After a short absence MIMR returns with a great selection of tracks that have come through to the blog over the last few weeks.
The Navettes ‘Belladona’
Alt/indie 5 piece The Navettes return to MIMR with their latest single ‘Belladona’ which is the perfect follow up to the previously featured single ‘Please’.
Released March 20th the Manchester band burst into life with a another eye-popping creation. Glittering guitars are met with soothing vocals and funky beats, a dancefloor filler for sure!
Having already been featured on local BBC introducing and many gigs at some of the biggest Manchester venues, its full steam ahead for these guys, don’t apply the brakes!
The Hubbards ‘Just Touch’
MIMR was introduced to this next band last year with the release of their superb EP ‘Cold Cut’ which featured in our end of year best of list and now The Hubbards with their latest corking effort.
‘Just Touch’ released today (March 31st) in association with the fantastic Scruff Of The Neck bursts into life with great gusto, spiralling guitars and joyous vocals, a real indie anthem which will only increase their following ten-fold.
The Hull quartet look set to have a busy 2017 and MIMR will be following their progress very closely, you should do the same.
They play Gullivers, Manchester tomorrow night (April 1st) good times guaranteed.
Useless Cities ‘New Feelings’
London based indie-rockers Useless Cities make a very welcome return to the the blog with the title track from their latest EP ‘New Feelings’ releases 3rd March.
Mixing powerful, emotionally-charged delivery with perfectly placed alternating male and female vocals, the track gives you more than enough to listen further to the EP. The band have proved since they started up that they aint ones for hanging around and waiting for their moment, go out and grab it. Check out the track and EP for yourself, it’s a no brainer and a essential listen.
A Manchester band back with a bang are the fantastic Embers with their latest track ‘Unbound’ which is causing a bit of a stir here at MIMR. Embers returned last month with the superb ‘signs’ and this new track has only wetted the appetite for much more. Making up for lost time after a few years of quiet time is certainly what the band have achieved, the track bellows out with great purpose, twoing and throwing throughout.
It’s piercing vocals and euphoric beats that realy stand out and if this sound ain’t ready for the big stage then it’s a crime, Embers are coming for you!