Muncie Girls announce headline shows

To cap off a summer that’s already seen Muncie Girls tour Australia, play Glastonbury Festival, 2000trees and more, the Exeter trio are gearing up to round off the season with performances at Reading & Leeds Festivals and Bingley Live. In addition to the final festivals of the summer, Muncie Girls will play five headline shows across the country, kicking off at the end of August. Continue reading

Gnarwolves head back to Swindon

Well it’s official, TCOV favourites and hottest properties in UK punk Gnarwolves are heading back to Swindon on date 2 of a short UK tour!


They wanted to come back, which makes perfect sense as last time they were here they nearly took the roof off the place. Heralded as heroes, they put in a fantastic show to a packed room and since then have gone on to release a debut album, tour all over Europe and play the main stage at Reading and Leeds. Standard. Exactly a week after they play Swindon they’re playing Osaka, Japan which sort of showcases the torpedoing upwards trajectory these lads are (still) on.

Their self-titled album featured on many end-of-year lists in 2014 (including ours!) and was the delivery of 3 EPs worth of promised talent. I hear they’re already working on new material too – the grind doesn’t stop.

Tickets are a steal at £7 and are available directly from The Vic, or at WeGotTickets ( and See Tickets (

Check out the video below for Bottle To Bottle – it’s one of those awesome vids with live footage in, we love them we do.

Tour support is Plymouth punks Boxkite (Bandcamp) and local support comes from As The Sun Sleeps (Bandcamp)

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The Colour Of Vinyl’s guide to Reading & Leeds 2014

For many, August Bank Holiday isn’t August Bank Holiday without packing up and heading to either Little John’s Farm or Bramham Park. These places are of course, the locations of the world famous Reading & Leeds Festivals, which are gearing up for their 2014 editions this weekend with the gates opening to general admission tomorrow! In light of this, The Colour Of Vinyl has checked out the line up and given an insight to the bands you need to see…
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