In Case You  Missed It (28/02/2016)

In Case You  Missed It (28/02/2016)

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

Albums/EPs
Simmer – Paper Prisms
Rain – Symphony Pains EP
From Ashes to New – Day One
Can’t Swim – Death Deserves A Name EP
Fucko – Dealing With The Weird
ROMP – Departure From Venus
Save Ends – Hug Your Friends
Muncie Girls – Respect

Songs
Messenger – Balearic Blue
Nai Harvest – Just Like You
Shadow Hunters – Fire Will Be Free
Area 52 – What Do You Want? // Carry On
We Came From Wolves – Ruiner
Michael Mormecha – Family
Being As An Ocean – Dissolve
Tiger Army – Prisoner of the Night
Lonely The Brave – What If You Fall In
Bad Ideas – Give Up
Oceans of Slumber – Devout
Nothing – Vertigo Flowers
Teen Suicide – The Stomach of the Earth
Sorority Noise – Either Way
Snow Roller – Too Good
Against The Current – Runaway

New Videos

Faintest Idea – Circling the Drain
Black Stone Cherry – The Rambler
Skating Polly – Perfume For Now
Small Pond Big Fish – Strange Thoughts Follow Shadows
Polyphia – Nightmare
Hands Like Houses – Glasshouse
A Will Away – Yellow (Coldplay Cover)
PVRIS – You and I
Brian Fallon – Nobody Wins
Allusondrugs – Nervous (live session video)
Palisades – Fall
Wilson – Give ‘Em Hell
Evarose – Provoke Me
The Used – The Bird And The Worm (Live & Acoustic At The Palace)
Wray – Hypatia
Our Hollow Our Home – Throne To The Wolves
Holy Pinto – Matches
Merit – Take Care
TrueHeights – Stay
Empty Yard Experiment – Entropy

Tour News

Lonely The Brave will support the release of their new album, ‘Things Will Matter,’ with a UK tour.

April
27 Moles, Bath
29 MK11, Milton Keynes
29-01 Handmade Festival, Leicester
May
17 The Zephyr, Leamington Spa
18 The Cavern, Exeter
20 The Corn Exchange, Cambridge
23 The Open, Norwich
24 Sub89, Reading
27 Riverside, Newcastle

Caves, Doe, Personal Best and Shit Present will be heading out on tour together in May.

May
06 Retro Bar, Manchester
07 Deadpunk Festival, Bristol
08 Maguires, Liverpool
09 Restless Natives Fest, Glasgow
10 TBC
11 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
12 Pride Of Exmouth, Exmouth
13 The Full Moon, Cardiff
14 Diy Space For London, London*
*without Shit Present

Steel Panther will be playing four UK arena shows in October. Support comes from Bowling For Soup and Buckcherry.

October
15 SSE Arena, Wembley, London
16 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
18 Arena, Manchester
19 Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham

Values will be joining Prolong The Agony on their forthcoming UK tour.

March
27 Sebright Arms, London
28 Pi Bar, Leicester
30 Montys Bar, Dunfermline
31 Lounge 41, Workington
April
01 Rewind, Wrexham
02 Cobblestones, Bridgwater

Hotly tipped rockers Dead! will be going out on an intimate UK tour from late March.

March
30th Le Pub, Newport
31st Gryphon, Bristol (18+)
April
1st Asylum Bar, Birmingham
2nd The Little Buildings, Newcastle
3rd Shadow Sound Studios, Glasgow
4th Opium, Edinburgh
5th Tiger Lounge, Manchester
14th Dean Street Studios, London (18+)
15th Joiners, Southampton

Max Raptor will be going out on a headline tour in April with support from Fizzy Blood and The St Pierre Snake Invasion.

April
20th The Star Guildford
21st Hope, Brighton
22nd The Star, Kingston
23rd Two Pigs ,Cheltenham
24th The Scene Club 2, Swansea
25th Marrs Bar, Worcester
27th Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow
28th Mad Hatters, Inverness
29th Live Rooms, Chester

SWMRS will make their UK debut in May with a run of headline shows including a slot on The Great Escape Festival.

May
Thu 19 New Slang @ Hippodrome – Room 2, Kingston
Fri 20 The Great Escape – The Hope and Ruin , Brighton
Sat 21 Gold Sounds Festival-Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Sun 22 Broadcast, Glasgow
Mon 23 Think Tank, Newcastle
Wed 25 The Joiners, Southampton
Thu 26 Old Blue Last, London

Hertfordshire rockers Fort Hope have announced a lengthy UK headline tour.

April
26 Joiners Arms, Southampton
27 Portland Arms, Cambridge
30 Islington O2 Academy, London (with Saosin)
May
01 The Louisiana, Bristol
05 Barfly, London
06 Sound Control, Manchester
07 Rock City, Nottingham
08 Key Club, Leeds
10 Electric Circus, Edinburgh
11 Mad Hatters, Inverness
12 King Tuts, Glasgow
13 Surf Café, Newcastle
14 Brickyard, Carlisle
16 O2 Academy 2, Liverpool
17 Asylum 2, Birmingham
19 The Venue, Derby
20 Sin City, Swansea
21 Hobos, Brigend
23 The Horn, St Albans
24 Patterns, Brighton
25 Underground, Plymouth
June
10 Download Festival, Derbyshire

Puscifer will cross the Atlantic for their first UK dates in late May.

May
30 Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
31 The Roundhouse, London

In The News

Lonely the Brave will release their second album, ‘Things Will Matter,’ through Hassle Records on May 20th.

1. Wait In The Car
2. Black Mire
3. What If You Fall In
4. Rattlesnakes
5. Diamond Days
6. Play Dead
7. Dust & Bones
8. Radar
9. Tank Wave
10. Strange Like I
11. Boxes
12. Jaws Of Hell

Being As An Ocean have joined Equal Vision Records.

Nai Harvest have revealed plans to release a double A-side single, ‘Just Like You / Jelly’ on April 22nd via Topshelf Record.

The Kings Blues guitarist Jamie Jazz has announced his departure from the band.

The UK/EU release of ‘Standards,’ the new album from Into It. Over It. has been confirmed for April 29th via Triple Crown Records.

1. Open Casket
2. Closing Argument
3. No EQ
4. Vis Major
5. Your Lasting Image
6. Old Lace & Ivory
7. Required Reading
8. Bible Black
9. Who You Are ≠ Where You Are
10. Anesthetic
11. The Circle Of The Same Ideas

Yellowcard have re-joined Hopeless Records.

Pvris will release ‘White Noise (Deluxe Version)’ on April 22nd via Rise Records.

DISC 1 (CD)
1. You and I
2. Empty
3. Smoke
4. St. Patrick
5. My House
6. Holy
7. White Noise
8. Fire
9. Eyelids
10. Mirrors
11. Ghosts
12. Let Them In
13. You and I (Stripped)

DISC 2 (DVD)
1. You and I
2. Smoke/Mirrors
3. St. Patrick
4. My House
5. Holy
6. White Noise
7. Fire
8. Eyelids
9. Ghosts/Let Them In

Modern Baseball have revealed full details of their new album. ‘Holy Ghost’ will be released through Run For Cover on May 13th.

01. Holy Ghost
02. Wedding Singer
03. Note to Self
04. Mass
05. Everyday
06. Hiding
07. Coding These to Lukens
08. Breathing in Stereo
09. Apple Cider I Don’t Mind
10. What If
11. Just Another Face

Sorority Noise have announced they will release a new EP titled ‘It Kindly Stopped For Me’. It will be released on April 22nd through Topshelf Records.

1. Either Way
2. A Will
3. Fource
4. XC

Mojo Fury frontman and multi-instrumentalist Michael Mormecha is set to release his debut solo album, ‘LOFi LiFE’, on May 9th via Swallow Song Records.

The New Tusk have joined Beach Community. A new EP called ‘Sloom’ will be released on April 8th.

Sweden’s The Sun Days have signed to Run For Cover Records. Their self-titled debut LP will be released on March 25th in collaboration with Swedish indie Luxxury Records.

Evarose will release their new album, ‘Invisible Mosnters’ on June 24th. Pre-orders are available through Pledge Music.

Crossfaith have released an EP featuring bands they will be touring the UK and Europe with soon; The Qemists, The One Hundred and Counting Days. You can hear the ‘XENO UK & European Tour 2016’ EP here.

1. Crossfaith – Wildfire (feat. Benji Webbe from Skindred)
2. Crossfaith – Dance With The Enemy (previously unreleased)
3. The Qemists – No More
4. The One Hundred – Unleashed
5. Counting Days – Die Alone

Indie pop duo Holy Pinto have announced their debut full length, ‘Congratulations,’ will be released on April 8th via Soft Speak Records.

1. Matches
2. Hospital Room
3. Elliot
4. Mexico
5. Floripa
6. Tooth
7. Phantom Limb
8. Fairylights
9. Graduation
10. Congratulations
11. Flowers (with Hospital pt 2.)

As It Is have announced a deluxe release of their debut album, ‘Never Happy, Ever After’, due on 8th April through Fearless Records.

A Lot Like Birds has announced the departure of vocalist Kurt Travis. The band also announced that they will begin recording their fourth album in April, with vocalist Cory Lockwood and bassist Matt Coate sharing vocal duties.

Portland, Oregon’s Snow Roller will release their debut full-length, ‘What’s The Score?’ on March 25th through Broken World Media.

01 Too Good
02 Same Reasons
03 Kidney Stone
04 Afterthought
05 Fritz Brickle
06 Living The Dreamshake
07 Cycling
08 Snot
09 Say More
10 Kar Kar Binks

Festival News

Muse have been confirmed as the Friday night headliners for the Glastonbury Festival.

Eight more acts have been announced for the Slam Dunk Festival and sees The Kings Blues, Shikari Sound System (DJ Set), Moose Blood, The Amity Affliction, The World Alive, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, and Catch 22 join the bill.

The second batch of bands for Arctagent have been announced and sees the following names announced:

La Dispute, Meet Me in St Louis, Nordic Giants, Errors, Animals As Leaders, Yndi Halda, Mutoid Man, Agent Fresco, Good Tiger, Raketkanon, MNHM, Tiny Fingers, Gulfer, Svalbard, Dialects, Cheap Jazz, Kusanagi, Chiyoda Ku and SkyHitch.

ArcTanGent takes place from August 18th-20th at Fernhill Farm just 10 miles south of Bristol.

Gnarwolves, Apologies, I Have None, Crazy Arm and Brawlers are amongst the new names added to the Manchester Punk Festival.

Gnarwolves
Apologies, I Have None
Perkie
The Dead Class
Luvdump
John Player Specials
Rising Strike
Crazy Arm
Brawlers
Tim Holehouse
Emma Hallows
Hello Mable
Thick Richard
Only Strangers
Edgarville

The join over 50 acts across the weekend from the 21st to the 23rd April 2016.

The organisers behind the Hit The Deck Festival have shared the following update:

“Hey all
Sorry for the lack of an update about this year’s ‪#‎HTDFest‬. We’re currently working on reformatting the Festival to later in the year to better fit in with band’s touring schedules. Please sign up to the mailing list here http://tinyurl.com/HTD2016 to be the first in the know.
Thanks for all your patience,
Team HTD xx”