Vukovi Announce Headlining UK Tour

Scottish 2 piece VUKOVI have todayannounced their biggest headline tour for UK and Europe for this October. The band also recently announced details on their new album NULA, which is out the 7th October via LAB Records.

Speaking about the tour Janine said ‘Equally excited, proud and apprehensive having our biggest headline tour to date go on sale during such economically hard times but we believe in our music, our message and our fans. It is going to be an unforgettable experience’

Pre-orders for the upcoming record, ‘NULA’ can be Mae via the following link.

Check out the touring dates below.

12th – LEEDS/STYLUS
13th – MANCHESTER/ ACADEMY 3
14th – LONDON/GARAGE
16th -BRIGHTON/CHALK
17th – BRISTOL/FLEECE
19th -BIRMINGHAM / 02 INSTITUTE 2
29th -NEWCASTLE / STUDENTS UNION

30th – SWG3, GLASGOW

SeeYouSpaceCowboy Announce UK Tour

Following the release of their critically acclaimed album “The Romance Of Affliction,”SeeYouSpaceCowboy prepare to embark on their first UK/EU headline tour set for June 2022. Support now comes from Graphic Nature and Cauldron. 

The band will also appear at this year’s Outbreak Festival (UK)

Speaking on the upcoming tour, vocalist Connie Sgarbossa comments: “We had so much fun this past fall on our US tour in support of The Romance Of Affliction, and we are so excited to do our first proper headline tour over in the UK and Europe.”  

Guitarist Ethan Sgarbossa adds “We’re super excited to get back overseas for the first time in a couple of years. Static Dress and Cauldron are two of our current favourite bands and we can’t wait to share the road with them.”

Check out the touring dates below.

18.06.22 UK Birmingham, The Flapper 
19.06.22 UK Leeds, Key Club 
20.06.22 UK London, New Cross Inn 
21.06.22 UK Bristol, Exchange
22.06.22 UK Glasgow, Classic Grand 

23.06.22 UK Manchester, Outbreak Festival

Press Club Releases New Single & Video For ‘Cancelled’

At 0:00 ‘Cancelled’s heart-rate monitor starts ticking. The song is a rigid dynamo. A creative embellishment on their previous releases, with a refined attention to detail. The crude elements of Press Club are on the catwalk as lead singer Natalie Foster demands “who said I can’t do this better? Who says I can’t live forever!”

‘Cancelled’ is the first of Press Club’s new self-produced works to see light of day, and despite its title, bears no reference to show cancellations, nor cancel culture. The song’s lyrical content is actually an honest stocktake of one’s former self, in crystallite retrospect. In the engine room Frank Lees (drums) and Iain MacRae (bass) lurch ‘Cancelled’ forward like two indefatigable pistons. The deft guitar work of Greg Rietwyk, at times hostile, becomes the perfect melodious compliment for Foster at the most opportune moments.

The new single is delivered with the perfect visual accompaniment shot by longtime collaborator, friend and video director Nick Manuell the video clip for ‘Cancelled’ captures the fierce grit of the track.

Check out the UK Touring Dates below.

June 2022

Wed 8 June – The Joiners, Southampton UK
Thu 9 June – The Horn, St Albans, UK
Fri 10 June – Download Festival, Donnington UK
Sat 11 June – The Walks Stadium, Kings Lynn U

Gogol Bordello Announces Special Intimate London Show

Returning to London for the first time since 2017, self-proclaimed gypsy punk rockers GOGOL BORDELLO will be performing a special, intimate show at London’s Electric Brixton on Saturday, July 16th. As the final show of the band’s European tour, £5 ofeach ticket purchased will be donated by the band to Care.org’s Ukrainian Crisis Response. An option for additional donations will be available as well.

O2 PRESALE: MON 9 MAY @ 10AM UK
LN PRESALE: TUE 10 MAY @ 10AM UK
ON SALE: WED 11 MAY @ 10AM UK

“London always responded raucously to what we do, perhaps because of its own class struggles” says frontman Eugene Hütz, “Punk and hardcore is like a cultural-
humanitarian corridor between all countries that deals with those issues, and a lot of it developed and grew muscles here. We are always excited to energise that corridor.”

“Since the beginning of invasion, London has been a very central place of support for
Ukraine’s Victory – not only with fundraising events, but with every tangible kind of
support to bring about Ukraine’s Victory as fast as possible,” 
he continues. “We
appreciate it tremendously. Much respect for that.”

Bearing witness as his homeland endured the heinous barrage of a violent and deadly invasion from Russia, Eugene recently joined forces with Les Claypool of Primus to collaborate on ‘Zelensky: The Man With the Iron Balls’ a joint release to rally support for the Ukrainian people. The track also features Stewart Copeland, Sean Lennon, Billy Strings, and fellow Gogol bandmate Sergey Ryabtsev. Proceeds from the sale of the single will be donated to Nova Ukraine, a nonprofit organisation dedicated to providing humanitarian aid to the people of Ukraine.

In addition, Eugene collaborated with NYC punk stalwart Jesse Malin for a cover of The Pogues’ classic ‘If I Should Fall From Grace With God’. Released exclusively via Bandcamp, all proceeds for this single will benefit the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation, which “supports the development of democracy, a free-market economy and human rights in Ukraine, and the strategic partnership between the U.S. and Ukraine.”

Furthering their support from the Solidaritine Tour, GOGOL BORDELLO have teamed up with Cauze, a modern Donor Advised Fund, who will collect proceeds from the tour to donate to Care.org’s Ukrainian Crisis Response. For more information, please visit their website – HERE

Dance Gavin Dance Announce New Track, ‘Synergy’ Feat Rob Damiani Of Don Broco

Chart topping, Sacramento sextet, Dance Gavin Dance have dropped their first new music in almost 2 years today, with the release of brand new single, “Synergy” featuring guest vocals from Rob Damiani of Don Broco. The track comes accompanied by an official music video and is the first to feature fan favourite guitarist, Andrew Wells, as an official, full-time member of the band.

Check out the track, ‘Synergy’ below.

Speaking on the new music, Dance Gavin Dance drummer, Matt Mingus shares: “We hope you check out our new track Synergy. This song features all the components that are require for a tasty DGD treat – epic technical guitars catchy melodies, and groovy drum parts! Be sure to also check out the music video that accompanies it and enjoy!”


Dance Gavin Dance have also announced the supports for their upcoming UK tour this autumn. The band will be supported by Caskets, Volumes and Eidola. Tickets are on sale now via the following link.

You can see the band at the following dates:

8th September 2022 – Stylus Leeds UK
9th September 2022 – o2 Ritz Manchester UK
10th September 2022 – Garage Glasgow UK
12th September 2022 – o2 Institute Birmingham UK
14th September 2022 – Engine Rooms Southampton UK
15th September 2022 – SWX Bristol UK
16th September 2022 – o2 Shepherds Bush Empire London UK
19th September 2022 – Melkweg Amsterdam NL
20th September 2022 – Ubel & Gefarlich Hamburg DE
21st September 2022 – Columbia Theatre Berlin DE
22nd September 2022 – Essigfabrik Cologne DE

As December Falls Release Crushing New Track, ‘Go Away’

As December Falls have dropped their first new music since the release of their ‘Happier’ record last year.

‘Go Away’ is an intense slice of Pop-Rock intensity with the attitude to match the bands sound.

Check out ‘Go Away’ below.

The band have also announced a UK tour for later this year. Below are the following dates:

OCTOBER

06 – GLASGOW  Cathouse
07 – LEEDS Stylus
08 – MANCHESTER Academy 3
10 – CARDIFF Globe
11 – BOURNEMOUTH Old Fire Station
12 – BRISTOL Fleece
14 – BIRMINGHAM Institute
15 – BRIGHTON Patterns
16 – LONDON Islington Academy
18 – NOTTINGHAM Rescue Room

Magnolia Park & Lil’ Lotus Announce UK Tour

Magnolia Park and Lil Lotus have announced a string of UK shows ahead of their appearance at this years Slam Dunk Festival

Support will be coming from SMRTDEATH as well.

Smrthdeath:

So that’s Magnolia Park

And Lil Lotus

And here are the dates for the tour.

June 2022

3rd – Temple Newsam Park, Leeds *SLAM DUNK FESTIVAL*

3rd – Facedown, London

4th – Hatfield Park, Hatfield *SLAM DUNK FESTIVAL*

5th – Mama Roux’s, Birmingham (NO MAGNOLIA PARK)

5th – Rebellion, Manchester

7th – Loft, Southampton

Spiritbox Announce UK Show Supports

Spiritbox are set to play two massive UK shows or this summer, their debut headliners in the country.

And there’s been a question of just who will be supporting the band on each date.

The first? Vexed.

And on the first night, the unstoppable Static Dress will get things moving.

And the second? The absolutely fantastic Caskets

Both night are now SOLD OUT.

The nights will at place at the O@ Academy Islington, London on 13th and 14th June 2022.

Slam Dunk Festival Announce Stage Splits

After the amazing additions to this years Slam Dunk Festival, the lineup has been split into the stages!

Caskets as well as Between You & Me have been added to the lineup as well!

Alexisonfire
Beartooth
The Used
The Amity Affliction
Electric Callboy
Cancer Bats
Silverstein
Counterparts
Cassyette

Neck Deep
The Story So Far
The Wonder Years
Motion City Soundtrack
Knuckle Puck
KennyHoopla
Hot Milk
Meet Me @ The Altar
Beauty School

Sum 41
Dropkick Murphys
The Interrupters
Pennywise
Streetlight Manifesto
The Vandals
Hot Water Music
The Bronx
The Suicide Machines

Deaf Havana
3OH!3
Stand Atlantic
Mod Sun
The Summer Set
With Confidence
Punk Rock Factory
Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!
Yours Truly
Between You & Me

Nova Twins
Mom Jeans
Spanish Love Songs
The Flatliners
Hot Mulligan
Point North
Magnolia Park
Lil Lotus
As December Falls
Pinkshift
Bears In Trees
MC Lars
In Her Own Words
SMRTDEATH
DeathbyRomy
Caskets 

Slam Dunk Festival will take place on June 3rd and 4th at Temple Newsam Leeds and Hatfield House respectively.

Paris Reschedule UK Tour Dates To 2023

Pvris have announced they have rescheduled their upcoming UK Touring dates back to 2023.

Lynn Gunn explains:

“The original Spring 2022 headline tour dates were meant to be accompanied by a brand new PVRIS album.

Due to the unlimited amount of obstacles and setbacks brought on from the pandemic along with being placed in limbo by our old label; the lack of space, lack of time, lack of budget and conflict of priorities/interest regarding the PVRIS brand and community (from them not us) proved it nearly impossible to have this album written, recorded, conceptualized, up to standard and ready for your consumption by the time of this tour.

I never want to compromise the creative quality of our music and visuals. This is something that unfortunately had to be done too many times on this past album cycle (we gave it our best despite the circumstances). I refuse to do that moving forward. PVRIS deserves better and you deserve better, as you are the sole reason we get to do what we do.

Our Spring tour will be moved to 2023. PVRIS is now free to move into this next chapter.
Thank you for your patience. Album in progress.
Let’s make this the best one yet.

See you soon.
– PVRIS”

And here are the dates:

January 2023

22nd – Academy, Manchester

23rd – Academy, Glasgow

25th – Institute, Birmingham

26th – Brixton Academy, London