Chubby And The Gang Return With 'I Hate The Radio'

Tune in now...London indie-punks Chubby And The Gang have shared their new single 'I Hate The Radio'. The band's new album 'The Mutt's Nuts' lands on August 27th, and it'll be accompanied by a huge tour of the UK and Ireland. A riotous live act, much of the group's appeal lies in their devious sense of humour, something that comes to the fore on this new track. Online now, 'I Have The Radio' melds together 60s pop with their helter-skelter punk energy, resulting in something wickedly engaging. Says singer Charlie Manning Walker: “This song is about when you finish a relationship with someone but you have a certain association between them and a song, and then that song comes on the radio. It’s like, ‘man, I never want to hear this song again!’ and then of course you get in the car and it comes on.” Molly Manning Walker directs the video, while editing comes from Lesley Manning - the singer's sister and mother, respectively. Tune in now. Photo Credit: Sirus F Gahan - - -

Chubby And The Gang Return With 'I Hate The Radio'
Tune in now...

London indie-punks Chubby And The Gang have shared their new single 'I Hate The Radio'.

The band's new album 'The Mutt's Nuts' lands on August 27th, and it'll be accompanied by a huge tour of the UK and Ireland.

A riotous live act, much of the group's appeal lies in their devious sense of humour, something that comes to the fore on this new track.

Online now, 'I Have The Radio' melds together 60s pop with their helter-skelter punk energy, resulting in something wickedly engaging.

Says singer Charlie Manning Walker: “This song is about when you finish a relationship with someone but you have a certain association between them and a song, and then that song comes on the radio. It’s like, ‘man, I never want to hear this song again!’ and then of course you get in the car and it comes on.”

Molly Manning Walker directs the video, while editing comes from Lesley Manning - the singer's sister and mother, respectively.

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Sirus F Gahan

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Next Wave #1030: KiNG MALA
In Association With Vero True Social

From the heart of Los Angeles, KiNG MALA, a.k.a Areli Castro, is rising through the alt-pop ranks. Her latest single 'mercy' drips in eerie, glassy sounds, charming strings, resolving motifs and a rush of angelic harmonies that create a split of devil meets angel through the track. 'mercy' is a polite sonic introduction to both sides of the artist’s mind and past, speaking of the battle of being human and finding morality in the good and lessons in the bad.

Castro explains: “This song is about struggling with the darker parts of yourself. It's about the things that you do that scare you. There is power and fear in our shadow selves and I wanted this song to convey that. The "bad" version of me is closer to who I really am and wins in the end, and I don't think that's a bad thing... There's something empowering about accepting the scary parts of yourself and moving away from the fear of it.”

In the run-up to her previous release 'She Calls Me Daddy', her intimate behind the scenes approach led to a fast-growing, viral fame on TikTok, where she took followers along on her journey to releasing music, leaking snippets of her upcoming songs and ultimately letting them choose which track to drop next. Speaking of her experience on the social media platform, she shares, “It's been insane haha! I love TikTok so much, I feel like I can really be myself and share all the parts of me and this project that I have never been able to share before. I love that I can be really authentic and genuinely connect with people through a platform like TikTok and I think that's why people are connecting with my music more, cuz I'm connecting with them more than ever.”

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Her music stands for the many, from her 2020 release 'Homebody' which touched on the anxious collective, to 'She Calls Me Daddy', a song about the social injustice of the LGBTQ+ community, the musician highlights relatable themes for the youth of today, allowing fans to connect to her on a deeper level. Castro shares: “For me, 'mercy' was a chance to show what this project can really be. It is the first release that I feel like has truly shown my vision for KiNG MALA and created the universe that I see these songs living in. I have never been so sure and excited about a song/video before and I can't wait to keep building on this world it has created.”

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