Here’s our fourth offering of just under half an hour of indiepop radio, featuring new tracks by Store Front, The Belafontes, PeterLicht and more. Stream below or head over to Mixcloud to listen.
Among the vast scene of acoustic folk that’s been part of the indiepop world for many years now, Manchester’s Laurie Hulme is one of the most interesting and original artists – by virtue of his music writing but also by virtue of the subjects his songs revolve around. His 2016 debut was inspired by stories of (and hence a tribute to) his late grandfather. This gave the album its title and it also provided the band name he’s been using since, Songs For Walter. Read on