News digest /// 3rd – 9th June

Gold Skies Ahead

Gold Skies Ahead Premiere New Video

Gold Skies Ahead have premiered a new video for their song ‘All This Way’ – the track that features Mike Herrera of MxPx. ‘All This Way’ is taken off the band’s EP ‘Bremerton’ (out 15th July). Championing new ethics of the pop-punk genre, Gold Skies Ahead make a new dynamic force on the UK scene.

Inherit The Stars Present First Video Of Trilogy

Inherit The Stars

Sheffield-based Inherit The Stars have premiered their debut video for ‘Citizens Of Earth’ – the first part of  their apocalyptic Orbis Trilogy of video singles to be available over coming months. Inherit The Stars offer an innovative take to metal, alternative and rock in their music, and, fair to say, this take has been very successful so far. Recently the band have released their debut album ‘We Were Made To Walk The Skies’ which was met with great critical acclaim. You can get the album on iTunes.

Heights Announce Headline UK Tour


Catch Heights live on the following dates and also grab their latest album ‘Old Lies For Young Lives’ (released 29th April 2013).

Mon-Sep-30 NORWICH Waterfront Studios

Tue-Oct-1 BIRMINGHAM 02 Academy 3

Thu-Oct-3 NEWCASTLE Newcastle Uni

Fri-Oct-4 GLASGOW Ivory Blacks

Sat-Oct-5 LEEDS Cockpit 2

Sun-Oct-6 SHEFFIELD Corporation

Mon-Oct-7 CARDIFF Moon Club

Wed-Oct-9  SOUTHAMPTON  Joiners

Thu-Oct-10 LONDON  Borderline

The First Release New Single

The First

Melodic rockers The First have released their newest single ‘Love Regret Forgive Forget’ and also presented a video for it which you can watch here. The single is available to order from iTunes, but if you pre-order the band’s sophomore album ‘Take Courage’ (out later this summer), you’ll get the single for free! Looks like a bargain!

Emily Barker Announces Headline UK Tour


Hailing from Western Australia UK-based singer-songwriter Emily Barker has announced her biggest headline UK tour. Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo, who are set to release their anticipated fourth album ‘Dear River’ on 6th July, are embarking on a massive tour of the UK.


10th The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
11th  The Arch Inn, Ullapool
12th Ironworks, Inverness
13th  Oran Mor, Glasgow
15th Komedia, Brighton
16th  Shepherds Bush Empire, London
17th  Blackfriars Priory, Gloucester
18th  The Globe, Cardiff
20th The Musician, Leicester
21st Artrix, Bromsgrove
22nd St John’s Church, Oxford
23rd The Apex, Bury St Edmunds
25th Open, Norwich
26th  Folk Festival, North Dorset


7th  St Philips Church, Salford
8th  Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal
9th  Cluny 2, Newcastle
10th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
11th Junction 2, Cambridge
13th  Discovery Centre, Winchester
14th  Phoenix, Exeter
15th  Plaza Suite, Sevenoaks
16th St Mary-in-the-Castle, Hastings
17th  Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
19th  Glee Club, Birmingham
20th  Greystones, Sheffield
21st  Floral Pavilion, New Brighton
22nd  Folk House, Bristol

Scream Shout Announce First Album In Five Years


Scream Shout have announced the release of their first album in five years. ‘Threads’ is set to be released on 22nd July via Scylla Records. The track list of the album is as follows:

1) Sister, You Don’t Know What Rough Is
2) Young Bucks
3) Conductor, Conduct
4) A Hush & A Heavy Hand
5) A Great Roar
6) Threads
7) I Should Have Been A Pair Of Ragged Claws
8) Over Over Out
9) Hold ‘Em Up
10) The Hardest Part
11) We Bake We Sew

Now you can already download one track from the album and that is ‘I Should Have Been A Pair Of Ragged Claws’


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