage to cram an abundance of youthful energy into the three minutes, containing all that is good in indie-rock music. Harry Lyon’s vocals are not unlike those of… Keep Reading

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