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CHVRCHES Stream New LP, ‘Every Open Eye’

Glasgow trio CHVRCHES have joined forces with NPR to begin streaming their highly anticipated sophomore effort, Every Open Eye, ahead of its official September 25 release. Listen in after the break, and share your thoughts with us in the comments section. The electro-pop outfit will spend the entirety of October on the road following a […]

REVIEW: Laura Marling – Once I Was An Eagle

Artist: Laura Marling Album: Once I Was An Eagle Genre: Folk/indie Label: Virgin Laura Marling has become a darling of the indie folk scene in the past few years and on this evidence, it’s really not hard to see why. Even for someone of my particular listening tastes, which rarely tend to admit lone indie […]

LYRIC VIDEO: Thirty Seconds To Mars – “Conquistador”

Los Angeles rockers Thirty Seconds To Mars have released their new lyric video for the new song “Conquistador.” This track comes off of the group’s forthcoming album, Love Lust Faith + Dreams, which has a drop date of May 21 through Virgin Records. Pick up your pre-orders now over on iTunes. Click through to watch […]

UTG INTERVIEW: Aaron Gillespie of The Almost

The Almost has been working on their latest record for over a year now, and their hard work genuinely shows. Frontman Aaron Gillespie couldn’t be more confident for the release of his band’s upcoming release, The Fear Inside Our Bones. During our brief chat outside of The Orpheum in Tampa, FL we discussed the recording […]

You Me At Six Are Writing New Music

You Me At Six frontman Josh Franceschi has announced via Twitter that the group has started writing new music. This music will follow-up their album Sinners Never Sleep, which hit shelves in January of this year. Read the short message from Franceschi below and keep an eye out right here for new streams, news, and […]

MUSIC VIDEO: You Me At Six – No One Does It Better

You Me At Six have unleashed their brand new music video for the single “No One Does It Better” and can be seen right here on UTG! This video shows the band out on the open road, having some bonding time, and enjoying the sunshine. Please enjoy the smooth stylings of YMAS and their creative […]

You Me At Six Perform “Crash” In Indonesia

UK rockers You Me At Six were recorded performing their song “Crash,” live in Indonesia, and the results are fantastic. This song comes off of the group’s latest effort Sinners Never Sleep, straight through Virgin Records. If you enjoy YMAS’s new album then this song will light up your afternoon. Please be sure to pick […]

STREAM: You Me At Six – Takes One To Know One

You Me At Six have released a b-side off of their forthcoming album, Sinners Never Sleep, called “Takes One To Know One.” This infectious rock track did not make it to the album but I’m sure the band are planning on putting out an extended edition a while after it hits stores. We’ll keep you […]

STREAM: You Me At Six feat. Winston McCall – Time Is Money

I just got chills when I heard Winston McCall (Parkway Drive) was being featured on You Me At Six‘s latest track “Time Is Money.” The group’s first attempt at making a legitimate hardcore tune has went off without a hitch. This track adds to the excitement I already have for YMAS’s upcoming release, Sinners Never […]

MUSIC VIDEO: You Me At Six – Loverboy

You Me At Six have released their latest music video for “Loverboy,” that can now be enjoyed by us folks in the US. The single comes off of the group’s upcoming album, Sinners Never Sleep, in stores and everywhere on October 3 through Virgin Records. YMAS keeps getting better with every release so UTG is […]

Adelitas Way lyrics video and album preview

Las Vegas rockers Adelitas Way are going to release their sophomore effort, Home School Valedictorian, on June 7th via Virgin Records. This record is produced by Dave Bassatt of Shinedown. You can listen/view the latest lyric video for their first single “Sick” and preview the groups’ YouTube album sampler below.

Review: Laura Marling – I Speak Because I Can

I Speak Because I Can isn’t just a worthy follow-up for Marling, but a powerful record for a genre many overlook.