In Case You Missed It (29/08/2016)

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

Apologies, I Have None – Pharmacie
Mat Kerekes – Luna & the Wild Blue Everything

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Jimmy Eat World – Get Right
Every Time I Die – C++ (Love Will Get You Killed)
You Me At Six – Night People
Balance and Composure – Afterparty
Wakrat – Sober Addiction
Dead! – Somehting More Orignal
Two Tongues – Azalea
Trophy Eyes – Heaven Sent
ICYMI – Get Out
Devin Townsend Project – Secret Sciences
Temple Of The Dog – Black Cat (Demo)
Meshuggah – Born In Dissonance
RavenEye – Inside
KUB – Skin
Crying – Wool in the Wash
Lola Cove – Wait Up For Me
Hiding Place – The Wayside

New Videos

Korn – Insane
Taking Back Sunday – You Can’t Look Back
Touché Amoré – Skyscraper
Of Mice & Men – Real
Against Me! – Crash
Sum 41 – War
Young Guns – Mad World
Joyce Manor – Fake I.D.
Apologies, I Have None – Everybody Wants To Talk About Mental Health
Milk Teeth – Crows Feet
Brawlers – Better Looking
Columbus – Nervous Wreck
To The Wind – The Brighter View
Faux – Call
Cortes – Towers
Far From History – Shockwave Asylum
Zakk Wylde – Sleeping Dogs ft. Corey Taylor
Coheed and Cambria – Bridge and Tunnel (Demo)
Slowcoaches – Norms & Values
Skinny Lister – Geordie Lad
Autumn Ruin – We Make Our Own Damn Luck
Civil Villains – Atone
Donovan Wolfington – Mercurus / HxC Punk
Lightscape – Running
Sleep On It – Unspoken
Fallen to Flux – Razor’s Edge
KING 810 – Alpha & Omega
Seasons – Empire
Breathe In The Silence – Promised Lands
Berwanger – I Want You Bad

Tour News

Biffy Clyro will tour the UK this November and December with Brand New as special guests.

29 SSE Hydro, Glasgow
30 GE Oil & Gas Arena, Aberdeen
02 Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
03 Arena, Manchester
04 First Direct Arena, Leeds
06 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
07 Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
08 O2 Arena, London

Red Hot Chili Peppers will tour the UK for the first time in five years in December. They’ll be joined by Babymetal.

Monday 5 The O2, London
Tuesday 6 The O2, London
Thursday 8 The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Saturday 10 Genting Arena, Birmingham
Sunday 11 Genting Arena, Birmingham
Wednesday 14 Manchester Arena, Manchester
Thursday 15 Manchester Arena, Manchester

State Champs will return to the UK in March 2017 for a headline tour.

Thu 09 Engine Rooms, Southampton
Fri 10 O2 Academy, Bristol
Sat 11 O2 The Ritz, Manchester
Mon 13 Riverside, Newcastle
Tue 14 Garage, Glasgow
Thu 16 Beckett, Leeds
Fri 17 O2 Institute, Birmingham
Sat 18 O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

American Football have now confirmed a UK headline show early next year at London’s O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on February 11th.

Twenty One Pilots will play London’s Alexandra Palace on November 11th.

Lower Than Atlantis have announced a March 2017 UK tour.

Thu 09 Norwich, UEA
Fri 10 O2 Academy, Birmingham
Sat 11 Academy, Manchester
Mon 13 O2 Academy, Leeds
Tue 14 O2 Academy, Newcastle
Wed 15 ABC, Glasgow
Fri 17 O2 Academy Brixton, London
Sat 18 The Great Hall, Cardiff

Modern Baseball will be returning to the UK in February.

12 1865, Southampton
13 Bierkeller, Bristol
14 Riverside, Newcastle
16 SWG3, Glasgow
17 Academy 2, Manchester
18 O2 Forum, London

Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls will head out on ‘Get Better’ tour this winter.

Fri 18th City Hall, Salisbury
Mon 21st O2 Academy, Liverpool
Tue 22nd Sands Centre, Carlisle
Wed 23rd Dome, Doncaster
Fri 25th Empire, Coventry
Sat 26th Great Hall, Cardiff
Sun 27th New Theatre, Oxford
Mon 28th Great Hall, Exeter
Wed 30th Hexagon, Reading
Thu 1st University Refectory, Leeds
Fri 2nd Garage, Aberdeen
Sat 3rd Usher Hall, Edinburgh
Mon 5th Baths Hall, Scunthorpe
Tue 6th Parr Hall, Warrington
Wed 7th Northumbria University, Newcastle
Fri 9th Rock City, Nottingham
Sat 10th De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill
Sun 11th UEA, Norwich
Mon 12th G-Live, Guilford
Wed 14th Guildhall, Portsmouth

Tellison have announced a short UK run for this November. They’ll be joined by Cambridge newcomers Grieving.

24th The Blue Moon, Cambridge
25th The Exchange, Bristol
26th Pop Bubble Rock!, Manchester
27th The Lexington, London (W/ Doe)

RavenEye will follow up the release of their debut album, ‘NOVA’ on September 23rd, with a UK tour in the Autumn.

20 Mad Hatters, Inverness
21 Stereo, Glasgow
22 Bannermans, Edinburgh
23 The Fruit, Hull
25 Islington Academy 2, London
27 The Bullingdon, Oxford
28 Met Lounge, Peterborough
29 Clwb Lfor Bach, Cardiff
03 Beat Generator, Dundee
04 Rebellion, Manchester
06 The Musician, Leicester
10 Greystones, Sheffield
11 Marr’s Bar, Worcester
12 MK11, Milton Keynes
13 Talking Heads, Southampton
18 Red Lion, Kent
29 Crofter’s Rights, Bristol

Donovan Wolfington will be heading to the UK next month for a run of headline shows.

16 Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
17 The Joiners, Southampton (matinee)
17 Old England, Bristol (evening)
18 Fallow Cafe, Manchester
19 Conroy’s Basement, Dundee
20 13th Note, Glasgow
21 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
22 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
23 JT Soar, Nottingham

Pinegrove will follow up their forthcoming UK tour with a one-off London show in February.

4 End of the Road Festival, Larmer Tree Gardens
5 Gullivers, Manchester
6 Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
7 The Hug & Pint, Glasgow
8 Think Tank, Newcastle
9 Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
10 Bestival, Isle of Wight
11 Joiners, Southampton
12 Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
13 The Lexington, London
15 Green Door Store, Brighton
1 Fighting Cocks, Kingston
3 Bodega, Nottingham
4 Studio 2, Liverpool
5 Limelight 2, Belfast
22 Scala, London

In The News

American Football will release their first album in 17 years on October 21st. Like the bands first and only LP, it will be titled ‘American Football’ and will be released in the UK/Europe through Wichita.

1. Where Are We Now?
2. My Instincts Are the Enemy
3. Home Is Where the Haunt Is
4. Born to Lose
5. I’ve Been So Lost for So Long
6. Give Me the Gun
7. I Need a Drink (or Two or Three)
8. Desire Gets in the Way
9. Everyone Is Dressed Up

You Me At Six have revealed their new album will be called ‘Night People’. It’s set to be released on January 13th 2017.

01. Night People
02. Plus One
03. Heavy Soul
04. Take on the World
05. Brand New
06. Swear
07. Make Your Move
08. Can’t Hold Back
09. Spell It Out
10. Give

Planes Mistaken For Stars will return on October 21st with ‘Prey’, their first album in 10 years via Deathwish Inc.

1. Dementia Americana
2. Til’ It Clicks
3. Riot Season
4. Fucking Tenderness
5. She Who Steps
6. Clean Up Mean
7. Black Rabbit
8. Pan In Flames
9. Enemy Blinds
10. Alabaster Cello

Enter Shikari are set to release a new live album on November 4th. ‘Live at Alexandra Palace’ will be the sixth part of their “Bootleg Series” and will be available through Ambush Reality / Play It Again Sam.

1. Intro / Solidarity
2. Sorry You’re Not A Winner
3. The One True Colour
4. The Last Garrison / No Sleep Tonight
5. Destabilise
6. Radiate
7. Slipshod / The Jester
8. Price On Your Head (inc. Danny Byrd Remix)
9. Dear Future Historians
10. Arguing With Thermometers
11. Gandhi Mate, Gandhi
12. Torn Apart
13. Mothership
14. Redshift
15. Anaesthetist (inc. Reso Remix)
16. The Appeal & The Mindsweep II

Two Tongues, the project of Saves The Day’s Chris Conley, and Max Bemis of Say Anything, have announced their long awaited second album, ‘Two’. It will be released on October 14th.

1. Azalea
2. Truly
3. Barcelona
4. U.S.
5. Scorpio
6. S.O.S.S.O.L.
7. We Can Work
8. Veuve Clicquot
9. Bateman
10. Interlude Two
11. Black Hole

Slaughter Beach, Dog, the new project from Jacob Ewald of Modern Baseball, will release his debut LP, ‘Welcome’, on September 30th on Lame-O Records.

1. Mallrat Semi-Annual
2. Toronto Mug
3. Monsters
4. Bed Fest
5. Forever
6. Jobs
7. Politics Of Grooming
8. Drinks
9. Toronto Mug II
10. Essex Street

New York-based power pop/rock band Crying have announced they will release their debut LP, ‘Beyond the Fleeting Gales’ on October 14th via Run For Cover Records.

01. Premonitory Dream
02. Wool In The Wash
03. Patriot
04. Origin
05. Well And Spring
06. A Sudden Gust
07. There Was A Door
08. Revive
09. Children Of The Wind
10. The Curve

London-based rock trio Black Orchid Empire have announced the release of their debut album ‘Archetype’ will take place on November 11th.

01. Come In
02. God Is Awake
03. Here’s To You
04. This City
05. Melancholia
06. Rabbit In A Snowstorm
07. Riches And Rags
08. Riff Of Death
09. Speed Of Sound
10. Walking Disaster
11. Medicine
12. Mountain
13. Ended Up Like This

Kansas City four piece Berwanger have announced a new album. ‘Exorcism Rock’ will be released through Doghouse Records on November 4th.

01. De Vocis Desertores Angeli
02. Exorcism Rock
03. Rats & Cats
04. Booty Shake
05. Black Sun
06. Guess You Weren’t Wrong
07. I Want You Bad
08. Slutty Skin
09. Forever
10. Spirit King
11. Space & Time

London deadpan punk rockers Slowcoaches will release their debut album, ‘Nothing Gives’, on December 2nd via Leisure & District.

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