Lowlives Debut Video For New Track, ‘I Don’t Like You’

West Coast rockers Lowlives have debuted a video for their track, ‘I Don’t Like You’, following the premiere over on BBC Radio One’s Rock Show With Daniel P Carter.

It’s been released as part of a 3-track effort of the same name, including a b-side called ‘Church’ along with an acoustic version of ‘I Don’t Like You’.

Vocalist/guitarist Lee Downer had this to say about putting the song together.

“The writing process for ‘I Don’t Like You’ came about really fast. I’d had the main riff of the song for such a long time, it’s pretty much the first thing I play when I’m trying out guitars and I oddly never tried to work it into a song. At the time we had a huge batch of songs written that were all pretty fast tempo wise, but I really wanted to have one that had that quiet/loud Pixies kinda vibe where it’s pretty much the same riff throughout the whole song.”

Check out the video for the track below.

The three track ‘I Don’t Like You’ EP is available now.

You can purchase/download it via Bandcamp.

Yungblud Covers Taylor Swift / Avril Lavigne, Announces Virtual Tour

Yungblud’s stopped by Radio 1!

He popped into the live lounge where he performed a mash up of Taylor Swift’s ‘Cardigan’ with Avril Lavigne’s ‘I’m With You’.

Check it out below.

In addition to this, he’s announced that even though gigs aren’t going ahead with people, he’ll still be playing virtually in the Weird Time Of Life Virtual Tour, a digital version of life on the road.

Here are the dates.


16th – London

17th – Glasgow

18th – Manchester

19th – Dublin

Just like with real gigs, there will be limited tickets so you better act fast when they go on sale. You don’t have to be from the city to buy a ticket. 

If you pre-order ‘Weird!’ before Thursday (October 01) 9:30am (bst) you’ll get access to the pre sale happening on the same day at 1 pm (bst).

Then general sale will be available on Friday (October 01) from 5pm (bst). All the links are available via the following link.

BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2020 To Take Place Remotely

BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend isn’t cancelled this year!

However due to the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic, it will take place remotely for the first time ever.

The event was due to take place May 22nd – 24th 2020 in Dundee’s Camperdown Park but now it was officially cancelled backing March. Now though, over 100 artists will be performing live sets for fans.

Biffy Clyro, Sam Smith, Anne-Marie, Young T and Rita Ora have been announced to perform with the event hosting across five ‘stages’ (the Radio 1 Stage, the Radio 1 Dance Stage, the Headliner Stage, the 1Xtra Stage and the BBC Music Introducing Stage) and many more acts which will be announced in the coming weeks.

On playing the festival, Biffy have said:

“We are delighted to be performing at Radio 1’s Big Weekend UK 2020.” “As much as we’d love to be performing live onstage, this will be a whole new experience for us and we cannot wait!”

Radio 1 Breakfast host Greg James adds: “I’m so pleased we can bring the listeners a brand new version of our Big Weekend this year. It’s our absolute favourite event of the year and we love saying thanks to our listeners for being such a big part of the radio station. It’ll be a great opportunity to re-live some of our favourite performances from over the years and although it’ll be a technical nightmare, having some new performances from artists’ houses will be great for everyone to have something fun to watch and listen to over the Bank Holiday Weekend. And if it all goes wrong, we can just blame the pandemic and say that at least we tried.”

New All Time Low Song Incoming!

Well, all that mysterious activity that All Time Low has been doing is finally revealed! They’re going to be releasing a new song which will be premiere on Nick Grimshaw’s breakfast show at 8.15 (UK Time).



They’ve been teasing us so much this week, including an image that reads “I don’t believe in saints”.


Hopefully, this will be shedding some light on all this activity, a new album perhaps? Music video? I always enjoy them. Well fingers crossed all will be revealed.

BBC Radio Announce Location for Big Weekend 2017!

BBC Radio 1 have announced the location for 2017’s Big Weekend Festival!

The venue has been selected as Burton Constable Hall in Hull which will take place 27-28th May.

The first artists announced are Little Mix, Kings of Leon and Stormzy which more to be announced.

Tickets are given away over a two day period which are yet to be announced.

Here’s a few performances from last years festivals: