ROAM announce second album ‘Great Heights & Nosedives’

ROAM have announced their second album ‘Great Heights & Nosedives’, which will be released via Hopeless Records on 13th October, 2017. The record is the follow up to 2016’s debut ‘Backbone’ and was produced by Kyle Black (State Champs, New Found Glory, Comeback Kid) in Los Angeles, California. Continue reading

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And So I Watch You From Afar premiere new single

Today, Northern Irish rock band And So I Watch You From Afar (ASIWYFA) have announced their return with their new forthcoming album ‘The Endless Shimmering‘. This will be the eclectic quartet’s fifth full length album following on from their widely acclaimed album ‘Heirs’. Alongside the announcement of their new album. the band have also premiered a new video for the first single from the album entitled ‘A Slow Unfolding Of Wings’ with DIY. Continue reading

The Menzingers announce UK & European headline tour in Jan/Feb 2018

The Menzingers have announced an extensive UK and European tour, which is set to kick off on 28th January 2018. The tour will comprise 19 dates across the continent, including a show at o2 Shepherds Bush Empire in London on 3rd February, which will be their biggest headliner so far on these shores. They’ll be bringing Canadian punk band Pup and fellow Phildaelphians Cayetana along for the ride. Continue reading

Introducing… The Jackobins

Liverpool founded quartet The Jackobins may have gone through some line-up changes over the last couple of years, but that hasn’t stopped them from getting down to business and creating brand new, fresh music ready to be admired by many. Their newest track ‘Nightfire’ was released on 5th May and brings forth a new, raw energy that is sure to excite fans of alt-rock. Continue reading

…And The Hangnails – DOG

Fuzzmongering Indie Punk duo from York/London …And The Hangnails are set to release their fourth album “DOG” through Young Thugs Records on 12th May. Mirroring a classic punk sound while delivering a hard new level of noise, this record could be played pretty seamlessly aside their previous release, “Rut”, the only difference being a clear bar raise in production and overall sound. Continue reading