@skopemag news for January 30, 2019 @ noon est

Palace Release Video For ‘No Other’ – UK Tour Sold Out

London based three-piece Palace today release the stunning animated video for their latest single ‘No Other’, a love letter lead singer Leo Wyndham wrote about finding love during a dark time in his life, and the hope he found from it. Directed and animated by George Wheeler (Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Loyle Carner), the video follows the adventures of Ridley, a woman exploring a luscious green planet after crash landing her rocket.

JAWS share new single “Do You Remember”

Their third and most ambitious album yet, “The Ceiling” (out April 5th 2019), sees the band head back into the studio with Gethin Pearson, who also produced 2016’s “Simplicity”. The album represents another musical leap forward for the band, adding new textures and further honing a sound that has been theirs since their inception.

New music: KAWALA release new single ‘Runaway’ today through Mahogany Records

2018 was quite the year for KAWALA. They released their compelling debut ‘D.I.L.Y.D’ EP, which featured singles ‘Small Death’, ‘Do It Like You Do’ and ‘Funky’. Amassed over 9 million streams. Played their third sold out London headline show, as well as appearances at Liverpool Sound City, Dot To Dot Festival and Neighbourhood Festival. They headlined BBC Radio 1’s Jack Saunders presents Hopscotch Tour alongside Apre and Sun Silva as well as performing at The Great Escape’s First Fifty showcase in November.

DYING EMBERS: Debut album will released on Black Sunset in March!

“Where Shadeless Dwell Frozen” is the name of the debut album of Dying Embers, the solo project of Jürgen Schurz (Unhallowed), which will see the light of day on March 1st via Black Sunset!

The upcoming album will contain 10 songs which have been created and matured over a period of almost 5 years. Dark, epic and melodic – always suitable to grab the listener with his bittersweet melancholy, the long journey of Dying Embers reaches its climax with the release of this album and the collaboration with Black Sunset. The album was produced by Stefan Traummüller at Soundtempel Studio Freilassing (Wallachia).

No Alarms Discuss The Unknown In ‘Marble Bars’

Having charted on the NACC 200, received support from Paste Magazine and recently announced they’ll be playing alongside Smallpools, alt-pop collective No Alarms return with ‘No Marbles’ February 8th, discussing the idea of taking a leap of faith and the unknowns that come with it.

New video: Balthazar share video for new single ‘Wrong Vibration’

Following the release of their fourth album FEVER last week, Balthazar today share the video for recent single outing Wrong Vibration.

Dread Utopia release new single ‘You Will Now Suffer’

Dread Utopia announces release of new single titled, “You Will Now Suffer”.

The new single is far different from their previously releases. “You Will Now Suffer” is a new direction for Dread Utopia, one we embrace wholeheartedly”, says guitarist Harry Glaspell.

TRUDY AND THE ROMANCE announce debut album with ‘The Original Doo-Wop Spacemen’

Bustin’ out of Liverpool, UK, Trudy and The Romance are ready to woo with the mutant 50s pop and self-declared alligator rock-n-roll of their eagerly-anticipated album Sandman. Today (30th Jan) they preview its first cut, ‘The Original Doo Wop Spacemen.’

CANDLEMASS – Release New Video For “Astorolus – The Great Octopus” Featuring Tony Iommi

CANDLEMASS have come full circle: their first singer Johan Langquist (who left the band after singing on the legendary 1986 debut Epicus Doomicus Metallicus) has returned!

Glen Hansard reveals video for new single ‘I’ll Be You, Be Me’

Today, Glen Hansard has revealed the video for lead single ‘I’ll Be You, Be Me’ from ‘This Wild Willing’, his fourth full-length album and a collection of songs that follows a different path, one where he marries the sonic inventiveness of the best of his work in The Frames with the discipline he’s found as a songwriter and lyricist in his solo career.