MOSES lead this weeks Weekly Music Round-Up along with The
Claremonts, KAWALA and more!
With us being sent so much music on a weekly basis it’s difficult to review them all! So we’ve created a little space where we can share a bunch of new music which we simply couldn’t fit in! Hope you Enjoy!
MOSES – ‘I Think You Worry Too Much’
MOSES are back with their first track of 2019 after their impressive release of ‘River Thames’ last year. The track features an infectious chorus, adding to their list of catchy songs.
The Claremonts – ‘What’s Goin’ On?’
The Claremonts have gone political with the release, with Donald Trump featuring on the cover of the artwork. The band lay down a Libertines style song with a meaty subject.
KAWALA – ‘Kept In The Dark’
Included in their Counting the Miles EP, KAWALA hav released ‘Kept in the Dark’, which has a soft feeling surrounding it. The song has hints of Ben Howard about it, but with a more electronic tone.
The Regulars – ‘Not Quite The Same’
The Regulars also deliver their first track of 2019 with ‘It’ Not Quite The Same’. The boys tell the tale of a failing relationship with some tidy guitar work and some well delivered vocals.
Dantevilles – ‘Bloomin’ Flowers’
Dantevilles have come up with the heaviest track on the list, with the wall of sound hitting you as soon as you hit play. The song shows even more promising signs after their self entitled EP released last year.
Joe Ramsey- ‘Stop & Start’
To finish it off this week we have Joe Ramsey with his new track ‘Stop and Start’. The acoustic track is soulful and well executed, serving as a great follow up to his previous track ‘Shelter’. Joe is evolving into a fine
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