Foundlings – Enemy

Londoners Foundlings gear up for next months debut self titled EP release with a track taken from said EP. Enemy is another faultless track that builds up slowly before jangling it’s way to it’s conclusion. It certainly bodes well for that EP. None of the bands previous tracks appear on the EP which can be pre-ordered from here. The EP will be launched at London’s Sebright Arms on 2nd March 2019. Tickets available from here. Facebook Continue reading Foundlings – Enemy

September Round Up #1

I returned home after a week away to a bursting at the seams bandcamp inbox on top of those songs/band I have yet to write about or give a mention too. Here is the first of a number of posts trying to rectify that! Foundlings – Horizons Another fine slice of 1990’s tinged melodic guitar pop from London’s Foundlings. It’s their finest moment yet! Facebook The Angel Makers – Sam and Sara I mentioned the lead track from this EP back in June and I am glad to hear that this EP carries on in pretty much the same vein. … Continue reading September Round Up #1

Foundlings – Your Sister

London’s Foundlings, who are rockin’ harder than a nut roast (their words not mine), released two digital singles back in March and I have finally managed to scratch them both off my must listen too list. Whilst I enjoyed the rockier and unpolished sound of Misery it’s the more melodic Your Sister that I have been coming back to thanks to the catchy, infectious jangling guitars coupled with front woman Amber’s excellent vocals. Whilst their music obviously draws a lot from 1980’s influences they remind me of the now inactive Sky Larkin. Whether it’s the eighties or the noughties that … Continue reading Foundlings – Your Sister