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So Much Music...

This month, we've been inundated with great music and we'd get banned from Facebook for spamming if we posted everything! So instead, we're going to try something new. A kind of newsletter-type thing in which we cover new releases, tour info, great videos and other news. Even in this format, we're only scratching the surface of all the great news we have to bring you so watch out for more news very soon!

 

New Release - Silas Burke "Janey Believe"


"Janey Believe" is the second track from the upcoming Silas Burke EP and follows on from the excellent debut single Tail Lights, which we featured back in September. It's released today, and will be followed swiftly by the EP later in February. Janey Believe tells the story of young people trying to compromise between starting their life and not abandoning their lust for adventure. It explores themes of acceptance, belief, love, and failure.


With a beautiful arrangement, the song has been taken to new heights through the work of Elliot Vaughan as producer. This track would sit perfectly in any indie folk collection. The track is influenced by the work of Wakey!Wakey!, Gavin DeGraw, and Bon Iver.








 

Introducing: Will Purdue


Will Purdue is an alt-country singer who is causing a stir right now! He spent the back end of last year on tour with Echo & The Bunnymen and you can catch him at Guildfords The Boilerroom on 26th January. Check out Will's latest EP "Call My Name" on Spotify

 

Tour Details: Kirk Brandon brand new show for his 2020 "aKoustiK" tour


Kirk Brandon is the voice of Spear of Destiny, Theatre of Hate and Dead Men Walking. With over 15 studio albums and countless single releases, his career now spans well over 30 years. He has enjoyed worldwide success with all three of the above bands and is also a leader in every punk rock poll by being the singer and songwriter in The Pack.  Hear Kirk Brandon on Spotify and you can catch Kirk with Sam Sansbury at the following:


Fri 31st January NEWCASTLE -U- LYME The Rigger

Sat 1st February STOCKTON -ON- TEES The Green Room

Sun 2nd February SALFORD The Eagle Inn

Thur 6th February YORK Fulford Arms 

Fri 7th February DURHAM Old Cinema Launderette 

Sat 8th February LONDON The Continental Club

Sun 9th February NOTTINGHAM Foremans

Mon 10th February MANCHESTER The Castle 

Wed 12th February DURHAM Old Cinema Launderette 

Thur 13th February LEEDS Brudenell Social Club

Fri 14th February EDINBURGH Voodoo Rooms

Sat 15th February LEICESTER Duffy’s Bar

Sun 16th February BRIGHTON Prince Albert


Visit www.kirkbrandon.com/shows for more details

 

New Release: Glass Violet "Over The Moor"


Alex John and Tom Hurdiss met in Summer of 2018 and began working on material for Glass Violet for several months before recruiting Matt West (Drums), Josh Walsh (Bass) and Declan Pollard (Synth/Keys) to complete the line up.


The band take inspiration from artists such as Kasabian, The Killers and Foals, which has resulted in an anthemic sounding set of songs consisting of huge chorus's, soaring guitar riffs and melodramatic breakdowns.

"Over The Moor" a song about ends and starts and how different phases of life often pass you by without you noticing it’s happened. Its about the desire for finding a certain fire within new beginnings.  





 

New Release: Paris Youth Foundation "Home Is Where The Heart Is"


Paris Youth Foundation have released their new single Home Is Where The Heart Is, as well as announcing their first ever UK headline tour.


It's a late night drive down memory lane, roof down and radio blaring. It's a bouncy, bright and buoyant track that is the perfect antidote to the January blues and, despite the fact the song is riddled with heartbreak, it's a heartbreak that is looked upon with a fondness. That relationship that you look back upon and it raises a smile.

 

February is a busy month for the band as they embark on a seven city tour. Hear more from Paris Youth Foundation on Spotify

 

Spotify Playlisting - A Little Bit Easier




We've joined a group of Spotify curators as we search for the next big thing! Spearheaded by Rebel Rebel PR, you can now submit tracks for consideration which will be heard by a dozen PR companies, bloggers and other influential music industry insiders.


Visit the Submissions playlist and upload your most recent track and we will be announcing the ten freshest new submissions to make it onto the Fresh Rebel and Pop Rebel playlists each week!






 

The Professionals: Three New EPs And A Tour With Stiff Little Fingers!


Following the news of three new EPs, 1, 2 and 3 set for release throughout January, February and March, THE PROFESSIONALS have confirmed a run of UK live dates in support of Stiff Little Fingers.


Each EP will feature 2 new tracks plus two live recordings of older material. The new tracks are contenders for next year’s October released album, the follow up to the critically acclaimed ‘What In The World’.


Hear The Professionals on Spotify and catch them on their tour at the following dates:

12/03    Bristol - Academy

13/03    Cardiff - Uni 

14/03    Birmingham - Academy

16/03    Norwich - UEA

17/03    Glasgow - Barrowlands

19/03    Troon - Concert Hall

20/03    Newcastle - Academy 

21/03    Leeds - Academy

23/03    Northampton- Roadmenders

24/03    Nottingham - Rock City

26/03    Portsmouth - Pyramids

27/03    Manchester - Academy

28/03    London - Roundhouse

 

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