Posts Tagged ‘Porridge Radio’

Image may contain: 4 people, people sitting and outdoor

Massive news: Porridge Radio have signed to Secretly Canadian, The first single is out today: Lilac You may recognise it from their live sets. There is a beautiful video directed by El Hardwick:

I can’t count how many times I’ve been asked by people where they can find this song since we started playing it at shows, and I hope this recording lives up to the live version and is as special to you as it is to us.

I’m so proud of us for getting to this place and I’m so excited for everything that’s gonna come next. Love to the heads love to the newbies xxx

Official video for Lilac by Porridge Radio

Porridge Radio played Green Man back in August and the wonderful team filmed their performance of cult classic ‘Eugh’.

 

No photo description available.

Brighton via London four-piece Porridge Radio have shared their first new music since their 2016 debut LP Rice, Pasta and Other Fillers. “Give/Take” is the kind of poignant, lo-fi guitar pop that makes bedroom pop doubters look silly. Alongside bittersweet ’80s synths and a subtle, silvery bass line, Dana Margolin’s heart-rending vocals yearn with believable affection as she sings of the warring mindsets that make life so confusing, yet visceral. With all the cynicism in today’s cultural and political discourse, sometimes earnest conviction is the best medicine, and “Give/Take” is the type of chaotic good that’s worth celebrating.

This is our first release in a long time and our first real studio recording and I’m so pleased to share it. We’ve been working hard on lots of new things and I’m so ready for you all to hear what we’ve been up to because guess what. I’m proud of us. Come see us on tour next week

“Give / Take” · Porridge Radio

Image may contain: 3 people, people on stage and people playing musical instruments

This exceptional Brighton slacker indie band are led by the magnetic Dana Margolin, who blends the freewheeling romance of Wolf Alice’s Ellie Rowsell with ramshackle C86-style production and the darker, drowsier energy of PJ Harvey or Mark Lanegan. Even when they brood under a drizzly cloud, the surefire melodies can’t help but jangle

http://.