Germein To Support Jess Glynne This Weekend!

Germein are happy to announce that they’re supporting Jess Glynne this weekend as part of their UK tour. The trio of sisters from the Adelaide Hills in Australia, will be supporting Jess tomorrow, August 2, at Darlington Arena, and at Bitts Park, Carlisle, September 14.

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Get Ready For The Sunshine Festival: Just Over Three Weeks To Go!

With just over three weeks to go until the Sunshine Festival, we take a look at three of the bands performing: Scouting For Girls, Jedward, and Busted.

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Laoise Returns With New Single ‘Seriously?’ Taken From New EP ‘Mad’

Laoise* first came to our attention in February last year with her single, ‘Bother’, a gritty and impressively honest song about a love gone wrong. Now the singer songwriter, originally from Galway, in the very west of Ireland, returns with her new single, ‘Seriously?’, taken from her most recent EP, ‘Mad’.

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Can You FÉILE It? Legendary Music Event Rebrands From Tipp Classical To FÉILE 19

FÉILE ’19 are honoured to announce that this year, in her only festival show of the summer, Sinead O’Connor will be performing her own songs, and some select hits from the Songbook of Shane MacGowan in Thurles this September. The Big Gig just got bigger!

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Five Weeks To Go Until This Year’s Sunshine Festival!

It’s five weeks to go until the Sunshine Festival in Upton Upon Severn, Worcestershire. The action packed festival runs for three days over the August bank holiday weekend, starting on the 23rd and winding up on the 25th.

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Eddy Smith And The 507 Chat With EP About Music, Instruments, And ‘A Little Too Late’ At Cornbury

In the last of our Cornbury interviews, we bring you our chat with Eddy Smith and the 507, who are not, despite their name, made up of 508 members, but one of them is actually named Eddy. Now based in London, they come from as far as Kent, the US, Ireland, and Surrey (or is it Sussex?). Lisa sat down and had a chat with the band.

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Hard Rock In A Combat Frock: We Catch Up With Emily Capell

We first met Emily Capell at The Boisdale Awards last year, where she won Best Newcomer. She’s had a very busy year since then, and so it was great to catch up with her at Cornbury, where we talked about her music, guitars, The Clash, Steve Marriott, Tom Hardy, Danny McFly, and Jedward.

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See Ya Later – We Chat With Katy Hurt At The Cornbury Festival

Katy Hurt is still in her very early 20s and yet she’s got her life and career set out before her like a map. We caught up with Katy at this weekend’s Cornbury Music Festival, in Oxfordshire.

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Dan Says – Week Twenty

Dan’s had a big week! Alphabeat, Pride, Peterborough…he’s also listened to Jedward, Adam Lambert, Meghan Trainor, Ellie Goulding & Juice WRLD, and Madonna.

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Sofi Tukker Announce European Headline Tour With Tickets On Sale This Friday

Just ahead of embarking on their vibrant summer festival tour, have announced a fall headline tour of North American and Europe, the R.I.P. Shame World Tour. Sophie Hawley-Weld and Tucker Halpern are on “a mission to kill shame one loose dance party at a time,” and are planning an entirely new show that will follow the release of a new body of work this fall.

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Future West Returns With New Single ‘See What I See’ Ahead Of Summer Dates

Future West returns with ‘See What I See’, the follow up to ‘Human’, which was released back in February. Out yesterday, June 14, ‘See What I See’ is a retro-tinged synth-led track which sees Future West imploring an unknown other person to skip town with them. It’s a full-on bop with a super-catchy chorus.

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Parklife Manchester's Finest - George Ezra, Photo Credit Jodie Hartley

PARKLIFE – Rain Doesn’t Dampen The Love For Music At Parklife 2019

Soggy clothes, slippery mud beneath their feet, and the joy of music fans defined Manchester’s Parklife Festival this year.

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THE SIZE OF A COW – Bumper Camden Rocks 2019 Review featuring Frank Turner, Glen Matlock, Suzie Stapleton, Ash, Carl Barat and The Wonder Stuff

Expanded this year into a two-day festival, Camden Rocks is fast snowballing in both size and influence. From humble origins 10 years ago, it’s…

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Coombe Weekender Festival Promises Entertainment For Every Taste This August!

Located against the backdrop of the historical 12th century Cistercian Coombe Abbey, and covering its entire expansive grounds, the Coombe Weekender will be held on 3-4 August, and will bring indie, rock, pop, funk and dance music to 20,000 people.

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Ricki Lee Jones Reveals Politically-Driven Animated Video For ‘Nagasaki’

Rickie Lee Jones, who will be performing at this year’s Glastonbury Festival, makes a political statement with her new video for ‘Nagasaki’, animated by Ben Clarkson.

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#Keane Announce New Album ‘Cause And Effect’ And Reveal New Track, ‘The Way I Feel’

Finally, after much speculation, we can announce that Keane’s new album, ‘Cause And Effect’, will come out on September 20, through Island Records. The announcement is accompanied by the release of the powerful first single, ‘The Way I Feel’.

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