The Northern Soul Podcast: Steal the City
It’s April which means just one thing – Spring has finally sprung. Well, sort of. The nights are getting lighter, the daffodils are popping up and the mood is getting sunnier. And why wouldn’t you be happy when the new month brings with it another brilliant Northern Soul Podcast?
Presenter and Producer Lucy McNamara is back with another ear-pleasing episode which sees her chatting to Steal the City. Sheffield melodic punks, Steal The City burst into 2018 with their new single So, The Thing Is, recorded at Dalston’s Blue Studios. In addition, Lucy’s brilliant playlist consists of, among others, John Martyn, Eleanor Friedberger, Michael Kiwanuka and Lucy Rose.
The Northern Soul podcast is a PRS-licensed podcast which showcases new music as well as playing well-known and well-loved tracks. It features bands from the North of England as well as those visiting this part of the world. If you would like your music to be considered for the Northern Soul Podcast, please contact Lucy McNamara on twitter @Lucy_McNamara or on Instagram @radiolucymac.
To listen to series one and series two of Lucy’s Northern Soul Podcast, click here.
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