2021 was a great year for Liverpool band, RATS. They were given the honour of becoming the first signing to new music promoters, This Feeling‘s new record label, This Feeling Records, launched in partnership with Warner Music’s ADA. They also played Isle of Wight Festival, supported DMA’s and released the popular catchy single, ‘Patsy Decline’.
Liverpool band, RATS’ fast-pace rise has resulted in desirable support slots for the likes of DMA’s and becoming the first signing to new music champions, This Feeling’s new record label. Now, with a new bassist and drummer joining during the lockdown, we’ve had the first taste of the band’s new era with the release of
Fast-rising Liverpool band, RATS have confirmed details of their debut single under This Feeling Records, with ‘Patsy Decline’ set for release on November 18th. Earlier this year, the popular four-piece were announced as the first signing from new music champions, This Feeling’s new label, launched in partnership with Warner Music Group and ADA Label Services. The new track was
Following the announcement that one of the driving forces behind promoting the best in new music, This Feeling had launched a record label, This Feeling Records have today confirmed their first signing. Fresh from their involvement in the ‘Alltogether Now’ charity single for Music Venue Trust, rising band, RATS are the first name to join
Scotts have teamed up with This Feeling and Modern Sky to bring together a host of the UK’s best up and coming musical talent to release a cover of The Farm‘s classic hit, “All Together Now”. All proceeds from the Artists United Collective track will go to the Music Venue Trust in support of the #SaveOurVenues campaign. The track