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From Thursday 18 February 2016

The Starting Line – ‘Anyways’

Nearly nine years is a long, long time to wait for new music from a band. When that music arrives, as an EP that’s only three tracks in length, it’s gotta be one hell of a record to win fans over again. In the case of The Starting Line’s

Thursday 17 December 2015

The Starting Line stream first new track since 2007

The Starting Line have teamed up with producer extraordinaire Will Yip for a three track EP entitled ‘Anyways’. Due on the 5th February 2016, the band are streaming the title track now, their first new release since 2007. “I had stepped out of writing in

Friday 28 March 2014

The Starting Line’s ‘Say It Like You Mean It’ Double Vinyl Release

The Starting Line’s Drive-Thru Records debut full length, 2002’s ‘Say It Like You Mean It’, will be released on vinyl via ShopRadioCast on May 27th as a double, etched vinyl. The 180gram vinyl will be available in green and blue variations, with 3 sides of music and an

Monday 03 December 2012

The Starting Line announce ‘Say It Like You Mean It’ London show

The Starting Line will play ‘Say It Like You Mean It’ in full at London’s HMV forum on April 26th. This is great news, and follows some pretty big albums shows over the last year or so, so it’ll be interesting to see how they get on and if any

Wednesday 03 October 2012

The Starting Line’s ‘The Early Years’ to see an official release

The Starting Line have announced that they will release their “lost” album ‘The Early Years’ via SRC Vinyl on October 31 (US). The album was recorded in 2001 before the band signed to Drive-Thru Records. A few of the songs appeared on the band’s ‘With Hopes of Starting Over’

Tuesday 07 June 2011

The Starting Line

The Starting Line performing at Slam Dunk 2011, Hatfield on 29th May 2011

Monday 06 May 2002

The Starting Line – Sheffield Octagon

Drive Thru Records has an unfair reputation of solely being a pop-punk label, with all their bands jumping on the Blink 182 bandwagon. It’s a harsh and unnecessary tag, with many detractors pointing to the likes of Allister, Homegrown and New Found