In Case You Missed It (16/04/2017)

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

HECK – BGs and Rarities Vol. 1
Charly Bliss – Guppy
Noyo Mathis – We Become Who We’ve Always Been
Austeros – I’ve Got This EP
Westing – I Haven’t Been Feeling Myself
Little Star – Little Star
Deep State – Thought Garden
We Ride – Empowering Life
Isotopes – 1994 World Series Champions
Landlines – Blue EP
Dreaming Awake – Friction Lives
Soldiers Of A Wrong War – Countdown

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Linkin Park – Good Goodbye (feat. Pusha T and Stormzy)
blink-182 – Can’t Get You More Pregnant
Dreamcar – All Of The Dead Girls
Neck Deep – Welcome To Paradise (Green Day cover)
Taking Back Sunday – She (Green Day cover)
Bayside – Burnout (Green Day cover)
Tigers Jaw – June
Jaws – Fruit
Brawlers – Hard Work
All That Remains – Louder
Grayscale – Beautiful Things
Color Film – 52 Minds
Higher Power – Hole
The St Pierre Snake Invasion – Dick E Mozart
The Physics House Band – Obidant
Racquet Club – Blood On The Moon
Fizzy Blood – Pawn
Adult Mom – Tenderness
Biters – Chasin’ the Feeling
The Family – Radio Headphones
Harbinger – The End Of Time
InTechnicolour – Doomer
The Black Angels – Half Believing
Ratboys – Control
The Nyx – Myself
TAHOE – Letter
The Scandals – Hostage
Lonely Robot – Sigma
Valerian Swing – Seven Cliffs
Branch Arterial – Circus
The Stranger – Solomon’s Son
Jack The Envious – Begging For More
At The Wayside – Lose One Friend, Lose All Friends, Lose Yourself
Little Hurricane – Bad Business
Breakfast Muff – Baby Boomers
Atlas Wynd – Mona Lisa
Codices – Illuminate

New Videos

Yellowcard – A Place We Set Afire
New Found Glory – Party On Apocalypse
Basement – Promise Everything
Diet Cig – Maid of the Mist
John K. Samson – Alpha Adept
Employed To Serve – Good For Nothing
Jamie Lenman – Waterloo
Counterfeit – As Yet Untitled
Miss May I – Lost In The Grey
Seaway – Airhead
Columbus – Next To Me
Ho99o9 – City Rejects
COLT 45 – Hard Times
Modern Rituals – Protrusion
Everyday Sidekicks – Bury Your Friends
Youth Killed It – What Happened?
Bear Trade – As Long As We Have Tea
Child – Covert
Royal Thunder – The Sinking Chair
Loathe – East of Eden
Seasonal – Certainty
Lakeshore – Kings (ft Karl Shubach of Misery Signals and Jessie Freeland of The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza)
…And The Hangnails – Enjoy It While It Lasts
Yorkshire Rats – Alone Together
Uneven Structure – Crystal Teeth
Nineteen Fifty Eight – Dark Blue
Smidley – Fuck This
Fall of Minerva – Novocaine
Husky Loops – Tempo
Vertebrae – Half The Time
Lizzy Farrall – Broken Toy
The Interbeing – Sins Of The Mechanical
Blind Channel – Alone Against All
2far2jump – Set Your Goals
SUPER73 – Monkey See, Monkey Do

Tour News

Diet Cig will support their recently released debut album, ‘Swear I’m Good At This’, with a run of UK shows in October.

13 Rough Trade, Nottingham
14 Lancaster Library, Lancaster
16 Soup Kitchen, Manchester
17 Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh
18 Broadcast, Glasgow
19 Headrow House, Leeds
23 Portland Arms, Cambridge
25 Moth Club, London
26 The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

Joyce Manor and Martha will tour the UK together in July.

04 Scala, London
05 The Bullingdon, Oxford
06 The Joiners, Southampton
07 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
08 Rebelion Club, Manchester
09 DSU Cafe, Durham
10 Stereo, Glasgow
11 The Workmen’s Club, Dublin
13 Exchange, Bristol
14 The Haunt, Brighton

Vukovi have announced several headline shows around their appearance at the Slam Dunk Festival. They will be joined by Press to MECO.

24 Mash House, Edinburgh
26 Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle
27 Slam Dunk Festival, Birmingham
28 Slam Dunk Festival, Leeds
29 Slam Dunk Festival, Hatfield
31 Joiners, Southampton
01 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
02 Epic Studios, Norwich
05 Boileroom, Guildford
07 The Forum, Tunbridge Wells

Brawlers have announced three UK shows for early next month.

02 The Black Heart, London
04 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
05 Subside, Birmingham

Melbourne-based quintet Ocean Grove will follow up their appearance at the Slam Dunk Festival with their first UK headline show. It will take place on Sunday 4th June at The Black Heart in London.

The rap punk duo Ho99o9 have also announced a run of UK and Ireland headline shows.

19 Workmans, Dublin (Ireland)
20 Rebellion, Manchester
21 Underworld, London

Ice Nine Kills have added shows in Glasgow and Bournemouth to their forthcoming UK visit, which will also see them appearing at the Slam Dunk Festival.

26 Audio, Glasgow
27 Slam Dunk Midlands, Birmingham
28 Slam Dunk North, Leeds
29 Slam Dunk South, Hatfield
30 The Anvil, Bournemouth
31 The Underworld, London (supporting I Prevail)

Technical metalcore quintet Carcer City have been added to the the UK Tech-Fest 2017 tour where they will be joined by Oceans Ate Alaska and Napoleon.

15 Underground, Plymouth
16 Hobos, Bridgend
17 Satan’s Hollow, Manchester
18 Opium, Edinburgh
19 Jumpin Jacks, Newcastle
20 Roadmender, Northampton
21 The Joiners, Southampton

Junior have announced an August UK tour. They will be joined by The Young Hearts.

02 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
03 Subside, Birmingham
04 The Hug And Pint, Glasgow
05 The Packhorse, Leeds
06 The Black Heart, London

In The News

Epitaph Records have signed New York art pop duo, Color Film. The duo is made up of Daryl Palumbo (Glassjaw / Head Automatica) and Richard Penzone and formed in 2012. Their debut album, ‘Living Arrangements’, will be released on June 16th.

1. We’d Kill Each Other
2. Small Town
3. Crawling in Circles
4. Restless Summer
5. I Need A Parasite
6. Ambush Bug
7. Bass In 7
8. 52 Minds
9. Even If It Did Exist
10. Springtime Of Our Love
11. Bad Saint
12. Day After Day

Sheffield grunge quartet, The Family, will release their debut EP, ‘Welcome To The Family’, on May 19th.

Basick Records have welcomed London metallers Harbinger. Their label debut will come in the form of a new EP titled ‘Human Dust’. It’s due for release on June 16th.

Authority Zero have announced their sixth full-length album, ‘Broadcasting to the Nations’, will be released on June 2nd through Bird Attack Records.

Aussie trio Columbus have announced a new EP called ‘Next To Me’. It will be released on April 28th via UNFD. It will include one new song (‘Next To Me’) and four acoustic songs.

1. Next To Me
2. Say What You Want (Acoustic)
3. Daffodil (Acoustic)
4. Downsides Of Being Honest (Acoustic)
5. Raindrop (Acoustic)

South West singer-songwriter, Tom Aylott, has launched a PledgeMusic campaign to fund his new EP.

Big Scary Monsters have announced that Liverpudlian group Alpha Male Tea Party have joined the label. Their third album, ‘Health’, will be released on June 23rd.

01. Have You Ever Seen Milk?
02. Ballerina
03. The Museum of Walking
04. Nobody Had The Heart To Tell Him He Was On Fire
05. Don’t You Know Who I think I Am?
06. Powerful and Professional
07. Carpet Diem
08. Some Soldiers
09. I Still Live At Home
10. No More

Foxing vocalist Conor Murphy has announced he will be releasing the debut full-length from his new project, Smidley, on June 2nd. The self-titled effort will be released Triple Crown Records.

1. Hell
2. No One Likes You
3. Dead Retrievers
4. Nothing’ll
5. Pink Gallo
6. Fuck This
7. It Doesn’t Tear Me Up
8. Power Word Kill
9. Milkshake
10. Under The Table

Members of The Jealous Sound, Knapsack, and Samiam have come together to form a new band called Racquet Club. The quartet have joined Rise Records with their debut full-length expected to be released later this year.

Pure Noise Records have signed Chester-based singer-songwriter Lizzy Farrall.

London-based progressive sludge/noise-rock four-piece Wren have revealed details of their new album. ‘Auburn Rule’ will be released on July 14th via Holy Roar Records.

1. In Great Yield
2. Scour The Grassland
3. The Herd
4. Traverse
5. Dwellers Of The Sepulchre

Chicago’s Ratboys, led by singer/guitarist Julia Steiner and guitarist Dave Sagan, will release its sophomore album entitled ‘GN’ (aka Goodnight) on June 30th through Topshelf Records.

Punk rock quartet Yorkshire Rats will be releasing a self-titled EP on Friday 16th June through Northern Ruff Records.

1. Alone Together
2. Where Do I Sign?
3. No Way Out
4. Better Days Will Come

New Jersey punks The Scandals will be releasing their new EP, ‘Lucky Seven’, on April 28th via Panic State Records/Say-10 Records.

1. Lucky Sevens
2. Emerald City
3. Hostage
4. Birthmarks
5. Calling Cards

Wisconsin-based pop-punk band At The Wayside have joined Indie Vision Music. A new album, ‘The Breakdown And The Fall’, will be released on May 26th.

Last Hounds have detailed their forthcoming ‘Old Dreams’ EP. It’s due for release on May 19th.

1. Listen (To Me)
2. Lay Me Down
3. Murder Murder
4. DOA

Festival News

The full stage splits for this year’s Slam Dunk Festival have been announced.

Enter Shikari
Don Broco
Deaf Havana
We Are The Ocean
Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness

Bowling For Soup
Less Than Jake
Reel Big Fish
Mad Caddies
The Ataris
Fenix TX

Neck Deep
The Movielife
We The Kings
The Maine
Cute Is What We Aim For
Trophy Eyes
Like Pacific

Tonight Alive
Set It Off
With Confidence
Boston Manor
Black Foxxes
Fort Hope

Against Me!
The Bronx
Frank Iero And The Patience
Crime In Stereo
Milk Teeth
Sorority Noise

Memphis May Fire
Madina Lake
Stray From The Path
I Prevail
Ice Nine Kills
Oceans Ate Alaska
Too Close To Touch

Area 11
Ocean Grove
The Gospel Youth
Competition Winner

The 2000 Trees Festival have announced 12 more bands for this year’s festival including Deaf Havana, who will play a set chosen by their fans via the 2000trees Facebook page.

The other names announced this week are Spring King, Dave Hause & The Mermaid, Oathbreaker, Milk Teeth, Svalbard, Employed To Serve, Young Legionnaire, The Dirty Nil, Lemuria, Freeze the Atlantic and The Winter Passing.

The full line-up of music and events for Frank Turner’s Lost Evenings Festival have been announced. It sees the likes of AJJ, Will Varley, Seth Lakeman, Deux Furieuse, Beans On Toast, Ben Marwood, Ducking Punches, Non Canon and more playing the four day event. Full details can be found here.


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