New Brighton Music

We’re playing catchup again this week after our holidays last week, and it seems that we missed a flurry of activity, so once again we’re going to keep things pretty brief, limiting our words to just what you need to know about the tracks.

The biggest news this week is that Blood Red Shoes have a new single. It’s called God Complex and is out now on Jazz Life:

The Fiction Aisle have released a live album, appropriately entitled Live Underground, since it was recorded at Eastbourne’s Underground Theatre earlier this year:

Red Deer People released their new single It Comes in Waves last Friday:

Psylhouette have released their first track of 2018 called My Favourite Disaster:

Dan Cox & The Blackbirds release their new single today. She’s a Diamond is hot off the press:

The RPMs release their new single Let Things Happen on 29th June, but you can hear it now through their audio youtube post:

Yakul released their single Realigned on 27th April, and are having a launch gig at Patterns on 9th May:

Alyss‘ new EP 3Earth is out now. Here’s the video for lead track MisKayani:

Other States have released an EP called Hokum Wonderland. Here’s the title track. Other States will be supporting Blue House at the Prince Albert tomorrow night (1st May)

Strange by Youth Sector came out on 20th April. They’ll be supporting Artificial Pleasure at Sticky Mike’s on 5th May

Dan Rumsey & The Dark Days have released their debut track Our Illusion:

Full Fat Light Bulb released their new single Talk earlier in April:

Paper Hawk release an EP entitled The Tide later this week, with lead track Trails that you can here below. The launch is The Marlborough on Wednesday:

Hayley Chilcott put out her Finally Home EP on 20th April. Here’s EP opener Circles:

Short Sharp Scratch released their single Summer Days on 20th April too:

IVI‘s latest track Stars came out a week ago today:

Caged Tigers put out their debut single Flow on April 25th:
https://open.spotify.com/embed/album/3KXupcqDeNLQfr1AbCrxct

You in Mind released their new track Behave last week:

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