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July 16, 2020

“Just because The 1975 are the biggest guitar band in the world, doesn’t mean that we have to go full fucking 80s,” laughed Rob Flynn, bassist and vocalist of The Winter Passing. Not that they have anything against The 1975, but The Winter Passing wanted their second album to be a true representation of them. 

That album, called New Ways of Living, is a collection of deeply personal songs, and it’s one that we absolutely love. When starting the wr...

July 3, 2020

To say the new record from The Winter Passing is decent would be a tad of an understatement. New Ways Of Living, the second full length from the Irish emo-tinged indie quintet, is a masterfully crafted release that is filled to the brim with warmth, authenticity, charm, skill and killer hooks. We even gave it our first perfect score of the year. It's pretty good. 

Yet what makes it so damn good is how it explores and expresses it's lyrical th...

July 2, 2020

New Ways of Living - the sophomore album from Irish indie/emo quintet The Winter Passing - is a wonderfully upbeat, versatile LP. It’s easy to envision these songs blaring through open car windows on a sunny road trip, or hearing the anthemic choruses being sung in a sweaty, crowded venue. There are also moments of contemplation on the record, with quieter tracks ‘I Want You’ and ‘Mind Yourself’, which encourage a moment to just listen quietly....

June 9, 2019

Despite it still being relatively early on this bank holiday Saturday, London fuzz punks Honey Joy (7) are on prime form. A band who are a product of venues such as The Stag And Hounds, the group fly through a set of corrosive colours, with their riot grrl and DIY sensibilities shining wonderfully through the haze of distortion that’s synonymous with their live performances.

Whilst the Honey Joy are certainly born from a love of modern punk, over...

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