Looking back at 2016 with… Grey Hairs

How was 2016? Band-wise: pretty good. Life-wise: the worst. But you don’t want to hear about that. What was your favourite moment of the year? You’re supposed to say “making our new record” when you’re plugging your tat, but it was genuinely fun. Past recording experiences in Grey Hairs have always been a bit like milking a […]

Looking back at 2016 with… Home Schooled

Home Schooled had a good 2016! The emo band from the Midlands answered our classic end of year questions. Stay tuned for more! How was 2016? Aside from the incalculable grief of Alan Rickman passing away and current political shitstorm, 2016 has been incredibly fun! What was your favourite moment of 2016?  We were lucky enough to […]

Looking back at 2016 with… Jaded

First in our series looking back at 2016, we’ve got Birmingham emo band Jaded! Keep an eye out over the next couple of weeks for more! How was 2016? A mixed bag from start to finish, we finally released our third EP but also Ronnie Corbett died so swings and roundabouts. What was your favourite […]

Looking back at 2015 with… LineOut

Seeing Your Scene chats to melodic skatepunkers LineOut from Italy about 2015. We’re putting them on in April at JT Soar – more details here. How was 2015? 2015 has literally been a perfect year for us. We played more than 40 shows, had the chance to support great bands as Ignite, Lagwagon, Strung Out […]

2015: A timeline of our favourite releases

Brace yourself. This is probably going to be quite long. In 2015, we put on a ton of shows across a few different cities, released our first compilation and published over 250 posts. Here, we’re going to go through our favourite releases by month and also our favourite articles we posted from each month. And […]

Looking back at 2015 with… Mallcops

Seeing Your Scene chats to one of the best new bands of 2015, Mallcops! How was 2015? 2015 was incredible. We started this band, released an EP, went on tour and made really, really awesome friends. What was your favourite moment of the year? On tour we ate pizza in a parking lot with our friends […]

Looking back at 2015… with Oxygen Thief

In the first of our series on 2015 we spoke to Barry of Oxygen Thief about his year! How was 2015? Excellent thanks! Kicked off opening for Frank Turner at Independent Venue Week, did a couple of full band tours, a solo acoustic one, and did some writing. Roll on 2016. What was your favourite moment […]

Looking back at 2014… with Laura Stevenson

Laura Stevenson looks back at her year with Seeing Your Scene! How was 2014 for you? It was good. Let me see. We toured with Against Me! and Tim Kasher. I don’t even know what else we did. It was good though. I got my masters. Oh yeah, what was that in? Art history. It’s […]

Looking back at 2014… with Corporate Hearts

Philadelphia acoustic punks Corporate Hearts answer our end of year questions! How was 2014 for you? Zack: Awesome and hectic. We put out an EP in January called Deathwishers and a full-length in December called The Shreds, both of which were a HUGE pain in the rectum to make but we’re really proud of. We signed […]