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.
Amping up for their free-entry 10-date UK run – The Death Pledge: Something For Nothing tour kicking off in March, Chuggaboom have released their own version of Sum 41’s Fat Lip.
Check out ‘Fat Lip’ below.
Seizing the opportunity to pay homage to the Canadian punk legends, consider this release an official Chuggaboom™ invitation to the upcoming tour.
Levi Taurus says: “Growing up with “All Killer No Filler” as the soundtrack of our collective childhoods, when the opportunity came to reimagine a classic like Fat Lip, we needed the right motive and the right lyrics. Written to promote our Free Entry UK tour in March ’23 – supporting fans who may otherwise not be able to afford to go to a show, with the chance to enjoy themselves to live music during the cost of living crisis.”
Announcing The Death Pledge: Something For Nothing Free Entry Tour earlier this month, Chuggaboom explained the idea behind their tour: The cost of living is rising for all of us and by working in partnership with some of the UK’s most generous venues, everybody is invited to the “Something for Nothing” tour. This tour is built on the ethos of giving something back to the fans, allowing everyone the opportunity to witness “The Greatest Metalcore Band on Earth” perform some of their greatest hits FOR FREE.
The “Something for Nothing” tour is a commitment from us to the fans and the wider scene to acknowledge the importance of live music, while showcasing the joy it can bring at a time of such hardship.“
The Death Pledge: Something For Nothing – March 2023 dates below:
Boston Manor have announced they are rescheduling the dates of their UK tour until early 2022.
Movements and Jools as support.
You can read a full statement from the band, explaining their reasoning for the decision:
“We have come to the difficult decision to reschedule our UK tour until Feb 2022. These are the new dates and we are excited to add Movements & Jools.
All tickets remain valid for these new dates.
Tours take a lot of work and time to rescheduled and we have been working on this since the emergence of the Delta Variant. We didn’t want to run the risk of cancelling the tour late on you guys yet again so 2022 feels like we will all be fully out of the woods and our fans can see us in the safest way for the rowdiest shows possible.
We were not willing to let COVID destroy a second year for our band entirely, we’ve been busy in the studio and will have new music for you soon as well as soon announcing a USA tour for later this year as America has been in a much more open state for the last couple of months.
Again, that took months to put together.
We have also started a new Twitch channel recently so join us over there if you can at twitch.tv/bstmnruk.
Thanks for understanding, we realise it’s not ideal but we are doing the best we can in what are uncertain times.”
Here are the dates:
Check out the tour dates below.
10 – LONDON Electric Brixton 11 – MANCHESTER Academy 2 12 – NEWCASTLE St Doms 13 – GLASGOW Garage 15 – LEEDS Stylus 16 – BRISTOL SWX 17 – BIRMINGHAM Academy 2 18 – SOUTHAMPTON 1865
As December Falls have a UK tour coming up this year in support of their soon to be released record, ‘Happier’.
But there’s something else. You could open for them.
The band have launched a contest to find bands to open for them in every city they’re going to play in.
There’s 13 dates on the tour so there’s 13 bands that have the chance to open up for them.
The band explain:
“The last 15 months have been really tough for everyone in the live industry and most musicians have had to put their careers on hold all together. We’ve done our best to adapt to the challenges of covid and lockdown and we can’t thank our fans enough for helping us get through it – it’s been tough!
It got us thinking about all the fledgling acts that have been sitting at home, writing tons of new music, bummed out about not being able to rehearse, record or play live as regularly as we did when we first started out.
So when it came to putting our headline tour together, we knew we wanted to try and find the best new bands in each city to join us for a long overdue live show in their hometown.”