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The Perfume of Decay

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All hail the glorious grunge giants - local lads Tigercub have been getting better with each album, and this dramatic, spectacular latest is an emotive, explosi...

abstract figures in the dark

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the thrilling Brighton 3-piece release their long-awaited debut album of wonderfully constructed yet visceral alternative rock, fusing melody, musicianship and ...

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Queens Of The Stone Age


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royal blood


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An absolute rollicking storm of anthemic, slightly bluesy rock, now boasting a newfound dance-ability – like they’re making a play to hang out with ...
As Blue As Indigo
  1. As Blue As Indigo
  2. Sleepwalker
  3. Blue Mist in My Head
  4. Stop Beating on My Heart (Like a Bass Drum)
  5. Funeral
  6. Built to Fail
  7. Shame
  8. As Long as You're Next to Me
  9. Beauty
  10. In the Autumn of My Years


As Blue As Indigo

BLAME Recordings
  • limited blue lp

    Released: 18th Jun 2021


Bruising riffs and thrashing, anthemic choruses generously adorn this belter from brighton’s answer to queens of the stone age.

Back in 2018 the Brighton-based three piece were on the crest of a wave. As well as regular plays on daytime Radio 1 and a Rockest Record from the Radio 1 Rock Show, years of near non-stop touring had seen them sell out The Scala and play a triumphant hometown show at The Concorde 2. On their last EP, Evolve Or Die, they’d pushed the live-wired sound of their 2016 debut, Abstract Figures In The Dark, massively broadening their sonic palette and delivering Tigercub’s pile-driving guitar gutpunch within an intense digital static. It seemed like a good place to put things on pause for a bit and in the downtime the band's lead songwriter and frontman Jamie Hall started tinkering with his own brand of gonzoid psych-pop under the name Nancy. Intended only as a DIY experiment, the project massively took off. Nancy was Hype Machine’s most blogged artist, Hall bagged two record deals and played a string of dates around the world. Not bad for something he’d done in his bedroom chiefly to keep his songwriting chops up. In addition, Tigercub had started up their own label, Blame Records. Enough to keep you busy you’d think, but Hall was itching to get back to the day job, determined to use all he'd learned from the solo project to further Tigercub on their return. And what a return it is.