Have All Time Low Released Their New Logo?

All Time Low have apparently revealed their latest logo in a new video.

The band have been teasing a brand new era for the band over the last few weeks and now, we have a small glimpse to just what could be in store for the future.

The short clip features all the logos set from the last few years as well as their latest, a sun with an eye in the centre of the frame.

Check it out below.

In addition to this, the band have also posted a link to a video premiering on Youtube for tomorrow, January 21st 2020 at 5am UK time, with the date ‘012120’.

Is a new track on the horizon? I suppose we’ll find out soon enough.

Milk Teeth Announce New Record, UK Tour Dates

Milk Teeth are well and truly back now! They’ve been a little silent toward the end of 2019, apart from the short UK run with Nervus, it’s time for them to conquer 2020 with the announcement of their new record!

It’s going to be a self-titled record which will be coming out via their new label Music For Nations on March 27th 2020.


Details of the record including Album Artwork, Tracklisting and Pre-orders are available below.


  1. Given Up
  2. Flowers
  3. Dilute
  4. Better
  5. Transparent
  6. Sharks
  7. Medicine
  8. Destroyer
  9. Smoke
  10. Circles
  11. Wanna Be

Album Art.


The lead single off the record, ‘Transparent’ is available to stream now.

Check it out below.

Pre-orders are available via the following links. Label Webstore, Google Play.

But that’s not all because don’t forget they’re headed out on a headlining UK tour with Potty Mouth and Koji!

Here are the dates.

April 2020

1st – Tunbridge Wells Forum *Milk Teeth & Koji Only*

2nd – London Academy Islington

3rd – Cambridge Portland Arms

5th – Brighton Patterns

6th – Norwich Waterfront Upstairs

7th – Leeds Key Club

8th – Newcastle Think Tank Underground

9th – Glasgow King Tuts

10th – Manchester Academy 3


Lizzy Farrall Announces Debut Record, ‘Bruise’

This is one I’ve certainly been waiting for, for a while but the time is coming and it’s looking PURPLE!

Of course, I’m talking about the British Singer / Songwriter Lizzy Farrall whom has finally announced the details of her full-length record.

Titled as ‘Bruise’, it’s set to be released on March 27th 2020 via Pure Noise Records.

Check out the cover artwork, tracklisting, streaming of lead single, ‘Addict’, and the pre-order options below.

Album Art.



  1. Addict
  2. Gas Lighting
  3. Yellow Paint
  4. Love No More
  5. Games
  6. Knocked For A Six
  7. Knight Rider
  8. Balloon
  9. Okay
  10. Barbados

Lead Single – ‘Addict’

Pre-orders are available via the Label’s Webstore, Amazon, Itunes and Google Play.

Woes Have Broken Up (2016-2019)

The lads in the Scottish Pop Punk troupe Woes have announced they’re breaking up! They’re citing difficulties balancing the band and “real life” as the main reasons behind their disbandment. Before they’re ending things, they’ve announced a short run of shows, ending at Glasgow at the end of the month.

The full statement from the band can be found below.

“Hey y’all. Unfortunately it’s time for us to end our amazing run. It may seem a little strange to bring an end to it after our most successful year as a band but unfortunately the pressure of managing a busy band and “real” life has been building up for a while now. For the sake of our health, happiness and wellbeing we couldn’t continue as Woes any longer. We achieved everything we could ever have dreamed of. We travelled to amazing places, with amazing people, played amazing shows, and made amazing friends. Most importantly though, we managed to spread a positive message, bring people together and hopefully be part of the memories you will all hold dear to you for a long time. I know we won’t forget all of our adventures together any time soon.

“Thank you for being a part of it, it means more to us than you could ever know. Some of us have plans to release more music, more info when we have it.

“Come see us at our final shows. Positive Vibes Gang 2016 – Forever.”

But aside from this, Woes will be one man down for the final shows, with their drummer, Ryan Neish stating that he will be stepping back and not appearing with the band for the final shows.

Ryan’s statement is as follows:

“Regarding the last Woes shows I will not be playing with the band, personally I refuse to allow a bad vibe [to] affect my performance    and I wouldn’t like to see any of you lovely people see me in a horrible mood. The decision doesn’t come easy but there are some people in this world that you just can’t be around and I’m not good at hiding how I feel, I want you guys to remember me being Reem and smashing my drum kit, not playing out of angry and being negative. Sorry to anyone that was looking forward to hanging, hope you understand, I honestly love you all so much and I can’t believe I’ve been blessed with getting to meet and talk to so many of you. Enjoy the shows and give the band the sendoff it deserves.”



Here are the final dates for Woes.

January 2020

30th – Carlisle The Brickyard

31st – Liverpool Jimmy’s

February 2020

1st – Scunthorpe Cafe INDIEpendent

29th – Glasgow Cathouse Nightclub

Danny Worsnop Announces Solo UK Tour

He’s back!

Danny Worsnop is coming to tour the UK for a run of headline UK shows in support of his latest effort, ‘Shades Of Blue’, which was released in 2019.

He’ll be starting with the Think Tank in Newcastle on March 17th 2020 before playing further several shows before the final date in Southampton on March 23rd 2020.

Here are the dates.

March 2020

17th –  Newcastle Think Tank?

18th – Glasgow Garage 2

19th – Manchester Rebellion

20th – London Boston Music Room

21st – Birmingham Asylum

22nd – Bristol The Lanes

23rd – Southampton Joiners

Derek Sanders (Mayday Parade) Is Releasing A Solo EP

He’s going solo now! (Releasing some covers that is!)

Derek Sanders of Mayday Parade is releasing a debut EP of covers with is set to drop on February 14th 2020 via Rise Records.

The EP’s going to be called ‘My Rock And Roll Heart’, which will consist of five stripped back covers originally by Jimmy Eat World, Something Corporate, Saves The Day, The Juliana Theory and Goodbye Love.

On the upcoming release, Derek has shared:

“When I started getting into music, I got an acoustic guitar when I was ten years old. I spent all of my time with that guitar, just learning to play and writing my first songs. I’ve been in so many bands since then, and it’s cool to go back to playing acoustic and singing the way it all started.”

Check out the first cover, Jimmy Eat World’s ‘A Praise Chorus’.

Sum 41 Cancel Show After Explosive Device Is Detonated Near Venue

Sum 41 were forced to cancel a show in Paris, France a few days ago (January 18th 2020) after an explosive device was detonated near the venue.

Thankfully, nobody was injured and the band took the decision to cancel the show, posting the following statement:

“During load in for tonight’s performance in Paris, an explosive device was detonated just outside of the venue door. Band, crew, the fans in line are all safe, and there were no injuries. Due to the intimate nature of our ‘Personal Space’ performances, we are unable to guarantee the safety of the fans in attendance. We are deeply saddened to announce that tonight’s show has been canceled. More information to follow.”


Okay….. Now I’m Back.

Right, it’s been a few months (possibly more) than when I updated everyone about my situation. The Mac broke down, so I ended up buying a new computer. It took a while to get to me and then life just took over for a while. So many hours had been coming to me at work and a few personal problems kept getting in the way of everything else but I still managed to get to a few gigs in-between of things. But enough of the sad real-life, rubbish.

Moving forward to 2020 however, I have a few plans to start with.

  1. Get back to regular posting including Music Video and Introducing countdowns.
  2. Reviewing more live shows and Singles / Records
  3. Starting up the A Conversation With…. series (possibly with a new title just in case of legal troubles)

That’s enough for now but I cannot wait to get started again, especially with some great bands releasing music this year.