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Part Three: Small Artists You Need To Check Out

Welcome back to another instalment of Small Band Week and today I'm going to give you some artists that I've never featured or ones I've only featured once (recently) and give you some small bands to check out! I've done two of these previously, I've found new bands since, and I do intend on this being a series so that you can just come and find some new bands to support! 

Young Fatigue;

I had the pleasure of working with them last week on an introducing post, they were super lovely to work with and they make incredible music. I cannot recommend them enough. Dislocation is a tune and a half and Pretty Now is just as incredible! Honestly. if you're in the market for some new pop-punk/alt-rock then go and check them out! I fucking love them and they're incredible! 

Beyond The Barricade; 

Now, if you're in the market for a heavier band, a band that will make you want to scream, Beyond The Barricade could be the band for you. Again, such an incredible band! I think they're solid, they've got some incredible songs, and they're honestly just such a great band to listen to! Cannot recommend them enough! If you're more into your metalcore, then they could be right up your street, they're great. Love them lots! 

Light Grey; 

I've spoken about them a lot on Twitter but, only mentioned them on the blog once and they were mentioned in my What I'm Listening To... Light Grey is definitely the lightest band of the three, but still, you're in for a treat if you check them out. They're a pop-punk/pop-rock band and can almost guarantee that you'll end up having one of their songs stuck in your head. 

My Latest Failure; 

Again, I've worked with them on an introducing post, I've mentioned them in other posts, but I haven't featured them a lot! If you're into your punk and your punk-rock, then you may have just found a great new band! My Latest Failure will -hopefully- blow your mind, and the amount of times I've found myself having their songs stuck in my head is something else! Honestly, they're great and they're super lovely! I love and appreciate them a lot! 


Decay are slowly climbing up my rankings, and I was recommended them by Ben (When Nothing Works) and he's always spot on with the band recommendations! Decay are a melodic post-hardcore band. Their album is full of bangers, every single song is a tune and I'm honestly in love with them. They're incredible. Would highly recommend them.

Until You Disappear; 

Another band I've had the pleasure of working with, oh my gosh, this band is just something else honestly! They're super sweet and their songs are incredible, they're flawless, they're how I wish pop-punk still was. Honestly, go and check them out, Drunk Me is my favourite track and Edd has such a great voice especially when it's this genre. Honestly, go check them out! 

I'm going to leave it there for this one, but hopefully, in a few weeks, I'll be back to give you another one of these, an updated one with some more bands on it. 

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