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  • First Listen: Children of the State release Fat Whites produced debut EP
  • First Listen: Pale Seas return with Everything Everything remix of single ‘Someday’
  • Listen: Gently Tender unveil debut single ’2 Chords Good’

First Listen: Children of the State release Fat Whites produced debut EP

13 Jul 2018

This afternoon we are proud to present, for all the messed-up children of this world, the debut offering from the Children of the State; a band of self-described ‘peyote punks’ who are so enamoured with the notion of freewheeling that they could have been torn from a page of On The Road and no one… Read more »

First Listen: Pale Seas return with Everything Everything remix of single ‘Someday’

13 Jul 2018

Southampton’s Pale Seas have just announced their new 7″ single, ‘Someday’, with a remix by Everything Everything premiering with us. The indie four piece have had a glistening 2018 so far, having played the likes of The Great Escape and Common People, and with a strong set of UK and Europe tour dates under their belt,… Read more »

Listen: Gently Tender unveil debut single ’2 Chords Good’

12 Jul 2018

London has a new band, and it’s probably the most exciting the city has seen in a while. From the ashes of Palma Violets, Sam Fryer, Will Doyle and Pete Mayhew team up with The Big Moon’s, Celia Archer and London scene creative, Adam Brown to unveil Gently Tender. ‘2 Chords Good’ is their debut… Read more »

Announcement: Our Illustration Competition is BACK!

10 Jul 2018

We are on the lookout for the next great So Young illustrator to bring something new to our pages! We will run quarterly competitions to coincide with each new issue of So Young culminating in several exhibitions in London, where we can have a knees up to celebrate all your hard work. Enter here. Prizes… Read more »

Listen: Blueprint Blue release an ode to their Volvo in single ‘Roll On’

10 Jul 2018

There’s no time like the summer to sink your teeth into some candy-coloured retro pop. Thank goodness then for South Londoners, Blueprint Blue, who had the foresight to release their new single, ‘Roll On’ just in time for the sizzling heatwave. With a plethora of luxuriant guitars and subtle harmonies ‘Roll On’ is a sumptuous,… Read more »

Watch: Krush Puppies release debut single ‘Petalhead’ alongside summer inspired visuals

10 Jul 2018

Much like the beloved frozen beverage that inspired their name, South London’s Krush Puppies peddle a fuzzed-out version of indie rock that’s the ideal pairing for a hazy summer heatwave. A bleary-eyed bassline and the sun-bleached squall of guitars kick off ‘Petalhead’, making it sound like a scrappy demo tape dredged from the depths of the early nineties, before… Read more »

Watch: Breathe Panel deliver visuals for single ‘The Time, Always’

09 Jul 2018

Ahead of the release of their debut album on Friday, Breathe Panel have shared an incredible video for the wistful ‘The Time, Always’, premiering here today. The clip, directed by Joey Bania and shot in Hanoi, Vietnam, follows two men through a breathtaking day in the capital, staining Nick Green’s yearning vocals with wanderlust. Another stunning… Read more »

Watch: Vinyl Staircase unveil video for EP closer ‘Last I Heard’

06 Jul 2018

Way back in February we brought you the EP opener from Vinyl Staircase and today we bring you the visuals to its closer. Whilst the British summer goes from strength to strength, the Dorking band aim to capture the feeling on film with a video for the song ‘Last I Heard’. The track itself captures… Read more »

First Listen: Brighton’s Fur release new single ‘What Would I Do?’

06 Jul 2018

If you’ve not invested the time into Brighton’s Fur just yet, it’s probably best that you address that situation now. The South Coast four piece indulge in throwback sounds of the fifties and sixties to create unapologetic pop songs ready for the masses. Whilst their output so far is minimal, it’s certainly made an impact…. Read more »

Interview: We speak to Iceage following the release of ‘Beyondless’

27 Jun 2018

Copenhagen’s prodigal sons have returned from a hiatus spanning four years- and judging by the direction the world has tilted in since their 2014 opus Plowing Into the Field of Love, they have emerged at the perfect time to soundtrack some form of cataclysmic event.  New album Beyondless is their fourth, and provides the logical… Read more »