Posted on Friday 17th April 2020 at 14:28
Enter Shikari are back with a gargantuan album chocked full of sonic exploration and absolute earworms with their sixth album "Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible", weaving homegrown Glasgow tales and irresistible melodies together Gerry Cinnamon lives up to his huge expectations with "The Bonny" and Bethlehem Casual's surreal (yet glorious) take on a house dog touring the streets of their home town in "The Tragedy Of Street Dog".
Check out our round up of this week's freshest releases below.
Enter Shikari - Nothing Is True & Everything Is Possible
"Nothing Is True and Everything Is Possible" is an ambitious, inspiring piece of work that poignantly reflects Enter Shikari's legendary career rise to become one of the biggest and most exciting bands the UK has ever seen. Following 5 seminal albums, of which 4 have been Top 5, "Nothing Is True..." is produced by frontman Rou Reynolds, and is Shikari's most visceral and eclectic album to date; a soundtrack to our tumultuous world, a record for everyone who's filled with frustration but hasn't lost the capacity for hope.
Buy your Enter Shikari tickets here.
Gerry Cinnamon – The Bonny
Gerry Cinnamon today released his eagerly anticipated second album "The Bonny" on his own Little Runaway label.
Everything that Gerry has achieved has been done entirely independently via his own label Little Runaway. It’s the result of making a connection with fans in the purest way. His songs tell relatable stories which have captured the imagination of audiences up and down the country. Gerry makes a habit of whipping the audience into a frenzy which sees them leaving on a high and wanting more.
Head to the video below to listen to standout track Dark Days, which captures Gerry’s gift for writing emotionally intimate songs that immediately resonate with huge audiences. That contrast is also in play with the lyrics, which celebrate the power of love as a force of hope in troubled times.
Gerry Cinnamon's Cardiff show is sold out, buy keep an eye out here for the official ticket resale.
Bethlehem Casuals – The Tragedy Of Street Dog
Bethlehem Casual's sophomore album is a surreal (yet glorious) concept. "The Tragedy Of Street Dog" tells tales of a house dog on a tour of Manchester.
It is obscure, and hugely ambitious, but that ambition pays of with many moments of genius that you can find yourself spirited away and deliriously lost within. BBC 6 Music's Marc Riley said, it is “all over the place in the best kind of way.”
Buy your Bethlehem Casuals tickets here.
Hannah Grace – Wasted Love
We love Hannah Grace, and her new single "Wasted Love" has really got us captivated. It's a quintessentially beautiful track, reflecting on a past heartbreak elegantly and atmospherically.
With a new album due soon, she is definitely an artist to look out for. We'll see you there at her live shows in October!
Buy your Hannah Grace tickets here.
Check out all of this week's releases in our Spotify playlist: