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Listen: Syd Arthur - “Sun Rays”

Apricity Due Out October 21 via Harvest

Jul 01, 2016

British psych rockers Syd Arthur are releasing their new album, Apricity, via Harvest on October 21. That’s a long way off, but the band have already shared another song from the record, “Sun Rays.” Apricity is the follow-up to 2014’s Sound Mirror. More

Under the Radar Announces the June/July Issue Featuring Future Islands on the Cover

Also featuring interviews with Slowdive, Slow Club, First Aid Kit, Lykke Li, James McAvoy, The Horrors, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, The War on Drugs vs. Sharon Van Etten, and More

May 23, 2014

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of the June/July issue, which is on newsstands now. It features Future Islands on the cover as well as interviews with Slow Club, Lykke Li, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, The Horrors, Slowdive, The War on Drugs vs. Sharon Van Etten, First Aid Kit, James McAvoy, John Slattery, tUnE-yArDs, and more. More


2014 Artist Survey: Syd Arthur

Raven Bush on 2014's Best Albums, U2's Free Album, and the Question He's Tired of Answering

Jan 27, 2015

For Under the Radar’s 12th annual Artist Survey we emailed some of our favorite artists a few questions relating to 2014. We asked them about their favorite albums of the year and their thoughts on various notable 2014 news stories involving either the music industry or world events, as well as some quirkier personal questions. More

Syd Arthur

Tall Tales of Canterbury

Aug 27, 2014

Here’s the first thing you need to know about Syd Arthur: It’s the name of a band, not an individual. More

May 21, 2014

Syd Arthur is a South by Southwest success story. The four-piece British band—no, it’s not the name of an individual—raised money to attend last year’s annual music industry festival in Austin, Texas. More


Sep 15, 2014

On first glance, Syd Arthur is a band aware of its own potential. Sound Mirror harkens back to ‘70s progressive rock as much as it glances toward modern folk revivalism. More