With Queens of the Stone Age in the middle of a UK arena tour, we’ve decided to highlight
five of the bands best tracks for this edition of "Fives".
We've got the new EP from Yorkshire riff merchants NOSE right here! Take a listen to 'Sick
Continuing our Reuben theme from last week’s Fives and in celebration of frontman Jamie Lenman’s new double solo album, we take a look at two of the albums for "Versus". Its
‘Racecar Is Racecar Backwards' against 'In Nothing We Trust'.
Calgary's debut EP 'Fight Fire With Fire' is a bright, warming collection of indie pop songs.
With comparisons to Hellogoodbye and John Mayer, the four tracks showcase a band with pop sensibilities and plenty of potential to breakthrough. We caught up with the band to find out more.
Returning with their first album in six years, 'Balancing' sees Hertfordshire’s The October Game showcase dynamic growth and versatility with a brooding undertone throughout. Already Heard recently spoke to Luke Williams and Nick Kozuch to discuss the album in
more detail; the writing process, its various packages, and working with Scylla Records.
Last month Lower Than Atlantis played Nottingham’s Spanky Van Dykes as part of Dr. Martens’ ‘#StandForSomething’ UK tour.
Video footage of the bands show can be viewed by clicking read more.
Jimmy Eat World have announced three new dates to their forthcoming UK tour.
The quartet will play shows in Nottingham, Bournemouth and London in November ahead of the bands show at Brixton Academy.
5th Birmingham, Academy
9th Glasgow, Academy
10th Newcastle, Academy
13th Manchester, Academy
14th Bristol, Academy
15th Leeds Academy
6th Bournemouth, O2 Academy
7th Nottingham, Rock City
8th London, HMV Forum
19th London, Brixton Academy
Tonight’s show kicked off at 6:30pm and US pop punk outfit Handguns found themselves on stage at seven, well before the vast majority of the crowd, myself included, had managed to get to the venue. A massive shame as what I do catch at the end of their set is solid and enjoyable. It would be unfair to complain about the stage times, knowing venues have to work with what they’ve got. But 6:30 doors on a week day, given Nottingham’s ability to create gridlock out of nothing, was a total bummer with such a great band opening the show.