Infectious, innovative, and irresistibly indie, alternative quartet Camens have been cooking up a storm with their latest wave of releases. Turning heads with a series of impressive national tour slots supporting the likes of Black Kids, Scouting for Girls, The Snuts and The Sherlocks to name a few; Camens have bought their idiosyncratic twist on indie music to a whole host of new faces. With their own loyal fanbase eagerly awaiting new music, 2024 is set to be another whirlwind year for the Stoke-On-Trent based quartet as they prepare to unleash their debut album ‘WORK/LIFE/BALANCE’. Channelling early 90s guitar vibes, Camens introduce ‘Cynical’, the first track taken from their forthcoming album. A typical break up song, ‘Cynical’ was derived from a love fizzled out. Capturing the notion of magic fading through a love gone quiet, a loss of conversation and the idea of going through the motions drifting on sofas and at dinner tables; Camens showcase a maturity in their masterful song writing.
Truthpaste are a 6 piece Manchester based band composed of 5 people plus one computer drum. From art pop to folk, their music is at once sincere and whimsical, incorporating sax, vocals, guitars and violin.
Spanning an eclectic 60s pop sensibility and raw distinctly grunge elements, four-piece Doublethink are back with a brand new single. Though they hail from the sunny streets of Manchester, the quartet eschew the city’s usual influence in favour of an altogether more literary approach.