Tag: Daughter

Festival: Glastonbury 2016: Extended Line-up Released

Following the slow release of headline act names over the last month or so, an extended line-up for this year’s Glastonbury Festival has been announced today. So for those signing the petition against Coldplay headlining Glastonbury’s famous Pyramid Stage for a historic fourth time, questioning the superstar appeal of Adele on Saturday night or unaware of the genius that is the Muse live show, there are a plethora of musical acts that can divert your attention in addition to the non-music areas Glastonbury is famous for such as the Circus field, the Unfairground, the mysteriously hidden Piano Bar and of...

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Video: Lissie & Daughters Celebrate International Women’s Day.

Lissie is teaming up with charity: water for International Women’s Day to raise awareness surrounding the non-profit’s mission to bring clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations. In support of International Women’s Day, Lissie’s new song Daughters will be available for ‘pay what you want’ purchase from 1st – 15th March, with proceeds donated to charity: water. On 8th March, 8pm (GMT) Lissie will be hosting a live stream via Facebook to discuss the partnership, perform an acoustic version of ‘Daughters’ and conduct a Q&A with viewers. You can Download the track Daughters here where you...

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Live: Daughter @ Portsmouth Pyramids.

Daughter at Southsea Pyramids Back in the 1990s, the shoegazing brand of indie rock was all the rage. Bands like My Bloody Valentine, Lush and the Cocteau Twins were masters of ethereal vocals, mixed with swirly guitar and big soundscapes. Even though I wasn’t one of the angst ridden students that it often identified with, I was a fan of the whole movement and lamented its passing. Thankfully there’s hope on the horizon with Daughter and their new album Not To Disappear. Whilst fans of their melancholic first album will have plenty to keep them happy, this album has...

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