The Greyhound Factory – Genie and the Gun: Paradoxically Authentic British Americana

Remember when Indie Rock was as sweet as it was rhythmic? Yeah, I can barely remember it either, but the Greyhound Factory’s latest single Genie and the Gun certainly took me right back. Well, maybe that’s only exclusive to the Radio Edit of Genie and the Gun which was released August 13th, 2018.

The bluesy Americana inspired Rock anthem was that authentic that I genuinely wouldn’t have guessed the band was from Hertford, UK. Whilst I enjoyed the pride in the UK Rock scene, it was hard not to get mesmerised by the soaring riffs and the waves of unadulterated harmony which hits you as the track progresses. I’ll be honest, it’s a little bit sexy. The mix of the raucously soaring vocals, the wistfully romantic lyrics and riffs which Bon Jovi would bow down to leaves quite the lasting effect.

With production from Kevin Paul (Bowie, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds) you can be sure that Genie and the Gun received the perfect polish to allow the raucous synergy to hit you with a hard, sweet concordance.

You can check out the Greyhound Factory’s latest single Genie and the Gun by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast


Echoes from Ashes – Down: I’m Not Crying, You Are

As a massive InMe fan, how could I not fall in love with the latest single from the up and coming recording artists Echoes from Ashes? Down is a cataclysmically deep, almost harrowing Rock anthem which almost veers to…


Junkyard Academy – Annabelle: Raucously Electric Geek Rock

If you could imagine Steel Panther with a little less sleaze, then that’s exactly what you should expect from Junkyard Academy’s latest single Annabelle. The fourpiece Alt Rock band from California have injected the perfect amount of ridiculousness into…


Evert Outen – Excuses: Soul-Driven Blues Rock

When a Blues Rock artist puts together a timeless sound which still carries an overwhelming amount of organic essence it’s hard not to fall a little in love. With instrumentals which wouldn’t be out of place in a Doors…


Gina Brooklyn – Warning: Soul-Drenched Folk Pop

If you’re looking for the perfect infusion of Folk Pop and Soul, I wouldn’t waste another moment before hitting play on Gina Brooklyn’s latest single Warning. Because God damn, it’s haunting, it’s captivating, and I’m pretty sure it’s like…

 Get The Latest New Music To Your Inbox