Interview: Dan Haggis of The Wombats on Fix Yourself, Not The World | Gigwise

'The main theme is letting go'

They are the undisputed kings of indie-pop, and even though they're 15 years in, The Wombats are brighter than ever. Their brand new album Fix Yourself, Not The World was released last Friday and it plays on addictive chorus lines and bold sonic waves.

We had the pleasure of chatting to Wombats drummer Dan Haggis all about the new album, the importance of small venues and lyrical honesty when it comes to mental health.

Interview: Ten questions with TV People //

TV People talk new single ‘String’, being inspired by Joy Division and how the success of Fontaine’s D.C is paving the way for other Irish exports.

TV People are one of Ireland’s most exciting new bands. Their blend of unbelievably honest songwriting, haunting vocals and powerful guitars make for a musical experience like no other. Today lead singer and guitarist Paul Donohoe, Drummer Brendan Clarke and Bassist Rob Kavanagh talk to Generation Indie all about their incredible new single ‘String’

Interview: Max Troy of TV COMA //

Lead singer and guitarist Max Troy of pop punk band TV COMA spoke to Generation Indie about their new single Congratulations and being inspired by Biffy Clyro

Brighton band TV COMA have already been gaining traction on Spotify’s ‘Hot New Bands’ playlist with their nostalgic 90s pop punk anthemic tracks. With the release of their new single ‘Congratulations’ I interviewed the band to find out all about the new track and what life is like for Tv Coma in lockdown.

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Interview | Oli Jameson of Marsicans

Marsicans are one of the UK’s most exciting indie-rock bands with over 140,000 listeners a month on Spotify. The four piece from Leeds built an ever growing fan base with songs such as Too Good and Friends making it onto some of Spotify’s top indie playlists.

The Lowdown had the chance to speak to Oli Jameson, the guitarist from Marsicans about the release of their debut album ‘Ursa Major’ and what life has been like for the band during lockdown.

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