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All the latest announcements for new gigs, line ups, tours and more. Keep up to date with all your favourite bands and artists and what they have coming up.

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ADAM FRENCH DEBUTS BRAND NEW TRACK ‘EUTHANASIA’

ADAM FRENCH DEBUTS BRAND NEW TRACK ‘EUTHANASIA’  “Figuring out the difference between life and existence has always been a massive contributor to the way I write music.” Says, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Adam French. “My favourite lyrics are honest and personal!”  ‘Euthanasia’ is a perfect example of both this lyrical ambition and his deft touch with melody. Based around atmospheric guitars and a rolling breakbeat, the song deals with the universal… Keep Reading

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SOUL OUT!!

Paul and Jacqui are embarking on their impressive SOLD OUT UK tour. All dates listed below – let us know which you are going to… ‘Wisdom, Laughter and Lines’ is the new album from Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott. This record is the second from Paul & Jacqui following the critically acclaimed ‘What Have We Become’, which saw them return together on record for the first time since the multi-million… Keep Reading

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Richard Ashcroft Is Going To Scarborough Fair… Are You??

Scarborough Fair festival announce headliner Richard Ashcroft Returning Richard Ashcroft joins the festival line up including: Everything Everything, Lianne La Havas, involvement from Sir Ben Kingsley, Michael Fassbender’s DMC Film, Dave Beer, Craig Charles and many more! Scarborough Fair are thrilled to announce that Brit and Ivor Novello award winning and Grammy nominated artist Richard Ashcroft is joining the line up for a headlining performance. Richard’s fourth solo album These… Keep Reading

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Placebo Tour Announcement !

New News Just In From Placebo’s Facebook Page…. MESSAGE FROM BRIAN ABOUT THE 20 YEARS WORLD TOUR “…Let’s just say there will be songs in the set that I’ve sworn never to play again. I think it’s time that we purposefully acknowledged what a lot of Placebo fans really want to hear. They’ve been very patient with us since we rarely play our most commercially successful material. A 20 year anniversary… Keep Reading

The spitfires
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The Spitfires New Single ‘So Long’ April 1st

The Watford 4 piece burst onto the scene in Sept 2012 with a run of powerful and energetic live shows. Comparisons were immediately made to The Jam and The Clash, and while The Spitfires boast a similar energy to punk’s trailblazers, the style is all their own. Debut 7” single ‘Stand Down’ sold out in just 2 days, followed in August 2015 by the 13-track debut album ‘Response’, which reached… Keep Reading

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New Music From Colour & Gig Announcements

COLOUR – NEW SINGLE ‘NOWHERE’ OUT NOW! LIVE DATES IN MANCHESTER & LONDON  KENDAL CALLING FESTIVAL SLOT ANNOUNCED  “Widescreen chiming indie” – Shortlist “COLOUR have a cinematic sensibility, one drawn towards huge venues and open spaces – don’t bet against them getting there.” – Clash “A new band that genuinely excites me” – Simon Boyle, Sunday Mirror Having burst on to the music scene last year with debut single ‘Strangers’, COLOUR returned last month, with a brand new track.… Keep Reading

Reading Leeds Line Up 2016
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Reading Leeds Line Up 2016

Reading Leeds Line Up 2016 Announced Reading Leeds Line Up 2016 has been announced and its looking pretty awesome! Which are you going to? Leeds, Reading? both? the full line up is now starting to look like: Biffy Clyro (co-headline). Fall Out Boy (co-headline). Chvrches. The Vaccines. A$AP Rocky. HAIM. Jack Garratt. The Wombats. Lower Than Atlantis. Asking Alexandria. The Dillinger Escape Plan. Travi$ Scott. G-Eazy. Skindred. Five Finger Death… Keep Reading

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T In The Park – Line Up Announced

T in the Park have just announced their headliners (Calvin Harris and Red Hot Chili Peppers join The Stone Roses) and a range of other acts including LCD Soundsystem, Jamie xx, Rat Boy and Catfish & The Bottlemen. Following last year’s festival, which hit the new Strathallan site with logistical issues, feared osprey disturbances and a guy who pretended he was trapped in a tent. Keep Reading

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