Press

‘Couldn’t Ask For More’ premiered on FAME Magazine. ‘Eyesore’ premiered on GigSlutz. ‘New Feelings’ premiered on XS Noize.

Our music has been featured by:

Amazing Radio, Tom Robinson’s Fresh on the Net (Fresh Fave!), Press Party, Indie Buddie, Vents Magazine (and interview), Emerging North, Flipping the Record, Gigride, The Blog That Celebrates Itself, The Shoegaze Blog, When The Sun Hits, The Crack Magazine, System Failure, Mix It All Up, Zone Nights, Organ Zine, Soundchips, Birch Street Radio, Salford City Radio, Hoxton Radio, 6Towns Radio, Roundsound Radio, Gigsoup, Fresh Beats 365, Ridge Radio, Top 50 of 2017 on Music is my Radar, Near Perfect Pitch Podcast, SINE FM, FAB FM, Y-Not Radio (Britspotting),North Highland Radio, Radio Woking, KB Radio, Eat This Music, Cambridge 105 FM, The Reverb on IO Radio, Spark Sunderland FM, DKFM Shoegaze Radio, Uni of Cork Radio, Coastal Beats Media, Our Culture Mag, Sound of Northern Ireland Radio Show (as an emerging artist), Freakscene Radio Show, Banks Radio Australia, The Basement Tapes with Nick & Bootsy, Joyzine Radio Show, ‘To Be Ruined’ named as record of the week on The Untapped Project, Wolfman Radio and featured on a Wolf in a Suit indie playlist

“Brilliant uplifting, refreshingly good” Organ Zine
“Wouldn’t sound out of place in a The National album” Independent UK Music Blog
“Spectacular vocal melodies” The Pentatonic
“Somewhere between indie and post-rock” Musically Fresh
“Surprising tones and soothing melodies” Retrograde Inversion
“Worth spending time getting to know” Emerging Indie Bands
“Mixes the bleak noir of the post-punk aesthetic with the expansive atmosphere of post-rock” Rebel Noise
“‘To Be Ruined’ is a beautiful track that combines a gorgeous melody with intertwining male and female vocals.” Song of the Day on WeeClaire.com
“Ranks among the best and most unique bands the indie scene has to offer” The Soundshark
“Combining the melancholic and forlorn with the quietly optimistic” After Dark
“If Useless Cities write more songs with this captivating depth, they will be ones to look out for in the future” The Indie-Pendent”
“Lulls you into a false sense of security before the sound drowns you in a wave of epic proportions…have to give this a 9 out of 10” Unarmed Bandit
“It feels like the collective sound is melting through the speakers” Gary Cunningham Reviews
“Top quality songwriting and beautiful playing” IMO Blog
“Emotional charged melodies” Music Is My Radar
“The eeriness of the sound is suppressed by the flowery guitar tenors with sprinkles of piano notes” Give It Back Magazine
“I think they have great potential in the underground scene” Into the Groove

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