Weekend Recovery’s front woman Lori is set to release her greatly anticipated first single ‘I’m Still Here’ A little different from the Weekend Recovery indie rock sound which has won the heart’s of many fans across the country, ‘I’m Still Here’ focuses on an electro pop sound drawing influence from Billie Eilish, Kyla La Grange and Foxes.
Front woman Lori has been building a profile slowly with Weekend Recovery, with huge support from the likes of Kerrang, BBC Introducing, Radio X, Amazing Radio and Planet Rock.
Just like in Weekend Recovery Lori designs all the artwork and merchandise. About the single Lori says “I really wanted to experiment with a different style of music and really love the vibes of something more atmospheric. Mental health is a really important subject for me and this single captures this perfectly.’
To.do.list is a singer songwriter based in manchester and hull.Gentle serenades, fingerpicking and sweet quirky mental health influenced lyrics transport you into a daydream
XUP is Lane on vox n other noises - including: the mustang bass, telecaster gee-tar + the drums. There is no telecaster when XUP plays live.
Formerly the bassist and founder member of The Chelsea Girls (the band who would go on to become the Nine Black Alps), Wolfie, and legendary uber post-Sonic Manchester punks Strap Ons, Lane began to record and perform as XUP in London in 2008 and in 2015, relocated XUP back to Manchester where she continues her post-punk journey.
XUP is the kind of emotional, almost philosophical urban angst that drove punk rock to evolve and mature and capably manages to be quietly menacing. The urgent post-Siouxsie grit is mesmerising. The ever so slightly honeyed vocals sit on this barbed wired bed like it’s the most natural of things.