Mary And The Ram – the studio project of Kiran Tanna from The Nightmare Generator and Dom Smith from The Parasitic Twins – have unveiled the video for their latest single Eclipse.
Recorded at Melrose Yard Studios in York, UK and co-produced between Kiran and New York based producer Kallie Marie (Explosives for Her Majesty) the band have also hooked in the talents of Dave Ogilvie (The Weeknd, Nine Inch Nails, Skinny Puppy) for mixing, with mastering by Howie Weinberg (Thirty Seconds to Mars, Mars Volta, Nirvana).
2019 has been a massive year for Snakerattlers. They have established themselves firmly in the UK underground music scene, racking up an impressive 100 shows throughout the year.
The forthcoming video for their track ‘Do The Rattle Rock’ is a testament to their constant touring and insatiable work ethic.
The track itself is about feeling like an outsider and struggling to fit in, before ultimately realising that going your own way is paramount. This is basically the ethos and entire foundation of Snakerattlers.
Filmed across six different London shows, throughout 2019, the dangerous duo from North Yorkshire have been captured at their intimidating and ferocious best, by John Clay and Elliott louie Afonso.
The video will be released on Saturday December 7, 2019.
The Warren Youth Project is proud to announce a major new phase of Three Minute Heroes – the mental health and music initiative that gives young people a voice to express the worries and concerns of their generation through an album of powerful music written by young people and recorded by bands and musicians from our region. The first single, and video by Joe Russell-Brown will be released on Friday, November 8.
Over six months, The Warren’s THREE MINUTE HEROES team of tutors and counsellors has supported more than 70 young people of Withernsea High School in East Yorkshire to express themselves through creative writing with the help of Warren tutors, staff and counsellors. Their writings were then anonymised and passed to bands and solo artists to turn into powerful impactful songs.
Withernsea High School took the bold step of embedding Three Minute Heroes in the school’s day/curriculum – an ambitious forward-thinking step in terms of supporting young people who are struggling.
To-date 12 new songs have been created and recorded and will be released over the coming weeks and months beginning with three music videos – with a full worldwide digital album release of THREE MINUTE HEROES through Warren Records in January 2020 as part of a live event celebration for the young people who took part (featuring many of the bands who will be playing the songs they created from young people’s writings). The project was made possible thanks to the financial support of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
JJ Tatten, Manager of The Warren Youth Project, said: “Three Minute Heroes gives young people a powerful authentic voice to express what is bothering them and gives adults a new way to hear them. It is entirely the words of young people. Working with Withernsea High to make Three Minute Heroes part of their curriculum was a hugely impactful experience.”
Mark Crofts, Headteacher at Withernsea, and manager of the Warren’s Counselling Service said: “Three Minute Heroes is doing the right thing in exactly the right way. We’ve seen massive changes in our young people who took part. They’ve come such a long way in terms of building their confidence. I can’t think of a quicker way than Three Minute Heroes for getting the support that is needed, in a manner which is exciting and engaging to so many students in such a short period of time. What really struck me was the number of students who came to me and asked if we could do it again.”
Former Project Lead (and lead singer of Hull Band LIFE) Mez Green said: “The words created by the young people of Withernsea High are raw, honest and breathtaking and the new album is a body of work that is fresh, energetic and exciting”
The plan now is to roll Three Minute Heroes out to all schools in Hull who are willing to follow Withernsea’s lead and embed the project in their school day.
Touching upon themes of politics, feminism and personal wellbeing Alice Clayton presents her first body of work in collaboration with Make Noise and Warren Records, released worldwide October 2019.
Alice’s songs delve into the problems we face as a society, urging people to listen closely to her intricate lyrics. The Baritone Ukulele provides a unique tone and depth in the background, as she captures the audience with her powerful voice.
Alice has been a regular on the Hull music scene for some years now, having played numerous times at festivals such as Humber St Sesh, Freedom Festival and Festival 8. She has done sessions for BBC Introducing Humberside and also gigs frequently in Hull and Leeds.
The record will be released on the October 18, with a celebration and intimate full band performance on 16th November at Zoo, on Newland Avenue, Hull.