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August 18, 2020 Mental health and music videos in Milo Gore’s latest release

Mental health and music videos in Milo Gore’s latest release

Milo Gore, a musician on a mission to make mental health a more widely discussed topic, has released the music video for ‘Noise Gone Dancing’ via Red Van Records (RVR). The single is taken from his upcoming album, How Do You Cope While Grieving For The Living? which will be released in a few short days.

On the album, listeners will be able to find some his known works such as ‘Green Eyes’ and ‘Jerry Can’ (a song filled with tiny easter eggs for the upcoming album). However, there are a few more songs on there that will resonate with everyone. Hot tip: we’ve been specifically instructed to keep our eyes (and ears) open for ‘I Hear You’.

Keen to learn more? Here’s the full tracklisting for the album:

1. Noise Gone Dancing 

2. Green Eyes

3. Jade


5. A Collaboration Of Our Grief – feat RMC

6. Jerry Can


8. I Hear You

9. Homegrown

10. Eyeliner

11. Complete Peace

12.The Endless War

Be prepared: the music video below will take you through the five stages of grief as you’ve never seen them before.

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SUN SILVA releases a new song ‘Ride’

SUN SILVA have released their brand new single ‘Ride’. The new song comes ahead of their largest headline show yet at London’s Colours on December 3rd.

‘Ride’ is a high-octane cut from the London indie collective. The song’s kaleidoscopic psychedelic flourishes are paired with propulsive riffs in the explosive chorus, which results in a sound playing like a combination of Foals, Temples and Tame Impala.

Regarding the new single frontman Oscar Gormley says, “‘Ride’ is probably our most energetic and riff-driven song to date. We’d been writing a lot of mid-tempo dance music and started to really miss this kind of incessant heavier side to our sound. Lyrically the song is about feeling totally out of control. It’s about that space after a period of mental instability where you don’t know where your mind is going to take you next.”

Having only emerged in the tail end of last year, SUN SILVA has been quick to make a name for themselves as one of the most exciting new bands.

‘Ride’ is the latest in a string of singles including ‘Just The Romantic’, ‘Sun Skin Air’ and ‘Blue Light’, which have seen them achieve huge critical acclaim and millions of streams on Spotify, while also carving out an impressive mark on the live scene.

SUN SILVA have gained praise from indie tastemakers including NME, DIY, Wonderland, Clash, Dork Magazine and more, while they also receive support from Radio 1, Radio X and BBC Introducing.

They have sold out shows across London and also played in support of the likes of Jungle, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and KAWALA.

The play their largest headline show yet at Colours, Hoxton on December 3rd, which rounds up a defining year for the band as they gear up for more exciting announcements in 2020. Tickets for Colours, Hoxton are available via Gigantic.

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Saint Mars offer ‘Help’ with their newly released song


Indie rock band Saint Mars have just released their latest song, ‘Help’ via Grá Mór Phonic Records. The track stars the impressive vocal range of Tryzdin, a 15-year old high schooler with millions of Youtube views behind his name.

Saint Mars speak of both Tryzdin and the track proudly when they say, “‘Help’ showcases Tryzdin’s mature and hard-hitting vocals, alongside with an infectious chorus and deceptively uplifting modern pop hooks. The song describes the antagonist nature of relationships based on attraction/repulsion, driven by passion, and prone to breakaways such as bullying and harassment.”

Their previous single, ‘Loveghost’ received a SongBro Award for Best Singing and amassed nearly a million views across streaming platforms. The track also proved to be popular on the radio, receiving radio play in over 20 different countries.


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