Snow Ghosts have announced the release of their third album, A Quiet Ritual, out May 3rd via fabric’s Houndstooth label (pre-order here). The band have also released the brand-new single, ‘Rip’, the first track to be taken from the album.
A chaotic blend of visceral, frenzied energy and haunting lyricism, ‘Rip’
Australian psych-surf-rockers Ocean Alley have announced three UK headline dates in August, with shows in London, Glasgow and Manchester. Tickets will go on sale at 9am on Friday (8th March) and will be available here.
“We can’t wait to return to the UK in August,” say the band. “Last time was
“Man,” Bryan Adams quips after he brings the house down at the FlyDSA Arena with a cinematic, stadium-sized rendition of Summer of ’69. “If I’d have known you were going to sing like that, I’d have played it earlier.”
Genial guffaws abound, and not for the first time tonight either.
“I saw New Order in 1984 when I was a student, you know,” says the man standing next to me as we wait eagerly, only minutes before Peter Hook & The Light are expected to start their set.
It isn’t 1984, it’s February 2019. Unlike the man next to me, I
Three more days of rock, roll and roast pork and “last man standing” is becoming an ever more recurring theme.
“Last man” might mean, literally, the last remaining member of a particular touring band or maybe a sole representative plying their wares.
Opener Eric Bell – judging by his frail frame –
Deaf Havana today announce the release of their live album, Deaf Havana Live At Brixton Academy. The 21-track live album features songs performed at their monumental, raucous Brixton Academy date which took place in December last year to a huge crowd of over 4,500 people. The show marked their biggest headline gig to date