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NEW RELEASES

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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China Lane release new single ‘In Motion’

The Mancunian quartet China Lane are pleased to announce that their new single they ‘In Motion’ is out now and available to stream off all major streaming services In Motion will be the second single release from the electro-pop band after their hugely successful debut single ‘Marco Polo’ was released in 2016. Marco Polo caught the attention of the likes of BBC Radio 6 and BBC Introducing, as well as… Keep Reading

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Elevant Return with New Music and Live Dates

Prolific Liverpool three-piece ELEVANT are back, and boy have they been busy… Announcing: Elevant’s first shows of 2017, a series of brand new studio recording for release later this year, plus an all-new festival in Liverpool of their very own design. Teasing their first new material since their standalone single ‘Hide it Away’ last Summer, Elevant announce their return with the promise of a smattering of fresh cuts on the… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: While She Sleeps ‘Silence Speaks’ ft. Oli Sykes

While She Sleeps have revealed their new single ‘Silence Speaks’, which is the latest killer cut to be taken from their forthcoming third album ‘You Are We’, set for release 21st April. Get Tickets Modern metal at its finest and most explosive, the track, which got its first play on national radio as Mistajam’s Hottest Record on BBC Radio 1, features Oli Sykes of Bring Me The Horizon on guest vocals.… Keep Reading

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SOUNDCHECK: The Mantells ‘Sunshine’

The Mantells are a 3-Piece band from Manchester formed in January 2014 made up of Tom Barrow with brothers Dale and Lewis Moran. Their first demo EP ‘How To Say It’ gave us 4 tracks in early 2014 to show us what these lads could do, if you missed that check it out on the YouTube channel The lads decided to do a free entry gig at The Castle Hotel… Keep Reading

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LISTEN: Damnations Day “A World Awakens”

As Sensory Records prepares for the March release of A World Awakens, the second album from Australian progressive metal outfit, DAMNATIONS DAY, a new lyric video for the album’s title track has been premiered through PureGrainAudio webzine. Offer the members of DAMNATIONS DAY of the new single, “The self-titled track ‘A World Awakens’ offers an energetic, rhythmic, and emotional journey. A track, we feel, all music lovers can get lost… Keep Reading

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Dead Days ‘Start Over Again’

Their electrifying approach to songwriting, combined with their unique live performance makes them an exciting new prospect for any music lover on the lookout for their new ‘favourite band’. After all, in music, just like in life, it’s important to discover new things and keep pushing forward and not keep living in the past because those days are dead. Dead Days are: Travis Marc (lead vocals/drums) Darryl du Plooy (bass/backing… Keep Reading

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Epic Black Metallers Reveal Track From Forthcoming Debut Album At No Clean Singing

The self-titled debut album from epic black metal horde ORM has been set for release through Indisciplinarian on March 24th. Now, the mighty album track “Apotheosis” is revealed through an exclusive premiere via No Clean Singing, while the vinyl edition of the album is made available for preorder. ORM’s self-titled debut album is a masterful display of the band’s unique rocking take on epic melodic black metal, thematically illustrated by… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Imagine Dragons New Single ‘Believer’

Vocalist Dan Reynolds says about the track:  “This last year has really been the most centred and positive of my life. This song explains my realization that the emotional pain I faced the last few years actually helped me progress to this healthier mental space – that adversity truly is what helps you become a believer in yourself.” In the US, the track will run as the soundtrack for a… Keep Reading

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LISTEN: Spoon ‘Can I Sit Next To You’

Spoon Reveal New Track ‘Can I Sit Next To You’ video Directed By Marcel Dzama Ahead of their intimate show at London’s 100 Club this Monday February 27th, one of America’s greatest bands, Spoon, have revealed new single ‘Can I sit Next To You’. With a slick, steady-paced groove and an eerie synth filled chorus the track is the second to be taken from the band’s career defining album ‘Hot… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Larkins ‘Wasted Years’

Larkins will release Wasted Years on 17th February through Scruff of the Neck Records. When Manchester’s Larkins started 2016 by hitting the ground running, no-one could have predicted the year they’d end up having. A summer of festival appearances at the likes of Kendal Calling, as well as a sold out show at Manchester’s Club Academy saw the band rapidly made a name for themselves amongst both fans and critics… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Harvestman Neurosis Frontman Steve Von Till’s Exploratory Project Returns With Music For Megaliths

Neurot Recordings presents the fourth full-length recorded document from HARVESTMAN – one of Neurosis vocalist/guitarist Steve Von Till’s solo ventures – with the impending release of Music For Megaliths. As with prior HARVESTMAN and other solo releases by Steve Von Till, Music For Megaliths sees the artist handling a wide array of instruments and approaches, including vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, bass, synthesizers, hurdy gurdy, effects, and more, fully performed,… Keep Reading

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Okkultokrati Announces European/UK Tour Dates

Norwegian mavericks Okkultokrati are hitting the road again in support of their inventive and addictive Raspberry Dawn album, released in September through Southern Lord. The confirmed listing of shows is below, and the band is currently booking more shows to be announced. While paying homage to their native region’s 1990s black metal heritage, the cinematic synth/goth rock of the prior decade, and the raging early punk movement ahead of that,… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Mallory Knox ‘Better Off Without You’

Mallory Knox return with ‘Better Off Without You’, the second single to be lifted from their forthcoming third album ‘Wired’ , released March 10th on RCA. Written about the prescription drug Citalopram, used to treat anxiety and depression, ‘Better Off Without You’ was borne out of bassist Sam Douglas’ frustration towards a doctor who took a particularly lax approach to his treatment. ‘For something so personal it all felt very… Keep Reading

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LISTEN: Maker ‘Move Your Feet’

Maker are a 4 piece rock n roll band: a psychedelic bluesy punch stirred with a fist full of soul. Their influences range from the early blues legends through the stomping pop and soul of the sixties, to the raw power of punk. Coming on like the bastard child of The Rolling Stones, The Faces, Free, T-Rex and Primal Scream; Maker deliver a fresh sonic swagger defined by their own… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Blondie Release New Track ‘My Monster’

Blondie recently announced their eleventh studio album, POLLINATOR, scheduled for release by BMG on 5 May; an incredible new record and a modern take on the classic, vintage sound of one of the world’s most influential and legendary bands. BLONDIE have also now announced a return to the iconic LONDON ROUNDHOUSE, scene of past triumphs and something of a spiritual home for the UK’s favourite New Yorkers, to play a… Keep Reading

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LIVE DATES: Fickle Friends

Welcome Fickle Friends, one of the UK’s most exciting, bubbling bands – and what better way to introduce themselves than with ‘Swim’, both their inaugural single for new label home Polydor and the first track they ever released. The original demo of ‘Swim’ was casually dropped online at the start of 2014 without any expectations attached. A first taster of the band’s buoyant and unapologetically ‘80s-inspired indie-pop, it soon took… Keep Reading

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Listen: Meadowlark, Currently On Tour With Amber Run

Meadowlark have shared a new track from their forthcoming ‘Nocturnes EP’, which is due for release on March 10th via Believe Recordings (James Vincent McMorrow, Gavin James). ‘Satellite (Alt Version)’ launched this morning and is available to stream now on Soundcloud / Spotify. Speaking about the track Kate McGill says ‘We’re very excited to share this acoustic rendition of Satellite with you. We love our electronic version so much, but… Keep Reading

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New Music From Papa Roach

Papa Roach have given fans a taste of their forthcoming ninth album with a video for their new single ‘Help’. The track dropped earlier today, Friday 15th February and is available across all digital streaming platforms via Eleven Seven Music. The new album is expected to be released in May. “Help” was produced by Nicholas “Ras” Furlong and Colin Brittian, who grew up listening to Papa Roach and inspired the… Keep Reading

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New Album From The Vultures ‘Three Mothers Part 2’

Following from their acclaimed ‘Three Mothers Part 1’ album in 2015, London genre-busters The Vultures are releasing the anticipated second part on April 14th, via vital independent label Ciao Ketchup Recordings. Released April 14th on Ciao Ketchup Recordings Comprising of three part vocals, cello, violin, viola, bass and drums – London sextet The Vultures say they’re on a mission to “breath fresh life into rock n’ roll”. The concise conclusion… Keep Reading

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Cabbage’s Terrorist Synthesizer EP review

Manchester’s Cabbage release their third EP in as many months, but are the five-piece band spreading themselves too thinly? The opening track ‘Terrorist Synthesizer’, which is the title of the EP, sets the general vibe for the next 19 minutes that the four tracks total. It possesses a swagger and a visceral precision with its huge anthemic chorus. It’s the musical equivalent of meat-and-potatoes, but it works a treat with… Keep Reading

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