Geoff Lloyd, Absolute Radio, has made Idiot by Paperface, his Record of the Week. You can hear it every day this week, 6-9pm. Nice.
With a new album due later this year, Paperface kicks off with ‘Idiot’, which charts the waves of emotion that wash over us between 9am and 5pm. Recorded in glorious analogue. ‘Idiot’, is accompanied by an animated lyric video, a follow up to the award winning animation for ‘A Bigger Man’ from the first album. Go on. Don’t be an “Idiot”-have a listen! Enjoy.
Ahead of playing live across the UK this February, Pete MacLeod has released his latest single & EP ‘Goodbye Woman’.
The track has been supported by the likes of Janice Long at BBC Radio 2 and Jim Gellatly on Amazing Radio.
Read Pete’s interview with Kulbritania here.
Prior to their UK tour, the Dan Reed Network have released a new single, ‘Champion’ as featured on Fight Another Day their latest album.
“Champion deals with the concept that we are what we eat, not just our physical health but our soul’s well-being,” commented vocalist Dan Reed. “It’s about surrounding ourselves with people that feed our dreams, support and push us to be more creative, more alive, and to enjoy the ride.”
Throughout last year, DIY and Jägermeister teamed up with a bunch of bands and headed down to Shoreditch’s Curtain Road, for their new project Jäger Curtain Call. In December, it was down to the brilliant Hawk Eyes to step up to the plate when they recorded new track ‘When I Find Out’, at Strongroom Studio.
Goggles, test tubes, a block of sodium, some sulphuric acid, touch of blood, include the word exoskeleton, roll backwards, and you have Reverieme’s video for ‘SURE’……
2017 sees the enchanting progressive Electronica / Folk / Pop band ‘The Blackheart Orchestra‘ join the Wardlaw stable.
Happy New Year
2017 looks set to be another busy year at WM Towers, with new music scheduled in Q1 from the likes of Dan Reed Network, Paperface, Reverieme, Wizzy Wow & The Blackheart Orchestra, & Q2 releases from Thomas Teago, Pete MacLeod, Hawk Eyes & Ginger Wildheart amongst others. This in addition to new co-writes from the likes of Wizzy, Tully Gun, Jon Allen, & Simon Davis.
A look back at some of 2016…..