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2017 interviews

Indietracks interview #5: th’sheridans

A DIY incongru-pop outfit, th’sheridans sing about food, small towns and dating. The band comprises Adam Karenina Sherif (vocals/guitar) and Julia Oertli (vocals/viola/synthesiser/drum machine). Based out of London and happy to have found an inclusive queer indie scene, they play both electric and acoustic shows. Releasing on their own Eatery …

Indietracks interview #4: Pillow Queens

Pillow Queens are a Dublin based band made up of Cathy, Pam, Rach & Sarah. All four members pitch in on vocals and instrument duties, dabbling with four part harmonies on occasion!) Their debut EP – which touched on themes of anxiety, seasonal depression and not being a rat – …

Indietracks interview #3: Peaness

Three piece indie-pop band Peaness formed in Chester, England in late 2014. The debut EP “No Fun” was self released on cassette tape in 2015 and began their flourishing ascend. The trio have gigged extensively since then, winning “the hearts of unsuspecting listeners across the length and breadth of the …

Indietracks interview #2: Personal Best

  Personal Best are a four-piece indie/pop/rock group from many different places in the south of England. Lead singer and songwriter Katie Gatt has a penchant for writing sharply hooked, powerful songs of love, personal crisis, and finding your place in a world full of normies. Their influences as a …

Indietracks interview #1: Crumbs

Crumbs are a bumper party bag mix of sprightly basslines, super-danceable cowbell-tinged rhythms, fizzing guitars and effervescent interchanging vocal lines. Since forming approximately 768 days ago in Leeds (Earth), they have kept themselves busy releasing a split tape with Dirtygirl and an EP on Tuff Enuff Records, recording a live …