1. Ladytron – ‘The Animals

After seven years, Ladytron are making a great comeback with the awesome new track ‘The Animals‘ reminding us their best of moments from their late 90’s new wave journey. For sure, it’s been worth the wait!. Looking forward for their full length album to be released later in 2018!

Vasiliki Nousa

  1. Simian Mobile Disco – ‘Hey Sister

In a similar vein as Warpaint or Rising Appalachia with an electronic flare, Simian Mobile Disco’s latest single ‘Hey Sister‘ takes the listener on a hypnotic joyride. The British duo shared a music video in conjunction with the track that features a trio of strange – almost vampiric –  characters, who are discovered by a woman wandering around a passageway. ‘Hey Sister‘ is the second single off the upcoming ‘Murmurations album which you can find out May 11th via Wichita Recordings.

Sarah Medeiros

  1. The Temperance Movement – ‘Caught In The Middle’

The Temperance Movement are already on the road for their European Tour, after releasing their third album ‘A Deeper Cut‘ in February via Earache Records. The blues rock band is already making an impact, reaching a high rank in UK charts and opening for The Rolling Stones on their shows in Germany and Austria in 2014.

Mary Kalaitzidou

  1. Oscuridad Romántico – ‘Leave And Go

The dark wave/cold wave/gothic band Oscuridad Romántico in other words Dark Romance, shared a new official video ‘Leave And Go‘. The simplest and darkest phase in music is the best, as it is referred in their Soundcloud channel & they are making music just for fun; Furthermore, their music is all downloadable. Enjoy the new track.

Eleftheria Gesou

  1. Between The Buried And Me – ‘Millions

The progressive metal band Between The Buried And Me are releasing a two-part studio album called ‘Automata I‘ and ‘Automata II‘. The first part was released on March 9th and the second part will be released during this summer, via Sumerian Records. The band is touring U.S.A. with The Dear Hunter.

Mary Kalaitzidou

Compiled by Vasiliki Nousa, Sarah Medeiros, Mary Kalaitzidou & Eleftheria Gesou