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From Monday 18 February 2019

Mat Kerekes (Citizen frontman) releases video for new single ‘Diamonds’

Ahead of the release of his solo album, ‘Ruby’, Mat Kerekes (perhaps better known to you as the frontman of Citizen), has released his new single ‘Diamonds’, accompanied with a rather outrageous and entertaining video. The track combines a number of influences, but most noticeably, there are elements that will

She’s A Punk: Episode 4 – Editor-in-Chief of Punktastic, Penny Bennett

Sunday 17 February 2019

LIVE: You Me At Six @ Scala, London

Since the release of their latest album ‘VI’ back in early October, You Me At Six have barely allowed themselves a break. From embarking on two tours concurrently here in the UK in December, to an extensive European tour, the five members of this band have been

Friday 15 February 2019

Gloo premiere video for ‘Stop & Stare’

Despite being completely DIY – working without a label or management of any description – Gloo have managed to self-release and album that has resulted in them being popular enough to embark on UK and (yet to be announced) EU tours. The video for the track ‘Stop & Stare’ is

Monday 11 February 2019

Our Hollow, Our Home release video for ‘Wraiths’

Southampton’s metalcore 5-piece Our Hollow, Our Home are back with the video for their much-loved track ‘Wraiths’. The video comes just in time for their UK tour to kick off at the end of the week in support of their latest album ‘In Moment // In Memory’, released in October

Friday 01 February 2019

Erica Drive – ‘The Hate, The Hurt, The Healing’

British band Erica Drive depict almost everything you think of when you hear the words ‘pop-punk’. Almost. While consistently drawing from classic pop-punk beats and riffs, alongside a combination of typically angst-ridden and motivational, uplifting lyrics, they also refuse to fall into the

Thursday 31 January 2019

Bristol’s Booze Cruise announces second wave of acts

For the first time, European’s fast-growing DIY festival is coming to the UK, taking place across various venues in Bristol. The 18+ festival takes place from May 24 to 26, and joining names already announced, such as Tiny Moving Parts and Ducking Punches, are: Apologies, I Have None, Mercy Union (featuring

Wednesday 30 January 2019

Community Festival just got even bigger with four new acts announced

Finsbury Park’s one day summer fest has just had four new bands added to the bill. Community Festival goers already had the likes of The Kooks, Blossoms and Sea Girls to look forward to, and now have an excuse to get even more excited with the addition of The Hunna,

Slam Dunk add ten more bands to the 2019 bill

As if Slam Dunk wasn’t already massive this year, ten more bands have been added to the lineup. Joining the likes of All Time Low, NOFX and Bad Religion, are Lights, Wage War, Plain White T’s, Hellogoodbye, Touche Amore, Tigers Jaw, Wallflower, Employed To Serve, Microwave and Our Hollow Our Home. Slam Dunk will take place in Leeds and Hatfield on

Tuesday 29 January 2019

Deaf Havana drop music video for ‘Holy’

If there was ever any doubt that Deaf Havana have taken their career to a whole new level since the release of ‘Rituals’, their video for single ‘Holy’ – which dropped today – will surely quash it. Filmed at the band’s packed out O2 Academy Brixton show that took place