Human Interest release their debut studio EP, Empathy Lives in Outer Space

“London-based band Human Interest have unveiled their debut studio EP, Empathy Lives in Outer Space, alongside the focus single, “Slackers Paradise”. “Slackers Paradise” is revealed as one of two previously unreleased tracks on Empathy Lives in Outer Space, following on from lead single, “All My Friends”, EP teaser, “Grounded”, as well as previous releases “Step On” and “Mixing Paint”. Speaking of […]

Belfast’s Chalk announce signing to Nice Swan Records & share raucous new track ‘The Gate’ (video here), out today (November 22nd)

“A relentlessly visceral group of rhythmically-minded industrial punks” DIY Magazine     “The love of the dance scene meets the love of raw darkly atmospheric noise… Gothic sounding guitars duel with the sensory overload of a techno club” Steve Lamacq, BBC 6 Music  “A band that are filled with TNT…a suckerpunch of a blow to the chest…such an […]

The Rills return with end of year anthem ‘Bones’…. with big news on the horizon

“The Rills are dead! Long live The Rills” proclaims frontman Mitch Spencer about their new single ‘Bones’, set for an eerily well-timed Halloween release. “Everything that we were had to die. We were more like influencers than artists for a time. We blew up online so quickly that it seemed natural to be these characters, but we were never quite […]

Tribute to Mark Edwards: Integral Member of Nice Swan Family

We’d like to pay tribute to our beloved Mark Edwards, who sadly passed away on Friday. Aside from being an incredible pillar of his local North West community managing and caring for the most vulnerable, he was also a huge supporter of the Nice Swan family and contributed so much to the label that many […]

Opus Kink release ‘My Eyes, Brother!’ EP – out today (May 19th) via Nice Swan Records London headliner at Village Underground on May 23rd

“Horn-fuelled filth-funk, where punk & jazz combine in grimy circumstances” NME  “A frenetic groove-filled glimpse of what’s to come” DIY  “One of the UK’s most exciting new bands” Clash “Always at the peril of derailing but somehow still in control – the adrenaline rush that comes from both situations is addictive” Dork Brighton risers Opus […]