Just Listen: The Mysterines – Gasoline

The Mysteries – Gasoline Words: Elena Katrina I’m too young to be caught up in this mess…. surely something we’ve all wanted to scream at some point – no matter our age. The Mysterines return with their second release of 2019 and they’re full of rage… and love. Gasoline is short and sweet coming in … Continue reading

Just Listen: Revolvers – True Love

Revolvers – True Love Words: Meg Young Are you after a new song to add to your driving playlist? Well True Love, the first single from unsigned London based modern indie band Revolvers, is the perfect one to add. From the start, True Love certainly catches your ear when you first hear it. The band is … Continue reading

Just Listen: Revolvers – Come Again

Revolvers – Come Again Words: Sammy Sadler One thing I really love about getting content at Popped is that I can be one of the first people to listen to amazing tracks before everyone else does. As we focus on new and upcoming bands, it’s incredible to hear so much talent on a daily basis … Continue reading

Just Listen: False Advertising – You Won’t Feel Love

Just Listen: False Advertising – You Won’t Feel Love Words by Gary Lambert Well it seems that False Advertising have managed to create a time machine because there is no way that I don’t already know this song. On first listen, there is an instant connection with You Won’t Feel Love like it is one … Continue reading

Just Listen: Charlie Cunningham – Don’t Go Far

Charlie Cunningham – Don’t Go Far Words: Lauren Mellor On first listen to Don’t Go Far, I was instantly sold. I had barely got half way through the song before I knew I’d already fell in love. Think slow Sunday vibes in a coffee shop and you’ve got yourself the perfect accompanying track with Don’t … Continue reading

Just Listen: Callum Pitt – Forgotten Kids

Callum Pitt – Forgotten Kids Words: Sammy Sadler Alternative indie-folk soloist Callum Pitt is one of the latest bundles of talent to fall out of the Toon and just from listening to his latest release Forgotten Kids (which is out today!), I can already call myself a fan. With serious Foster The People elements from the get-go, Forgotten Kids is … Continue reading

Just Listen: Chloe Foy – Oh You Are Not Well

Chloe Foy – Oh You Are Not Well Words: Nick Bewes Oh You Are Not Well is the new track from Manchester-based songwriter Chloe Foy, and it’s a wonderful piece of music. Taking influences from the likes of Sharon Van Etten, Lucy Rose, Laura Marling, and one of my favourites, Beth Orton, there are elements … Continue reading

Just Listen: The Amazons – Doubt It

Just Listen: The Amazons – Doubt It Words by Gary Lambert Following on from the step up that was Mother, The Amazons have done it again with a slice of anthemic grunge which seems to have been cut straight out of the Reading Festival main stage. If you have neighbours, I would suggest you do … Continue reading

Just Listen: Little Comets – American Tuna

Little Comets – American Tuna Words: Sammy Sadler Little Comets are fantastic aren’t they? With each track they release you know it’s going to be the right amount of indie-pop to get you dancing and lyrics that you’ll have stuck in your head for days. Latest single ‘American Tuna’ sees the band’s sound echo the style of earlier … Continue reading

Just Listen: Retro Video Club – Addicted

Retro Video Club – Addicted Words: Clare Hingley It may have only just been released, but this song captivates you from the start. There is something about it that already makes it feel like it is sure to be a gig favourite. ‘Addicted’ is the new single by 4-piece Scottish band Retro Video Club. With … Continue reading

Just Listen: Saltwater Sun – The Great Deceiver

Saltwater Sun – The Great Deceiver Words by Gary Lambert With this title track of their forthcoming EP, Saltwater Sun have managed somehow to keep up the style of the earlier songs like ‘Hot Mess’, but fill it full of steroids and Saltwater. The husky/quiet opening leading to bouncy dream pop is still there like … Continue reading

Just Listen: Yoke Lore – Chin Up

Yoke Lore – Chin Up Words: Clare Hingley With upcoming EP ‘Meditations’ due out on 31st May, Yoke Lore has released his new single ‘Chin Up’. Having his indie-pop vibes, this song is quite placid in places and takes you on a calming journey throughout. With a distinctive voice, it’s easy to tell that Yoke … Continue reading

Just Listen: Cassia – Replica

Cassia – Replica Words by Gary Lambert Well it seems that with the release of ‘Replica’, we have now reached the point where a band from northern England can drop a track that sounds like debut album era Vampire Weekend covering Musical Youth’s classic ‘Pass The Dutchie’. This could be one of the high points … Continue reading

Just Listen: Fever Days – I See Through It

Fever Days – I See Through It Words: Sammy Sadler  Winter is well and truly behind us, well as much as can be possible up here in the North East, so naturally it’s time for me to start blasting the feel-good funky tunes ahead of festival season. Luckily, the North East bands are ready and … Continue reading

Just Listen: FEVA – Undone

FEVA – Undone Words: Sammy Sadler  When I received the email on FEVA’s brand new ‘scorching track’, I was naturally super excited. It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of the North East four-piece and with good reason – their energetic live performances and high-octane indie-rock has been entertaining us music lovers in the … Continue reading

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