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Music News: You Me At Six announce new single and tour dates

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You Me At Six have today announced their new single as ‘Take On The World’ from their critically acclaimed 5th studio album Night People, which is OUT NOW on Infectious Records. Also, tour dates have been announced along with an appearance at Reading and Leeds Festival. 2017 got off to a flying start for the guys with the release of their chart topping album and news that they were the first band to land 15 concurrent Radio 1 A list records in a row. All that and frontman Josh Franceschi, still found time to lobby parliament in support of the anti-ticket tout…

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New Music: Shaking Chains release debut single.

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Manchester’s Shaking Chains have announced their debut AA-single ‘Midnight Oil’ / ‘Drunk No More’ for release on April 21st via Concrete Recordings, along with two release shows in March. Live dates have also been announced for March in Salford & London. Taut and tense, ‘Midnight Oil’ arrives inspired by life in the desolate lane. You can feel the devastating weight and potential, the sound of clever anger, of distrust and opposition. “Before Jon Voight stood beside the Capitol Hill Building to lick Trump’s ego, he played a far more respectable prostitute in the 1969 film Midnight Cowboy,” lyricist Nathan Mcilroy…

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Music News: Rock Trio Katalina Kicks Announce Tour Dates

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Purveyors of the finest in scuzzed-up rock’n’roll – KATALINA KICKS – make their return with a thrilling new long-player ‘Vices’ and a feast of UK live dates this May. Whetting appetites in the run up to the new album, the band accompany the announcement with the release of adrenaline-laced new single and featured track: ‘Cut It Up’. The new album, Vices, presents Katalina Kicks at their loudest, scuzziest and most politically aggrieved yet. But then opening with a “cameo” from Donald Trump, how could it not be? Fans of the band will already be familiar with the Seattle-sized quake of…

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Music News: RavenEye Confirmed As Guests On Kiss European Tour

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UK rock trio RavenEye are thrilled to announce they have been invited to tour Europe as Special Guests of KISS. They have also been added as Special Guests on the Hellyeah UK tour in April. The band recently announced shows at Download festivals in Spain and France, as well as Bulgaria’s Plovdiv Festival, with more to follow soon. Since releasing their wildly successful EP, ‘Breaking Out’, and debut album ‘NOVA, RavenEye has toured globally, supporting Slash, Deep Purple, The Darkness​ and Halestorm amongst others. The band has headlined their own tours through Europe and America as well as performing at…

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New Music: Miss Vincent Announce New EP ‘Somewhere Else’

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Today South Coast punks Miss Vincent re-emerge with their brand new track The Lovers. Demonstrating a clear sonic progression, the track showcases a fuller-throttled, punk influenced and more raw soundscape, acting as a statement of intent for forthcoming EP Somewhere Else due 19th May on Uncle M. “We chose The Lovers as the first song for people to hear because it felt like the most natural thing to do. In that sense, it’s pretty indicative of what to expect from the rest of the record – honest and perceptive punk rock songs with great hooks that are a statement of identity…

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New Music: Obelyskkh release new album

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Three years in the making, Germany’s doom/sludge kingpins Obelyskkh have completed their fourth full-length album. The band are preparing The Providence for release through their steady label home of Exile On Mainstream this Spring. The Providence was again recorded and mixed by Andy Naucke and mastered by Brad Boatright (Sleep, Tragedy, High On Fire, From Ashes Rise, Integrity), and again sees cover art crafted by Sebastian Feld/Marginal Ink. The album will be released on all digital platforms, CD, and 2xLP with three sides of music and a Side D etching. Obelyskkh’s The Providence will see release on April 21st in Europe, and on June…

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NEW MUSIC: Bearcubs ‘Underwaterfall’

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Hot off the back of his rapturously received ‘Chroma’ EP which dropped late last year, London based artist/producer Bearcubs has today announced a new 4 track EP ‘Underwaterfall’, due for release on 10th March via All Points In tandem with the announcement, the title track premiered via Mistajam’s Power Down Playlist on BBC Radio 1 and FADER, who said ““Underwaterfall,” is a precise exercise in tension and release: one moment, it’s sparse melody, the next it’s an immersive swarm of synths and layered vocals“. Bearcubs is the immersive, electronic project of 25-year old Jack Ritchie. He’s been putting out material for the past 2 years, and has honed in on a distinctly…

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All Them Witches Announce Headline Tour Dates & Festival Appearances

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Nashville’s All Them Witches release their new album ‘Sleeping Through the War’ today via New West Records and announce UK headline tour dates for October. New album ‘Sleeping Through The War’ out today via New West Records. Following appearances confirmed at the Secret Garden Party and Truck Festivals, All Them Witches will return to the UK in September and October for their biggest UK headline tour yet, including a show at London’s Koko.“Following appearances confirmed at the Secret Garden Party and Truck Festivals, All Them Witches will return to the UK in September and October for their biggest UK headline…

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NEW MUSIC: Clock Opera ‘Closer’

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Comprised of Guy Connelly (vocals, guitar, sampler), Andy West (bass, guitar), Che Albrighton (drums), and Nic Nell (keyboards, vocals,) synth-driven London quartet Clock Opera released second album ‘Venn’ via League of Imaginary Nations and K7 on February 10th. A darker beast than their 2012 debut ‘Ways to Forget,’ the distinctive sound of Clock Opera is still present, but there’s a marked shift in lyrical tone. “A lot of the album is about loss, absence, holes, haunting, questioning identity,” explains Connelly. “To be specific, the majority of the songs were inspired by a miscarriage. A lot of the others were driven…

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Elevant Return with New Music and Live Dates

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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 way, recorded at none-other than the legendary Abbey Road Studios. The tracks will be made available via the band’s own Loner Noise / Elevant Music Limited imprint later this year.…

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The Maccabees ‘The Farewell Shows” As They Call It A Day

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The Maccabees play live for the last time: The Farewell Shows Two Nights At Alexandra Palace And One At Manchester O2 Apollo Announced For June/July Last August The Maccabees split, much to the dismay of the musical community. This followed a brilliant 12 month period where the band scaled new heights; headlining Latitude Festival and getting their first number one album with the acclaimed ‘Marks To Prove It’. Now we have the chance to bid this much loved band a proper farewell with two must see nights at London’s Alexandra Palace and one show at the Manchester Apollo next summer. Without…

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