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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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REVIEW: Blue Nation Release Powerhouse Album ‘Kaftan Society’

The agonisingly long and tantalising wait for the new album from the Birmingham-based three-piece is now over. After a wave of behemoth singles that set the bar high, can Kaftan Society carry on the praise? Opener ‘Gimme Some Time’ sets the mood, and as I said in the single review back in May, ‘There’s something beautiful about the way it rolls along like an eighteen-wheeler about to mow you down.’… Keep Reading

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Palisades Share New Track Fragile Bones

New Jersey’s electronicore fusion purveyors Palisades have shared, Fragile Bones, the second track from their forthcoming new album Erase The Pain. Produced by Howard Benson (MCR, Of Mice & Men, In Flames) Erase The Pain is due for release via Rise Records on 28th December 2018. “Fragile Bones is about the pressure people feel to be a different version of themselves for whatever reason that may be. Whether to succeed,… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Paper Buoys & The Pagans S.O.H ‘In Faith So Blind’

The Buoys are back in town…. Bands have normally done well from the Midlands. Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath are two examples. Fast forward to 2018 and it’s the turn of indie-punk rockers, The Paper Buoys. And they haven’t come alone either. The Paper Buoys hail from Birmingham, and they have teamed up with Black Country rap/rock outfit, The Pagans S.O.H, and this has created their new joint release, In Faith… Keep Reading

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REVIEW: Muse ‘Simulation Theory’

Muse plug in, baby…… Since the year 2000, music lovers have seen Muse evolve. Evolve into one of the biggest bands around. Their music has evolved a lot too, and this time they have gone more electric than ever before with the release of their new album, Simulation Theory. A very keyboard driven album this time too. The three members of the band – Matt Bellamy, Chris Wolstenholme and Dominic Howard… Keep Reading

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The Struts New Album, Young and Dangerous

Forming The Struts in Derby, England, in 2012, all four members began making music as teenagers, initially finding inspiration in groups like Oasis and the Libertines and then tracking their idols’ influences to discover the glam bands that would one day shape their own sound. “When we first started, we both just wanted to make fun, happy rock songs with big choruses—the kind of thing that bands like Slade and… Keep Reading

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Brooders Reveal New Single Breathe & A Mini Tour

Breathe is the new single from Leeds based Psyche-Grunge trio Brooders, released on 16 November. Breathe speaks of the realities that people face in everyday life and through all walks of life. The ambiguous and bitter-tasting imagery works as a call and response between the twisted mindset of being trampled by life whilst hearing in the other ear how accessible and achievable the dreams and desires of the world are… Keep Reading

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Trampolene Release Impressive New Single

‘The One Who Loves You’ is the latest release from the three-piece hailing from Swansea. It’s a soulful acoustic-driven anthem with a chiming ’60s feel-good ambience. There is absolutely no way you will not be immersed in this infectious track. Trampolene have boosted the release with ‘There’s No More Rockstars’ as the b-side. Vocalist and guitarist Jack Jones says,”‘The One Who Loves You’ is quite different for us, less distortion… Keep Reading

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New Music: Saul Blease – The Great War

The latest offering from Bad Elephant Music, a label that has signed many independent artist in recent years is Saul Blease’s The Great War. Saul Blease, the labels most recent artist signing has produced a very thought-provoking album, one that will be released Armistice day November 11th, exactly 100 years after the end of the first world war, known to many as the Great War, or the war to end… Keep Reading

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DeWolff – Share The Ride

DeWolff are delighted to present their brand new track Share The Ride. However this is no ordinary single release. To hear the track in it’s entire form, you need to have 5 friends with you. Each stem from the song is available on Spotify and each listener will have to select which one they would like to hear. When all played at the same time, you will be able to… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Lee Ranaldo ‘Last Looks’

Sonic Youth legend goes live…. Not to pigeon hole any band, or anybody for that matter, Lee Ranaldo was in one of the bands that started a revolution. Sonic Youth was that band, and if it wasn’t for them, Dinosaur Jr and The Pixies, grunge would never have happened. And since the demise of Sonic Youth, Lee Ranaldo has gone solo, and now it’s your opportunity to hear what he… Keep Reading

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AFI Announce New EP With The Release of New Track

AFI Announce New EP With The Release of New Track We have had to take the weekend to digest last week’s wave of new releases. Some were those hoped for, unexpected track that on arrival gave our emotions quite the sucker punch. One of the most anticipated releases came from or favourite providers of post hardcore, emo, and alternative punk rock; AFI (A Fire Inside). The Californian band have been… Keep Reading

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New Music – British Lion – ‘Spit Fire’

British Lion roars again When you’re the founding member of one of the definitive bands from the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal era, Iron Maiden, any other work has to live up to reputation. Steve Harris has a great reputation, but why have one band when you can have two? He answers that with the brand new single from his side project, British Lion. And it goes by the… Keep Reading

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Gerard Way Release First New Solo Material In Three Years

Gerard Way Release First New Solo Material in Three Years Gerard Way has released his first new solo material in three years with a musical commemoration to the spookiest season with the single Baby You’re a Haunted House via Reprise Records. Way has been teasing, via his social media, that he was working on new music for some time. Finally, the wait is over. So, regardless if you’ll be enjoying… Keep Reading

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REVIEW: Ian Brown ‘First World Problems’

King Monkey is back! Ian Brown. Not known for doing things by half, is he. When The Stone Roses reunited for a very successful comeback tour, it seemed that they were back. But it was not to be, as his farewell speech in Scotland proved to be. But didn’t you just want more solo stuff from him too? Of course, you did. And today, he delivered a new single, First World… Keep Reading

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New Music – Gary Numan – ‘The Fallen’ E.P

Numan Behaviour…. Rammstein. Nine Inch Nails. Just two of the acts who owe a debt of gratitude to Gary Numan. An artist who not only kept with the times, but changed them as well. Songs like Cars, Are Friends Electric? and This Machine, were at the forefront of the New Wave movement. Music that stands the test of time, and Numan still produces a high standard today. None more so than his new E.P., The… Keep Reading

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Vandenberg’s Moonkings Release Burning Heart Lyric Video

Vandenberg’s MoonKings have unveiled the official video for the brilliant stripped back acoustic version of Adrian Vandenbergs 1993 hit Burning Heart. The track comes from their new record ‘Rugged and Unplugged’ which will be released on 23rd November 2018 via Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group. Speaking about the album and the track, Adrian explains: “We decided to strip down a bunch of songs to the bare basics and let them speak in… Keep Reading

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King Nun – Greasy Hotel

King Nun have shared a new track, Greasy Hotel, the latest to be taken from the band’s forthcoming debut EP, I Have Love, set for release on heavyweight 12” black vinyl on 9 November via Dirty Hit. Greasy Hotel follows the comeback track Chinese Medicine and the raucous Heavenly She Comes and Family Portrait, and arrives following the band’s recent UK tour with label mates Pale Waves and ahead of their own… Keep Reading

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New Music: Normandie – White Flag

Swedish band Normandie release their widely anticipated second album this Friday, 26thOctober. I’ve been given a preview copy to listen to and I’ve been mightily impressed. I caught up with the guys a few months ago prior to their  appearance at a very wet Reading Festival. The  quartet of Anton (Drums) Philip (Vocals) Hakan (Guitar) and Lucas on Bass together combined create an alternative rock sound that went done a… Keep Reading

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New Music – Greta Van Fleet ‘Anthem Of The Peaceful Army’

Greta Van Fleet bring classic rock back to life with debut album A blend of powerful vocals, bluesy guitar, driving bass and tight drums results in one truly great debut album It’s not been long since modern rockers, Greta Van Fleet began to make a name for themselves, but their following is already huge, and the release of this debut album shows how well they are doing. The album comes… Keep Reading

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New Music – Richard Ashcroft ‘Natural Rebel’

Richard Ashcroft releases new album, ‘Natural Rebel’ Ashcroft’s fifth solo album does not disappoint.  A combination of acoustic and electric guitars, an array of strings, and Ashcroft’s distinct vocals form a truly brilliant album, with a mix of really good songs, one of which is the single, ‘Surprised By The Joy’. However, the album opens with ‘All My Dreams’, a truly fantastic tune, which you can tell right from the… Keep Reading

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