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2000trees Festival 2019 Reveals Even More Amazing Acts

Included in today’s announcement are As It Is, The Skints, Cancer Bats, Pulled Apart By Horses, and Vukovi who will be joining headliners Frank Turner, You Me At Six, and Deaf Havana at Upcote Farm in July. 2000trees Festival organiser and main man James Scarlett talking about this year’s festival said “I’m very proud of the Trees line up this year and I think the thing getting me most excited… Keep Reading

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2000Trees Festival 2019: Latest Line-Up Announcement

We have a big soft spot for 2000Trees. Who we kidding … we love 2000Trees … even before their latest awesome line up announcement? Plus the latest wave of bands includes the final main stage headliner. Joining Frank Turner on Thursday, You Me At Six on Friday will be Deaf Havana on the Saturday. Tom Ogden, Deaf Havana drummer explained why this festival will be extra special for him “Personally… Keep Reading

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LIVE: Enter Shikari, Manchester Academy

Enter Shikari’s The Stop The Clock Tour UK leg draws to the close. A tour that has been demanding even challenging in varying extents for the bands involved. Those that have followed the tour around the UK have experienced a variety of atmospheres, adventures and accidents along the way. Keep Reading

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Beartooth Released Live Video for Fire Ahead of UK Support Dates

Beartooth have released their Official Live Video for Fire, from their third studio album Disease. Fire, is a survivalist anthem, further examining frontman Caleb Shomo’s battle with his own demons and the shackles of depression – the track is currently is favourite track from Disease. Shomo explains how this song sonically marks the album’s extremities in one track, showing “The heavy stuff and the softer side. I think it offers… Keep Reading

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The Darkness and The Zutons to Headline Teddy Rocks Festival 2019

Teddy Rocks has announced their headline acts for 2019. The Darkness are Saturday’s headliners, while Sunday headliners are The Zutons. Teddy Rocks Festival started in the modest surroundings a country pub. The Greyhound in North Dorset was the first home of the festival, started 6 years ago. Founder, Tom Newton, wanted to help fundraise for the charity Teddy20. The charity was created by Tom’s parents to raise money for children… Keep Reading

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Blood Youth Unleash New Video Plus Announce Headline Tour for 2019

After some great hardcore punk? Well, Blood Youth have provided us with a plethora of options to enjoy such tunes. They’ve delivered a new video for Keep You Alive from their second album, Starve, due for release on 22 February 2019. Hold on there is more! Blood Youth have also announced a headline tour kicking off in Southampton on 1 March 2019. Blood Youth frontman Kaya Tarsus talking about the… Keep Reading

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As It Is Announce The Intimate Depression Tour For Early 2019

The dust has barely settled on As It Is’ biggest UK headline tour to date,  it only concluded at the start of the month. However, here we are with a new tour to look forward to. This time the Brighton quartet are visiting some seriously intimate venues in some less than usual places. Speaking of The Intimate Depression Tour As It Is explained, “In 2018 we completed 2 UK headline… Keep Reading

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Sleeping With Sirens Annouced As Good Charlotte Support For 2019

Good Charlotte Generation Rx Tour will arrive in the UK at London’s Alexandra Palace, on February 20th 2018. Sleeping With Sirens and Boston Manor will support. The tour is in support of Good Charlotte‘s latest album, Generation Rx, which was released in September 2018. This was the first release of the new global partnership between the band’s MDDN label and BMG. Generation Rx represents both a new chapter and full… Keep Reading

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Gerard Way Has Released A Christmas Single

Achieving merely joint third place in works Christmas quiz because I could not remember the eighth reindeer, was a little annoying. This office based disaster could have been avoided if Gerard Way’s latest single had been released just a few days earlier – it being called Dasher – that forgotten sleigh puller. Very much a Christmas track, it isn’t just about the reindeer. As Way explained, “Dasher is about a… Keep Reading

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Cher Announces Here We Go Again World UK Tour Dates

Music affects us emotionally, physically and spiritually and our enjoyment should never be measured by anything more than the pleasure or any other emotion we deride from it: even when so much music fully exceeds this boundary. So with no shame, no superseding with ‘my guilty pleasure is’, this dyed in the wool punk rock indie kid likes pop music too. So, with both surprise and excitement the news that… Keep Reading

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