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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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NEW MUSIC: Jaws ‘Simplicity’ + UK headline

Birmingham indie-outfit, Jaws, release their full-length sophomore album ‘Simplicty’ on November 4. The band are set to circle its release with an extensive UK headline tour in November – with kindred fuzz-rockers Nai Harvest and Chartreuse providing ample support. ‘Simplicity’ is JAWS first outing since their frenzied debut LP ‘Be Slowly’ in 2014. Opting  for a short period of silence to recalibrate – the band resurfaced with hazy new single… Keep Reading

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Manchester Indie Rockers The Hotspur Press One-Off Launch Gig This Friday

Snapped up by surging new Mancunian label B33 – THE HOTSPUR PRESS – deliver us their distinguished first single: ‘Other People’. A Greater Manchester four-piece with a precedent to create “highly melodic, energetic and soaring indie-rock music that isn’t afraid to get emotional from time to time”, The Hotspur Press are maestros of their craft. Slated for release on the 28th October, their first release for B33 (a record label… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Liines ‘Disappear / Be Here’

What is better than a good single? Two good singles, of course, thanks to post-punk band LIINES. The Manchester-based female band are releasing their new double A-side, ‘Disappear’ / ‘Be Here’, which follows hot on the heels of previously well-received track ‘Never There’. Focusing on the first offering, ‘Disappear’, it’s clear to understand why this trio are drowning in waves of praise. Zoe McVeigh’s vocals are crystal-clear and sharp, which… Keep Reading

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Single Review: Love Zombies “Birthday”

Classic 70’s vibe from UK/US five-piece Love Zombies Love Zombies have announced the release of their playful power-pop anthem ‘Birthday’, which will be released on October 28th, and is taken from their forthcoming debut album Passionfruit which is due for release early next year. The new single, taken from the coming debut album “Passionfruit”, comes after the roaring success of their September co-headline tour with The Amorettes to coincide with the success of their… Keep Reading

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EP Review: As Lions “Aftermath”

+ US Arena Tour With FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH, SHINEDOWN & SIXX:A.M. UK rock outfit As Lions have announced their debut EP Aftermath, out October 14th via Better Noise Records. The EP will be available digitally in the US and physically in Europe. In conjunction with the announcement of the EP, the band have also unveiled the title track and first single ‘Aftermath’. Watch the visualiser below: From the press release: The EP’s four dynamic… Keep Reading

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Album Review: Shotgun Revolution, “All This Could Be Yours”

Excellent Hard Rock album from Danish quartet Shotgun Revolution has released their 4th. album, and a fresh video for the latest single, “Rise To Power” SHOTGUN REVOLUTION’s new video “Rise To Power” was released on September 23rd, and is the latest single from the quartet’s latest album. Formed in 2009 in Copenhagen Denmark, the band now consist of DITLEV ULRIKSEN (vocals), MARTIN FRANK (lead n’ rhythm guitars), MICHAEL “TEX” VENNEBERG (bass), and KASPER LUND… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Phantogram ‘Three’

‘Three’ is the new album from New York indie-electronica duo Phantogram out October 7 on new UK label Fiction Records. The album includes the new single “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore”, which has over 5 million streams on Spotify and is currently Top 10 in the US Alternative radio chart. ‘Three’ represents a new creative peak that Phantogram – comprised of Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter – has been… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: The Hyena ‘Atomised’ Debut Album

The Hyena Kill force out an angry, visceral album that captures their raw energy. The album, Atomised, consists of eight tracks bursting at the seams with relentless aggressive hard-rock power. Well, I should really say seven tracks, because The Waiting Room is a rather mellow, soothing, almost dream-like slice of melancholy, which is sung by a separate female singer. It’s quite possibly the highlight of the album, as it breaks… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Goo Goo Dolls ‘Over and Over’

Set to land October 28th – get your listed here… October tour includes London Eventim Apollo show on October 14th The multi-Platinum and Grammy-nominated Goo Goo Dolls are set to play a UK tour starting in Norwich this Friday 8th October and culminating at London’s Eventim Apollo. The band will also release a new single ‘Over and Over’ which impacts on October 28th. Taken from the band’s current album ‘Boxes’,… Keep Reading

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ALBUM REVIEW: Slaves ‘Take Control’

Kent-duo Slaves unleash their second album, ‘Take Control’, but is it up to scratch? Following up a Mercury-nominated début album is never going to be an easy task, especially with a lot of people already doubting the band’s capabilities, labelling them as fake, repetitive and having nothing left to offer. That’s not entirely accurate. The best way to open up a new album and blow away any lingering doubt is… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Pete Doherty ‘Hamburg Demonstrations LP’ and Tour

Pete Doherty releases his new album, Hamburg Demonstrations, through BMG / Clouds Hill Recordings on 2 December 2016. The album is available to pre-order now with the first single I DON’T LOVE ANYONE [BUT YOU’RE NOT JUST ANYONE] along with THE WHOLE WORLD IS OUR PLAYGROUND available as instant grats here Hamburg Demonstrations was produced, recorded and mixed by JOHANN SCHEERER (Faust / Bosnian Rainbows / Gallon Drunk / Omar Rodriguéz-Lopéz) at… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Feed The Kid ‘In The City’

Feed The Kid sing about their home town of Manchester, in their new single ‘In The City’. Before you jump-the-gun and think, ‘Oh no, here’s another band moaning about where they come from!’, this song is not at all doom and gloom. [hr align=”center” style=”dotted”] Sure, lyrics touch upon the rainy city that make a grown man cry, but the delivery of the vocals from Curtis Taylor believably make you grasp… Keep Reading

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Milburn Are Back!

It’s been ten years since Milburn’s major label debut ‘Well Well Well’. Now, the band who kick-started the Sheffield revival that would give birth to, amongst others, Arctic Monkeys and Reverend & The Makers, are back. The new kaleidoscopic video sees a young girl perform classic Northern Soul moves and was shot in Sheffield’s Town Hall – a place made famous by Pulp’s ‘Disco 2000’ video. When Milburn parted company… Keep Reading

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Album review: Franklin Zoo “Red Skies”

5 hard rockin’ guys from Copenhagen who will sweep you off your feet (album below: Images from Franklin Zoo’s recent show at Loppen, Christiania, Copenhagen) A feeling of grunge creeps over me, as I listen to the latest release from Danish Franklin Zoo. The Copenhagen 5 piece has released their international debut on Mighty Music, one of Denmarks leading metal/hardrock labels, who is also responsible for giving us Black Oak… Keep Reading

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The Microdance ‘The Ride Home Today & Come Back To Me My Lover in the Sky’

The Microdance (UK) have announced the release of their double A-side The London four-piece deliver a thick 80’s vibe, filled with echo and chorus and walls of guitars. I haven’t heard of The Microdance before. With a weird name and (a little, but in a good way) weird music [maybe I’m more of a metal head, but for this specific genre] The Microdance reminds me of something that (deserves) to be… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Brooders ‘Haze’

Grunge trio, Brooders, explode onto the scene with their blistering new single, Haze, and you’d be wise to take note. The word melodic very rarely fits alongside terms such as grunge, punk or aggressive, but the Leeds-based boys have released a sound that immediately embeds itself into your brain with its forceful hooks, while traces of a youthful Green Day burst out of the seams. It’s a relentless gritty rock… Keep Reading

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MUSIC REVIEW: Kings of Leon ‘Waste A Moment’

Is guitar-based music about to be given a booster injection by the Tennessee-based rockers? The Kings of Leon return with their new single ‘Waste A Moment’, which is taken from their highly-anticipated upcoming album, which is due out in October. There was once a time when new music from the American rockers meant something, but unfortunately, this song is evidence of how to waste a moment – three minutes of… Keep Reading

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Album Review: Hands Off Gretel – “Burn the Beauty Queen”

A riotous post punk grunge album with a young Courtney in the making, get this band and album into your life now! Riot Grrrl, a term often used for any noisy girl punk band, but this often belies the original subculture movement which was essentially trying to get a female viewpoint across what was a very male dominated indie/punk music scene. The early exponents cited as Siouxsie Soux, Chrissie Hynde,… Keep Reading

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Black Oak County: Debut album in early 2017

Acoustic anticipation of good things to come: Hard rock debut album on my must-own list, it should be on yours too! Read on to get an insight… The four piece from Denmark’s shipping port #1, made quite an impression back in May ’16 at Nordic Noise, with their heavy-riffed southern hard rock. Singer Niels Beier swept this reviewer’s feet away with his powerful and raw voice, and being signed to Mighty… Keep Reading

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Review: Ed Harcour ‘Furnaces’

The Mercury prize nominated musician returns with an infectious horn-laden anthem, taken from his forthcoming seventh solo album. ‘Furnaces’ is a dark melodic track, that presents itself as a different sound for the singer-songwriter. The song, which is taken from his new album and shares the same title, is his first release on a major record label – Polydor. Hopefully, with this new backing, the music will be catapulted into… Keep Reading

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