Michelle Branch & All Star Band Play Lexington Show March 22nd New Album ‘Hopeless Romantic’ out April 7th

Michelle Branch is set to take London by storm next month when she plays a special one-off date at the Lexington March 22nd previewing songs from her forthcoming new album ‘Hopeless Romantic.’

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SPiN “Dig Your Own Grave”

SPiN is the sort of band which fully understands that rock music works best when it’s performed live. The band is known for their devotion to performing: headlining their own gigs, or supporting the likes of Halestorm, Fule, Hinder, Puddle Of Mud, and many more in more than 600 shows across 25 states of the US. Their latest track, ‘Dig Your Own Grave’, from their new EP, ‘Meant To Rise’, is a crusher of a song reminiscent of Queens Of The Stone Age, and The Black Keys.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Joseph Rogers

Joseph Rogers is a singer songwriter from London. He plays guitar with a folky style that owes as much to the greats of the 1950s and 1960s – his song, ‘Gone’, has a real Buddy Holly flavour about it.

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Frazer – ‘Two Hands’

Frazer are an Alt-Rock five-piece from Sheffield.

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