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At Flick of the Finger we love New Music! We post all the new releases here including new albums, new EP's, new singles and new Videos. In our New releases you will also find reviews of new releases too.
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Miles Kane Reveals Title Track & Release Date For ‘Coup De Grace’ Out 10th August

Miles Kane releases his third solo album ‘Coup De Grace’, a blistering exercise in modern rock ‘n’ roll, August 10thon Virgin EMI. Currently in the midst of a rip roaring UK club tour with his explosive new band, Miles has been previewing several album highlights including the current single ‘Loaded’ written by Miles, Lana Del Rey and Jamie T; the T Rex inspired ‘Cry On My Guitar’ and the insanely… Keep Reading

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Black Peaks Announce New Music & UK Tour

Brighton four-piece Black Peaks have announced All That Divides, their hugely anticipated second album,  and set for release on 5th  October.  A new single, Home, is available to buy and stream now, following its world exclusive premiere on the BBC Radio One Rock Show on Sunday 3 June  Speaking about the Home single, front man Will Gardner explains: “We were writing the song against the backdrop of a lot of… Keep Reading

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Rich Robinson Of The Black Crowes Announces Debut Studio Album With The Magpie Salute ‘High Water I’

Old friends pass through our lives similar to characters in a time-worn, dog-eared novel. As we page through life, they return to walk alongside of us on bold new adventures at all the right moments. Such is the story of The Magpie Salute. For as much as the group represents a musical union of swaggering rock ‘n’ roll, psychedelic blues, and campfire-worthy storytelling, it also marks a reunion of musicians… Keep Reading

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Monster Truck Announce New Album ‘True Rockers’

Monster Truck return with their brand new album ‘True Rockers’, which will be released on Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group on 14th September 2018. It’s been two years since the mighty ‘Sittin’ Heavy’ came out and in the 18 months that followed its release, they played over 150 shows, which included arena tours with Nickelback, Billy Talent and for the final ever European Deep Purple tour. They also played with Black… Keep Reading

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Narcissus Have Found Their Home With ‘Sense of Place’

The phrase long-awaited album is used pretty often but it’s spot on with the new release by narcissus – ‘a sense of place’. And it’s well worth the wait. With an output that has been described as both epic and anthemic, Manchester based band narcissus were tipped for big things in the mid-noughties, having signed a publishing deal on the back of some genre-bending demos and following a series of… Keep Reading

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Stlliia Deliver A Strong Musical Brew With ‘Cold Coffee’

The Stillia boys have racked up some serious mileage over the last year playing gigs and festivals aplenty and honing their own brand of indie rock. This hard graft is brought out on this new release ‘Cold Coffee’ which is a serious slice of anthemic indie which I can imagine being played in small and large venues alike. Hailing from St Helen’s, Stillia are made up of Jack, who is… Keep Reading

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New Music – Roger Daltrey – ‘As Long As I Have You’

Roger Daltrey returns with his 9th solo album A mix of Blues, Soul and Acoustic Rock creates a brilliant album  Daltrey may be a lot more well known for fronting The Who, but his relatively overlooked solo career has plenty of hidden gems. From ‘McVicar’ to ‘Under a Raging Moon’, but now there is another album joining the mix. His first solo album since 1992, but well worth the wait… Keep Reading

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Hollowstar Release New Single ‘All I Gotta Say’

Following on from the success of their debut EP, “Some Things Matter”, Cambridgeshire-based rock band Hollowstar release their new single “All I Gotta Say”  Friday 25th May. Hollowstar take inspiration from Blackstone Cherry, Thunder and Slash; influences that are evident in the music they create. Their new single ‘All I Gotta Say’ embodies the band’s well-established sound, building from a foundation of classic rock that combines solid lyrics and a succinct form of storytelling. To coincide with… Keep Reading

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‘Let it Burn’ Amazing New Single from GOAT

The experimental fusion group from Sweden are on fire once again When I tell you ‘Let it Burn’ is full of tribal drums, banshee like vocals and melodic flutes, you will be forgiven for conjuring up images of Jools Holland Show ensembles that always seem to provide the perfect moment to get up and refill your drink. Hang on…please put that empty glass down. Let me first set you a scene: 1970s Scottish… Keep Reading

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Pride in ‘City Calm Downs’ Latest Offering

Melancholic rockers ‘City Calm Down’ announce the latest single, Pride, from their recently released album ‘Echoes in Blue’ Moving away from the roaring post-punk bass hooks that repeatedly punctuated the Melbourne bands last single (In This Modern Land), Pride is far more of a tightly orchestrated synth & sax affair that quite frankly wouldn’t look out of place on a 1980s soundtrack; alongside the likes of The Psychedelic Furs and… Keep Reading

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Shader Release Second Hit Single ‘Streets Tell Stories’

Shader return in glorious fashion with their second single and it’s simply brilliant. After whetting our appetites back in January with their first single, ‘Broken Minds’, the four-piece from Macclesfield have unleashed what is quite possibly one of the best track of 2018. ‘Streets Tell Stories’ possesses the quality of a seasoned band which wastes no time in embedding itself into your brain. It’s big, powerful and has a confident… Keep Reading

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Snow Patrol Return With Their First Album In Seven Years ‘Wildness’

On May 25th, Snow Patrol will return with Wildness, their first album in seven years. It finds the band searching for clarity, connection, and meaning, while staying true to the melodic songwriting prowess that brought them to prominence.  Wildness taps into something raw and primitive, and lead-singer and songwriter Gary Lightbody says of the album: “There are many types of wildness, but I think it can be distilled into two: the wildness of… Keep Reading

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The Blinders New Video: L’etat C’est Moi

Revolution: Fifty years on from The Paris Riots, the nation is unhappy with its broken politics. The Blinders lead the guitar revolution of 2018 with this acerbic, sonic charge. From Cabbage to The Charlatans, festivals to acoustic shows, The Blinders take to the streets with a call to arms, playing spectacular, unforgettable shows, wherever and whenever.    Treat yourself to a look at the video for The Blinders’ new single ‘L’etat C’est Moi’,  premiered recently on… Keep Reading

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The Apocalypse Blues Revue Are Back With A New Album

The Apocalypse Blues Revue are back with their new album, The Shape Of Blues To Come, out on July 20th 2018 via Provogue/Mascot Label Group. Following 2016s self-titled debut, Godsmack’s Shannon Larkin (Drums) and Tony Rombola (Guitar) return with some more bone-shaking blues with Brian Carpenter (Bass) and the shamanistic frontmanRay “Rafer John” Cerbone. Shannon Larkin discovered Ray Cerbone at a biker bar. The singer had no idea that he was speaking to the drummer from Godsmack, it was just a couple… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Pale Green Things ‘Snakes’

Just in time for the summer comes this new track, Snakes, by Pale Green Things. Pale Green Things have been categorised as Alt-Folk and Lo-Fi Indie but I’m not a fan of labels so I’ll just say that this is a great summer track if you like some nicely crafted tunes where you can detect influences without the songs being derivative. The subject matter for Snakes is ‘the fear’ which… Keep Reading

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LISTEN: James Announce New Album ‘Living In Extraordinary Times’

James announce the release of their new album Living In Extraordinary Times. Released on 3 August, the album was produced by Mercury and Brit Award winner Charlie Andrew (whose previous work includes alt-J and Wolf Alice) and rising star Beni Giles. Living In Extraordinary Times follows the release of their recent Better Than That EP, the band’s first new music since their hugely successful 2016 album Girl At The End… Keep Reading

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Blue Nation To Release Their Monstrously Infectious 3rd Single

The Birmingham-based three-piece are about to unleash their third single ‘Gimme Some Time’ and it completes a great trilogy of singles. It was always going to be interesting to hear what the band would come up with after their previous two singles, which were both beastly, melodic anthems. If the sounds of ‘Gimme Some Time’ are anything to go by then their forthcoming début album is one to be excited… Keep Reading

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Dantevilles Release Self Titled Debut EP

Manchester Soul Pop fourpiece Dantevilles will release their debut self-titled EP on 11th May through Heist or Hit, featuring the singles Blackjack, It Might Be Tomorrow, The Fighter and recent release Daydreamer. They will also perform a hometown EP launch show on 1st June at Manchester’s Soup Kitchen. “The Manchester band have near insatiable energy, a knack for melody that comes allied to an engaging, unhinged live show” Clash Dantevilles… Keep Reading

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James Release New EP

James are back, constantly evolving, and here they release something quite magical. The new EP consists of four new songs, and is the band’s first material since 2016’s Girl At The End Of The World. ‘Better Than That’ – which also happens to be the name of the forthcoming album – is an upbeat monster of a song with classic James vibes. It’s infectious, melodic pop that draws you in… Keep Reading

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REVIEW: DMA’s ‘For Now’

The DMA’s release their 2nd album ‘For Now’ We first met with DMA’s back in early 2016 when they were touring their debut album ‘Hills End’ and ever since we’ve been hooked.  ‘Hills End’ went Gold in their Australian homeland and became a word-of-mouth success through the UK and Europe. Back on 2016 lads travelled to the UK from the other side of the world, sold out one of Manchester largest… Keep Reading

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