The Dollyrots have released a brand new UK single titled “Still Holding On” to kick off their first ever UK co-headline tour with Don’t Panic and special guest Royals.
““Still Holding On” is the first song we’re releasing off our newest recordings, from the first full album sessions since 2019! It’s a hint of a flavor for the next LP to be released later this year. Since we’ll be touring the UK this month we thought we’d give our friends here a treat and release it exclusive to the United Kingdom.”” says Ogden.
The Dollyrots are currently on a headlining run of the UK. Below are the remaining dates of the tour.
All Time Low have dropped a new track,‘Modern Love,’a new track off their upcoming album, ‘Tell Me I’m Alive’out March 17th on Fueled By Ramen.
Set inside frontman Alex Gaskarth’s heart, the video is a visual feast starring the frontman as “Mr. Modern Love” in a glittery red Elton John-esque suit as he alternates between heartbreak and passion.
“’Modern Love’s a beautiful disaster’ are the words of a desperate, love-sick soul and the main character of our newest song ‘Modern Love,’ who is obsessed with the quest for connection in a world that’ll often break your heart,” said Gaskarth. “The visual piece that accompanies the single and continues the through-line started with ‘Sleepwalking’ was co-directed by myself and our good friend Lupe Bustos.”
Floridian heavy metallers Trivium are back in the UK for an intimate 13 date ‘Goblins and Wizards’ tour
“Since the first UK headline tour in 2005 we’d made it a point to do our best to get out of the big cities and play other ones that might get overlooked or skipped. We looked at old Maiden and Motörhead posters and let that inspire the way we routed this one,” said bassist Paolo Gregoletto.
“Bleed From Within and Orbit Culture are two of our favourite new bands and we are honoured to have them join us. This is going to be the biggest and best metal show to hit your town this summer guaranteed!”
23 Cambridge Corn Exchange 24 Norwich UEA 25 Nottingham Rock City 26 Oxford O2 Academy 28 Stoke Victoria Hall 29 Liverpool O2 Academy 30 Sheffield O2 Academy 31 Newcastle NX
2 Edinburgh O2 Academy 3 Leeds Stylus 4 Bristol Academy 6 Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall 7 Southampton O2 Guildhall
Enter Shikari have shared ‘It Hurts’, the second single to be taken from their highly-anticipated forthcoming album A Kiss For The Whole World, which will be released on 21st April via SO Recordings / Ambush Reality.
‘It Hurts’ follows January’s earth-shaking lead single ‘(pls) set me on fire’. It brings with it a call to switch up our worldview and reassess the ways in which we judge ourselves – all in a flurry of race-to-the-finish-line intensity. Lead vocalist and producer Rou Reynolds explains:
“It Hurts came to me in a dream. Literally. Melody, chords, and fully-formulated chorus were all part of a dream that, thankfully, remained with me when I woke up. I was hiding under the duvet at 3AM, singing it into my phone, much to the bewilderment of my girlfriend.
Lyrically, It Hurts is about perseverance, and the importance of reframing failure as a fruitful and, in fact, pivotal route to progress. Society teaches us we should avoid and criticise failure, when defeat and honest mistakes can actually present us with insights that light our way forward.
In reality, we should be taught that simply to try makes us more than enough.”
Enter Shikari also announced a run of very special album release shows across Europe and the US, as well as special 2023 UK residency shows to take place through Feb, March and April. Many of the pre-sale tickets sold-out in a matter of seconds. Only a few now remain.
Reynolds explains their thinking behind the residency shows: “It’s hard to do anything interesting with live shows today. We wanted to do something different. We’re going to become a local band to five major cities in the UK. It’s going to be interesting to see how the shows evolve every time we return.”
Feb 15 – HERE at Outernet, London, UK – SOLD OUT Feb 16 – New Century Hall, Manchester, UK – SOLD OUT Feb 17 – KK’s Steel Mill, Wolverhampton, UK – SOLD OUT Feb 19 – SWX, Bristol, UK – SOLD OUT Feb 20 – St Luke’s, Glasgow, UK – SOLD OUT Mar 14 – New Century Hall, Manchester, UK – SOLD OUT Mar 15 – St Luke’s, Glasgow, UK – SOLD OUT Mar 16 – KK’s Steel Mill, Wolverhampton, UK Mar 17 – HERE at Outernet, London, UK – SOLD OUT Mar 18 – SWX, Bristol, UK – SOLD OUT Apr 13 – St Luke’s, Glasgow, UK – SOLD OUT Apr 14 – New Century Hall, Manchester, UK – SOLD OUT Apr 15 – KK’s Steel Mill, Wolverhampton, UK Apr 16 – SWX, Bristol, UK – SOLD OUT Apr 17 – HERE at Outernet, London, UK – SOLD OUT
Rude Records artists are going on a three date UK tour featuring Delaire The Liar, Modern Error and Oakman
This spring, Rude Records are going on tour in the UK! In what is set to be a year of firsts, the Milan-based independent label have announced Rude Records Presents: The Getaway Tour. Featuring the visceral Delaire The Liar, enthralling Modern Error and French-based rockers Oakman, the three-date tour will kick off in April.
On the announcement for the tour, A&R and General Manager, Federico Croci says:
“We’re really excited about Rude Records Presents: The Getaway tour taking place in the UK in April. It goes without saying, live shows are vital to artists, especially in their development, and we’re pleased to give our brilliant artists: Delaire The Liar, Modern Error and Oakman, the opportunity to play in these cities before the summer. There’s no doubt it’s going to be a great run of shows, these artists are outstanding in their live performances and we can’t wait to see them on stage”.
Fall Out Boy have announced a new headlining tour of the UK to take place later this year.
The Grammy nominated rock favourites announced that their eighth studio album So Much (For) Stardust will be released March 24th 2023 on Fueled By Ramen/Elektra. The album marks the band’s first new album in more than five years. In July 2021, Fall Out Boy embarked on THE HELLA MEGA TOUR in the US alongside Green Day & Weezer, playing live in front of over 1 million fans on a sold-out global stadium tour and marking the first time the three bands had headed out on the road together.
PVRIS & Nothing, Nowhere will be the supports on the touring dates.
Check out the touring dates below.
27th – First Direct Arena, Leeds
28th – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
29th – AO Arena, Manchester
31st – Utility Arena, Birmingham
The O2, London
Fans who pre-order the new album from their webstore https://falloutboy.lnk.to/store/ will get exclusive pre-sale access to UK and Europe tour tickets. This pre-sale will open Wednesday February 8th at 4pm GMT / 5pm CET and close on Tuesday February 14th at 2pm GMT / 3pm CET. General tickets will be available for purchase from 10am local time on Friday February 17th.
Pierce The Veil are just a few away from releasing their new album, ‘The Jaws Of Life’, but they are already looking ahead to 2024 with some massive UK shows.
The band have announced a new set of dates for the UK, some of their largest to date!
Vocalist Vic Fuentes had this to say about it:
“Our upcoming UK/Europe tour, The Jaws Of Life Tour, will be the biggest undertaking in our band’s history.This is the show that we’ve been dreaming about putting on for our fans ever since we started touring overseas. It’s a monumental celebration of everything that we have all built together over the years.
Since this will be our first time playing in UK arenas and larger European venues, we are bringing everything we have at our disposal to create a special, memorable experience that our fans deserve. If you ever wanted to see our band play live, this will be the tour to see. We are counting the days till then.”
Here are the tour dates.
05 – NOTTINGHAM Motorpoint Arena 06 – MANCHESTER Victoria Warehouse 07 – DUBLIN 3Olympia 09 – GLASGOW Barrowlands 10 – GLASGOW Barrowlands 12 – CARDIFF International Arena 13 – LONDON Alexandra Palace