New Brighton Music

It’s been less than a week since our last new music round up, but this week we have NINE new tracks to share. So without further ado… We got our first taste of Fröst last November when they shared their debut track Crackling on the Wire. Three months later they’ve shared another – this one is called Keratin:

It’s been a bit more than three months since we last wrote about Anneka – probably more like three years, but finally she’s making a return with a new EP out on Anti Ghost Moon Ray later this month. The EP and lead track from it are both called Life Force, and you can watch the video here:

As mentioned in our last post Bloom have embarked on a remix project, raising money for Mind. The second remix of Letting Go that we’re featuring this week is by  Nil by Nose:

Unveil The Sense formed in Athens in 2012 but have since relocated to Brighton. Their new track The Little Me is a taste of what can be expected from the upcoming album Beach Head:

Clever Thing dropped us a line claiming that they’re Brighton’s Favourite Export. It’s a big claim to make, but you can judge for yourself by checking out their new single Fixer Upper, out on 28th April on Be Pacific. The band play a launch show that day at the Green Door Store:

Tall Ships comeback continues apace. The video for Petrichor that we shared last month seems to have disappeared from the internet, but they’ve put up a new video, for another new track called Home:

I don’t know too much about the new track from Kudu Blue other than the fact that it’s called Sugar Lemz and it’s taken from an upcoming EP called Shaded:

The Island Club have just shared their new single Paper Kiss. The track is getting a launch party at The Haunt on 17th May – their biggest gig to date:

Finally, it’s only because I’m in a good mood today that I’m featuring Scott & Maria, who committed the cardinal sin of getting in touch through one of my personal social media accounts. The best way to get in touch is by email in the address in the About link above, or by sending us a tweet, or a message to our facebook page. Anyway, this is Bright Star:

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