Watch! Black Moth release live video for song “Tumbleweave”

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Black Moth have released a live video for their song “Tumbleweave”. The track is lifted from their forthcoming album, Condemned To Hope.

The clip was filmed at the band’s recent gig at London’s Barfly, and comes ahead of the new album’s release on the 15th of September via New Heavy Sounds.

Condemned To Hope is available to pre-order here, and Black Moth head out on the road later this month with labelmates Limb confirmed as support.

You can watch the live clip for “Tumbleweave” below:

Black Moth will play:

Sep 26th: Leeds Brudenell Social Club
Sep 27th: Liverpool Kazimier
Sep 28th: York Dutchess
Oct 01st: London Underworld
Oct 02nd: Birmingham Asylum 2
Oct 03rd: Manchester Roadhouse
Oct 05th: Glasgow The Attic
Oct 06th: Sheffield Corporation

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Ginger Wildheart and Fearless Vampire Killers for Camden Rocks

Ginger Wildheart and Fearless Vampire Killers are amongst a slew of names announced for the upcoming Camden Rocks event.

Also joining them will be the likes of Devil Sold His Soul, The Subways, The Blackout, Hacktivist and Reverend and The Makers.

The festival takes place in and around Camden on Saturday 31st May in venues such as Electric Ballroom, Underworld and Barfly. Tickets are £25 in advance.

Check out full details below:

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Under The Skin: Save Camden Campaign

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As you may have noticed, Skin Back Alley is all about music. Once in a while, though, something comes along that deserves support and publicity.

This is one of those times.

Here in the UK, the government is proposing to build a new high speed rail link, connecting northern parts of England to London. All sounds great, doesn’t it.

Unfortunately, that plan involves a great deal of destruction in Camden – an historic, vibrant and culturally rich part of the capital. It is home to the famous Camden Market, numerous independent shops and restaurants, and great music venues such as the Barfly and Underworld that provide important outlets for many and varied artists and performers.

A ‘Save Camden’ campaign has been launched locally, detailing the following:

“[The government] has chosen to do this [build HS2] by rebuilding the North London line between the two points and installing two new lines. Although 6.3 km will be tunnelled, 2.3km will run straight through the heart of Camden, unnecessarily causing devastating loss and damage. 7 bridges will be demolished or rebuilt; homes and shops will be demolished; 1 national freight line lost; 13 new construction compounds, 2 major engineering head houses and numerous material stockpiles will be built. Camden Lock Market, one of the UK’s top 10 tourist destinations, will be lost or ruined. Losses to Camden’s famous creative industries are estimated to be in excess of £600 million, plus 9000 jobs. The scale of construction is gigantic. There will be significant road closures and traffic construction fanning out from Camden to Bloomsbury and Swiss Cottage for over a decade, plus an extra 600 lorry movements per day. Residents’ health is at risk: there are no plans to protect them from adverse air quality, dust, vibration and noise levels. But it does not have to be this way. Tunnelling the link under Camden would either negate or massively reduce all the other impacts…”

So, for the first time at Skin Back Alley, we’re having a political moment in order to try and help the campaign to preserve this vital and vibrant community. Political yes, but in a way it is still very much about the arts and music in particular.

Therefore it would be very much appreciated if you could click HERE and add your name to the list of 30,000+ people who have already done so in order that we might have our voices heard, and persuade the UK government to think again about how they deliver HS2.

With thanks.

Normal service is now resumed.

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