Futures post new single online for streaming
Futures have posted new single ‘Million Lights’ online. It’s taken from their soon-to-be-released album ‘The Karma Album’ (out Sunday 17th), and you can listen to it using the player below: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/preorder/the-karma-album/id529841515 http://www.facebook.com/futuresband
Futures launch album pre-orders & reveal tracklisting
Futures have launched pre-orders of their forthcoming album, ‘The Karma Album’, which is out June 17th. They’ve also detailed the album tracklisting: 01. Start A Fire 02. Islands In The Sea 03. Karma Satellite 04. Get Out 05. Indigo 06. Million Lights 07. Say My Name 08. The Boy Who Cried Wolf (2012) 09. Aeroplanes 10. The Rescue 11. We Had
Futures post ‘Karma Satellite’ video online
Futures have posted a video for ‘Karma Satellite’ online. It’s taken from their forthcoming self-released album. http://www.facebook.com/futuresband
Futures – The Masque, Liverpool
Whilst entering the intimate Masque there’s a good crowd already populating the venue, meaning PEGASUS BRIDGE at least have a decent audience to play to. They’ve built up a decent reputation as a live band over the last 12 months and the Manchester band play
I definitely meant to post this last night.
Futures have announced they have chosen The First as their support for the Birmingham Academy show March 3rd. For those heading along, they’re a very good reason to arrive early!
Futures Justice cover
Futures‘ cover of Justice‘s D.A.N.C.E. can be heard below:
New Futures Demo
Futures have posted a demo for their new song ‘We had it all’ online: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrsTotj__iE The song is a demo taken from their forthcoming album.
Futures – Manchester Night and Day
There are 7 bands on show tonight across 2 stages and so I obviously won’t be covering them all. This review will concentrate on the Moho Bar stage. Unfortunately the massive queue outside means I missed Blitz Kids tonight leaving just
Futures – Manchester Roadhouse
‘Local support’ Pegasus Bridge start the evening off at the early start time of 18:20. I can’t figure out if the band are nervous or what but as a band who’ve played Radio 1’s Big Weekend I’d be surprised. There’s just a lack of energy and emotion