Since Laura Burnhenn's old band Georgie James broke up in 2008, she's concentrated on going it alone and developing her songwriting skills. Having written a full album worth of material by spring 2009 she later teamed up with Richard Swift after a brief meeting at SxSW. Together the pair fine-tuned Laura's motown tinged songs and created her debut album What We Lose In The Fire We Gain In The Flood.
The Mynabirds instantly found a home at Saddle Creek records who previewed Laura's material at this years SxSW in Austin.
The video for Numbers Don't Lie was directed by Alan Tanner.
Download an MP3 of Let The Record Go here!
Who are bassist Kyle Bann's biggest influences?
He's just dropped his latest single The Games Room.
On the South-East coast O'Hooley And Tidow treated the people of Deal to an evening of fabulous folk music.
Joep Beving's latest album 'Henosis' is an epic affair of more than twenty tracks and follows his 2018 release 'Conatus'.
Stronger Than Pride was released on this day (April 5) in 1988.
Everything you need to know about goth rock band Hana Piranha.