Brian Sella’s persona is alas, tormenting and teasing, with a look of deceitful smugness. It is, as always, Sella’s knack of crafting provoking storytelling as part of each and every song that keeps the crowd on side tonight. Continue reading
Apologies, I Have None have been added to The Front Bottoms UK tour later this year. Continue reading
Australian touring machine The Smith Street Band have announced they’ll return to the UK for their first shows since playing Reading & Leeds festivals last year. Continue reading
It’s that time of year, everyone’s dishing out their awards for 2014 and The Colour Of Vinyl is no different…
Since releasing their debut album “London” in 2012 APOLOGIES, I HAVE NONE have fast become a staple of the UK punk-rock scene, a success story that has seen them pick up slots and prestigious festivals all over Europe and tour with some established names such as Crazy Arm, Touché Amoré, Make Do And Mend and The Menzingers. Famed for their energetic shows, it was quite a shock back in February when they announced that joint lead singer Dan Bond would be leaving the band. Despite this, they’ve come back and released the 4-track EP “Black Everything”, out on Oxford-based punk label Beach Community in the UK.