Viola Beach’s name will always be synonymous with tragedy, but at least now we have a document of who this band were
Elbow : Asleep In The Back/Coming Second
...solemn, disquietingly dark, and gorgeous...
's Mercury-nominated masterpiece, but here it is - like an unexpected dessert - as resonant and finely crafted a song as any on that album. Gossamer piano and muted electronic sound effects accompany Guy Garvey's pretty cogitations on that crazy little thing called love, and the whole affair drifts by like lush, distant scenery out a car window.
Live favourite 'Coming Second', meanwhile, edges in with stalker-like insistence - solemn, disquietingly dark, and gorgeous. Suddenly 2003, when the next Pharcyde
album is scheduled to appear, seems unbearably far away.
It’s essentially just a slick remix of Finding Nemo, but Finding Dory’s emotional moments will definitely hook you in
Ethan Hawke toots the horn for Chet Baker in this not-quite-a-biopic that takes jazzy liberties with the truth
Gucci Mane’s first album since leaving prison is a riot of big-hitting confessionals, plus Kanye and Drake guest spots
A heroic blend of radio-friendly guitar pop and bristling disco from the Stockport five-piece named after a pub