I mean yeah, they’re playing electric guitars now, and the heavy double bass stomping and single kick has been replaced by proper drum kits, but this clickbait fever declaring ‘MUMFORD AND SONS ARE CHANGING GENRE” isn’t really all that novel.
There is a prevalent mentality within the world of music that you’re only as good as your last hit.
It was always going to happen, wasn’t it.
Marlon Williams cannot be 23.
Gang of Youths are ready for big things.
Any hipster would be justified in wearing a “Norwegians Do It Better” T-shirt right now.
Drenge, the neo-garage, post-grunge two-piece from Castleton, Derbyshire, have striking album covers.
The past few years have brought forth a wave of new voices in indie rock that are chronicling their restless twenty-something experience through a feminist lens.
It would be a whole lot of fun to dub All Time Low’s new album Future Hearts an all-time high, but the US pop punks’ sixth studio effort limbos tipsily under a pretty high bar set by 2012’s Don’t Panic.