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Jehnny Beth Shares “Flower” Video and Announces Erotic Short Story and Photo Book

To Love Is to Live Due Out May 8 via Caroline; C.A.L.M. Due Out June 11 via White Rabbit

Feb 14, 2020

Jehnny Beth, frontperson for British four-piece Savages, is releasing her debut solo album, To Love Is to Live, on May 8 via Caroline. Now she has shared a video for the previously shared single "Flower." She has also announced a new erotic short story collection and photo book, C.A.L.M. (which stands for Crimes Against Love Manifesto). More

Dec 03, 2019

Last month Jehnny Beth, frontperson for British four-piece Savages, shared a new unrelenting solo song, "I'm the Man," from the soundtrack of the Netflix/BBC show Peaky Blinders. Now she has shared a video for the song featuring a spoken word piece read by the star of Peaky Blinders, Cillian Murphy. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Jessie Ware, The Homesick, Best Coast, and More

Plus Yorkston/Thorne/Khan, Graham Coxon, Jehnny Beth, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Nov 08, 2019

Welcome to another Songs of the Week. The last three weeks we could only come up with a Top 8, instead of our customary Top 10, but this week's choices were surprisingly much stronger once we did some deeper digging. More

Jehnny Beth of Savages Shares New Solo Song “I’m the Man” for “Peaky Blinders”

Peaky Blinders Original Soundtrack Due Out November 15 via Universal

Nov 08, 2019

Jehnny Beth, frontperson for British four-piece Savages, has shared a new unrelenting solo song, "I'm the Man." It's been done for the soundtrack of the Netflix/BBC show Peaky Blinders. More

Watch The xx Perform With Florence Welch, Savages’ Jehnny Beth, Cat Power, and Robyn

Collaborations All Happened at This Week's "Night + Day" Concert Residency in London

Mar 16, 2017

The xx released a new albumI See You, back in January via Young Turks. This week they've been performing a series of shows in a residency at London's Brixton Academy they were calling "Night + Day" and have been bringing out some cool special guests each night.  More

Under the Radar Announces Best of 2016 / 15th Anniversary Issue with The Flaming Lips on the Cover

Issue 59 Also Includes Interviews with The Avalanches, Death Cab for Cutie, The Divine Comedy, Rose Elinor Dougall, Foxygen, Jagwar Ma, Jim Jarmusch, Jens Lekman, Mogwai, My Morning Jacket, The Radio Dept., R.E.M., Savages, Weyes Blood, and Much More

Dec 30, 2016

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of our joint Best of 2016 / 15th Anniversary Issue, which is out now digitally via Under the Radar's app and the magazine app Readly. The print version is about to ship out to subscribers and stores and will be on all newsstands soon (as well as available soon digitally via the magazine apps Zinio and Readbug). The issue celebrates the best albums of 2016, reflects on Under the Radar's 15th anniversary and albums released in 2001, looks forward to albums due out in early 2017, and features The Flaming Lips on the cover. There's also a big article examining how the music industry has changed in the last 15 years and in our Artist Survey section various musicians comment on the music and events of 2016. More

Dec 09, 2016

Danish electronic producer Trentemøller (aka Anders Trentemøller) released his new album, Fixion, back in September via In My Room. Now he was shared a new video for "Complicated," a song that features the lead vocals of Jehnny Beth, singer for British four-piece SavagesMore

Aug 04, 2016

Since 1992 the Mercury Prize has been awarded to the best British album of the year, meaning an album created by a citizen of the U.K. and Ireland. It's become one of the biggest honors a British musician can receive and can also boost an album's sales in the U.K., especially if it wins. Now this year's nominees have been announced. More

Mar 30, 2016

British four-piece Savages released their sophomore album, Adore Life, back in January via Matador. Last night they stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and performed "Adore" from the album.  More

Jan 21, 2016

British four-piece Savages are releasing their sophomore album, Adore Life, tomorrow (January 22) via Matador. Last night they stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live and performed two songs from the record: "The Answer" and "Adore." They performed in front of a bank of flashing strobe lights. Watch the videos below. More

Sasquatch! 2016 Line-up: The Cure, M83, Florence and the Machine, Sufjan Stevens, and More

Grimes, Wolf Alice, Julia Holter, and others on Memorial Day Weekend (May 27 - 30) in Quincy, Washington

Jan 12, 2016

The Sasquatch! Music Festival has revealed the lineup for their 2016 festival, their 15th year. Once again it will be going down Memorial Day Weekend (May 27 - 30) at the Gorge Amphitheater in Quincy, Washington. It's a stacked lineup, including The Cure, M83, Sufjan Stevens, Grimes, Florence and the Machine, Wolf Alice, Julia Holter, Jamie xx, Caribou, Yeasayer, Savages, Kurt Vile, Mac DeMarco, and others.

Watch: Savages - “Adore” Video

Adore Life Due Out January 22 via Matador

Jan 06, 2016

British four-piece Savages are releasing their sophomore album, Adore Life, on January 22 via Matador. Previously the band had shared a video for "The Answer" and the audio of the unrelenting "T.I.W.Y.G." Now the band has shared another song from the record, the ballad of sorts "Adore" via its video. More

Coachella 2016 Announces Line-up Featuring LCD Soundsystem, Guns N’ Roses, Lush, CHVRCHES, and More

Plus M83, Wolf Alice, Beach House, Grimes, Sufjan Stevens, Foals, Deerhunter, Bat For Lashes, and Others

Jan 04, 2016

Coachella has announced the line-up for their 2016 festival, which goes down in Indio, California over two weekends in April (with the same bill each weekend). Friday and Saturday are headlined by two newly reformed bands, LCD Soundsystem and Guns N' Roses (featuring the reunion of Axl Rose and Slash). Calvin Harris headlines Sunday night. More

Eagles of Death Metal Share Covers by Florence and the Machine, My Morning Jacket, Savages, and more

Bands Cover "I Love You All the Time" For Victims of Paris Terror Attacks

Dec 18, 2015

Eagles of Death Metal recently asked for other bands to cover their song "I Love You All the Time," with proceeds going to victims of the Paris terror attacks via the Sweet Stuff Foundation's "Play It Forward" campaign. Now the band has shared covers of the song by Florence and the Machine(feat. The Maccabees), My Morning JacketSavagesKings of LeonJimmy Eat WorldEd Harcourt, and others. More

Listen: Savages - “T.I.W.Y.G.”

Adore Life Due Out January 22, 2016 via Matador

Nov 17, 2015

British four-piece Savages are releasing their new album, Adore Life, on January 22 via Matador. Previously the band had shared a video for "The Answer." Now the band has shared another song from the record, the unrelenting "T.I.W.Y.G.," in which singer Jehnny Beth repeatedly warns: "This is what you get when you mess with love." Listen below. More

Savages Announce World Tour Dates

Adore Life Due Out January 22, 2016 via Matador

Oct 28, 2015

British four-piece Savages are releasing their sophomore album, Adore Life, on January 22 via Matador. Savages have now announced a slew of tour dates for 2016 that include shows in Europe and the U.S. Check them out below, followed again by the video for "The Answer." More

Oct 21, 2015

British four-piece Savages have long been teasing their sophomore album and today they have finally announced it and have shared a video for its first single. Adore Life is due out January 22 via Matador. Below is the video for "The Answer." More

Sep 22, 2015

England's Tindersticks have announced a new album and shared its first song and video. The Waiting Room isn't due out until January 22 on City Slang, but they have shared the first single for it, "We Are Dreamers!," which features guest vocals from Jehnny Beth of Savages. More

Check Out Photos From Day One of FYF Fest

Last Weekend in Los Angeles, CA

Aug 27, 2015

Last weekend Los Angeles hosted FYF Festival. Check out Robert Redfield’s gallery of day one, featuring images of AlvvaysBloc PartyChet FakerDinosaur JrGoldroomMikal Cronin,MetzPurity RingSavagesTennis, and The Drums More

Aug 19, 2015

British four-piece Savages having been working their sophomore album, the follow-up to 2013's acclaimed debut album, Silence Yourself (not counting 2014's Words to the Blind, their collaborative album with Bo Ningen).  More

Jun 17, 2015

British four-piece Savages are currently finishing up their sophomore album, the follow-up to 2013's acclaimed debut album, Silence Yourself (not counting 2014's Words to the Blind, their collaborative album with Bo Ningen). The band are currently mixing the album in Copenhagen with Danish electronic producer Trentemøller. While we wait for that album to be finished and released the band have just announced some new West Coast tour dates. More

Mar 13, 2015

Back in January UK punk outfit Savages played a series of shows in New York where they delivered a mix of new material. More

May 06, 2014

Today female punk outfit Savages have released a brand new 12'' single “Fuckers” b/w "Dream Baby." More

Apr 17, 2014

Savages’ new offering, a single called “Fuckers"/"Dream Baby Dream,” will be released in North America on May 6 on Matador. More

Savages Announce “Fuckers/Dream Baby Dream”

Due Out May 6 on Matador/Pop Noire

Mar 28, 2014

As previously announcedSavages are releasing a release to mark the one year anniversary of their debut album Silence YourselfMore

Savages Plot a New EP

Due Out Later This Year

Feb 13, 2014

As revealed by frontwoman Jehnny Beth during an interview on Australia’s Triple J RadioSavages will release a new EP later this year.  More

Watch: Savages - “Strife” Video

The Anti Version of From Here to Eternity

Jan 17, 2014

Female punk rockers Savages have never been about being playful, and the trend certainly hasn't stopped with the newly premiered music video for their Silence Yourself single, "Strife." More

Watch: Savages - “Marshal Dear” Video

Slaughterhouse Five Rewind

Oct 29, 2013

Female punk ensemble Savages have premiered a stark new music video for their Silence Yourself closer "Marshal Dear." More

Sep 26, 2013

Savages get up close and personal with nature in the video for Silence Yourself track, "Husbands." More

2013 Mercury Prize Shortlist Revealed

Include David Bowie, Savages, Arctic Monkeys, Laura Marling and More

Sep 11, 2013

The shortlist of nominees for the 2013 Barclaycard Mercury Prize have been announced. More

Watch: Savages - “I Am Here” Video

Using Alvin Lucier's "I Am Sitting in a Room" Technique

Sep 04, 2013

Filming the music video for their Silence Yourself track "I Am Here," female punk ensemble Savages decided to get a bit experimental, looking to composer Alvin Lucier for inspiration. More

Savages Announce U.S. Fall Tour

Supporting Silence Yourself

Jun 18, 2013

Female rockers Savages have announced plans for a new run of U.S. performances this fall. More

Watch: Savages on “Fallon”

Perform "She Will" and "City's Full"

Jun 05, 2013

Last night UK Savages made their U.S. network debut on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. More

Apr 29, 2013

London's all-female post-punk revivalists Savages seem all but guaranteed for breakout status this year. More

Apr 18, 2013

London-based punk rockers Savages have let loose a new music video featuring "Shut Up," a track taken off the band's forthcoming debut full-length Silence YourselfMore

Mar 20, 2013

Following a name-making single and live EP the UK's all-female post-punk foursome Savage have announced the arrival of their debut record, Silence Yourself, which will see release on May 7 on Matador. More



The Beauty of the Ride

Feb 24, 2017

Savages' astounding 2013 debut album, Silence Yourself, began with a quote nicked from the John Cassavetes' 1977 film Opening Night, in which Gena Rowlands' character, the protagonist Myrtle Gordon, stares down the barrel of her professional life, opining despondently into the mirror as an actress in her 40s, "How old are you, really?" More


A Fitful Forge

Oct 08, 2013

Kicking off their debut album Silence Yourself with a snippet of Gena Rowlands' dialogue from John Cassavetes' Opening NightSavages effectively lay down the gauntlet for the listener, foreshadowing what's in store—an uncompromising band making challenging, thoroughly engaging music that demands your full attention. More


Adore Life

Adore Life


Jan 15, 2016

When Savages broke through in 2013, the world was not as impressed as it should have been. Live, the snarling all-female quartet were armed to the teeth with slaughtering throbs that sounded like a release of rabid bats inside the ear canals. More

Savages at Baby’s All Right, New York, New York

January 29th, 2015

Jan 31, 2015

Savages concert is confrontational in a way that's impossible to distance yourself from.  More

Silence Yourself

Silence Yourself


May 03, 2013

They may be the latest British buzz band, but Savages sure don't sound like one. Rather than mining their home country's rich rock heritage, the current darlings of the U.K.'s indie press pull their energy from the seething, sex-charged sonics of acts like The Birthday Party and Suicide.  More

Coachella Day 2 Recap: Bat For Lashes, Hot Chip, The Postal Service, Phoenix, and More

April 20th, 2013

Apr 21, 2013


And now on to talking about the music. Specifically GuardsSavagesBat For LashesMajor Lazer Hot ChipThe Postal ServiceThe xx, and Phoenix.


SXSW 2013 Thursday and Friday Recap – Sharon Jones, TOY, Savages, Youth Lagoon, Telekinesis, etc.

Mar 25, 2013

Having survived the first two nights of SXSW and Under the Radar's first two days parties, despite a crying newborn back in our hotel room, I ventured out into the Austin night yet again. Here is a recap of what I saw Thursday and Friday night of SXSW 2013, including sets by TOY, Charles Bradley, Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings, Telekinesis, Akron/Family's Cy Dune with 30 drummers, Savages, Youth Lagoon, and more. More

SXSW Day Four: Caitlin Rose, Savages, and Youth Lagoon

March 15th, 2013

Mar 23, 2013

Friday night at SXSW felt uncharacteristically quiet. Where did all the smaller enticing showcases go? Why weren’t we forced to agonize over our schedule? Was everyone really at Green Day and Depeche Mode? (The first which I haven’t appreciated since I was seventeen, the second which I didn’t win tickets to.) Content to keep it to a single showcase, I spent the evening watching Caitlin RoseSavages, and Youth Lagoon.