Tag Archives: pop
"Better Days" is the title track from Kaz Hawkins' latest EP, which has been defined as "a step in a new direction taking outside her comfort zone of the blues genre that everyone normally associates her with". The four-track album is piano based and is an intimate invitation to hear Kaz vocally vulnerable and surprisingly raw, while the songs themselves are clear messages of hope and celebration.
Generation Jones is a British acoustic duo comprising singer songwriters Geoff Carr and Jon Beynon. Based in the North Cotswolds, they perform to great acclaim at a variety of venues and events, mixing their own material with sensitive renditions of classic favourites. Drawing inspiration from songwriting and musicianship in the 1960s and 1970s, Generation Jones occupies that intriguing space where folk, blues, rock and country meet together. Their music is dominated by the clean, bright picking of acoustic guitars, enriched by the addition of other instruments: mandolin, dulcimer, double bass, harmonica. Their vocal sound is marked by tight harmonies and a distinctive smoothness.
"A song about pulling a fitty..... and not quite believing your luck! Seriously, it goes so much deeper than that but hopefully you know what I mean. With grateful thanks to all the loved up, beautiful couples who sent us photographs for inclusion in this video. You guys give me hope." Clara Barker
Slick, catchy, and slightly left of center Alternative rock with a pop music sheen, Spaceship Days give listeners a sense of possibility; reaffirming the idea that life is full of wonder... and they do it in songs with mass appeal.