A concept album inspired by prog rock, FFAF’s ‘Tales Don’t Tell Themselves’ is ‘the grower’, says Matt Davies-Kreye.
Recording ‘Hours’ was ‘life-changing’, Funeral For A Friend frontman Matt Davies-Kreye tells Dig! ‘It charts the trip of us as a band.’
Where overdue respect is concerned, The Smiths’ lone live album, ‘Rank’, has more than earned it by now, baby.
Melancholic, yet truly life-affirming, The Boy With The Thorn In His Side is the sound of The Smiths – and indie-pop – at their most sublime.
Think you know everything about indie-pop’s most charming men? Here are ten surprising Smiths facts which may change your mind…
Establishing Blur’s identity, the ‘Modern Life Is Rubbish’ album become one of the most influential British albums of the 90s.
The very epitome of retro cool, The Smiths’ artworks stood apart in the 80s, and they’ve retained their timeless allure ever since.
Whether written for The Smiths or his own solo albums, the best Morrissey lyrics rank among the most insightful in rock music.
From arch noise-pop to heartbroken ballads, the best Blur songs show rich and varied the band were over a hugely successful career.
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