English singer-songwriter Scarlette Fever enlists DISHWALLA’s J.R. Richards for a transcendent serenade in Where I Belong, an effervescent love song that ends in happily ever after. Scarlette spoke with The Fountain about the new track, and her new album we can look forward to later in the year, so watch this space.Read More
Blushing Brydes: Who doesn’t love catchy dreampop with soaring choruses and heartfelt vocals about love and yearning?!
The dream-pop duo Blushing Brydes are releasing their debut album, titled The Breaking In Our Hearts. The forthcoming 8-track project is the first musical collaboration between the two cousins Martin and David Bryde, inspired by a shared love of dreampop pioneers Beach House and the song-writing of Joanna Newsom, Low and John Grant. Using these influences as a foundation, the duo have crafted an album of tracks that reveal new depth and texture with each play. Out 22nd October on Iffy Folk Records, The Fountain caught up with the band to discuss the album and their plans for the rest of the year.Read More
Swiftly following their well received debut single Mountain Soda, the Liverpool band SCREENTALK pump-up the stereo with their second effort, Amplified, as recorded with Kurran Karbal (Munkey Junkey, ZUZU). With this new release in mind, Sam and Stuart from the band spoke with The Fountain about their new music and plans for later into the year.Read More
Emma Kelly has just dropped new single, Loving You, and has a mini-tour on the cards, as well as working on an EP that she is releasing (hopefully) at the end of the year. Emma spoke with The Fountain about the new music, her plans and some of the venues we can look forward to seeing her live.Read More
BISHI has been busy, not only with the release of her new single, Language Is An Ocean, but has also been working towards the release of her album in October, Let My Country Awake. With this in mind, The Fountain caught up with her to discuss the new music and her many gigs forthcoming.Read More
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