Don’t miss out on Heavenly artists during festival season. We can’t wait.

Stealing Sheep

Amber Arcades

May 19thBrighton Great Escape
June 4thLunar Festival, Tamworth In Arden
July 22ndSecret Garden Party, Abbots Ripton
July 23rdDeer Shed Festival, Topcliffe
July 30thPort Eliot Festival, St Germans
August 21stGreen Man Festival, Brecon Beacons
August 26/27Amsterdam Woods Festival, Amsterdam
September 2/3/4End Of The Road Festival, Larmer Tree Garden
September 12thOn Blackheath, London



May 1st Sounds From The Other City, Manchester
May 12th/14th Focus Wales, Wrexham
May 26th How The Light Gets In, Hay on Wye
June 3rd Festival of Voice, Cardiff
June 24th Glastonbury, Somerset
July 16th Larmer Tree Festival, Doreset
July 22nd Deer Shed Festival, Asenby
July 23rd Tramlines, Sheffield
July 24th Bluedot Festival, Macclesfield
July 30th Port Eliot, St Germans
Aug 6th Caught by the River Thames, London
Sept 2nd Festival No.6, Wales



June 18th/19th Paris International Festival of Psychedelia, France
August 7th Caught by the River Thames Festival

The Wytches

The Wytches

May 30th This Must Be The Place, Leeds
September 8th Bestival, Isle of Wight
September 9th Strange Waves, Manchester

Hooton Tennis Club

Hooton Tennis Club

May 1st Festival FestEvol, Liverpool / Sounds From The Other City, Manchester
July 28th/29thKendal Calling, Penrith

King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard

King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard

18th/19th AugustGreen Man, Brecon Beacons
2nd/4th SeptemberEnd of the Road Festival, Dorset
9th SeptemberStrange Waves, Manchester

Stealing Sheep

Stealing Sheep

May 26thHow The Light Get’s In, Hereford
3rd/4th JuneLunar Festival, Tanworth
21st/23rd JulySecret Garden Party, Mill Hill Field
22nd JulyBluedot Festival, Macclesfield
6th AugustCaught by the River Thames, London

Night Beats


May 20thBrighton Great Escape, Brighton
May 21stGoldsounds Festival, Leeds
June 18th/19thParis International Festival of Psychedelia, France
June 21st/23tdGlastonbury Festival, Somerset
September 2nd/4thFestival No.6, Wales
September 12thOn Blackheath

The Parrots

The  Parrots SXSW

29th April Blackout, London
May 20thBrighton Great Escape, Brighton
August 26th/27thSeachange Festival, Totnes


H Hawkline

May 12thFocus Wales



August 26th/27thSeachange Festival, Totnes

Duke Garwood

April 30thBrighton Festival, Brighton Dome



May 27th WIP, France
June 3rd/5thPaloma, France

M Craft

M Craft

July 30th Port Eliot, St Germans

Check back as more dates will get added for sure.

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FIRST LISTEN: NPR Music premiere the new King Gizzard album.

King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard

“King Gizzard’s latest, Nonagon Infinity, is not only the band’s most explosively ambitious work; it’s also a thoroughly realized journey, embedded in a frenzied barrage of riff-heavy head-bangers.”

NPR Music are premiering the full album from King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard titled ‘Nonagon Infinity.’ Out next Friday 29th April, here’s what NPR have to say about the process of making the record:

Considering the album’s meticulous construction, it’s no surprise that guitarist and lead singer Stu Mackenzie and the rest of the group — Joe Walker (guitar, vocals), Eric Moore (drums), Ambrose Kenny-Smith (harmonica, vocals), Lucas Skinner (bass), Cook Craig (guitar) and Michael Cavanagh (drums) — had been dreaming this up for a few years, jamming out ideas on stage before diving into recording at Brooklyn’s famed Daptone Studios. While King Gizzard has yet to perform the Nonagon Infinity suite in full in concert, this music will no doubt stretch and warp over the course of a tour.


Heavenly have the only black heavy weight vinyl edition of the album available to purchase.


After recent diversions into cool jazz and acoustica, the eighth album finally trowels on their speciality — the pulsating, Super Furry Animals-style psychedelia of 2014’s ‘Head On/Pill’, extended over a whole album…It’s seemless, silly, but seriously good.” — ★★★★ Q Magazine

The band are back in the UK in the summer for a slew of festival appearances at Green Man Festival & End Of The Road Festival. The band also have a short run of headline shows, including their biggest London show to date at the Electric in Brixton.


18/21st August, Greenman Festival, Brecon Beacons
02/03 September, End of the Road Festival, Dorset
06 September, Concorde 2, Brighton
08 September, Electric Brixton, London
09 September, Strange Waves Festival, Manchester


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Amber Arcades premiere their album title track ‘Fading Lines’

Amber Arcades

Ahead of the release of the debut album ‘Fading Lines’ Loud & Quiet Magazine are premiering the title track from Amber Arcades.

“Loads of bands we write about have day-jobs in order make their night-time lives as musicians work, but Amber Arcades has one of the most interesting. At home in The Netherlands Annelotte de Graaf works as a legal aide on UN war crime tribunals during the week. Her most recent cases have seen her working in human rights law helping people leaving Syria.

The story goes that after writing a bunch of songs she saved up and all her savings on flying to New York to record her debut LP with The Men’s Ben Greenberg after researching that he’d worked on a bunch of her favourite albums. A couple of guys from Quilt and Real Estate formed a band to help record it.
The result is ‘Fading Lines’ which comes out on Heavenly on 3 June, and below you can listen to the title track.”


Following three dates supporting Nada Surf, Amber Arcades have announced a series of headline shows around the release of the album. ‘Fading Lines’ is out on June 3rd and we’re delighted that the band are also doing a series of European shows in the summer too.


FRI 3 JUNESUN 5 JUNE Lunar Festival 2016Warwick, UK
TUE 7 JUNE — The Lexington London, UK
WED 8 JUNE- L’Espace BParis, France
SAT 11 JUNE- Auster-clubBerlin, Germany
THU 21 JULYSUN 24 JULY, Secret Garden Party 2016Huntingdon, UK
FRI 22 JULYSUN 24 JULY, Deer Shed Festival 2016Thirsk, UK
THU 18 AUGUSTSUN 21 AUGUST, Green Man Festival 2016Brecon Beacons, UK
FRI 2 SEPTEMBERSUN 4 SEPTEMBER, End of the Road Festival 2016Salisbury, UK
SAT 10 SEPTEMBERSUN 11 SEPTEMBER, OnBlackheath 2016London, UK

Pre-order the LP/CD from our emporium.
Pre-order the album on Itunes.


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Heavenly & Friends at Sounds from the Other City Festival

Sounds From The Other City

We’re excited to be hosting a Heavenly & Friends stage as part of Sounds From The Other City 2016. It’s less than a month away, taking place on Sunday 1st May, Salford.

Sounds From the Other City festival (SFTOC) is a celebration of new music and performance, uniting the cream of the national and international scene with some of the city’s finest independent promoters, collectives and club nights. Happening regularly on the May Day Bank Holiday each year along the Chapel St corridor of the historic city of Salford, 2016 will be the festivals 12th instalment.

Taking place in various venues across Chapel Street, our stage will be at the First Chop Brewing Arm and we aim to get you dancing into bank holiday Monday.

Headlining the event on Sunday May 1st, is our latest signing The Parrots, fresh from tearing up SXSW, these boys will bring the party. Listen to the bands new single and first for Heavenly ‘Let’s Do It Again’ here.

The three piece will be joined by Hooton Tennis Club, Sugarmen Man & The Echo & Britain. Gwenno will be doing a DJ set and the Heavenly Jukebox will be playing records too.

Gwenno is also performing a full band set at Manchester’s St Philips Church as part of the festival.

Check out Sound From The Other City’s website for the full festival line-up & details here.

And, check our Facebook event for details of our stage here.

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The Parrots sign to Heavenly & announce their brand new single ‘Let’s Do It Again’

The  Parrots SXSW

Following a fantastic trip to SXSW, we’re delighted to announce that Heavenly have signed Madrid three piece, The Parrots. The band have a brand new single titled ‘Let’s Do It Again’ which you can listen to here:

The band recorded the single at Paco Loco Studios in El Puerto de Santa María (Cádiz), an oasis near the beach in the south of Spain. The track was engineered and co-produced by Paco Loco (Hinds) and mixed by Mikey Young (Eddy Current Suppression Ring / Total Control).

Let’s Do It Again’, mixes the rolling reminiscence of the twisted garage-psych found in yé-yé era Spain with The Parrots’ truly contemporary approach to songwriting; hauled into the modern age Diego Garcia’s raw and impassioned vocal.

We are delighted to have the band on the label, here’s a cheeky snap of the signing at The Sahara Lounge, Austin, Texas taken during our SXSW trip.

The Parrots - SXSW

Here’s what the group have to say about signing with Heavenly:

“Signing with Heavenly is very important to us, a big achievement which we will honour with great songs and incendiary shows.”

Captured instantly by the bands raucous live shows, we can’t wait for you guys to see the band live too. With a series of European shows coming up, don’t miss the band at the following places:

16th April — Planta Baja (Granada, Spain)
23rd April — Al-Andalus Festival (Pizarra, Spain)
29th April — Blackout @London Fields Brewery (London, UK)
1st May — Sounds from the Other City (Manchester, UK)
5th June — Happy Sundays (Madrid, Spain)
25th June — Sunride Festival (Pesaro, Italy)
8th July — Quintanilha Rock Festival (Quintanilha, Portugal)
16th July — SuperBock Festival (Lisbon, Portugal)
26th August — Sea Change Festvial (Totnes, UK)
11th September — On Blackheath (London, UK)


Check out the band on:


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M Craft signs to Heavenly releasing his third album ‘Blood Moon.’


For the release of his third album we’re excited to announce that M Craft has signed to Heavenly Recordings.

The new album titled ‘Blood Moon’ will be released on June 17th. Here you can listen to the title track:

Living in a cabin on the edge of the Mojave desert, M. CRAFT discovered that isolation loves a soundtrack. The record reflects M Craft’s time as a desert resident in the heart of the Joshua Tree area.

Without the usual urban chaos to disturb the natural order, the volume of the eco-system rose on everything within earshot, he says:

“The silence around Joshua Tree is otherworldly, deep, almost impossible,” he says. “But once immersed in this silence, you notice that it’s not really silence at all. Little flecks of sound, which would have gone unheard on a city street corner, become like splashes of neon. The rustle of wind in a smoke tree, the hoot of an owl, the beating wings of a passing crow, all become vivid, important. Musical.”

Blood Moon’ began life in a studio in nearby Los Angeles as a series of unstructured, experimental piano pieces.

“I’d long been planning a piano-based record and I found a recording studio in Echo Park with a hundred-year-old Mason and Hamlin concert grand piano.” says Craft. “I simply sat down and improvised, with no plans or direction. Over a few months of these sessions, I ended up with several hour-long pieces of piano music. Taking everything back to the desert, I started to carve shapes from these pieces and songs started to form.”

Blood Moon’ is constructed around those piano recordings with additional percussion & orchestration, forming instrumental explorations and properly pure songs.

It’s a record from and for the small hours.

For full album track listing & pre-orders.


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New Video Alert | Night Beats | Power Child

Night Beats 'Power Child.'

Night Beats have a new single ‘Power Child’ following the release of ‘No Cops’ and featuring on the bands latest album ‘Who Sold My Generation.’

DIY Magazine are premiering the new video directed by Riley Blakeway:

“Swathed in shadows, the psychier tendencies of the Seattle group suck what’s left of the limelight. Darting in and out of the darkness and busting out some of the best black-and-white boogying since Radiohead’s ‘Lotus Flower’ video, it’s a Riley Blakeway directed insight into the band’s warped minds backed by a swaggering, sweaty cut of their ballsy Southern rock.”


We’re really excited to announce that the trio are also returning to the UK in May for a series of headline shows. The band will play their biggest London show to date at the Scala on May 17th.


16 Oxford, Bullingdon Arms
17 London, Scala
18 Southampton, 1865
21 Leeds, Gold Sound Festival
22 Edinburgh, Electric Circus
23 Newcastle, Academy 2
24 Sheffield, Leadmill
25 Birmingham, Rainbow

The bands third album & first on Heavenly, ‘Who Sold My Generation’ was released earlier this year to great critical acclaim:

“Toxic neo-psych from Texas…Their third album pulsates in glorious obliviousness to all interim ‘developments’ in rock.” – Q Magazine ★★★★

“Who Sold My Generation is bathed in a warm fuzz perfected in 1966 yet fizzes with a 21st century attitude too.” — MOJO ★★★★

“Night Beats deliver a confident third album that, from the opener, ‘Celebration #1’ enfolds the listener in a potent ambience.” – Shindig ★★★★

“Seattle-based garage-psych berserkers take it to the 99th floor on an album that positions them alongside Ty Segall and Thee Oh Sees as cutting edge garage rock innovators.” – Louder Than War 9/10

“Anything goes for Night Beats, and their new LP sees them opening new doors” DIY ★★★★



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Heavenly & Friends stage returns to On Blackheath with headliners Saint Etienne

Heavenly & Friends at On Blackheath

This summer we’re delighted to be returning to On Blackheath to host our Heavenly & Friends stage for the third year. Taking place on Sunday 11th September we can unveil this years stellar line-up.

Celebrating Heavenly’s magical past and exciting present, this years line-up showcases the very best of Heavenly Recordings love for music.

To headline the festival, we have the mighty Saint Etienne, who will play a career spanning set, celebrating 25 years of their classic LP ‘Fox Base Alpha’.

Joining Saint Etienne is the legendary Edwyn Collins & Heavenly’s newest signings Night Beats, Amber Arcades & The Parrots.

Plus, there will be the Heavenly Jukebox playing records throughout the day too.

Label founder Jeff Barrett shares his excitement about this summers bill:

“It’s great to be back at OnBlackheath Festival which we’ve been delighted to be part of since it began. In September it’ll be 25 years since we released Saint Etienne’s first album — Foxbase Alpha — so it’s great to be celebrating this anniversary at the Festival with them. We’ve got a killer lineup, showcasing the best of Heavenly; from our beginnings to where we are now.”

Tickets for the festival are available on the website with a discount for residents in the area.


Also on the Sunday, the main stage at the festival features sets from Squeeze, Soak & headliners Belle & Sebastian. We can’t wait to return to the picturesque setting and have a wonderful day of great music.


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New Video Alert | Palehound | Molly

Palehound - Molly

Palehound have a great new video for the single ‘Molly’ which premiered over at Stereogum:

This is your brain on drugs! The video for Palehound’s “Molly” — off Ellen Kempner’s excellent Dry Food debut LP from last year — takes that age-old scare tactic and infamous PSA quite literally. It stars a cute little dude named EggGuy that gets fried up and served on a sandwich. After being eaten, he has some weird hallucinogenic effects on the consumer, which mostly involve deep thoughts about the circle of life and a lot of freaky moving images. Sounds like any trip ever! “EggGuy was concocted during a late morning brunch mishap,” co-directors Laura Jean Gallagher and Brian Kinkley explain. “We wanted to explore the frailty of life, what it means to have consciousness, and how much we could care about a pair of eyeballs. ‘Molly’ has just the right amount of weird sweetness to make this all seem really fun.”


Molly is the first single from the bands debut album ‘Dry Food’ which came out via Heavenly Recoridings today.

“These songs are full of heart and soul“
Record Collector Magazine ★★★★

“Dry Food confronts the point it’s been evading: kidding yourself is no way to recover, and comfort offers little impetus to move on. Palehound’s discomfiting, unflinching debut suggests she knew it all along.“
Pitchfork 8/10

“Opener ‘Molly’s wiry, abrasive riffs sound like they’re being played by St Vincent herself, while ‘Cinnamon’ is a noodle jazz-like take on Mac DeMarco’s woozy sound.“
London In Stereo , Record of the Month

“antsy and ambivalently sexy…“
Rolling Stone

The beauty is in the uncertainty, when you have to wait and see what comes of the chaos. You don’t have to tie the ends. On Dry Food Kempner lets the narrative unravel. This is music for those in the thick of it.
- Stereogum


Palehound on Marc Riley

Palehound played tracks from the album live in session for Marc Riley on BBC 6 Music earlier this week. You can listen to the session here.


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Amber Arcades premiere a new video for ‘Right Now’ & announce album details

Amber Arcades Video

We’re excited to announce that Amber Arcades will be releasing her debut album titled ‘Fading Lines’ on June 3rd. Amber Arcades is the moniker of Dutch musician Annelotte de Graaf, and we’re excited to unveil the new video for the lead single ‘Right Now.’

Directed by Jeroen van der Poel & Anna de Rijk, Annelotte talks us through the videos dreamlike concept:

“‘When we first got to listen to Amber Arcades’ ‘Right Now’ we instantly got the emerging feeling of a dream state; a surrealistic feeling which lacks any straightforward narrative. The cool thing about working with children at this young age (5 and 7) is that they will sabotage any trial to a narrative approach. Their fantasy and energy was a perfect match with our feelings towards the track’.”


Released as a digital single on March 18th, the album ‘Fading Lines’ will follow on June 3rd. The album was recorded at Strange Weather Studio in New York with producer Ben Greenberg(The Men, Beach Fossils, Destruction Unit) and features the previously streamed track ‘Turning Light.’ ‘Fading Lines’ was inspired by time, continuity, coincidence and magic.


Amber Arcades

Amber Arcades are currently supporting Palehound on their UK headline tour as well as opening PIAS Nites in Brussels tomorrow night. The band have also announced a series of summer festival appearances as well as their first London headline show at The Lexington.


Thu 03-Mar-16 United Kingdom London The Shacklewell Arms (sup. Palehound)
Sun 06-Mar-16 United Kingdom Leeds Headrow House (sup. Palehound)
United Kingdom Brighton Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar (sup. Palehound)
Fri 11-Mar-16 Netherlands Amsterdam Paradiso — London Calling
Sat 12-Mar-16 United Kingdom London Moth Club (sup. Gwenno)
Wed 30-Mar-16 Belgium Brussels Cafe Bonnefooi
Sat 09-Apr-16 United Kingdom Manchester Gorilla (sup. Nada Surf)
Sun 10-Apr-16 United Kingdom Glasgow King Tuts Wah Wah Hut (sup. Nada Surf)
Mon 11-Apr-16 United Kingdom London Electric Ballroom (sup. Nada Surf)
Sat 16-Apr-16 Netherlands Utrecht Tivoli De Helling — Record Store Day Afterparty
Thu 19-May-16 United Kingdom Brighton Latest Music Bar — The Great Escape
Thu 02-Jun-16 Netherlands Utrecht Ekko — Album Launch Party
Sat 04-Jun-16 United Kingdom Tamworth-in-Arden Lunar Festival
Tue 07-Jun-16 United Kingdom London The Lexington — Album Launch Party
Wed 08-Jun-16 France Paris L’espace B
Fri 10-Jun-16 Belgium Diksmuide 4ad
Sat 11-Jun-16 Berlin, Auster-Club
Fri 22-Jul-16 United Kingdom Abbots Ripton, Huntingdon Secret Garden Party
Sat 23-Jul-16 United Kingdom Thirsk, North Yorkshire Deer Shed Festival
Sun 21-Aug-16 United Kingdom Crickhowell, Powys Green Man Festival
Sat 27-Aug-16 Netherlands Amsterdam Amsterdam Woods Festival
Fri 02-Sep-16 United Kingdom Tollard Royal, Wiltshire End Of The Road Festival


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