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Failsafe Announce The Release Of ‘Routines’ And Accompanying EP

Following the untimely death of Matt Cogley, Preston’s Failsafe have announced they are to give their 3rd album, ‘Routines’, a proper release and donate a portion of proceeds to the mental health charity CALM. A full statement is on the band’s website. Drummer Rob gave this

Friday 10 April 2015

Failsafe Statement On Matt Cogley And The Future Of The Band

In their first statement since the untimely death of Matt Cogley, the band’s guitarist, on new year’s day, Failsafe have talked of their sorrow and the plans for continuing his memory through the music. Please read the whole thing, but here is the quote on

Monday 24 March 2014

Failsafe Play Rare Show This Thursday

Preston punks Failsafe play a rare show this Thursday in Manchester at the Ruby Lounge. Support comes from The Arcadia Verses and it’s only 3 quid in on the night, on the door.

Monday 06 June 2011


Failsafe performing at Slam Dunk 2011, Hatfield on 29th May 2011

Sunday 05 December 2010

Donate to Failsafe!

Failsafe – Preston rock warriors, minor TV celebrities and absolute dudes are asking for your help to raise the cash to record their third album. We’ll let them explain.. We’ve long been championing this lot

Sunday 16 November 2008

Failsafe – Camden Underworld

Mark the date: Monday 10 November 2008. After nearly nine months since recording Failsafe finally gives birth to a second child. Sophomore album The Answer Is? hits the shelves heralding in what should be a new era for the Preston five. Tonight, a

Thursday 27 September 2007

Failsafe – Brighton Centre

Failsafe with support from The Misnomer, Whisper the Image & Go and Come Back Brighton Freebut 25th September 2007 Tonight at the Freebutt, entry is free and evidently a few of the locals have taken advantage of that offer, as by the time

Thursday 01 February 2007

Failsafe – Manchester Roadhouse

I saw the best bands of my generation destroyed by complacency and ignorance, and simply despaired. Tonight Failsafe played a hometown gig to a crowd that didn’t go crazy, didn’t sing along to every melodic vowel and didn’t beg for more. The crowd consisted of friends and