Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard Release The Non-Stop EP

Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard Release The Non-Stop EP

Fun, flamboyant and wearing the best 70s fashion you could ever behold. Cardiff’s very own Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard have strutted their way through 2020, with a string of singles in tow. The grand finale is the welcomed release of their highly anticipated The Non-Stop EP.

Culminated over several years. The Non-Stop EP is the epitome of Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard. Containing classics from their colourful catalogue, that date back to their formation. Taking time and effort to carefully curate this EP, has undoubtedly been worthwhile. Spellbindingly professional, without curbing any of that wonderful spirit and energy that Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard are so cherished for. Songs fans have adored at shows, are now presented in a glistening new light. Meaning that we will all be doing the Double Denim Hop around our living rooms before we know it.

Keeping old classics company on the EP, are numerous brand-new singles, such as What Is Hate? and Sugarloaf Mountain Crucify Me. Charged with as much exuberant energy as I had dreamed. Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard have blazed through with guitar-driven anthems, fuelled by lyrics equally as passionate from lead singer-songwriter Tom Rees. Creativity has spanned from politics and history, to love and life. With a sound so unique and exciting, their musical capabilities seem endless.

There is no denying that asides from being in the same room as them; every morsel of Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard’s chaotic brilliance is encapsulated within this EP. Late Night City can be turned up loud for a dance, or we can have a little cry to Long Day/Free Day. With a whopping ten tracks in total to listen to, this extended play is nothing shy of album quality.

The Non-Stop EP is available to stream and purchase now via Communion Records

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Lindsay Munroe Releases Debut EP ‘Our Heaviness’

Lindsay Munroe Releases Debut EP ‘Our Heaviness’


As affirming, as it is agonising. The Debut EP Our Heaviness from Manchester Based singer-songwriter Lindsay Munroe is completely entrancing. With an ability to openly evoke a stirring sense of emotion. Each song conveys such a deep personal outpouring of herself, that one cannot help but explore their own traits, reflected through her. 

An anti-spiritual awakening. Our Heaviness exudes itself upon us with prelude Opening. An eerily soothing piece of music that washes over the listener, Lindsay invites us in to her soul with strengthened yet calmed vocals, planting the seed for the heights vocally possible. Opening is unnerving in its welcomed truths and rhetorical questions. Lindsay does not shy away from smudging out the whimsicalities of any delicate notions. As we proceed to understand, Our Heaviness is in no way delicate.

My personal favourite of the EP is Split. Hauntingly beautiful, it sends shivers down my spine every time I indulge in listening, by how agonisingly raw it is. Beginning with soft strums of a guitar. Split bestows a portrait of how Lindsay perceives herself upon us. Painful in capturing almost despised parts of herself, rooted within her past. Lindsay shares her shame, her fears, her anxieties; and divulges them so beautifully. Split really affirmed in my mind, that Lindsay is a fiercely brave songwriter, as well as a singer. I keenly admire her capabilities to explore every fragment, so boldly. 

By exposing herself so openly, through tracks such as Split and River. Possibly without even realising, Lindsay has harnessed a strength from her very bones, by stripping out of her previous skin. Denouncing the shackles of her past and welcoming a whole new being. Her music provides the listener with a rousing sense of self-belief. Yet also cradles the need to explore those hidden, painful parts of ourselves, by allowing us to realise that owning them is in no way wrong. 

These softer songs are moving and bold in their sentiments. Laced amongst them are tracks Mirror and Easier on You which build the tempo of Our Heaviness. Without knocking the sound off-balance, instead the two heavier tracks compliment the overall tenderness as the guitars are low pitched and rhythmic, providing a woozy rush. Closing the EP, Mirror exhorts a rush of strength and clarity, that Our Heaviness whispers throughout. 

A Debut EP that is beyond the beauty of what I could ever put into words. Our Heaviness breathes life into the most shameful dust-ridden corners of our mind, and rejuvenates them. Lindsay Munroe’s vocals possess a gorgeous newness, and any flaw or break found within them, only adds to the earnest honesty of her music. 


Our Heaviness is out now

Stream on all platforms or purchase directly below:

https://lindsaymunroe.bandcamp.com/album/our-Heaviness

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Saytr Play Release Debut EP ‘In Truth I Fear For The Heart’

Saytr Play Release Debut EP ‘In Truth I Fear For The Heart’

If you like your music loud and untamed, Saytr Play certainly pack a punch.

Following on from the release of singles ‘Future’ and ‘VCR’, I am overjoyed to share that Saytr Play have released their debut EP ‘In Truth I Fear For The Heart’ today. Saytr Play are a chaotic, brilliant burst of energy, hailing from Manchester. My passion for their music rung clear in my recent review of their single ‘VCR’, and I cannot emphasise to you enough how brilliant this band are. Their sound is a modern twist on rock and roll. Influence is sought from classics of the past but Saytr Play are definitely bold in placing their own unique stamp, bringing in that added swagger of indie rock music gloriously.  

If you like your music loud and untamed, Saytr Play certainly pack a punch. Their debut EP is full to the brim with songs to sing your heart out to; from the anthem of ‘Everyday Since’ to the fast-paced fun of ‘VCR’. This EP grabs hold of you and doesn’t let go. As an added bonus for the acoustic lovers, there is also a gorgeous acoustic version of ‘Future’ to close the EP. The 4 tracks shine marvellously together and showcase that beautiful array of sound that Saytr Play capture so well.

This band are undoubtedly ones to watch. Their music has blossomed incredibly over the years, and this EP is surely that spark to ignite them. Already renowned for their frantic live performances, fans of Saytr Play are obsessed, and if you listen to this EP I am sure you will understand why. Guitars blare out, and front man Fred Farrell’s vocals are fantastic. Combine this with such an incredible stage presence, and I’m certain we’ve struck gold.

You can stream Saytr Play’s Debut EP ‘In Truth I Fear For The Heart’ on all platforms now, or you can purchase a copy directly from Saytr Play at www.saytrplay.com

Saytr Play are expected to tour via This Feeling later in the year, new tour dates are to be confirmed.

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http://www.instagram.com/saytrplay

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Saytr Play Release Latest Single VCR with Music Video Made By Fans

Saytr Play Release Latest Single VCR with Music Video Made By Fans

Saytr Play are nothing shy of complete craziness. Madchester by birth and mad by nature, this band know how to make music and have a good time doing so. They thrive on loud guitar riffs, stage dives and vocals that pour from front man Fred Farrell who leads the charge. Saytr Play are a burst of energy, and always bring electricity to their live performances. Their engagement with their crowds is euphoric and as for what they do on stage, well, I’m talking climbing speakers, swinging from the ceiling, and almost anything else you can think of. I am pretty sure it won’t be long before this band become infamous for their stage antics, as well as their music.

The bands name Saytr Play is a twist on “Satyr Plays”. These were Ancient Greek tragicomedies, full of drunken antics and sexual deviance, designed to delight their audiences. Quite fitting to the playful nature of our modern-day Saytr Play, don’t you think?

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