New British Music
The King's Parade
They used to play on a Hawaiian cruise ship. No idea how to segue between that and them now playing on a national radio station in Britain, but they are.
Remember when everyone in school wanted to learn drums and electric guitar? These guys learned the banjo and double bass. And they rock. Vote them up to hear them next.
Can't Live Without Your Love
They performed with The Corrs. They performed with Jools Holland. And now they're on Union JACK. Not sure if that's a step up or down, but it's lovely to have them.
These are The Rosadocs. They're standing in a street in Sheffield. You can't see the song 'Number 54', but it's pretty good. Vote it up the playlist to hear it on the radio next.
We see you there, Dan Croll. You with your fashionable jackets and your hair from the 50s and your very good songwriting skills. Hey.
The Pieces Of Mind
I Need Someone
This is Pieces Of Mind from South Wales. It's taken them over 45 years to release their first album. They're very good at procrastinating. It's good though, so we're fine with it.
We're not the best at writing glowing reviews, so we're saying that these guys are 'pretty good' and 'not half bad at all'. Everywhere's a wonderful little pop song.
A quick peek at Thea's website shows that she only owns a black and white camera. And that she got a few good songs and a cracking tour on soon.
Catfish And The Bottlemen
They've dedicated a song to the line 'Oxygen's Overrated'. Catfish And The Bottlemen have a great sound and some really fun songs. Stick 'Oxygen' on the radio now by voting it up the playlist.
"We have an indie rock sound but want to bring back real punchy rock tunes. Most of our songs are written about the area we grew up in, in East London."
The Luka State
Bring This All Together
Someone once said that these guys have got some "serious cojones". We agree. They've got a great sound and a great song in 'Bring This All Together'.
Harry & The Howlers
Devil In A Push Up Bra
Who knew Birmingham could produce such strong country/rock music? 'Devil In A Push Up Bra' is a really fun song, available to vote onto the radio now.
This is Josephine and Anthony. (He's the one with the beard.) Together, they've created a properly catchy pop song in Ultralife. Vote the London duo to the top of the playlist to hear them on the radio next.
Busking in London to raise the cash to record his first EP, Jode Gannon's got a top voice. Have a gander at his music and vote him up the playlist to hear him on the radio.
From Greater Manchester and with a strong fan base, The Courteeners have left a solid footprint in the British music scene over the last 11 years. "The 17th" is a great song with some amazing vocals.
Modern Day Frankenstein
She's a former X Factor contestant - but don't let that put you off. Lucy Spraggan can really sing and 'Modern Day Frankenstein' is a great little pop song.