In Case You Missed It (05/06/2016)

Every weekend Already Heard gives you a run down of what you have missed in the music world in the past seven days. In Case You Missed It is your go to source to find out all the latest tour news and music and video releases.

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New Music

Hindsights – The Final Show
Elvis Depressedly – holo pleasures / california dreamin’
Gates – Parallel Lives
Chris T-T – 9 Green Songs
Heart of Gold UK – Blame EP

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – Snake Eyes
Moose Blood – Knuckles
Young Guns – Bulletproof
Guttermouth – I’ve Got It Made
Departures – Broken
My Iron Lung – The Same House
Tigress – Power Lines
Summer Lake Heroes – Harvey Dent
Strange Relations – Ceremonies
Olympians – René Magritte
KUB – Paws

New Videos

A Day To Remember – Bad Vibrations
Skindred – Sound The Siren
Counting Days – Prison of Misery
Napoleon – Different Skin
Better Weather – This House
God Damn – Ghost
VIMIC – My Fate
Turncoat – The Friend You Need
Apologies, I Have None – Wraith
Rooney – My Heart Beats 4 U
Pkew Pkew Pkew – Mid 20’s Skateboarder/Blood Clot
Pinegrove – New Friends
Trade Wind – I Hope I Don’t Wake Up
Grumble Bee – Sky Writer (Live Acoustic Session)
Happy Accidents – Running
Larkhill – Grossed Out
Titus Andronicus – Sun Salutation / No Future Part V : In Endless Dreaming
Circle Of Reason – Never Enough
Send Request – Anymore
Coldfront – Molly Blooms
Safe Side – In My Place

Tour News

The Wonder Years will play four intimate shows in late July.

Thu 28 The Dome, London (sold out)
Fri 29 Sin City, Swansea
Sat 30 The Key Club, Leeds (sold out)
Sun 31 Stereo, Glasgow (sold out)

Of Mice & Men have announced they will be returning to the UK this Autumn.

30th O2 Academy, Birmingham
1st O2 Apollo, Manchester
3rd Rock City, Nottingham
4th O2 Academy, Newcastle
5th O2 Academy, Glasgow
7th O2 Forum, London
9th The Great Hall, Cardiff

Moose Blood has announced a handful of UK shows around various festival appearances.

07 Marrs Bar, Worcester*
08 2000trees, Cheltenham
09 Hobos, Bridgend*
15 Truck, Oxfordshire
28 The Winchester, Bournemouth^
29 The Cookie, Leicester^
30 Y Not, Derbyshire
09 Bestival, Isle Of Wight
10 Butserfest, Hampshire
* with Muncie Girls
^ with Dead!

PUP will return to the UK this Autumn for a run of headline shows.

30 Rainbow Courtyard, Birmingham
01 Exchange, Bristol
04 Sound Control, Manchester
05 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
07 Bodega, Nottingham
09 The Dome, London

Lacuna Coil will follow up the release of ‘Delirium’ with a run of UK shows in November.

10 Marble Factory, Bristol
11 Koko, London
13 O2 Institute2, Birmingham
14 Riverside , Newcastle
15 Garage, Glasgow
16 Academy 2, Manchester
18 1865, Southampton

Twin Atlantic will be playing a short run of smaller shows next month.

09 Arts Club, Liverpool
10 Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
12 Scala, London
14 Victoria Hall, Selkirk
15 La Belle Angele, Edinburgh

Fresh off the back of the release of ‘V •••’ Tiger Army will be playing three UK shows in November.

17th Electric Ballroom, London
18th G2, Glasgow
19th Sound Control, Manchester

Tech-metal messiahs Meshuggah have announced a series of UK and Irish dates.

12th O2 Academy, Bristol
13th O2 Institute, Birmingham
14th Rock City, Nottingham
15th O2 ABC, Glasgow
17th Limelight, Belfast
18th The Academy, Dublin (IRL)
19th O2 Ritz, Manchester
20th O2 Forum, London

Pinegrove will play a short run of in-store shows next week.

7th Banquet Records, Kingston (5pm performance)
8th Rough Trade, Nottingham (7pm performance
9th Rough Trade West, London (6pm performance)
10th Rise Music, Bristol (6pm performance)

In The News

A Day To Remember will release their new album, ‘Bad Vibrations’ through their own label on August 19th.

1. Bad Vibrations
2. Paranoia
3. Naivety
4. Exposed
5. Bullfight
6. Reassemble
7. Justified
8. We Got This
9. Same About You
10. Turn Off The Radio
11. Forgive and Forget
12. Negative Space
13. In Florida

BBC Radio 1 have revealed details of ‘The BBC Radio One Rock All Dayer’. It will take place next Wednesday (June 8th) at Maida Vale Studios. It will include an acoustic set from blink-182 as well as performances from A Day To Remember, Against The Current, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Creeper, Moose Blood and Asking Alexandria.

SikTh have parted ways with vocalist Justin Hill with Joe Rosser coming in as his replacement.

Twin Atlantic have announced their new album will be called ‘GLA’ and will be released on September 9th.

1. Gold Elephant:Cherry Alligator
2. No Sleep
3. You Are The Devil
4. Overthinking
5. Ex El
6. Vahalla
7. I Am Alive
8. Whispers
9. A Scar To Hide
10. Missing Link
11. The Chaser
12. Mothertongue

After ten years away, Guttermouth will return on July 15th wuth release of ‘I’ve Got it Made’, the long-awaited new EP that will be released through Rude Records and Bird Attack Records.

Departures have revealed details of their new album. ‘Death Touches Us, From The Moment We Begin To Love’ will be released on July 29th through Holy Roar Records.

1. Sleepless
2. The Last Dance
3. In Colour
4. Waiting
5. Broken
6. Set Adrift
7. Death of Youth
8. Lost
9. 1994
10. Memorial

Apologies, I Have None will return on August 26th with the release of ‘Pharmacie’ through Uncle M (EU), Holy Roar Records (UK/AUS/NZ) and Animal Style Records (USA/JAPAN).

1. Love & Medication
2. Wraith
3. The Clarity Of Morning
4. Anything Chemical
5. Goodbye, Peace Of Mind
6. Crooked Teeth
7. Everybody Wants To Talk About Mental Health
8. It’s Never The Words You Say
9. Killers
10. A Pharmacy In Paris

Dallas quintet Crown The Empire has announced plans to release their highly-anticipated, third studio album, ‘Retrograde,’ on July 22nd via Rise Records.

1. SK-68
2. Are You Coming With Me?
3. Zero
4. Aftermath
5. Hologram
6. The Fear Is Real
7. Lucky Us
8. Weight of the World
9. Signs of Life
10. Oxygen
11. Kaleidoscope
12. For Days
13. Mercury

Los Angeles-based alt-rock outfit Rooney will return on July 29th with the release of ‘Washed Away’ via Superball Music.

1. All The Beautiful People
2. My Heart Beats 4 U
3. Don’t Be A Hero
4. Why
5. Washed Away
6. Time Alone
7. Do You Have To Go?
8. Come On Baby
9. Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow
10. I Miss You When You’re Gone
11. You’re All I Ever Need
12. Sad But True

Larkhill will be teaming up with fellow Brighton band H_ngm_n to release a split EP via No Panic! Records and Local Colour Records.

Trade Wind will release You Make Everything Disappear’ – the band’s debut full-length – on July 15 via Graphic Nature Records, an Equal Vision Records.

1. I Hope I Don’t Wake Up
2. Lowest Form
3. Tatiana (I Miss You So Much)
4. Radio Songs
5. Grey Light
6. Rare
7. Untitled
8. Je T’aimerais Toujours

Olympians’ debut album ‘Reasons to be Tearful’ is set for release on June 24th via Barely Regal Records.

1. René Magritte
2. Cinema Hotdog
3. Rosa Lee
4. Battery Neck
5. Shuffle Pops
6. Smaller Shards
7. Fights, Fights
8. Power Plugs
9. Secret Snares
10. Presammàle

Manchester thrash-punks Revenge of the Psychotronic Man have announced their third album, ‘Colossal Velocity’, will be released via TNSrecords on 15th July.

1. To Be Frank
2. Small Minded NIMBY Prick
3. The Establishment
4. Niall Quinn
5. Dismantling The Corby(n) Trouser Press
6. I Am Absolutely Fuming
7. Hectic Danger Day
8. Stop Telling Me What To Do
9. The Sunday Drinkers
10. I Wanna Be A Spaceman
11. Not All Animals Are Satire
12. Malibu Phill
13. Mr Rabbit
14. Every Day I Start To Booze
15. Share If You Agree
16. Not For Profit
17. Rrose Sélavy (To Make A Toast To Life)

Broken Circles have signed Brooklyn, NY’s Hypoluxo to their roster. Their debut LP, ‘If Language’ will be released in the Autumn.

1. Fronts
2. Search And Rescue
3. Directions
4. Winter
5. Hometown
6. In My Head It’s All Sand
7. Sidewalk
8. Name Game
9. Jessie
10. If Language

Canadian pop-punk outfit Coldfront will release a new EP ‘Is This Where They Found You?’ via Equal Vision Records on July 8th.

1. Molly Blooms
2. Reduced ft. Ben Kotin (Such Gold)
3. Shed Light ft. Ian Flynn
4. Up
5. Lifted

Festival News

Mallory Knox has been revealed as the headliners for this years Butserfest. Other additions announced this week are Young Guns, Moose Blood, As It Is, Fort Hope, ROAM, Area 11, The Gospel Youth, Griever, The One Hundred, and Our Hollow Our Home.

20 new names have been announced for the Reading and Leeds Festival with names such as Deaf Havana, Clutch, Arcane Roots, Third Eye Blind and Ghost Town joining the bill.

Deaf Havana
Arcane Roots
Third Eye Blind
Ghost Town
The Virginmarys
Fickle Friends
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
Will Joseph Cook
White Miles
Big Narstie
Charlie Sloth
Mick Jenkins
Rude Kid
Kiko Bun

The day splits and clashfinder for the 2000 Trees Festival has been announced.

Scene Better Days Festival has revealed it’s full line-up for their two-day event. It features The Spook School, Doe, Bear Trade, The Kimberly Steaks, Happy Accidents and more. It takes place from Friday 12th – Saturday 13th August at Wharf Chambers, Leeds.

The first details for Lincoln’s KINDfest have been revealed and sees Brawlers announced as headliners. Other names announced are Chico & The Bandalitos, B-Leaguers, The Decomposers, Half Hearted Hand Gestures, Less Deceived and The Finest Hour. It will take place at Kind Bar on July 2nd.


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