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Weekend Wonders: Hunter & The Bear - Craig Finn - Primal Static - Cymbals Eat Guitars - British Sea Power - Laura Jean Anderson - Katie Jay

Hunter & The Bear - You Can Talk. Background - Hunter & The Bear are pleased to share the video for their latest single 'You Can Talk'. Brought up on a heavy diet of rock bands like Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Pink Floyd, Hunter & The Bear are equally inspired by modern bands like Biffy Clyro, War On Drugs and Royal Blood and this latest track - and accompanying video - offers a solid insight into their recording process with more than a glimpse into what you can expect from their raucous live shows. Releasing one video a month until their album release in May, there's a lot more to come from Hunter & The Bear, the UK's most promising rock export. Hunter & The Bear are: Will (lead vocals, guitar), Jimmy (lead guitar, vocals), Gareth (drums, vocals), Chris (bass, vocals). See our Tour page for details. Website here , Facebook here . 'You Can Talk' has a meaty full on rock feel, that is given some edge by the fine vocals and a band tha

Laura Jean Anderson - Righteous Girl (EP).

Laura Jean Anderson - It Won't Be Long. Background promo - As young as she may look, Laura Jean Anderson is filled with the spirit of wisdom, amassed through years of travelling, busking, hitchhiking, touring and old time religion--just the kind of learning a prolific songwriter would need. You can hear it in her voice and lyrics on her latest EP, Righteous Girl in which she evokes the ghosts of Janis Joplin and modern influences of Lucius, St. Vincent and Alabama Shakes, “I feel like these songs reflect that feeling you get when you get one glimmer of hope, of sunshine in the midst of a deep depression. I would go on long walks barefoot with my guitar in the neighbourhoods of LA--I felt super out of place doing that but for some reason, it put things into perspective,” Anderson says wistful. “Take Me In” opens up the EP and Anderson gently pulls the listener into her world, her soothing voice (reminiscent of June Carter) ebbs and flows along with the electric piano rolls. H