Recorded at Paul Weller’s prestigious invite-only Black Barn Studios in Sussex, with support from Ireland’s MCD Productions, Chris Wise and The Hidden Revolution return with a terrific new single about your self-worth on ‘Don’t Belong‘.
Chris Wise and The Hidden Revolution is an exuberant indie UK collaboration with an incredible team of wildly talented and experienced musicians, who put their heart and soul into each note, each verse and each moment is made with that original quality, that only the best can heal us with.
This is the true story of independence and getting away from any toxic environment, whether that be family or relationships you may have. This is about flying free so you can feel free again, away from the bad vibes, to spread your wings and go to where you feel loved and respected.
‘Don’t Belong‘ from Chris Wise and The Hidden Revolution, is a stunning effort from the UK outfit, who bless our tired hearts with a boost of energy, that leads us to the unlocked door that we thought was closed, but was actually open the whole time and we needed a fresh perspective, to see vividly again with that enlightening purpose.
Hear the new single here on Spotify and see more on IG.
The soulful Sussex pop singer-songwriter Xavier Ralph rides the love wave on his new single called ‘Thoughts of Me’. This is about that feeling of a relationship that was maybe a bit too good that you don’t think will ever get better. You want that lover back but the door has closed and the lock is bolted closed now.
Signed by the legendary indie Uprise Records UK, this is an artist on the rise as his team are beyond excited with his growth and the excellent results so far, shows their belief in him is on point.
The crashing waves flow through and make a soothing sound over the ocean as you wonder down the beach, lost in your own thoughts as you go through everything that just happened. This is the start of a music video that touches on a relevant topic that so many of us have faced. That pain after feeling love; that empty feeling that has you questioning your every move. Instead, this should be when you take it on the chin, get up, heal and move on. This is easier said than done however and will take that extra strength and discipline to be your life jacket and keep you afloat.
This is the story of a mind that is ticking way too fast and tormenting itself about a love that was going so well and then ended too fast. This is a harsh feeling that you probably shouldn’t feel but do anyway. You cared more about her than she did for you so swimming again to new seas is perfectly right in this moment.
His voice is so smooth and each note hits the right spot. You can see his youth and how being in love for the first time is proving more complicated that he originally thought. This is a quality track with the splendid production adding so much class. ‘Thoughts of Me’ from the Hastings singer-songwriter Xavier Ralph is such a clean pop song that it won’t ever need dusting.
See this excellent video on YouTube, hear more on Spotify and follow his journey on IG & FB.
Fern has dropped their latest single ‘For Forever’ this combination of Soft Rock intertwine to create this compelling and unique piece.
Starting off with that low and slow-paced instrumental that light riff on the guitar and the tap on the bass drum, having that Rock essence flow through the instrumentation but keeping it mellow throughout. It’s more on the quiet side, embracing the smooth style that Fern has to offer.
The vocal ranges are insane, the way his voice adapts perfectly to the rhythm that collides in the background is what makes this song stand out. Having that same slow pace as he sings and keeping everything at a certain volume, which makes you hear the gravelly tone in the vocals.
Every element that has been added into this piece, is what makes Fern so unique. He adds his own twist onto the ever-growing sound of music and really modernises it in an incredible way.
Be sure to listen to this one by Fern, you won’t regret it. We can’t wait to see what he does next!
Listen to Fern, For Forever by heading on over to Spotify now.