Next week Philadelphia indie punks The Menzingers release, 'Rented World,' one of the
highly anticipated records of 2014 so far. In parts, it picks up where 2012's 'On The
Impossible Past' left off but it also shows the bands growth as songwriters and musicians. We recently spoke to Greg Barnett to discuss the album, the pressure of following up 'On The Impossible Past', their forthcoming London show and the Grozerock Festival.
Despite only forming last year, Essex rockers New City Kings have already gathered plenty of attention from their debut EP - 'Change.' Their radio-friendly rock sound that has seen them compared to a range of bands; Foo Fighters, Deaf Havana, and The Gaslight Anthem.
Already Heard spoke to Mark Kovic to find out more about New City Kings.
With their return to the UK imminent, the latest edition of "Versus" sees us putting the
focus on Alkaline Trio. Self-confessed Trio MEGA fan Jay Sullivan tells us why 'From
Here to Infirmary' is the band’s finest work. Whilst Alex Phelan explains how 'Maybe
I'll Catch Fire' is a superb example of musical catharsis.
12 months from releasing their debut EP, we speak to Blackpool pop-punk/emo
quintet Boston Manor to discuss their influences, achievements so far and thoughts on their contemporaries.
With their latest EP 'Change Nothing, Regret Everything.', Woking five-piece Employed
To Serve have produced 12 minutes of frantic, unrelenting hardcore that finds the band somewhere between The Dillinger Escape Plan and The Chariot. We spoke to Justine from the band to find out how the band has transitioned from a duo to a quintet and she discussed
being part of the Holy Roar! roster, they chaotic yet contained live shows and more.
In the latest edition of our "Tour Tales" feature, Irish doom-punk band Hornets talk us
through their recent UK tour where they played 8 shows in 7 days.
Leeds-based four-piece Walleater are set to digitally release their debut self titled EP next Monday (14th April) through Close To Home Records. We've got the exclusive first play
right here on Already Heard.
As festival season fast approaches, a wealth of notable album releases are happening
in the coming months. We take a look at five must hear releases for April.
This edition of SFTW includes a heavily hyped Canadian punk band, a Philadelphian
lo-fi emo band and a brand new punk rock trio from the States who have recently released their first song.
Funeral For A Friend Reveal ‘Conduit’ Details, New Music Video & UK Tour with Such Gold, Daytrader and I Divide
Funeral For A Friend have revealed details of their forthcoming album ‘Conduit’ and headline UK tour as well as their new music video for 'Best Friends and Hospital Beds.'
The UK tour will take place in early 2013 and will feature support from Such Gold, Daytrader and I Divide.
Wed 23 Belfast Limelight
Thu 24 Derry Nerve Centre
Fri 25 Cork Cypress Avenue
Sat 26 Dublin Fibber Magees
Mon 28 Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach
Tue 29 Bristol The Fleece
Wed 30 Plymouth White Rabbit
Thu 31 Exeter Cavern
Sat 02 Bournemouth Sound Circus
Sun 03 Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
Mon 04 Brighton The Haunt
Wed 06 Margate Westcoast Bar
Thu 07 Cambridge The Junction
Fri 08 Nottingham Rescue Rooms
Sat 09 Norwich Waterfront
Mon 11 York The Duchess
Tue 12 Leeds Cockpit
Wed 13 Glasgow King Tuts
Thu 14 Newcastle Uni. Students Union – Venue
Sat 16 Manchester NQ Live
Sun 17 Stoke Sugarmill
Mon 18 London Garage
Tue 19 Birmingham Asylum
As previously announced, the band will release their sixth album 'Conduit' on January 28th through Distiller Records. Funeral For A Friend have now revealed the track listing for 'Conduit.'
3. The Distance
4. Best Friends And Hospital Beds
6. Death Comes To Us All
11. High Castles
The brand new music video for ‘Best Friends And Hospital Beds’ can be viewed by clicking read more.