3. Bat For Lashes – The Haunted Man With her first two albums earning Mercury Prize nominations, Bat For Lashes returned in 2012 with her third album, the beautifully crafted Haunted Man. Not… Continue reading
Lucy Rose is a singer songwriter, who came to fame singing with Bombay Bicycle Club on their albums ‘Flaws’ and ‘A Different Kind of Fix’. She now has an album of her own arriving in September after extensive touring in the last year.
The song ‘Lines’ showcases all of Lucy Rose’s talent with beautiful, soft vocal harmonies shining through her well crafted guitar parts. The song has found its way onto the Radio 1 playlist, although Lucy herself is already shying away from any limelight cast on her.
Her debut album ‘Like I Used to’ is released September 24th
This is the moment Bradley Wiggins crossed the line on Satudays time trial, knowing he was in touching distance of winning the Tour de France.
Wiggins will become a true sporting legend when the tour concludes in Paris. This victorious fist pump is one that will live long in the memory of British fans. A true release of emotion and realisation of his remarkable achievement.
Wiggins was humbled in his post race press conference,acknowledging the British support as well as the hard work and sacrifices he’s made over the years. For Wiggins his dream has become a reality, and he will shine in yellow at the top of the podium in Paris on Sunday
Thomas Voeckler has all but secured the polka dot jersey as the king of the mountains. After two stage wins this year, one in the Alps and one in the Pyrenees, he has an unassailable lead in the King of the Mountains classification
Wiggins pictured heading the pack at the start of the 17th stage on Thursday.
After coming through the Pyrenees mountains unscathed, Bradley Wiggins is just 3 stages away from becoming the first British cyclist to ever win the Tour de France. After today’s 17th stage,… Continue reading
The long awaited return of The xx is finally here. Yesterday the band posted this new single on their website and revealed that new album ‘Coexist’ will surface in September.
The track carries on from where their self-titled debut album finished, encompassing everything we love about The xx. Slow, simplistic guitars, hushed intimate vocals, and an atmospheric underlay which, on this occasion, is channelled through a fluent bass line and rolling drums.
It’s like they’ve never been away.