The Bucket Playlist’s interview with The Howlers

Interview with The Howlers: ‘You can imagine it soundtracking someone riding a bike through the desert!’ by Sara Seddon at The Bucket Playlist Earlier this month, London-based desert rock band, The Howlers, released their latest single, ‘I Don’t Love You All The Time’, a blisteringly energetic track with rumbling vocals, heavy guitars, boisterous drums andContinue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with The Howlers”

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Louis and the Shakes

Interview with Louis and the Shakes: ‘It’s such an appropriate song after a year of lockdown’ by Sara Seddon at The Bucket Playlist Earlier this month, London-based bluesy rock band, Louis and the Shakes, released the first single, ‘How Badly Do You Want It?’ from their upcoming album of the same name, a boisterous, anthemicContinue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Louis and the Shakes”

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with King’s Horses

Interview with King’s Horses: ‘We try not to be obvious in our lyrics’ Hull-based, alt rock band, King’s Horses, brought out their debut album, Waveforming, last month, offering us 11 fast and loose fuzzy stompers. King’s Horses comprises Matt Barratt (guitars and vocals), Elliot Mann (bass), Chris Arksey (drums) and Emma Fee (keyboard). Barratt andContinue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with King’s Horses”

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Orange Skyline

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Orange Skyline: ‘Oasis was our stepping stone to a magical mystery tour of music’ Amsterdam-based indie rock band, Orange Skyline, brought out their thumping, anthemic single, ‘Shine On’, last month and have several new singles in the works. The band comprises Stefan van der Wielen (vocals), his brother Niels (guitar),Continue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Orange Skyline”

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with The Young Hearts

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with The Young Hearts: ‘It felt like the backbone to our sound, our melting pot as a band’ by Sara Seddon at The Bucket Playlist (inthebucketplaylist.com) Kent-based punk-rock band, The Young Hearts, released their debut album, The Modern State, last month, a collection of boisterous yet reflective songs that has beenContinue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with The Young Hearts”

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with The BlackLava

Interview with The BlackLava: ‘The main genre of rock is changing, it’s getting heavier. I’m influenced by this, I want to scream louder!’ by Sara Seddon at The Bucket Playlist (inthebucketplaylist.com) Turin, Italy-based alt rock band, The BlackLava, released their hard-hitting single ‘Eden’ in January, taking their sound in a heavier, more electronic/metal direction, andContinue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with The BlackLava”

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Static Satellites

Interview with Static Satellites: ‘The Symphony is about when you’re with someone and, on paper, it seems perfect and amazing but there’s not a click’ by Sara Seddon at The Bucket Playlist (inthebucketplaylist.com) Glasgow/West Lothian indie rock band Static Satellites will released their fourth single, ‘The Symphony’, Feb 5th – showcasing their catchy riffs andContinue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Static Satellites”

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Johan Famaey

Interview with Johan Famaey: ‘Chords are like colours to me, a language that is talking to me, I don’t have to think about it’ by Sara Seddon at The Bucket Playlist (inthebucketplaylist.com) Hamme, Belgium-based classical composer, Johan Famaey, will record four new piano pieces this month, including ‘Moon Dreamer’. His next album, Time Passenger Shows,Continue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Johan Famaey”

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with The Vices

‘With music, you can make something beautiful out of something ugly’ by Sara Seddon at The Bucket Playlist (inthebucketplaylist.com) Groningen, The Netherlands-based, indie band, The Vices, will release their debut album on 12 March, Looking For Faces, which is a tribute to friendship through the years. The Vices comprise Floris van Luijtelaar (vocals /guitar), SimonContinue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with The Vices”