Live at Leeds Festival Celebrates 15 Years

Live at Leeds has begun celebrating fifteen years of the metropolitan festival on the weekend it usually takes place. The festival which usually hosts the event on the first Saturday of May has been forced t...

Album Review: Pale Waves – Who Am I?

Pale Waves ditch the eighties style guitar riffs and sleek synths of their debut, and instead turn to the 2000's heyday of pop punk for its follow-up, Who Am I? Despite the record largely parroting this era...

Live Review: Pale Waves at The Leadmill, Sheffield

Manchester’s goth-pop behemoths Pale Waves, returned to The Leadmill with their infectious blend of bubble-gum hooks and post-punk presence. The dream-pop quartet hypnotised fans with their small collection of ...

The VLM: February ’18 Playlist

As festival line-ups roll in by the day, we've got your new music needs covered until summer. Updated weekly, here's our February 2018 playlist. Follow The VLM on Spotify to keep up with the good stuff. ...

Pale Waves release blissful new track ‘The Tide’

Since touring with The 1975 and playing at heavyweight venues like Madison Square Garden, indie-pop band Pale Waves have grown a loyal following. Their latest release 'The Tide' evokes the reminiscent feeling o...
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Listen: Superfood – Double Dutch

Now signed with Dirty Hit, Superfood drop the tasty new single 'Double Dutch' - the first to be taken from the yet- announced follow up to their debut Don't Say That. Not as bouncy as the title suggests, the...