In Case You Missed It (12/02/2017)

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

blanket – Our Brief Encounters
Trevor Shelley de Brauw – Uptown
Figure Eight – Forever EP
Carousel Kings – Charm City
Lorna Shore – Flesh Coffin

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Creeper – Misery (piano session version)
SikTh – No Wishbones
Great Cynics – Butterfly Net
The Flatliners – Human Party Trick
Wild Pink – Broke On
Del Paxton – Wrong Distance
The Obsessives – It’s Okay If
Chapel – Fool’s Gold
David Bazan – Care
Westing – With You
Cameron Hurley – Centuries (Fall Out Boy cover)
Goddamnit – Steady Diet of Sugar
K.Flay – Black Wave
Johnossi – Tall Dark Man
Waking Aida – Shoal
Brightlight City – Past/Future
LEAV/E/ARTH – Memory
Porshyne – Exit
sleepmakeswaves – Tundra
The Spirit of the Beehive – cops come looking
Taking Names – Say Anything
Voices From The Fuselage – A Principle God
A Deer A Horse – Backswimmer
Mad Ones – End Of You
Thelma – White Couches

New Videos

You Me At Six – Give
Pierce The Veil – Floral & Fading
Taking Back Sunday – Call Come Running
Lower Than Atlantis – I Would Like (Zara Larsson cover)
Less Than Jake – Bomb Drop
As It Is – Hey Rachel
Issues – Home Soon
Basement – Promise Everything (Live in Boston)
Blood Youth – Reason To Stay
Palm Reader – Always Darkest
Capsize – Favorite Secret
Hellions – Thresher
Wear Your Wounds – Wear Your Wounds
Homebound – Broken Reverie
Can’t Swim – We Won’t Sleep
Guillotine – Butterflies
Broadbay – Long Term Plan
Prides – Away With The Night
Circa Waves – Fire That Burns
Iron Reagan – Fuck the Neighbors
Sundressed – A Little Less Put Together
Danny Worsnop – Prozac (Live In-Studio)
Tigercub – Control
Evarose – Telephonic
Holding Absence – Dream Of Me
RIVIẼRE – Symbol
Acres – Gloom
Super American – Sloppy Jazz
Backwards Dancer – Breathe Life Into Beauty
Isaac – Stiff Upper Lip
We Ride – Self Made
Straightline – Generation Lost
Lucky Shivers – Human By Night
Our Darkest Days – The Burden of my Sins (Feat. Michel Garcia from Forus)
Provoker – Admission
Forever Still – Break The Glass
As The Sun Sleeps – What Matters Most
The Silence Factory – High
Versus – Stone Heart
Wildways – Don’t Go
Valeluna – Evensong
Palm Trees & Power Lines – Can’t Even
Persefone – Prison Skin
Forget My Silence – I See Hell In Your Eyes
Forest Green – Love/Family/Friends

Tour News

Punk legends Descendents have announced a one-off UK show at London’s O2 Academy Brixton for Sunday 4th June.

The One Hundred have announced their debut UK headlien tour. Support comes from Massmatiks.

01 Joiners, Southampton
03 Moles, Bath
04 Underground, Plymouth
05 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
06 Rock City Basement, Nottingham
08 The Garage, Glasgow
09 The Key Club, Leeds
10 Asylum 2, Birmingham
11 Boston Music Room, London
13 Rebellion, Manchester

Wallflower and Guillotine have been announced as support for The Maine’s sold out show at London’s Electric Ballroom.

In addition to playing the Slam Dunk Festival, Trophy Eyes and Like Pacific have announced a run of UK shows together.

25 Camden Assembly, London
26 Attic, Glasgow
27 Slam Dunk Festival, Birmingham
28 Slam Dunk Festival, Leeds
29 Slam Dunk Festival, Hatfield
30 Joiners, Southampton
31 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

Trash Talk will be touring the UK in late February and early March.

25 Togetherfest, Electric Ballroom, London
26 Rebellion, Manchester
28 Temple Of Boom, Leeds
01 Audio, Glasgow
02 Think Tank, Newcastle
03 The Flapper, Birmingham
04 The Owl Sanctuary, Norwich
05 The Exchange, Bristol
06 Komedia, Brighton
07 Sound Circus, Bournemouth

Brighton alt-noise-pop trio Tigercub have been announced as main support for Pulled Apart By Horses’ March/April UK. tour. Thee MVPS will also be supporting.

27 O2 Academy 2, Oxford
28 Scala, London
29 Thekla, Bristol
30 Talking Heads, Southampton
01 2Q, Derby
02 Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
03 Waterfront Studio, Norwich
05 King Tut’s, Glasgow
06 Sound Control, Manchester
07 Think Tank, Newcastle
08 Brudenell Social, Leeds

John K. Samson will follow up the release of his second solo album, ‘Winter Wheat’, with a UK tour in May.

17 The Great Escape Festival, Brighton
18 O2 Academy Islington, London
19 Soup Kitchen, Manchester

Helmet will be playing three UK shows next month.

Fri 10th The o2 Academy, London
Sat 11th The o2 Academy 3, Manchester
Sun 12th The Cathouse, Glasgow

Californian alt-dub icons Sublime With Rome have announced three UK headline shows. They will also be appearing at Boomtown Fair in August.

10 O2 Ritz, Manchester
11 O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London
12 O2 Academy, Bristol
13 Boomtown Fair 2017, Winchester

UK grindcore pioneers Napalm Death will play four UK shows in May. They will be joined by Brujeria and Power Trip.

09 O2 Institute, Birmingham
10 Classic Grand, Glasgow
11 Rebellion, Manchester
12 The Electric Ballroom, London

Birmingham indie rockers Jaws have announced a short run of UK shows with Kagoule.

25 Club Academy, Manchester
26 Scala, London
27 The Bullingdon, Oxford

Tigress and Faux will support Counterfeit on their April UK tour.

18 Key Club, Leeds
19 Academy 3, Manchester
20 O2 Academy 2, Newcastle
21 Stereo, Glasgow
22 Rock City Basement, Nottingham
23 O2 Academy 3, Birmingham
25 Fleece, Bristol
26 Underworld, London
28 Joiners, Southampton
29 The Haunt, Brighton

Redwood and Drawstring will be touring the UK from the end of the month.

28 Paper Dress Vintage, London
02 Subside, Birmingham
03 Santiago’s, Leeds
04 Central Bar, Newcastle
05 Eagle Inn, Manchester
06 Le Pub, Newport
07 The Old England, Bristol
08 The Phoenix, Exeter
09 Atw Show, Southampton
10 The Quadrant, Brighton
11 The Rock Avenue Club, Gillingham

Empty Lungs will support the release of their ‘Don’t Get It’ EP on March 10th with a UK tour.

08 Bloc, Glasgow
09 Conroy’s Basement, Dundee
10 Bannermans, Edinburgh
11 Lounge 41, Workington
12 Head Of Steam, Newcastle
14 The Marrs Bar, Worcester
15 The Monarch Camden, London
16 Gringos Tequila Bar, Norwich
01 The Barge, Belfast
07 The Loft, Limerick
08 Emmets​, Ballina

In The News

Blood Youth have revealed details of their debut album. ‘Beyond Repair’ will be released on April 7th via Rude Records.

1. Making Waves
2. What I’m Running
3. Savanna
4. Parasite
5. I Remember
6. Reason to Stay
7. Pulling Teeth
8. Buying Time
9. Bless
10. Man Made Disaster

In the wake of repeated harmful speech and actions by the Trump administration, Boston-based Run For Cover Records is announcing their commitment to fighting back with the Rally For Change initiative. Further details can be found here.

Me First And The Gimme Gimmes have announced plans to release a ‘best of’ collection. ‘Rake It In: The Greatestest Hits’ will be released through Fat Wreck Chords on April 7th.

1. The Times They Are a-Changing
2. Rainbow Connection
3. City of New Orleans
4. Summertime
5. All My Loving
6. Straight Up
7. Over the Rainbow
8. Country Roads
9. Sloop John B
10. Jolene
11. Uptown Girl
12. Hats Off To Larry
13. Desperado
14. Lady
15. San

16. I Believe I Can Fly
17. End of the Road

Hopeless Records have released an EP consisting of Green Day covers from Milk Teeth, Roam and With Confidence.

1. ROAM – Basket Case
2. Milk Teeth – St. Jimmy
3. With Confidence – Wake Me Up When September Ends

Toronto quartet The Flatliners have revealed details of their new album. ‘Inviting Light’ will be released on April 7th and is their first on Rise Records.

01. Mammals
02. Hang My Head
03. Nicotine Lips
04. Indoors
05. Human Party Trick
06. Unconditional Love
07. Burn Out Again
08. Infinite Wisdom
09. Sympathy Vote
10. Wedding Speech
11. Chameleon Skin
12. No Roads

The Gospel Youth have announced they have parted ways with bassist Tom Aylott.

David Bazan will return on March 7th with the release of ‘Care’.

New Jersey rockers Can’t Swim have announced they will be releasing a new album, ‘Fail You Again’, on March 10th via Pure Noise Records.

Salt Lake City post-hardcore band, Westing have announced their new album – ‘I Haven’t Been Feeling Myself’. It’s due for release on April 14th.

1. Skipping Beats
2. With You
3. Burn
4. Hide Your Heart
5. Keep Fighting

K.Flay will release her second full-length album, ‘Every Where Is Some Where’, on April 7th on Night Street / Interscope Records.

DragonForce have revealed details of their forthcoming album. ‘Reaching Into Infinity’ will be released via EarMUSIC on May 19th.

1. Reaching into Infinity
2. Ashes of the Dawn
3. Judgement Day
4. Astral Empire
5. Curse of Darkness
6. Silence
7. Midnight Madness
8. WAR!
9. Land of Shattered Dreams
10. The Edge of the World
11. Our Final Stand

Wednesday 13 has signed a new deal with Nuclear Blast Entertainment and is set to release his seventh solo studio album, titled ‘Condolences’ on 2nd June.

The Dirty Nil have announced plans to release a career retrospective called ‘Minimum R&B’. It will consist of one unreleased track, a combination of 7"’s and their ‘Smile’ EP. It is a joint release through Dine Alone Records and Fat Wreck Chords on April 28th.

1. Fuckin’ Up Young
2. Verona Lung
3. Little Metal Baby Fist
4. Hate Is A Stone
5. Cinnamon
6. Guided By Vices
7. Nicotine
8. Beat
9. New Flesh
10. Pale Blue
11. Caroline

Japanese math rockers Tricot have joined Big Scary Monsters. The trio will be releasing their upcoming new album, ‘3’, through the label on the 19th May.

Cardiff’s Holding Absence have joined Sharptone Records.

Phoenix, AZ’s Sundressed have announced details of their upcoming album. ‘A Little Less Put Together’ is set for release on March 24th on Animal Style Records.

Buffalo, New York’s Super American have joined Take This To Heart Records. A new album called ‘Disposable’ will be released on April 7th.

1. Sloppy Jazz
2. Feeling Better
3. Dearly Beloved
4. Missing Pieces
5. Congratulations
6. Dumb
7. Rebel’s Yell

Philadelphia punk veterans Goddamnit have announced their new album ‘I’ll Never Be Okay, I’ll Never Be The Same will be released 3rd March on Jump Start Records.

1. Fix Dis
2. Letterbox
3. The Option
4. Steady Diet Of Sugar
5. Third Time’s A Charm
6. Stay The Same
7. Blue Jeans
8. Can’t Stand The View
9. Still Waiting
10. What Was Left
11. The Message

Emerging rock quintet Brightlight City have announced they will release a new EP, ‘Our Future’s Not Dead’, on April 7th via Undead Collective Records.

William Control has announced details of the second release in the ‘Revelations’ series. ‘The Black EP’ will be released on the 17th February via Control Records.

Post-rock quartet sleepmakeswaves will return on April 7th with their third LP – ‘Made of Breath only’. It will be released through Bird’s Robe Records.

Belfast trio Empty Lungs have joined Canadian based label Hidden Pony Records. Their ‘Don’t Get It’ EP is planned for release on March 10th.

Victory Records have welcomed Spanish hardcore band We Ride. Their label debut, ‘Empowering Life’, will be released on April 14th.

1. Voices
2. Self-Made
3. What You Are (featuring JJ Peters of Deez Nuts)
4. Time Is Now
5. Do It All Again
6. Summer
7. I’mpossible
8. Everybody Matters
9. Endless Hopes
10. Hands Off

Bristol indie punks Grand-Pop have announced the release of their debut album, ‘Eight Nights’. It will be released on 31st March via Specialist Subject Records. The band consists of current/ex members of Caves, Personal Best, Attack! Vipers! and The Attika State.

Brighton-based atmospheric rockers Porshyne will release their debut EP, ‘Environmental Music’ on 10th March.

Portsmouth quintet Provoker will release their debut EP, ‘the long defeat’, on March 6th.

Worcester, MA’s Backwards Dancer has signed to Rory Records, an Equal Vision Records imprint founded by Say Anything’s Max Bemis. Their self-titled album will be released on March 3rd.

1. Airy
2. Breathe Life Into Beauty
3. Artists as Characters ft. Max Bemis
4. I Saw Your Spirit ft. Max Bemis
5. I Wish I Could Have
6. The Radio
7. Forever
8. Vanishing, Panicking
9. While the World Is Waiting

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Indie/punk duo …And The Hangnails have joined Young Thugs Records. A new single, ‘Don’t Waste My Time’, is set for release on March 17th with a full-length expected to be released later in the year.

Festival News

2000 Trees Festival has announced the first 38 bands with Slaves being confirmed as the first headliner. Joining them will be Nothing But Thieves, Pulled Apart By Horses, Jamie Lenman, Feed The Rhino, Dinosaur Pile Up, Muncie Girls, Black Foxxes, Grumble Bee, Shvpes, Bad Sign, Bellevue Days, Weirds, Personal Best, Cassels, Doe, Fizzy Blood, Soeur, Jonah Matranga, Giants, Tigercub, Away Days, Apologies, I Have None, The St. Pierre Snake Invasion, Louise Distras, Milestones Uk, Polary, Making Monsters, Wars, Vukovi, Straight Lines, Steven Battelle, Petrol Girls, Queen Kwong, Area 11, Greywind and Strange Bones.

Zebrahead, The Ataris and Fenix TX have just been announced for the Fireball Whisky stage at this year’s Slam Dunk Festival.

10 bands have been added to this year’s ArcTanGent Festival; TesseracT, SikTh, Tricot, Bossk, Employed To Serve, Lost in Kiev, Gug, Strobes, The Physics House Band and Wot Gorilla?

The likes of Twin Atlantic, Pulled Apart By Horses, Jaws, Beans On Toast, ROAM, Heck, Tigercub, Muncie Girls, Shvpes, Grumble Bee, and Bad Sign have been announced for the Y Not? Festival. It takes place from 27 – 30 July and will be headlined by Stereophonics, Two Door Cinema Club and The Vaccines.

The first names for this year’s Truck Festival includes Twin Atlantic, Nothing But Thieves, Jaws, ROAM, Tigercub, Sløtface, Weirds, Peaness, and Husky Loops. Truck Festival takes place in Oxfordshire from July 21st to 23rd. The Libertines, Franz Ferdinand and The Vaccines headline.

The first wave of bands for this year’s Fort Fest have been announced; Fort Hope, Skarlett Riot, Our Hollow, Our Home, Grumble Bee, The Ghost Riders In The Sky, Forever Still, Eva Plays Dead, Seasons, Autumn Ruin, Phoenix Calling, Making Monsters, Massive, The Bad Flowers, The Brink, Apherium, In Dynamics, Oceans, and Fires That Divide. After making its debut in September 2016, the festival will return to Scald End Farm in Bedfordshire for a second year, this time at the earlier date of the 4th-6th August.


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