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Oceans Ate Alaska announce UK Headline dates
Birmingham’s own metalcore crew, Oceans Ate Alaska are hitting the UK this summer for an extensive tour! Following their well received album, Hikari, the band will head out on the road with supports from Shields and Kingdom of Giants. Full UK dates: June 21 London Boston Music Room 22 York Pile Up Festival 23 Glasgow […]
WOES announce Scottish dates
Pop punks WOES have announced they are returning for a tour in the homeland of Scotland. Following from the announcement of their dates in the rest of the UK, WOES are returning home for a run of dates, including some cities they’ve never played before as vocalist DJ explains: “We all grew up in Scotland […]
Home Wrecked are Nothing Like You!
Sheffield pop-punks Home Wrecked have revealed their new single Nothing Like You! The track is the second to be taken from forthcoming EP Try What You Want, Just Make Sure It Works (April 20. Primordial Records). The track also features guest vocals from Christina Rotondo. The band say; “‘Nothing Like you’ is a story told from two perspectives, Joe’s lyrics […]
Pillow Queens are Puppets
Pillow Queens have revealed their new single Puppets! The track is taken from their forthcoming EP State Of The State, set for release on Friday March 16! The band say of Puppets; “a song about the frustration of trying to succeed in post-recession Ireland, and the effect that has on mental health.” Check out the track below; Catch Pillow Queens […]
Black Peaks Can’t Sleep
Black Peaks are back with their brand new single Can’t Sleep! The track, the band’s first new material in 2 years, premiered on Radio 1 Rock Show as Daniel P. Carter’s Rockest Record and is out now on new label Rise Records! Vocalist Will Gardner explains; “The song was written in response to a very difficult […]
The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing reveal Baby Farmer lyric video
Victorian style punks, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing have dropped a lyric video for Baby Farmer from their new album Double Negative. The song actually takes inspiration from a historical serial killer, as explained by bassist Marc Burrows “This is the story of Amelia Dyer, a ‘baby farmer’. She would offer […]
The Wombats get their UK tour underway!
The Wombats are heading out on a UK tour this week in support of latest album Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life, released back in February! The run of dates sees the Liverpudlian trio headline the Alexandra Palace in London. A feat that tops their 2017 Brixton Academy show that sold out in less than 24 […]
Halestorm announce HUGE UK tour!
US hard rockers Halestorm are returning to the UK to play their biggest headline shows on our shores yet. The meteoric rise that Halestorm have been on since releasing their debut album in 2010 is nothing short of astonishing, especially when you consider they have only released two more full length releases in that time. […]
Haggard Cat reveal new single and announce UK tour!
Haggard Cat have revealed their new single Goldberg! The track is lifted from their forthcoming album Challenger (April 20. Earache Records). Vocalist/guitarist Matt Reynolds explains of the track; “’Goldberg’ is a very personal song to us. The lyrics deal with how touring and expectation cause deterioration of mental health and how our perception of ourselves on the […]
Edenthorn reveal new single and live dates
Durham alt-rockers Edenthorn have revealed their new single Mind Like A Minefield! The track is lifted from forthcoming album Exist (April 20). The band say of the track; “‘Mind Like A Minefield’ is influenced by the experiences that we’ve all had with anxiety and panic attacks, and generally stressing out and overthinking things. The idea of battling with yourself […]
The Spook School announce May UK tour!
The Spook School have revealed they will be going out on a run of UK dates in May, sandwiched between a bunch of festival appearances! Joining the band on the headline dates are Alcopop! Records label mates Peaness! The band say of the tour; “Touring North America was a wild experience. Meeting so many new people, playing […]