The Lounge Society

The Lounge Society: “Being pinned down is the most dangerous thing as a band”

The Lounge Society's thrilling debut album encapsulates the journey from rural isolation to support slots with The Strokes and Wet Leg

Listen to The Lounge Society’s breezy new single ‘Upheaval’

The Yorkshire group created a "calmer atmosphere" with the track, which will appear on their upcoming debut album

The Lounge Society announce debut album ‘Tired Of Liberty’ with ‘Blood Money’ single

The record comes out this summer via Speedy Wunderground and was produced by Dan Carey

The Horrors lead 20 new additions to Wide Awake 2022 line-up

The south London festival will return in May

The 20 best EPs and mixtapes of 2021

Bigger doesn't always mean better – these rapid releases showcased rising artists at their finest

The Lounge Society – ‘Silk For The Starving’ review: refreshingly rural take on politically-loaded post-punk

The Lounge Society are blazing their own path in a busy British guitar scene by looking closer to home – the results are as raucous as they are rewarding

The Strokes’ producer Gordon Raphael on moving to Hebden Bridge and working with The Lounge Society

As the band share 'Cain's Heresy', the legendary producer tells us: "This could be another chapter of rock music when it’s not supposed to be here"

The NME 100: Essential emerging artists for 2021

The definitive annual list that shines a spotlight on emerging artists that should be on your radar in 2021

The Lounge Society: Yorkshire teens making political punk for the dancefloor

Yorkshire teens on their dream recording with Speedy Wunderground and channelling their rural circumstance into impulsive, energetic punk.