she drew the gun
Glastonbury Festival has announced the return of its Emerging Talent competition following the event’s break in 2018, and the initiative is once again supported by PRS for Music and PRS Foundation.
'I like to critique the systems we live in, but to write with hope that liberation struggles can be won' - the Scouse psych-pop quartet's frontwoman lets us in on the story behind the band's sophomore record...
Brighter Sound is looking for female music-makers and singers aged between 13 and 18 for a new Liverpool-based project with award-winning artist Natalie McCool.
Cambridge Folk Festival manager Rebecca Stewart lets us in on some of the eclectic acts she's most excited to welcome to this year's shennanigans...
The PRS Foundation-funded She Drew The Gun have been named as winners of the GIT Awards 2017 in Liverpool.
BBC Local Radio and The British Plaque Trust will unveil 45 new plaques to commemorate music influencers as part of BBC Music Day.
Lazy Day, TUSK and the Everly Pregnant Brothers are among the artists selected for the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition longlist.
Scouse psych-pop quartet She Drew The Gun have just hit UK soil after their first ever jaunt to Texas. We get the skinny on their trip…
Aystar, The Coral and She Drew The Gun are among the 12 acts shortlisted for the Merseyside music prize, The GIT Award 2017.
Night czar Amy Lamé will be among the speakers at Yes She Can, a new event aimed at promoting greater gender equality in the music industry.