Turbowolf announce UK headline tour for April 2015


Turbowolf have confirmed that they are embarking on a UK headline tour in April.

The British rock band will be supporting the release of their new album Two Hands, due for release on April the 6th via Spinefarm Records.

Prior to the headline tour, Turbowolf will also play some select dates supporting Death From Above 1979.

Confirmed shows are as follows:

Headline tour
Apr 08th: Oxford Bullingdon Arms
Apr 09th: Swansea Sin City
Apr 10th: Nottingham Bodega
Apr 11th: Coventry Kasbah
Apr 12th: Leeds The Key Club
Apr 14th: Liverpool Academy II
Apr 15th: Newcastle Academy II
Apr 16th: Sheffield The Harley
Apr 17th: Tunbridge Wells Forum
Apr 18th: Southampton Talking Heads
Apr 20th: Cambridge Portland Arms
Apr 22nd: Bristol The Marble Factory

Supporting DFA 1979
Feb 20th: Dublin Academy
Feb 21st: Belfast Limelight
Feb 23rd: Glasgow ABC
Feb 24th: Manchester The Ritz
Feb 25th: London O2 Brixton Academy
Feb 26th: Birmingham Institute

Check out Turbowolf’s video for recent single “Rabbit’s Foot” below:

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PVRIS confirm first ever UK tour

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PVRIS have announced their first ever UK tour.

The band will make their way across the pond for the first time in April next year supporting Lower Than Atlantis and playing two “intimate” headline shows.

Said the band via their Facebook page: “We are supporting LOWER THAN ATLANTIS on their UK headline tour! Visit http://www.pvris.com/shows for more info. Please note there will not be a London or Birmingham show as part of the Lower than Atlantis tour. So we have decided to organize two intimate headline shows. We are announcing details and ticket info for these London and Birmingham headline shows tomorrow.”

The confirmed tour dates are as follows:

10th April: O2 Academy, Oxford
12th April: Riverside, Newcastle
13th April: The Garage, Glasgow
14th April: Academy 3, Manchester
15th April: The Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
16th April: Barfly, London (Headline show)
18th April: O2 Academy 3, Birmingham (Headline show)
20th April: The Marble Factory, Bristol
21st April: The Old Fire Station, Bournemouth
22nd April: Concorde 2, Brighton
23rd April: Epic Studios, Norwich

You can watch PVRIS’ video for their track “My House” below:

PVRIS headline show details

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Blues Pills confirm UK headline tour

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Blues Pills have confirmed that they are to return to the UK for a headline tour next April.

The announcement comes after the band completed a run of live dates across the UK last month. They are currently playing support slots on tour with Rival Sons.

The quartet released their eponymous debut album in July of this year via Nuclear Blast. The band themselves described it as: “ten songs filled with feelings of love and hate, joy and sadness, relaxation and frustration, all balancing together to form a whole picture.”

Say frontwoman Elin Larsson and colleagues of the new tour dates: “We can’t get enough of the UK so we’re coming back for another tour. See you there!”

Tickets for the shows will go on sale at 9am this Friday the 12th of December, with confirmed dates as follows:

Apr 22nd: London O2 Academy Islington
Apr 23rd: Cardiff Globe
Apr 24th: Manchester Club Academy
Apr 25th: Dublin Voodoo Lounge
Apr 27th: Belfast Limelight 2
Apr 28th: Glasgow Cathouse
Apr 29th: Nottingham Rescue Rooms
Apr 30th: Bristol Bierkeller

You can watch Blues Pills’ video for recent single “No Hope Left For Me” below:

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Anathema announce ‘Resonance’ show at Shepherds Bush Empire

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Anathema have announced that they will be bring their Resonance live show to Shepherds Bush Empire.

A celebration of the entire history of Anathema Music, the gig will take place on the 16th of April, 2015.

The band will be joined by former members Duncan Patterson and Darren White. Darren is best known as the original vocalist for Anathema parting ways with the band back in 1995, while bassist Duncan left in 1998.

Says lead guitarist Danny Cavanagh: “To each other we owe a debt. Our lives have been irrevocably intertwined, our musical and personal influence on each other’s history can not be overstated.”

“Souls have resonated together in such a way as to be highly significant to each one of our life paths. Without each and every one of these people, Anathema could not have been born, could not have grown, and could not have survived and thrived in quite the way that it has.”

“And for a very special occasion, these souls will share the stage once again, celebrating an entire history of pioneering musical searching. We will pay respect to every single era of Anathema history – and to all the significant souls we have been close to.”

Tickets for the Reasonance show will go on sale on the 12th of November via Livenation.

The announcement follows the recent news that the band will be performing a series of acoustic cathedral shows in the UK in March next year. Confirmed dates for the acoustic cathedral shows are:

4th March – Leeds Minster
5th March – Exeter Cathedral
6th March – Winchester Cathedral
7th March – Liverpool Cathedral

Tickets for the acoustic shows are available now via Gigantic.

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