SINGLE REVIEW: Ward Thomas FT Dan Owen's 'Someone to Someone'

Ward Thomas have teamed up with English singer/songwriter Dan Owen for the release of their breathtaking new single ‘Someone to Someone’ which is the third track to be lifted off their forthcoming EP ‘The Space Between’ which is slated for release this Summer and promises to be one of the most relatable projects of the year. The new single is an honest and emotive take on the consequences of online trolling – a poignant lyrical story of how an innocent life gets snatched away due to the constan

ALBUM REVIEW: Twinnie’s ‘Hollywood Gypsy’

This Friday, April 17th, rising country-pop sensation Twinnie releases her much anticipated debut album ‘Hollywood Gypsy’ via BMG UK. The record is a 12 track collection of tracks that promise to bring some much-needed light. Here we review the LP in full ahead of its official release this weekend: The record opens with this uptempo track which was released as an official single at the start of the year. Lyrically it gives us a real insight into the personality of Twinnie as she showcases she

Virtual Review: Sarah Darling’s Facebook Live

After a hugely successful Facebook live stream concert last weekend, Sarah Darling decided to return to the social media platform on March 28th for another beautiful show. This time the Nashville based singer/songwriter and adopted Brit streamed live from her front room alongside her good friend and fellow musician Tyler Flowers (note, they complied to the 2m social distancing measures) with her husband James behind the camera. Sitting on her plush couch, Sarah kicked things off with the “swee

Track-By-Track Review: The Shires’ ‘Good Years’ LP

On Friday, March 13th British country music duo The Shires release their fourth studio album ‘Good Years’ their first via new label group BMG since parting ways with Decca. The record promises to be a major career highlight for the pair who look to grow musically year-on-year. Here we review the LP track-by-track. The record opens with this feel-good anthemic, stadium filler that has all the makings of becoming a huge festival favourite. With its pop undertones, catchy lyrics, and sing-a-long

Track-By-Track Review: Carly Pearce’s Self-Titled Sophomore Album

On Valentines Day 2020 US country music sensation and powerhouse vocalist Carly Pearce will release her eagerly anticipated self-titled sophomore album. The new record is the follow-up to the Kentucky native’s 2017 breakout debut ‘Every Little Thing’ and is the last full body of work to be produced by the legendary Busbee who sadly passed away earlier this year. Here at Belles and Gals we are delighted to have had an early listen to the LP ahead of its release this coming February and here we b

REVIEW: Sarah Darling’s ‘Cowboy Take Me Away’ Cover

This Friday, US country sensation and honoury Brit Sarah Darling shares the second track off her ‘Campfire Sessions’ covers project which sees her covering classic hits that helped shape her into the divine artist she is today – the series kicked off last year with the breathtaking release of The Wreckers’ ‘Leave The Pieces’. The new release will see the Nashville based artist delivering her truly stunning rendition of the Dixie Chicks’ global smash ‘Cowboy Take Me Away’ and the result is nothi

Track By Track Review of Lady Antebellum’s ‘Ocean’ LP

On Friday, November 15th multi-Grammy award-winning trio Lady Antebellum return with their stunning new album ‘Ocean’. The record sees the group returning to their organic sonic roots with a simplistic approach to harmonies and production. Here we review the LP track by track ahead of its Friday release: What If I Never Get Over You The record opens with the lead single and it is the perfect way to kick-start the LP as it showcases that the trio are right back to where they’re supposed to be

REVIEW: Sarah Darling’s ‘Divide’ ft Ward Thomas

This coming Friday, November 22nd US country music sweetheart Sarah Darling will share her brand new single ‘Divide’. The track was inspired by the stunning Rocky Mountain national park landscape after a hike with her British husband. Speaking about the songs inspiration, Sarah said: “This past April I was hiking with my husband in Rocky Mountain National Park. As I was standing at the continental divide, I felt something come over me. I realized that I was standing at a high elevation in Ameri

LIVE REVIEW: Twinnie @ The Tramshed in Cardiff Opening For Kiefer Sutherland

Last night (Tuesday, 15th October) Kiefer Sutherland brought his ‘Reckless and Me’ tour to the city of Cardiff and opening up for him was the rising superstar Twinnie. The York singer/songwriter arrived on stage at the sold-out Tramshed venue at 8 pm to warm applause before launching into a beautiful, stripped-back acoustic set. Kicking off with the brilliant ‘Type Of Girl’, the country crossover star set the tone for her standout set thanks to her soaring vocals and relatable lyrics. It’s not

LIVE REVIEW: Sarah Darling @ Sounds Of Nashville in Cologne

Last night (Saturday, October 12th) Country Music sweetheart Sarah Darling brought her angelic vocals to the city of Cologne for the Sounds of Nashville In The Round showcase alongside Nashville artists Kenny Foster and Robert Counts. The Iowan native kicked off her intimate set with a soaring rendition of her smash ‘Where Cowboys Ride’ the track is her love letter to Wyoming and recently hit over 3 million streams. The small venue was the perfect setting for the track and Sarah’s honey-toned v
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