King Mothership Announce Album Details And Reveal First Single


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July 30, 2020

Dublin has long enjoyed a global reputation for many a year, with it’s earnest cobblestoned streets, emerald decadence and Celtic lilt captivating the minds and hearts of countless of visitors. However, beneath such cobble the city is host to a flourishing and robust contemporary music scene, one that nurtures emerging talent and collectively fights back the all sterilising nature of gentrification. One such band to emerge from the fray is the et...

September 25, 2019

The brilliant three-piece math grunge group Sœur have released their third EP, No Show. Building on the foundations of 2018’s Fight EP, No Show offers a fleeting glace into Sœur’s world of personal growth, neatly wrapping it up in grunge-infused guitar riffs.

The EP’s title track is comprised predominantly Sœur’s signature sound. Huge riffs quickly submit to stunning sultry vocals before exploding into a cleverly melodic chorus. Tina Maynard and A...

August 3, 2019

 Photo: Gareth Bull

Sœur are making waves at the moment. Their math rock infused grunge sound is huge and their upcoming release is hotly anticipated. We caught up with them after they stepped up to play both the Main Stage and The Cave at 2000 Trees this year to chat about new music and what’s really pushing them as a band right now. 

Hey guys, how have your sets been this weekend?

Tina Maynard (Guitar/Vocals): The Cave went really w...

November 8, 2018

Having only formed a short three years ago, the sounds and confidence present in Cambridge-based three-piece Goldbume is an enjoyable sensation for the ears. Their journey in the shadows has been building up to one big milestone for the group, which comes in the form of their debut album Husk.

Not ones to stick to pre-defined genres, Goldblume’s new release draws influence from math-rock, grunge, punk and alternative rock. Following on from 2017’s...

October 26, 2018

Despite building their sound upon the commonly viewed blueprints of grunge, the arrival of the Nottingham trio Kagoule felt like the arrival of the warm winds of change when they released their debut Urth in 2015. A self-confused tribute to the attitudes, aesthetics and stylings of genre that has always remained influential, the record introduced us to an act who were never afraid to deter from roads of convention and pursue more eccentric endeav...

October 18, 2018

Aussie pop punks Just About Done have yet again delivered a perfectly poised release, combining angsty grunge with infectious riffs to give us three hard-hitting singles in the form of I Am Getting By.

It’s clear from opening single 'Strain' that attitude is key to this band’s appeal – front woman Samantha McGee sets the tone of the EP from the off, oozing fire and frustration. This atmosphere is complimented by huge riffs that keep the energ...

August 31, 2018

With the release of their debut EP Burn Forever, Lowlives are one of the latest bands to join the ever-growing grunge revival movement, yet they do so with a few tricks hidden up their sleeve that set them apart from other bands repping the scene right now.

Title and opening track 'Burn Forever' perfectly encapsulates what this band is all about, heavy guitar riffs, smashing drums, huge choruses and more riffs; this is music made for mosh pits thr...

July 2, 2018

Irish grunge outfit Fangclub just dropped their blistering new EP, True Love, and it's safe to say there's never been a better time to check out this incredible up and coming band.

Lets start by addressing the elephant in the room: Yes, opening track 'Knife' DOES in fact sound like the second coming of Nirvana, and as commonly as that may be said about many modern grunge influenced artists, this is truly as close as you are going to get to the glo...

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