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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 – Richard Ashcroft – Surprised By The Joy

Bring on the Joy with Richard Ashcroft It’s a very well known fact that The Verve are still regarded as one of the greatest British bands of the last 50 years. And that has had something to do with the quality of the songs they delighted crowds with. And now, Richard Ashcroft presents his latest single, Surprised By The Joy. Surprised By The Joy is taken from the forthcoming album from Richard… Keep Reading

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Harry Jordan: Birmingham’s Queen of Rockabilly Announces New Single ‘Devils Been Keeping my Seat Warm’

Forget a boy named Sue, it’s all about a girl called Harry Jordan. Following on from previous releases, ‘Devil in a Push Up Bra’ and ‘Hell in High Heels’, this latest offering is not for the faint-hearted. It’s sassy. It’s fierce. The guitar riffs are sleazy, the drums tribal and the bass line stomping. Jordan’s vocals are soulful, ethereal, powerful and raw;  like the voice of a leather-clad angel –… Keep Reading

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DeWolff Release New Video For ‘Double Crossing Man’

Psychedelic-blues trio DeWolff have revealed their new video for ‘Double Crossing Man’ which is taken from their new album ‘THRUST’, which was released in May this year. The video footage was taken from their performance at Lowlands Festival this year. Talking about the song they say; ““We recorded this track live to tape with our great friend Levi Vis from the Dawn Brothers on bass. We had only 30 minutes… Keep Reading

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New Album Release – Echo & The Bunnymen – The Stars, The Ocean & The Moon

Echo & The Bunnymen with further proof that they never stop For an amazing 40 years, Echo & The Bunnymen have proved pivotal to the British rock music scene. The trials and tribulations of this band have been well documented, but they remain as important as ever. And to justify that, the band release their new album, The Stars, The Ocean & The Moon. And it’s an album that covers that… Keep Reading

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Pale Waves – My Mind Makes Noises LP – Out Today

PALE WAVES have today released their highly anticipated debut album, My Mind Makes Noises, through Dirty Hit. The album also features the singles There’s A Honey, Televison Romance, Kiss, Eighteeen and the recently released One More Time.   The album release comes ahead of the band’s UK, Europe and North American headline tours, including their biggest headline to date at London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire. Full UK dates, including a… Keep Reading

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P.O.D. Reveal Official Video For ‘Rockin’ With The Best’

On November 16th, 2018, Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group will release ‘Circles,’ P.O.D.’s debut for the label. In the last few years, P.O.D. have performed at the Download Festival, Hellfest, Rock on the Range, River City Rockfest, Carolina Rebellion, and Aftershock Festival, as well as shared stages with In This Moment, Prophets of Rage, Shinedown, and Five Finger Death Punch. Ahead of this they are thrilled to reveal their brand new… Keep Reading

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Doyle Bramhall II reveals new song ‘Love And Pain’

On October 5th, Provogue  will release Shades, singer-songwriter and guitarist Doyle Bramhall II’s dramatic debut for the label. The album comes hot on the heels of Bramhall’s 2016 critically acclaimed fourth record, Rich Man, his first solo album in 15 years. The album features Eric Clapton, Norah Jones, the Tedeschi Trucks Band, and Austin buds the Greyhounds. “Without appearing immodest, I can admit that I’ve led a pretty charmed life,”… Keep Reading

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Poets Of The Fall release new single ahead of upcoming album Ultraviolet

Platinum-selling Finnish rockers Poets of the Fall have streamed their new single ‘Dancing on Broken Glass’, ahead of their upcoming eighth studio album, Ultraviolet (Oct 05, Playground Music). Ultraviolet follows from 2016’s Clearview, which charted across several international charts and led to tours across EU, UK, and India, including selling out London’s O2 Academy Islington. The new album is the band’s eighth, and of the previous seven five have charted at #1 in Finland. For fans… Keep Reading

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Glass Mountain Have To Lie Video

Since their uncompromising seven-minute debut release Glacial, Bradford quartet Glass Mountain have built their growing reputation on beautifully crafted, often sorrowful music. Named after a David Hockney artwork, the band released Gin Flows Through My Veins in November last year, followed by the Wow & Flutter EP earlier this year. From this EP comes Have To Lie. The EP’s closing track is musically stripped bare, with the exposed and vulnerable… Keep Reading

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New Music – ShadowParty – Reverse The Curse

The ShadowParty ain’t over, the After Party has just begun…….. ShadowParty, the band made up of the New Order pairing of Tom Chapman and Phil Cunningham and Josh Hager and Jeff Friedl of Devo, have made a considerable impression in the music world in the last 2 months. I’m certainly a fan, and now there’s a remix E.P for everyone to enjoy. And it’s called the After Party E.P. Reverse… Keep Reading

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VOLA Unveil Video For Ghosts

VOLA are delighted to unveil their stunning new video for Ghosts. The track is taken from their upcoming new album Applause Of A Distant Crowd, which will be released on 12th October via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group. Speaking about the video, frontman Asger Mygind explains “The video was filmed, directed and edited by David and Dennis Kare Anderson and features the band in a more exposed visual representation than what we’ve tried before. We’ve been keen on letting… Keep Reading

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Barry Adamson – Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Pelvis

Barry Adamson……..the man you probably knew about already Barry Adamson should be a familiar name to a lot of the music fraternity. Well, he was one of the founding members of the Bad Seeds, along with Nick Cave. Film work has been done for the likes of Oliver Stone and David Lynch, to name but a few. But he is a solo artist in his own right too. And Set The… Keep Reading

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Liars – Murdrum

A return to form from Liars, and that’s the truth….. Since the year 2000, American/Australian rocksters, Liars, have been treating us to no less than 8 studio albums in that time. And now, a new album, Titles With The Word Fountain,  is on the release threshold. So a single has been released to give you a taste of things to come, and that single is called Murdrum. A very simple mix of… Keep Reading

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The Somnabulist: The new Track From Echo & The Bunnymen

Echo & The Bunnymen have released a new track from their forthcoming album, The Stars  The Oceans & The Moon, to be released by BMG on 5 October. The Somnabulist is a new Bunnymen track that stands proudly amongst those from the band’s undisputed imperial period; three and a half minutes of perfect, soaring melody and poetic lyrical melancholy. The track is available on all streaming and download platforms now. The… Keep Reading

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New Single Release – Chris Liebing – Card House

Welcome to the Card House, Chris Liebing is waiting there for you…….. From the moment Kraftwerk blew the music world apart with their now iconic technological take on musical sound, it has needed someone with an equally sound musical footing to follow. And now, the path takes a new direction, courtesy of German born techno master, Chris Liebing, and his new, and extremely cool single, Card House. And it’s a song which… Keep Reading

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Revolver – New From Toronto’s ‘Single Mothers.

Last summer Toronto’s SINGLE MOTHERS released their sophomore album Our Pleasure, Its the the follow up to their critically-celebrated debut Negative Qualities, and a release that explored the more pop oriented side of frontman Drew Thomson’s songwriting. Today the band are releasing their first new music since that album with the Revolver Magazine premiere of ‘Switch Off’, a searing sub minute thirty blast of post-hardcore that represents a hard swing in the opposite… Keep Reading

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Black Oak County are back!

New singer and new single! Following singer Niels Beier’s exit from the band in late 2017, it was unclear how the band would proceed, and if they were even going to. Beier’s extremely strong vocals were a very strong selling point for the Danish hard rock band. But the remaining members, brothers Jack & Mike Svendsen (guitar & drums), and bassist René Hjelm, have brewed something up in all secrecy… Keep Reading

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New Album Release – Interpol – Marauder

Be a marauder with Interpol and their new album….. From the humble beginnings of their debut at the Luna Lounge in New York, Interpol have certainly come a long way since their formation in 1997. 4 band members have since become 3, but that hasn’t stopped them releasing top drawer music. And Interpol continue that trend with the release of their sixth studio album, Marauder. So…what’s it like? First number on the… Keep Reading

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New Album Release – Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood “With Animals’

Mark Lanegan and Duke Garwood take us on a trip to blues rock psychedelia….. When someone describes you as their “all time favourite artist”, it’s high praise indeed. That’s what former Screaming Trees singer and Queens Of The Stone Age cohort, Mark Lanegan, said of English blues rock master, Duke Garwood. And now they join together once again for the brand new album, With Animals. Save Me is the first track on… Keep Reading

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New Album Release – Alice In Chains – Rainier Fog

The evolution of Alice In Chains continues……. In the last 20+ years, it’s been fair to say that Alice In Chains have been through some trials and tribulations. The loss of founding member and bassist, Mike Starr, and that of iconic lead singer, Layne Staley, plus the great expectations of putting the band back together with a different vocalist, would make many bands throw in the towel. Not Alice In… Keep Reading

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