News The Neu Bulletin (28th January 2014)

New music tips include Hello 2014 with Relics & Spring King, plus Veyu and Twin Graves.

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Hello 2014 - London, The Old Blue Last

A bittersweet occasion, as Neu bids goodbye to Hello 2014 (it just doesn’t sound right, does it), with the brilliant Relics headlining a bill that also features Tarek Musa’s Spring King, the brooding Youth Man and New Cross newcomers Holy Milk. Goodbye ‘Hello 2014’. Hello actual 2014. This is all getting confusing.

Veyu - Running

The smooth-edged moody pop of Veyu isn’t too distant from fellow Liverpudlians Outfit. It’s a take on pop that skews regular form, giving New Order-style rejoice a new name. ‘Running’ is a gorgeous introduction, Adam Bresnen’s vocals leading the way in a triumphant number that rivals the heights of giants.

Twin Graves - Brothers

If the charts were destined to cater for misery-soaked anthems, Twin Graves’ debut track ‘Brothers’ would be the melodramatic monster to save us all. Jeremy Aris Polychronopoulos and Zarah Lawless make up the duo, giving post-punk a refreshed, semi-euphoric slant. Instead of basking in scum-soaked drains and wallowing in sweet darkness, they’ve taken a conventionally grim sound into a higher calling.

Twin Graves’ debut EP is released on 19th February as a free download.

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