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First Signs of Love No. 186 Vita and the Woolf

We discovered this week’s First Signs of Love featured band during our recent trip to New York.  Named after the well documented affair between writer Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West, Vita and the Woolf are a two piece from Philadelphia led by the vocal force of nature that is Jennifer Pague. She’s frequently compared to Florence Welch

Sunspots

First Signs of Love No. 185 Sunspots

Introducing Sunspots, a new four piece indie/pop outfit from Leeds. Formed just last year, this is their debut single ‘I Know What You Don’t’ produced by Mickey Dale (Embrace, Cud). From the opening thundering drums and wailing guitars Sunspots announce their arrival and signal their intent. Perfectly balancing moody indie angst with uplifting indie anthem, they

Laurence Made Me Cry

First Signs of Love No. 184 – Laurence Made Me Cry

Laurence Made Me Cry is musician and artist Jo Whitby, currently based in the Highlands of Scotland.  We are not sure who Laurence is, but he has certainly inspired some incredible music. ‘Melete’ is the first single to be taken from Laurence Made Me Cry’s forthcoming EP ‘Titans’ Daughters’. Produced by Swansea based musician Simon

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First Signs of Love No. 183. HAWK

Not only is ‘Once Told’ the new single by HAWK a thunderously good tune, it also carries a bigger message. Once Told tackles Ireland’s archaic abortion laws, where it’s still illegal to have an abortion, with the exception of very rare circumstances. Julie Hawk explains: “This song is just a tiny fraction of the frustration that’s

Taylor Loren

First Signs of Love No. 182 Taylor Loren

From Delray Beach, Florida this is Taylor Loren, our first featured artist to be selected via our Reverbnation tie-up. Taylor sings, writes and first picked up a guitar aged 10 years old. She released her debut EP Dreamin’ towards the end of last year. Recorded in Nashville with session musicians more used to playing with Randy Travis

Foggy City Orphan

First Signs of Love No 181. Foggy City Orphan

Every Tuesday on Right Chord Music we feature a new track, often a debut new single from a band or artist. We call this the First Signs of Love, it’s about those moments when you think you’ll found a new artist to love and you simply can’t get enough of it. Our first FSOL featured

Andrew Butler

First Signs of Love No. 179 Andrew Butler

London-based Singer/Songwriter Andrew Butler is this week’s First Signs of Love. This is ‘Mainour’ a compelling first taste of his debut album ‘Chalk.’ (Watch this space for a full review). Andrew’s deep, distinctive voice gives a classic feel to this track, effortlessly allowing your mind to wander to Orbison, Cohen and even Morrison. ‘Mainour’ is a