REVIEW: BRING ME THE HORIZON – HAPPY SONG

As the band prepare for the release of their live DVD, ‘Bring Me The Horizon: Live At Wembley’ next week, through this track, premiered over the weekend, the Sheffield quintet have provided their growing fan-base with a tune for them…

REVIEW: THE RIPTIDE MOVEMENT – GETTING THROUGH

As one of Ireland’s biggest rising bands, The Riptide Movement, now signed to a major label, are set to earn themselves a whole new army of fans with this new release. With similarities to bands including Stereophonics, their songs almost…

REVIEW: SILVERSTEIN – I AM ALIVE IN EVERYTHING I TOUCH

Having already released seven albums during their impressive career, the release of this new collection proves Silverstein aren’t a band afraid to take risks. Following on from the likes of Green Day, the band have now gone down the route…

REVIEW: MEGHAN TRAINOR – TITLE

Beginning with ‘The Best Part’, an interlude less than 30 seconds long, Meghan launches into her debut album in rather unexpected fashion, but as it runs straight into the smash-hit number 1 single ‘All About That Bass’, it can be…

REVIEW: THE SCRIPT – NO SOUND WITHOUT SILENCE

Famed for their super catchy sing-alongs, the Irish trio’s fourth album kicks off with yet another one in the shape of ‘No Good In Goodbye’. It’s a simple enough song, but it’s helped greatly by the truths depicted throughout the…

REVIEW: U2 – SONGS OF INNOCENCE

With a career spanning many decades, it may be of little surprise to learn that Irish legends U2 are back (again), this time with an album exclusively available, for free, on itunes. It’s rather fitting, considering their own lengthy career,…

REVIEW: THE PIERCES – CREATION

Since forming in 2000, sister duo Allison and Catherine have had a rollercoaster ride of a time, but they return here with a new album and a new confidence. Opening number and title track ‘Creation’ is reminiscent of Florence &…