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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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Paul Weller – True Meanings, The Brand New Album Out September 14th

New album, released September 14th on Parlophone Records To put it simply, ‘True Meanings’, the fourteenth Paul Weller solo album, the twenty sixth studio album of his entire career, is a record unlike any he has ever made before. ‘True Meanings’, is released on September 14th and is an album characterised by grandiose-yet-delicate, lush orchestration: an aesthetic to which Paul’s better-than-ever voice, singing some of his most nakedly honest words,… Keep Reading

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Cold Water Swimmers Release Double Debut Tracks

Difficult times can produce great music, as evidenced over the years by an array of brilliant politically-inspired songs, providing a much needed voice for the defiant, disheartened and forgotten. Given the economic and social climate we find ourselves in once more, it’s no surprise perhaps that Cold Water Swimmers have a few choice words of their own. When a whole country pretty much agrees  that Danny Dyer talks more political sense… Keep Reading

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Moses Release ‘Cause You Got Me’ Single

Cause You Got Me, the latest single from London-based four-piece Moses, is a terrific little number and sure to get one hell of a reaction. The track is a shining example of the group’s flair for a catchy hook and infectious melody. Interestingly, Cause You Got Me has managed to find a home on the ‘Tomb Raider’ soundtrack, and although the quality of the movie is somewhat questionable, the song… Keep Reading

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ALBUM REVIW: James ‘Living In Extraordinary Times’

One of the founding fathers of the Manchester scene are back again with a new album. And they still mean business. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, James are sitting down next to you once again with their new studio album, Living In Extraordinary Times. And there is seemingly no let up in their incredible music making. Album opener is Hank, a heavy electronic sound, with lead singer, Tim Booth, giving a… Keep Reading

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The Apocalypse Blues Revue release new track ‘Open Spaces’

The Apocalypse Blues Revue are back with a new track from their upcoming 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 frontman Ray “Rafer John” Cerbone. Here’s what drummer Shannon Larkin has to say about the new track: “Lyrically, the… Keep Reading

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Children of the State Debut EP: Kill Your Darlings

Don’t Kill Uncle,  Kill Your Darlings Instead! Choosing a band name is a big responsibility. Firstly it’s got to be something original yet memorable (you got to give King Gizard & The Lizard Wizard their dues there). Secondly, it’s a burning question often asked in interviews so having an interesting anecdote to impress upon someone is always a smart move. Thankfully Children of the State know the score; their moniker… Keep Reading

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Twenty One Pilots Begin a New Era!

After a year of silence from Twenty One Pilots, it seems the guys have come back with a vengeance. With fans receiving an email from the mailing list last week containing what seemed to be an eye, people have been waiting with baited breath for what the duo might have been up to. Their wait was most definitely not in vein. Twenty One Pilots have announced the name of their… Keep Reading

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The Magpie Salute Unleash New Track ‘For The Wind’

Band featuring former Black Crowes members Rich Robinson, Sven Pipien and Marc Ford unleash the 2nd song, For The Wind. Rich Robinson about the song: “For the wind is a song that took a long way around to come to fruition. I wrote it years ago, and it took the right band to do it justice. Now it has a great home with Magpie.” John Hogg about the lyrics: “It’s like… Keep Reading

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Goo Goo Dolls Release ‘Boxes’ Ahead Of New Album ‘The Audience Is This Way’

Multi-platinum, four-time Grammy-nominated band Goo Goo Dolls released “Boxes (UK Mix),”  29thJune 2018. The double ‘A’ sided single coming via Warner Bros Records, features 2 UK remixes by Ash Howes- “Boxes”(the title track of their 2016 album)  and “Use Me” (taken from their 2017 5-song EP, You Should Be Happy)  “Both songs are available now for purchase or streaming from all digital retailersHERE. The tracks were remixed by Ash Howes… Keep Reading

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The Magpie Salute ‘High Water I’ To Be Released August 10th

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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Hello Cosmos Release Debut Single ‘Raise The Dawn’

Imagine The Fall if they had taken up electronica music. Hard to see happen, I know, but Hello Cosmos are here, and are giving us a glimpse of what that might have sounded like, with their debut release, Raise The Dawn. Hello Cosmos, consisting of, amongst others, Ben Robinson, Simon Robinson, Angela Chan and Adrian Ingham, have channeled their electric dance beats to this single, and the results hit every… Keep Reading

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The Amazons – Come The Fire, Come The Evening Live E.P

It’s always great seeing a band live. Even better when you can share that experience in your own home too. Hailing from Reading, The Amazons are here, and in their live habitat, with the release of their new E.P, Come The Fire, Come The Evening, on the Fiction Records label. Taken from the shows at the Hexagon in Reading and at Kentish Town Forum in London, the E.P begins with… Keep Reading

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Michael Romeo Releases Video For ‘Djinn’

Internationally acclaimed guitar hero Michael Romeo has dropped his brand new video for ‘Djinn’. The epic, theatrical rock roller coaster on which the rhythm section of John “JD” DeServio (bass) and John Macaluso (drums) provides a muscular backdrop for the guitarist’s elastic soloing and Castellano’s full-throated vocal chops comes from his upcoming solo album, War of the Worlds / Pt. 1. The album comes out on July 27th via Music Theories Recordings / Mascot Label Group. The wildly ambitious 10-song disc sees… Keep Reading

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Joe Bonamassa Releases New Studio Album ‘Redemption’ on Sep 21

Two-time GRAMMY-nominated blues-rock titan Joe Bonamassa returns with a brand new studio album, ‘Redemption’ The album  will be released on21st September 2018 via Provogue/Mascot Label Group in Europe and J&R Adventures in North America. Redemption, Bonamassa’s 13th solo studio album and third in a row of all original material, sees him at his most ambitious and diverse as he continues to redefine and push the barriers of blues-rock. It features… Keep Reading

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The Moods Release Summer Anthem ‘Carnival’

Whilst some bands can make you feel there is an invisible ‘Danger: Do not get too close’sign attached to them, this ten-piece collective of poets, musicians and producers from the Northwest have far more of a ‘welcome’ mat vibe. In fact, if you’ve ever seen The Moods live you will know they don’t just put on a gig, but instead invite you to the best house party ever. Their latest… Keep Reading

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Federal Charm Release New Album ‘Passenger’ on Sep 14

Four-piece rock band Federal Charm are set to release their highly anticipated third studio album “Passenger” on Friday 14th September. Fans who pre-order the album will get the first single “Choke” as a digital free instant grat track. The album can be pre-ordered here. The CD edition will be available on the merchandise desk when Federal Charm tour the UK from September 19th. “Passenger” was recorded, produced and mixed at Willow… Keep Reading

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The Apocalypse Blues Revue Release New Track ‘Open Spaces’

The Apocalypse Blues Revue are back with a new track from their upcoming 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 frontman Ray “Rafer John” Cerbone. Shannon Larkin discovered Ray Cerbone at a biker bar. The singer had no idea that… Keep Reading

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James Reveal ‘Better Than That’ Video

James are proud to announce the release of the video for Better Than That. Filmed at the Victoria Theatre in Halifax on their recent sold out UK tour of intimate venues, the video encapsulates perfectly the incendiary live James performance. Singer Tim Booth launches himself into the adoring crowd and at one point performs a daring and dangerous balancing act across the venue balcony. The video captures the pure vitality and… Keep Reading

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REVIEW: The Darkness ‘Live At Hammersmith’

Motorhead, Thin Lizzy, Iron Maiden and Kiss. 4 bands who made live albums of which rock music had dared them to venture into, to great acclaim. A live album that made you part of the crowd in your own bedroom. Now it’s the turn of the rock gods of Lowestoft, The Darkness, and their first live album, Live In Hammersmith. Recorded in December 2017, Justin Hawkins, his brother Dan Hawkins,… Keep Reading

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REVIEW: Johnny Marr ‘Call The Comet’

There is an old myth/cliche/belief in music that the third album is always the most difficult. Considering that Johnny Marr’s third album with The Smiths was The Queen Is Dead, he does have a head start on others on how to break that taboo. Fast forward 32 years later, and it’s the third album from Marr’s solo odyssey, Call The Comet. So how does it fare? The album opens with… Keep Reading

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