Posts by fortitudesbrain

Single Review: The 286 – ‘Time Immemorial’

Becoming known across London for their vibrant, energy-fuelled live performances, musical collective The 286 have now stripped back their sound

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EP Review: Alcabean – ‘Head Down’

Formed by brothers Victor and Julius Schack, Danish rockers Alcabean have already garnered praise from the likes of Clash, Team

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Single Review: Megan Airlie – ‘After River’

Scottish singer-songwriter Megan Airlie has just released her stunning new single ‘After River’. Filled with twinkling, finger-picked melodies and Airlie’s

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Single review: Alberteen – ‘The Son’s Room’

Here at Fortitude, we like to celebrate all genres of music and that very much includes the weird and the

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Kendal Calling Line Up To Feature Catfish And The Bottlemen

The award-winning independent music festival Kendal Calling has been going from strength to strength over the years, and this year’s

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Single Review: Rebecca Lou – ‘Under The Moon’

Following her riotous debut single ‘Bitch U Look Good’, and having been building a reputation across Denmark for her energy-filled

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Latitude Line-up 2018 – Who Will Perform at the Festival?  

  Latitude is back for the 13th edition this year. It will set up the best music, art and comedy

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10 Reasons to Be A Part Of “You Me at Six” Tour

When it comes to uniqueness You Me At Six tour means more than just a live concert.  If you ever

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Single Review: Dearest Lovely World – Simon D James

Simon D James delivers us a love letter in his debut single ‘Dearest Lovely World’. With folk-infused melodies and warm

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12 Things You Can Do To Get Fit Without Really Trying

Getting fit doesn’t have to be a long hard slog. You don’t have to spend hours on the treadmill, or

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