Pop-Punk four piece High Tides are set to release their latest mini-album in mid-March. Originating from Nottingham, this eight-track release is the group’s first album (granted, it’s a mini-album) after their previous EP’s: including their issue of ‘Home Truth’s’ that was out last year. ‘I’m Not Giving Up, I’m Just Starting Over’ is exactly what it says on the tin: it’s a journey for the band, and it’s fun to join along the way. Continue reading
From the promoters who brought Moose Blood, Gnarwolves, Creeper, Frank Turner, The Computers and many more to town, Sheer Music are delighted to announce that Liverpool’s Boston Manor will be headlining *arguably* Swindon’s most significant tour-stop venue Level III on Wednesday 24th May 2017. Continue reading
UK emo-rock band Boston Manor have just been announced on the line-up of Slam Dunk Festival in May. They’re also set to make their awaited return to North America this week for a tour with Moose Blood in support of their debut album, ‘Be Nothing’. Continue reading
American Football have confirmed that they’ll be returning to the UK and Ireland this September. Continue reading
With the release of 2014’s fantastic sophomore record Home, Like NoPlace Is There, Massachusetts emo quartet The Hotelier cemented their place as one of the stand out bands of the emo revival scene which has taken alternative music by storm over the past 4 years. Tonight they returned to Glasgow to play a sold out show in the basement of vegan café Stereo to promote their most recent record Goodness. Continue reading
Well, 2016. What can we say? Another great year for lots of reasons, another shit year for lots of reasons. One thing that has shone through is the quality of music turned out this year, once again. This was as tough a job as ever, but here goes… Continue reading
Canterbury-based emo band Moose Blood have announced a small run of intimate shows to coincide with the release of their new album, ‘Blush.’
After the news that they were releasing ‘3 Demos, Reworked’, Brand New have now announced 3 different vinyl releases!
Before they head to our shores in a couple of weeks, The Wonder Years have announced the support for their forthcoming UK tour.
On this sold out show of their tour, Moose Blood fans eagerly queue outside the 1865 in Southampton well before doors open. The band’s debut album ‘I’ll Keep You In Mind, From Time To Time’, was a a huge crater in the world of emo pop punk shrapnel; and that shows tonight. Continue reading