Savages played an epic finale for their latest album ‘Adore Life’ with a sold out show at London’s Brixton Academy last night – honouring Leonard Cohen and Marianne Faithfull. See…
Johnny Marr has shared a playlist of his favourite songs and bands – featuring the likes of Savages, Iggy Pop and many more. Check it out below. The Smiths turned…
Savages singer Jehnny Beth celebrated Halloween by sharing her ‘spookiest’ story – about the time she had a scary night while staying at the house of Queens Of The Stone…
Jehnny Beth says Stevens is banned from her Beats 1 show over artwork diss
French band also performed at Coachella over the weekend
All girl band perform new LP track live on popular US chat show
Teenage Fanclub, Broken Social Scene and Whitney are also amongst the new additions to the festival
Stream te band's full film and live session directed by Antoine Carlier
Queens Of The Stone Age man interviews London band for Magnet Magazine
On their 2013 debut, Savages sought to cut through the noise and confusion of the modern world by demanding, quite literally, that you shut up and listen. ‘Silence Yourself’ had…
Band release new album 'Adore Life' this week
Track is taken from band's second album which is out on January 22
The London post-punks are the latest to cover 'I Love You All The Time'
London band will release LP in January 2016
London band will release the record in January 2016
Both bands performed at 'bemusement park' in Weston-Super-Mare
London band are preparing their second LP for release in 2016
The four-piece have nearly finished their follow-up to 2013 debut 'Silence Yourself'
The month-long 'living art project' will see musicians working alongside installation artists
Singer Jehnny Beth discusses band's follow-up to 2013 debut in new interview
London post-punks are preparing to record follow-up to 2013's 'Silence Yourself'
Fan footage was shot during recent gig at New York's Mercury Lounge
This 37-minute collaborative recording was committed to tape live in concert in May last year, but the roots of ‘Words To The Blind’ go back far beyond the 2012 origins…
The former Slits member previously said music has become 'bread-and-circus entertainment'
The Japanese avant-garde troupe recently teamed up with London band for a collaborative LP
Singer is critical of festivals operating a system where tickets ensuring a good view are more expensive
37-minute long track is described as a "simultaneous sonic poem"
Band's new EP was released earlier this week (May 5)
The record will feature live favourite 'Fuckers'
Black and white film inspired by Albert Camus' 'The Stranger'