Music Video Roundup 26/07/19

It’s 4PM on a Friday! This means it’s time for the music video roundup. If you’re new to either the blog or these music video roundup posts, this is how it works. Every week, I watch some of the best recently released music videos and compile them into a list for everyone’s viewing pleasure. They’re span across all the different genres, so expect something different for most of the tracks. The first band on today’s roundup are the ever fantastic Sum 41 and their phenomenal ’45 (A Matter Of Time)’ single where it is a statement from frontman Deryck Whibley on how he feels about the current state of the world.


Moving into the glamourous Palaye Royale, they never had much time to recharge from the release of ‘Fucking With My Head’ as they immediately released ‘Nervous Breakdown’ literally a week after!


How about some Canadians next? Single Mothers have a brand new video out for ‘Metropolis (Cultivated Wasteland)’.

On the track, Drew Thomson (vocals) shared:

“It’s a collaboration between Peter Landi and myself. I had recently moved apartments and my old landlord had sold the building we lived in and kicked everyone out. There was a real estate boom and we were all seemingly in the middle of it.


Moving straight across the pond to Ireland, Fangclub has released a video for the title track of their second record, ‘Vulture Culture’.

On the record as a whole, Steven King (Vocals / Guitar) shared:

“It’s a culmination of a lot of chaos and inner mental violence which almost capsized the band. Making this record got us through the fog and we have a new lease of life. The energy is real, the chaos makes sense and the violence is fuel for the fire.”


Moving again straight across to Wales, the progressive Post-Hardcore Dream State are now a foursome as their Bassist Danny Rayer has since departed which means their latest single ‘Primrose’ which is expected to be a part of their upcoming to be announced debut record is the first release without Rayer.

On ‘Primrose’ vocalist CJ shared:

“Sometimes life will put you to the test, we can find ourselves in these cycles and they present themselves in different forms, when I thought I had broken one of mine, I found myself right back at square one, I was in pursuit of pleasure despite the negative outcomes and I found myself trapped again.

Sometimes we have to fall and fall to truly awaken and conquer our egos. There’s still so much we have to learn about ourselves and this is a chance to express my journey and open the door to anyone fighting the same demons. We want you to see that through darkness, light can be found.”


Keeping things hardcore but going a little harder, have you wondered what Ice Nine Kills are like live? Well, for this video you can! They’ve also recruited members of Reel Big Fish to help them out where the atmosphere? It’s amazing. Check out ‘IT Is The End’ below.


Switching it up to some Lo-fi Punk for Cultdreams next, this duo has a message in ‘Not My Generation” where they confront misogyny as well as right-wing politics.

Lucinda Livingstone (Vocals / Guitar) has shared:

“I see men ignore misogyny, as if it’s not their problem, to act upon their sisters when they get touched inappropriately. While everyone is still suffering, the country that we live in is fucking everything up. Politics and right-wing shit. Not letting other people in. Ignoring what matters, whilst investing in ignorance.”


Heading to the south of England now, and I mean bottom of the country Plymouth as we bring you, metalcore newcomers, Moorhaven and the bands newest single, ‘Land Of Lies’.

Lewis Garry (Guitar) shared: The message to take away is kind of that we’re all these messy, flawed, complicated, sometimes ugly, sometimes pretty people, and you shouldn’t feel pressured to have (or appear to have) a perfect life, because there will be people there for you when things get tough.”


Kentucky here we come! Not literally but this is the location of the penultimate band in the form of post-hardcore trio Too Close To Touch who’ve debuted a video for ‘F.I.N.E’, the band latest single which is the first new music since I’m Hard To Love, But So Are You, Vol. 1’ EP.

Lastly, Asking Alexandria. They’re back for a ride. Fans have recently been calling a phone number where cryptic teasers had everyone hearing, “The violence is coming”.

It’s here. The violence has come. This also marks the first new music for the band since the release of their 2017 self-titled record, if you don’t include acoustic versions they also released in 2018.

Check out ‘The Violence’ below.


And that’s it for another week of music video roundup. Don’t forget to check back next week at 4PM sharp for another countdown of ten of the best recent music videos to feast your eyes upon. There’s also new posts every day on the Almost anything Media so be sure to check out anything that might catch your eye.

Music Video Roundup 31/05/19

It’s 4PM and it’s Friday! This means it’s time for the music video roundup. If you’re new to either the blog or these music video roundup posts, this is how it works. Every week, I watch some of the best recently released music videos and compile them into a list for everyone’s viewing pleasure. They’re span across all the different genres, so expect something different for most of the tracks.

This weeks first video comes from the Californian collective, Black Label Society with ‘Bored To Tears’ which is off the bands reissued ‘Sonic Brew – 20th Anniversary Blend 5.99 – 5.19. Zakk Wylde has said:

“…with the NEW BLACK LABEL SUPAH-EXCITING TECHNICOLOR DREAM COAT HIGH CALORIE BURNING video for ‘Bored To Tears’, I told BLACK LABEL DIRECTOR O’ DOOM & DELIGHT, Father Justin Reich, that I wanted to do an ‘exciting’ and ‘tough’ looking video in the movie genre style of Clint Eastwood & Charles Bronson. After seeing the video, apparently, Father Justin Reich doesn’t know who these LEGENDARY FILM ICONS are or has them confused with two other actors named Clint Eastwood & Charles Bronson. Every time I watch this video, I’m more confused than I was during the previous viewing.”


Up next are the King’s Lynn melodic hardcore group MY Only. They’ve recently released a brand new emotive cut titled as ‘…unfamiliar’, which is a continuation of their previous release, ‘…a death’.

“My Only are demonstrably flawed. Believers in understatement, the four-piece from across the UK are intent on identifying and replaying what makes us human: nuanced and imperfect emotional well-being. ‘…unfamiliar’ explores the aftermath of ‘…a death’. An ending that was long speculated came to fruition. The resulting abjection was crushing. My Only regret was …unfamiliar.”


Moving toward some contemporary Punks channelling the 90’s grunge movement, L’s Ramonda Hammer is moving up in the world with the help of their new single, ‘Better View’.

“Better View is about various fantasies and realities that two people find themselves in when they are trying to get to the best version and perspective of each other,” explains frontwoman Devin Davis of the song’s lyrical content. “It also explores identity — how two people can lose themselves in each other…and identity in the sense of how people feel in their own bodies. That being said, I think emotions and personal qualities have no gender; strength isn’t masculine and nurturing isn’t feminine. Two people in love just put all their non-binary puzzle pieces together and see what kind of picture it makes.”


Moving ahead with their upcming record, Motionless In White are bringing the fright in a new animated video for ‘Undead Ahead 2: The Tale Of The Midnight Ride’. It’s the latest cut from their upcoming record which you can view below.


Moving into some Pop-Punk territory now, The Dangerous Summer has a new video for their single, ‘Bring Me Back To Life’. I’m guessing they had to name change quickly because of the Evanescence track (that’s a terrible joke) but the track is emotional and sweeping for everyone, here it is below.


Everyone’s waiting to hear the Scottish Power Rock duo Vukovi’s new record and every cut from the record just makes us want more and in their next video for ‘Behave’,  this video is fully signed via an animated interpreter.

“Anyone can be a part of Vukovi and we’re always thinking of ways to show that to people. Rather than ‘yet another lyric video’, we decided to create something that would include another demographic of people that I feel are sadly forgotten about at times. We hope you all enjoy.”


For this next video, the Cowboy is back. There’s only one band this can be. Don Broco. They’ve just dropped their video for ‘Half Man, Half God’. It was partially filmed at their Wembley Arena show earlier in 2019.


Continuing their domination of the UK and pushing their latest record, ‘In Moment // In Memory’, the Southampton lads in Our Hollow, Our Home have a spellbinding new release in a video for ‘Disconnect’.

‘Disconnect’ is primarily about dealing with such emotions, those times when you feel that life has taken a drastic shift for the worse and you just can’t quite comprehend the reality of what’s happening around you.” says Vocalist Tobias Young


For the penultimate track, I’ve deviated from this weeks list, just a touch. It’s The Drew Thompson Foundation and yes that’s the Single Mothers vocalist doing what he does best. The videos a little funny which shows a day in the life of Drew’s life with a little bit of everything including Ice Cream thrown into it.


And lastly, they’ve been away for a long while working on their anticipated second record and it’s been well worth the wait. This Irish three-piece new track is apparently their most ferocious track to date.

“It’s a heavy hitter with a lot of massive riffs. Lyrically, songs are always open to interpretation but we will say this, the verses are an inner voice or a devil on the shoulder and the choruses are the volcanic eruptions from deep within. Heavy shit. We know. Can’t help it.”

It can only be the fabulous Fangclub.

And that’s it for another week of music video roundup. Don’t forget to check back next week at 4PM sharp for another countdown of ten of the best recent music videos to feast your eyes upon. There’s also new posts every day on the Almost anything Media so be sure to check out anything that might catch your eye.

Music Video Roundup 24/05/19

It’s 4PM on a Friday! This means it’s time for the music video roundup. If you’re new to either the blog or these music video roundup posts, this is how it works. Every week, I watch some of the best recently released music videos and compile them into a list for everyone’s viewing pleasure. They’re span across all the different genres, so expect something different for most of the tracks.

The first band in this weeks list are the Californian Punks Culture Abuse. They’ve recently released a track titled as ‘Goo’, which is the first piece of new material since their last year’s ‘Bay Dream’.


Keeping things stateside for the next video, the Minnesota Indie Rockers Remo Drive have dropped a video for ‘Around The Sun’. This is a new single to come from their upcoming full-length record, ‘Natural, Everyday Degradation’.

Erik Paulson (Vocals / Guitar) had this to say on the track.

“There’s sadness in routine. Even in the happiest of situations, we’re losing valuable moments or time. All these songs [on the album] are about some sort of warped existence, but through that, I think we ultimately find we can be whatever we want to be.”


Going across to Philadelphia, the Pop-Punkers known as Grayscale are ready to start a new cycle with the release of their single, ‘Painkiller Weather’. This is the first material of new music since the release of their 2017 debut record, ‘Adornment’.


How about we move things across to Canada for this next video? Ahead of their UK tour and set at Download Festival, Sumo Cyco has released a love-driven video, fitting for their new single, ‘Love You Wrong’.

On the track, the band have said:

“‘Love You Wrong’ is a song about the push and pull of a deep epic love. Sometimes love so intense can be unhealthy, other times it can feel like the meaning of life. There’s a tangled web of chemicals dancing between your heart and your brain that can feel like whiplash.”


Shall we move to the British Isles for a few videos? That sounds as if it’s a good idea, keep things fresh. Bring Me The Horizon have a busy summer of festivals ahead of them, playing a set at Radio 1’s Big Weekend and then curating their own day at All Points East in London, it hasn’t stopped the band from releasing a new video. Directed by Chris Muir, the video was shot whilst the band was on tour in Sao Paulo, Brazil earlier this year.

Check out Mother Tongue below.


Moving to some metalcore for the next pick, TheCityIsOurs have a new offering in ‘Bare Bones’. The track features vocals from the Our Hollow, Our Home frontman Connor Hallisey and will act as the lead single from their upcoming debut record, ‘Low’.

Check out ‘Bare Bones’ below.


And for a more lighter feel, the Pop-Rockers on the rise Hot Milk have dropped a brand new video off their debut EP, ‘Are You Feeling Alive’ and this track, it’s ‘Wide Awake’.


Moving across to Ireland for this next band, one that’s been away for a while on the making of their new record, but first the trio Fangclub have a ferocious new track in the form of ‘Hesitations’.

Stephen King (Vocals) has said: “It’s a heavy hitter with a lot of massive riffs. Lyrically, songs are always open to interpretation but we will say this, the verses are an inner voice or a devil on the shoulder and the choruses are the volcanic eruptions from deep within. Heavy shit. We know. Can’t help it.”

Check out ‘Hesitations’ below.


And for the penultimate track, ahead of the Slam Dunk festivities at this weekends festival, Trophy Eyes frontman John Floreani has dropped another track from his upcoming record, ‘Sin’ and this is where things get emotional!


Let’s go loud and energetic for this last track this week. ‘Mushroom Cloud’ is the latest offering from Of Mice & Men, which follows on from the post-apocalyptic narrative they once started with ‘How To Survive’ a few months ago.

On the track frontman Aaron Pauley has shared:

“I was pretty young when I became aware of the danger of spending too much time in my own head… My mind has never been a safe place for me to retreat to, and it’s something I have to consciously deal with on a daily basis. ‘Mushroom Cloud’ is our visceral representation of how it feels to be trapped, how it feels to be cut down by your own inner voice, how it feels to have nowhere to hide, and how it feels to be someone with a mind that’s as dangerous to themselves as the aftermath of an atomic weapon.”

And that’s it for another week of music video roundup. Don’t forget to check back next week at 4PM sharp for another countdown of ten of the best recent music videos to feast your eyes upon. There’s also new posts every day on the Almost anything Media so be sure to check out anything that might catch your eye.



Music Video’s 07/09/2018

Hey everyone, Apologies for not putting out a new post of music videos last week, I’ve been at some job interviews in the last week so time has gotten away from me.

But now, here’s another edition of the Music Video Posts. First up are Glassjaw who have dropped a video for their track, ‘My Conscience Weighs A Ton.’


Next up are Fangclub, a personal favourite band of mine. After the release of ‘True Love’ in June, they have dropped a video for ‘High’ with some amazing visual effects.


Now, coming off with a personal message of a period of We are in a period of instability, adversity, and change… but also it’s a time for hope and possibility… As  Espace The Fate put it, there is the video for I Am Human.


Now, with some Airplay and some videos under their belt, Somerset group Pretty Little Enemy have a new single and a new video in the form of ‘Never Say Goodbye.’


Moving to TheCityIsOurs, this video is centred around the theme of loss and death, in their video for ‘Veins’.


Ever wanted to see what touring life is like for a band who wear Wolves on their heads? Well that’s what the point of this video is in Man With A Mission’s video for ‘Hey Now’.


I’ve been waiting to hear something from this group for a while. Now, this is building up a release from their new record, ‘Mental Knife’ but post-hardcore’s Hail The Sun is a bit arty and more or less sticks to the stop-motion technique in their video for ‘The Stranger In Our Pictures’.


Now let’s go to Canada. Melodic hardcore fave’s Counterparts will be releasing a new EP called ‘Private Room’ and they’ve just dropped the video for ‘Selfishly I Sink’. It’s a B-Side from ‘You’re Not You Anymore’ but now I’m generally excited to see more unreleased music see the light of day.


And the penultimate video. something politically charged? Check. Confronting historical injustice? Check. That’s exact;y what The Fever 333 tackle in their video for Made An America. On the video,  Jason Butler has said: This video was an attempt to offer representation to gravely underrepresented, and ironically prevalent, faction in both music and society. This is an acknowledgment of those whose bodies were exploited in the name of power. The beautiful bodies and souls that have been taken from time and time again to serve the interests of someone else with no regard for their own existence or advancement.


And lastly, last week Bring Me The Horizon dropped the first song off their new era. Now I’m not saying we should be starting or joining any cults but Oli Skyes and co do want me to follow their music more closely. Check out the video for their single, Mantra below.


And that’s it for another week of the best recent music videos. Be sure to check back next week for another round of the ten of the best.

Fanclub Announce New EP

Well, I’ve been waiting for more Fangclub’s new release for a while now and that patience has nearly paid off as the band have announced their new ‘True Love’ EP which is set to drop on June 29th.

They’re already released a new single which will act as the lead track off it, titled as ‘Knife’.



Here is the tracklisting.

  1. Knife
  2. Heart Is A Landmine
  3. Smother
  4. Sweater Forever
  5. High

Live Review: The Cribs @ Middlesbrough Empire

Middlesbrough Empire – 25 – 01 – 18

Support: Paws, Fangclub

Rating 7/10

I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by this gig. I’m not a huge fan of The Cribs but after seen them live in action, I’ve become a fan and will seek out more of their music in the future. I originally came here to interview Fangclub, but I’m always interested to see what bands can do in a live setting. With a little bit of hope though, I waited around for the bands to come on stage to see what they could produce at the Empire in Middlesbrough. The Cribs are originally from Wakefield, just down the road and it’s fantastic to see the indie rockers still going strong over a decade into their careers. The band, made up primarily of the three Jarman brothers are a welcomed sight on Teesside and having the likeness of bands such as The Libertines and The Smiths doesn’t make them all that frightened to see them take to the stage, in fact by the looks of things, it makes them all the more hungry to be on there. Their latest record, 24-7 Rock Star Shit charted at number 8 in the official UK albums chart in 2018.

The opening band, Paws were something different, if not similar to The Cribs as well; a warm-up act though nevertheless. However even if people do not see it, they have the potential to be better than they are and the Glasgow lads will reach new heights, if not now, then soon enough for what lies ahead in their career. Looking back on their performance now though, I’m certain a few people took to them during the set and certainly some nostalgia of the 2000’s era of rock revival was apparent throughout their set. On the other hand, every band I’ve seen at The Empire has gone onto bigger and better things, let’s just hope this band are able to do the same.

Moving onto Fangclub and they were a little lacklustre on the night, especially with tracks from their latest record but building themselves was the key for the foundation of the tour. It was welcomed to see the group here and having spoken to one of their members (Stephen) just a few hours ago, their set is all the more enjoyable. They pride themselves being on one of the next great bands coming out of Ireland and their set proved nothing if not that. With them set for a hectic year, the experience they gain will only make them that much wiser for the future and all the better to watch next time they come up to these parts to play again. They embark on a lengthy UK tour with Milk Teeth in the next few months and being the young rockers they are, combined will see those bands take off if all goes according to plan. Until then, their set is a fairly decent one and see them pick up even more fans on the search for supremacy. Maybe even a UK headlining tour of their own next? Only time will tell on that part I’m afraid, but until then they’ll be enjoying the journey.

Moving onto the headlining act of the night is the Wakefield trio, The Cribs. Anticipation for this band was over the top as I looked around with the audience waiting, holding their breath and looking forward to the stage quite anxiously if I may say. But when Our Bovine Public kicked in, the entire place erupted, in the pit, on the balcony and at the back of the venue. It was all everyone was focussed on as people were engulfed in the music and the showmanship of all members during their set. After a few songs though, the pace began to take shape, but that doesn’t necessarily mean to be a bad thing. What was a welcomed surprise was that everyone in the band had a chance to shine as the brothers did seem out of control for parts and to me that was as close I’ll come to seeing the classic rockstar’s of yesterday but there was something about The Cribs that everyone, myself included just couldn’t deny that was fantastic. Their showmanship was quite unlike any band I’ve recently seen here. Some horizons of their setlist have been mainstays where it shows the bands progressions as musicians where they may once again be demoted to the reserve bench toward the end of the tour although, it was something I’ve been waiting to see for quite a while now.





A Conversation With… Stephen King (Fangclub)

The Empire, Middlesbrough. 25/01/18

So today, I travel down to The Empire, Middlesbrough. A short walk from my University accommodation to a venue which has hosted many legendary bands in the past, but tonight it was The Cribs turn to take to the stage. Firstly though, it’s the supporting band who I’m here to chat with. As I wait to come in, I listen to a few tracks off Fangclub’s debut record; Common Ground and Bad Words. They released their self-titled debut record last summer, to some critical acclaim and it also hit number 5 in the Irish Album Charts.

Formed in 2013, the band are quickly gaining momentum, especially now with their first tour of the year, opening for the legendary band, The Cribs. Receiving a call from their tour manager, I quickly meet him and go inside to meet and chat with Stephen King (no relation to the author) about the record, the origins of their name, festivals and more.




So Stephen, going back to the beginning of the band for a second, Where does the name originate from?

“I was watching a documentary and there was this tribe that tattoos fangs on their arms and ripped fangs of all these different animals. I thought it was kind of cool. I was also a huge fan of this band called Teenage Fanclub, so I thought I’ll just steal that little bit and put a g in it. But it looks pretty good on the T-shirt to.


A little morbid, but what isn’t nowadays?  And now the debut self-titled records about half a year old. How does it feel this far on?

“That’s so weird actually. I haven’t thought about that yet, but no it’s amazing. It’s crazy like we wrote, recorded, funded everything by ourselves, and then luckily got picked up by a label so we could put it out everywhere across the world. It’s very strange. It got to the top five in the charts and nominated for a choice prize music award and of all of these things that we had no idea about. It’s pretty crazy and to think of that album now being half a year-old. We didn’t think that day would ever come out in the first place.”


It just shows the DIY aesthetic really works.

“The DIY aesthetic always works. iIt doesn’t matter if you’re signed to major labels, Indie labels. Whatever you’re doing, if you want it to happen, if you want it to be good you have to do it yourself.


And do you recall any of the writing and recording processes while you were making the record? Were there any secrets?

“Not really.  We did it in a place called Kerry in Ireland, in the middle of nowhere. It’s really isolated so the only real secret of the album is like we really isolated ourselves from everyone. We were in this house in the middle of nowhere and we’re from Dublin which is which is pretty condensed. It forces your mental state to kind of be like this and that desperateness and isolation actually made it into the songs, so you can kind of hear it, which is pretty cool. That’s probably be the only secret we have but apart from that, we recorded the album pretty normal.”


And on that, are there hidden layers to any of the tracks that fans haven’t picked up?

“Every track has these hidden layers and some people have figured it out and some people just enjoy for the Pop elements and the Rock elements, and I just love albums that are a bit more a bit cryptic and you can kind of get different things from them, like The Pixies. They’re my favourites so trying to kind of get that into the album was really important. And then the album artwork does a lot of secret stuff on the front cover if you get the vinyl, we went a bit crazy with that.


But a good album covers a good album cover. Especially if it’s got a bit of cryptic knowledge to it.  Now tonight you’re supporting The Cribs in Middlesbrough. How does it feel to be out this early on in the year?

“It feels great to be honest. We had such an intense year last year with the album coming out and doing a lot of touring. We were on the road constantly and doing some huge shows and huge support slots as well. When it got to Christmas, it was like okay, let’s take a little break here. But I mean day one on this tour was just so good. This been my favourite tour that I’ve been on. The guys in The Cribs are heroes of mine. I never thought that I’d ever get to support them so this all is really crazy to me.


And now you can check it off your wish list.

“Absolutely. It was like we can quit now or something. The albums out, we supported The Cribs. We’re done.  But no, it’s been the easiest tour. Everybody’s getting on really well. Everybody’s healthy. It’s really great.


And on the record what do you enjoy playing live?

“I really like playing Dreamcatcher live. It’s just so fun and it’s easy to play as well. They’re always the best songs if I don’t have to look down. “


I was going to say looking down it can be a can get a bit awkward sometimes. I’d be thinking okay, okay, don’t screw up.

“Absolutely, It’s all about muscle memory.”


And going into a few fun questions now, if you could work on a collaboration with any band who would it be?

“Oh, The Cribs. Have you heard their new record? It’s amazing. I’d love to do a song with them.”


I felt you were going to say them after the last few questions.

“Yeah, when their new record came out 24-7 Rockstar s***, I loved it so much as soon as it came out. Then when our album came out it was on the shelf next to their album. It was this huge moment, and someone sent me a photo of it which blew me away. So, if there was anybody that I could collaborate with or wanted to collaborate with it would be those guys. They’re the only band I feel that are real at the moment. They just want to have fun. They don’t take themselves too seriously and their music is just awesome. “


And if you could sum up your band in three words, what would they be?

“Rock star s*** or method to madness. “


And after this tour, what do you have planned for the rest of 2018? Is it going to be into the hectic year or is it just going to be a bit more mellow?

“Actually, at the very start of the year, we talked to management and everybody about having a more comfortable year and keeping it more chill, but it looks like we’re going to have an absolutely crazy intense year again, and we’re going straight into the studio in February. Then we’re off on another UK and European tour with Milk Teeth, which is going to be amazing because they’re awesome. Apart from that, I think we’re going to be doing festivals and tours until the end of the world.”


What would the ideal festival be for you?

“I really like the line-ups for Two Thousand Trees and Camden Rocks have always had a cool festival. With just those festivals, I look at them and the entire line-up is like my playlist. It’s all the music I own, all the bands opening the festival, it’s awesome. There’s the dream ones like Reading & Leeds or Glastonbury but you know I love those smaller ones that aren’t small anymore and now there’s always small ones popping up around the UK where it’s the quality of bands playing, and music is just intensely great. We don’t really see that in Ireland. Over here, there’s big festivals, and then the smaller festivals that are really good too, but they don’t get the..”



“Yeah, the attention. They don’t get the biggest bands like others and over here you seem to just get every great band that’s going around.


And do you have any final words?

“Remember me as a kind soul.”


You can watch the video for Fangclub’s track ‘Animal Skin’ below.


You can find Fangclub’s music on Itunes, Amazon, Google Play and Spotify.

You can also follow them through their social media accounts via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


You can catch Fangclub supporting Milk Teeth’s upcoming UK Tour. Here is where they’ll be playing.


March 2018

13th – Bristol, Exchange

14th – Oxford, Bullingdon

15th – Liverpool, Buyers Club

16th – Huddersfield, Parish

17th – Edinburgh, Mash House

19th – Manchester, The Deaf Institute

20th – Birmingham, Mama Roux’s

21st – Milton Keynes, Craufurd Arms

23rd – London, Camden Underworld

24th – Bournemouth, The Anvil

25th – Plymouth, The Junction



Milk Teeth Announce UK Tour

You ready for 2018 tours? Well, just in case you aren’t Milk Teeth have announced a huge UK tour for March.

If you’ve just seen them on the run with Good Charlotte, then you’ve not seen anything yet.

The tour is in support of their latest EP, ‘Go Away’ and will see them supported by the awesome bands known as Fangclub and Nervus.

Here is where they’re playing.


13th – Bristol Exchange

14th – Oxford Bullingdon

15th – Liverpool Buyers Club

16th – Huddersfield Parish

17th – Edinburgh Mash House

19th – Manchester Deaf Institute

20th – Birmingham Mama Roux’s

21st – Milton Keynes Carfaurd Arms

23rd – London Camden Underworld

24th – Bournemouth The Anvil

25th – Plymouth The Junction


Fangclub Announce UK Tour

Irish rockers Fangclub will kick off 2018 with a bang on their new headlining UK tour.

They’ll be playing a four date tour towards the end of January. Here are the dates.


23rd – Leeds – The Lending Room

25th – Glasgow – The Garage (The Attic)

26th – Birmingham – Sunflower Lounge

27th – London – Thousand Island