Unsigned bands you need to listen to in July.

Finding an unsigned band is a sweet deal. You have major bragging rights over your friends and even better, when the band finally begins to play sold out stadium tours, you get to look smugly in your friends face and officially say “I was there from the beginning”.


It is a fact that, at one point or another, all your favourite bands were unsigned. So, let us look at our pick of unsigned artists who we discovered this month and we are tipping to be the next big thing.


Couchsurf

Couchsurf is not your everyday artist. From homeless to Harlem (NYC), he has not gone unnoticed. Couchsurf has travelled the country performing everywhere from private house shows to Vans Warped Tour in 2018 with Survival Kit. He aims to inspire the world with positivity and realistic views on self-growth.


His latest EP ‘Don’t Be Sorry, Do Better’ is one of the most upbeat, positive, pop tinged rock outings of the year and is an absolute blast from start to finish. Couchsurfs effortless ability to combine pop hooks, rock riffs and blues inspired grooves create a truly unique sound not to be missed. Don’t Be Sorry, Do Better’ is one of the best releases of the year so far, period.

Red Handed Denial

Red Handed Denial are a sublime metalcore band who hail from Toronto, Ontario. They combine amazing technical ability, endless ambition and astounding clean and scream vocals to create a truly unique sound that won them the accolade of Not A Phase 2019 album of the year for their album ‘Redeemer’.


‘Empire’ distills Red Handed Denial down to their most basic elements and