This Week’s New Releases: Halsey, Chvrches and Turnstile

First things first, an apology is necessary as we didn’t bring you last week’s edition of the blog due to sickness in the Stereoboard camp. But, we’re going to make it up to you of course! Below we’ve got the new releases from August 20, which includes Lorde, Deafheaven, Between The Buried And Me, Jake Bugg and Anderson East, alongside this week’s new records.

Today, Halsey has dropped the highly anticipated Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross-produced follow-up to 2020’s ‘Manic’, and Chvrches have released album number four, while American hardcore punks Turnstile have put out their third.

AUGUST 27

Au/Ra – ‘Soundtrack To an Existential Crisis’ (Loudmouth/Sony)

Baba Ali – ‘Memory Device’ (Memphis Industries)

The Beach Boys – ‘Feel Flows: The Sunflower & Surf’s Up Sessions 1969–1971 (Super Deluxe)’ (Capitol)

Becky Hill – ‘Only Honest On The Weekend’ (EKO/Polydor)

Belly – ‘See You Next Wednesday’ (XO/Roc Nation)

Big Red Machine – ‘How Long Do you Think It’s Gonna Last?’ (Jagjaguwar)

Bobbi Phillie – ‘Barz ‘n’ Cruz Tha (EP)’ (Yezzir)

The Bronx – ‘Bronx VI’ (Cooking Vinyl)

The Bug – ‘Fire’ (Ninja Tune)

Chvrches – ‘Screen Violence’ (EMI)

Dean Friedman – ‘American Lullaby’ (Real Life)

Diane Warren – ‘Diane Warren: The Cave Sessions, Vol. 1’ (BMG)

Goat – ‘Headsoup’ (Rocket)

Halsey – ‘If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power’ (Capitol/UMG)

Indigo De Souza – ‘Any Shape You Take’ (Saddle Creek)

Jo O’Meara – ‘With Love’ (Metrophonic)

The Kooks – ‘Inside In/ Inside Out (15th Anniversary Edition)’ (Virgin/UMC)

Maisie Peters – ‘You Signed Up For This’ (Gingerbread Man/ Asylum)

New Order – ‘Be A Rebel Remixed’ (Mute)

Nite Jewel – ‘No Sun’ (Gloriette)

Not3s – ‘3 Th3 Album’ (Sony BMG)

OneRepublic – ‘Human’ (Republic/Island)

SL and Baih Records- ‘Haxixe’ (Baih)

Steve Gunn – ‘Other You’ (Matador)

Takida – ‘Falling From Fame’ (BMG)

Toyah – ‘Posh Pop’ (Demon)

Turnstile – ‘Glow On’ (Roadrunner)

Wizkid – ‘Made In Lagos (Deluxe)’ (Starboy/RCA)

 

AUGUST 20

Anderson East – ‘Maybe We Never Die’ (Elektra/Atlantic)

Angel Olsen – ‘Aisles (EP)’ (Jagjaguwar)

Bakey – ‘Bring It Back (EP)’ (Shall Not Fade Ltd)

Between The Buried and Me – ‘Colors II’ (Sumerian)

Blanco – ‘City Of God’ (Polydor)

Deafheaven – ‘Infinite Granite’ (Sargent House)

Debbie Gibson – ‘The Body Remembers’ (Stargirl)

Eric Clapton – ‘Eric Clapton (Anniversary Deluxe Edition)’ (Polydor)

Fink – ‘IIUII’ (R’Coup’D)

Jake Bugg – ‘Saturday Night, Sunday Morning’ (Sony)

James McMurtry – ‘The Horses and The Houds’ (New West)

Lorde – ‘Solar Power’ (Virgin)

Maggie Rose – ‘Have A Seat’ (Starstruck Records/Soundly Music)

Martha Wainwright – ‘Love Will Be Reborn’ (Cooking Vinyl)

Molly Burman – ‘Fool Me With Flattery (EP)’ ( Prolifica via [PIAS])

Morrisson – ‘Guilty (EP)’ (Since ’93)

Newton Faulkner – ‘Interference (Of Light)’ (Battenberg)

Sam Williams – ‘Glasshouse Children’ (UMG/ Mercury Nashville)

Shaun Ryder – ‘Visits From Future Technology’ (SWRX)

Shaybo – ‘Queen Of The South’ (Black Butter)

Sturgill Simpson – ‘The Ballad Of Dood & Juanita’ (High Top Mountain Records/Thirty Tigers)

Tom Rosenthal – ‘Denis Was A Bird’ (Tinpot)

Trippie Redd – ‘Trip At Night’ (1400 Entertainment, Inc./10K Projects)

Ty Dolla $ign and DVSN – ‘Cheers To The Best Memories’ (OVO Sound)

Villagers – ‘Fever Dreams’ (Domino)

Yousef and Camelphat – ‘One Summer (EP)’ (Knee Deep In Sound)

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Top Tickets This Week: The War On Drugs, Chvrches, James Blunt, James Morrison, Nick Cave And Warren Ellis, Kano and more

The War On Drugs


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The War On Drugs have announced a new album, ‘I Don’t Live Here Anymore’, along with accompanying North American, UK and European shows for 2022. Tickets for all dates go on general sale at 10am local time on July 23.

The trek commences in the United States in January before expanding across the UK and Europe in the spring, with concerts confirmed in Birmingham, Dublin, Leeds, Edinburgh and London, where they’ll play the iconic O2 Arena on April 12.

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Chvrches

The trio will tour the UK next spring, calling at Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange, Newcastle’s O2 City Hall, London’s O2 Academy Brixton, the O2 Academy Birmingham, and Manchester’s O2 Apollo between March 14 and 19. Tickets go on general sale at 9.30am on July 23.

The shows will follow the release of their fourth studio album, ‘Screen Violence’, due out on August 27 via EMI in the UK and Glassnote in the US.

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James Blunt

The singer-songwriter will hit the road in February 2022, with stops planned in Brighton, Manchester, Cardiff, Hull, Birmingham, Nottingham, Glasgow and London, where he’ll perform at the SSE Arena Wembley. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on July 23.

The shows will support Blunt’s upcoming greatest hits album, ‘The Stars Beneath My Feet (2004-2021)’, due out on November 19 via Atlantic Records.

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James Morrison


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James Morrison has lined up a 22-date Greatest Hits Tour between March 10 and April 10, kicking off in Southend and culminating in Glasgow. Other stops on the trek include Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Ipswich, Cardiff, Leicester, Oxford, Bournemouth, Folkestone, Stoke, Manchester, Bath, Stockton, Liverpool, Cambridge, Birmingham, Nottingham, Sheffield, Newcastle, Brighton and London, where he’ll play the Palladium. Tickets are on sale now.

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Nick Cave and Warren Ellis

Nick Cave and his long-time Bad Seeds bandmate and frequent collaborator have lined up 20 UK shows for later in 2021, kicking off in Poole on September 2 and culminating at Brighton Dome on October 10. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on July 23.

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Kano

The London rapper will play an exclusive full band show at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on August 11 in aid of War Child. The gig will take place prior to his headline slots at All Points EastBoardmasters and NASS later this summer. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on Friday July 23, with prices starting from £35.00.

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Also announced this week:

  • Yungblud has rescheduled three upcoming shows and added an Edinburgh show to his tour plans.
  • Agnes Obel has rescheduled her UK and Ireland shows.
  • Dinosaur Jr. have announced a UK and European tour for spring 2022.
  • Mick Jenkins has announced UK shows as part of a European tour this autumn.
  • James have announced a festival warm-up show in Oxford.
  • Kris Barras Band have announced UK shows for spring 2022.
  • Hundred Reasons have confirmed headline UK shows for 2022.
  • JXDN has announced UK and Ireland shows for 2022.
  • Return of The Jinkx and Dela Holiday Show Live Tour will head to the UK later this year.
  • Don Broco have lined up four shows ahead of their appearances at Slam Dunk.
  • Gorillaz have announced a free show this summer for NHS workers and their families.
  • Disney On Ice presents Find Your Hero will tour the UK between October 28 and January 2, 2022.
  • Sam Fender has rescheduled his UK shows to August, September and November.
  • Tinie moves his London show for a second time to April 2022.
  • David Essex has rescheduled his UK tour for a second time to September 2022.

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This Week’s New Releases: Mariah Carey, Mumford & Sons And Smashing Pumpkins

The new releases are still coming in thick and fast. Be sure to make the most of it before the Christmas lull!

Pop’s #1 diva, Mariah Carey, is back with a new album, Mumford and Sons are racking up LP #4, and the Smashing Pumpkins have returned with their first recording in over 18 years to feature founding members Billy Corgan, James Iha and Jimmy Chamberlin. Longtime guitarist for the band Jeff Schroeder, bassist Jack Bates and keyboardist Katie Cole complete the line up.

Still in the mood for more? Fill your boots below.

Acoustic Alchemy – ‘Thirty Three And A Third’ (Onside via Absolute)

All Hail The Yeti – ‘Highway Crosses’ (Minus Head Records)

Amon Amarth – ‘The Pursuit Of Vikings (Live At Summer Breeze)’ (Metal Blade/Music For Nations)

Anderson .Paak – ‘Oxnard’ (12 Tone/Aftermath)

Boyzone – ‘Thank You & Goodnight’ (Rhino)

Chvrches – ‘Hansa Sessions’ EP (Virgin EMI)

Eiko Ishibashi – ‘The Dream My Bones Dream’ (Drag City)

The Fizz – ‘Christmas With The Fizz’ (MPG via Absolute)

Fleetwood Mac – ’50 Years – Don’t Stop’ (Warner Bros)

Hen Ogledd – ‘Mogic’ (Domino)

Jean-Michel Jarre – ‘Equinoxe Infinity’ (Sony)

The Limiñanas – ‘I’ve Got Trouble In My Mind Vol.2 (7″ And Rare Stuff 2015/2018)’ (Because/Caroline)

Little Mix – ‘LM5’ (Syco)

Mariah Carey – ‘Caution’ (Epic Records)

Mark Knopfler – ‘Down The Road Wherever’ (A British Groove/ Virgin EMI)

Michael Bublé – ‘Love’ (Reprise)

Mumford and Sons – ‘Delta’ (Gentleman Of The Road/Island)

Paloma Faith – ‘The Architect (Zeitgeist Edition)’ (RCA)

Paul Heaton – ‘The Last King Of Pop’ (Virgin EMI)

Roy Orbison and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – ‘Unchained Melodies’ (Legacy/Sony)

Ryley Walker – ‘The Killywhite Sessions’ (Dead Oceans)

Smashing Pumpkins – ‘Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1 / LP: No Past. No Future. No Sun’ (Napalm Records)

Various Artists – ‘Creed II (OST)’ (Sony)

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The Pick of Friday’s Tickets: Alt-J, Twenty One Pilots, Chvrches, Paul Weller, James And The Charlatans, Mogwai, Rhod Gilbert and more.

ALT-J

Alt-J will release ‘Reduxer’ on September 28 before hitting the road in October for shows in Dublin, Glasgow, Leeds, Leicester, Gateshead, Manchester and London, where they’ll play the Royal Albert Hall. Tickets are on sale at 9am on July 20.

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TWENTY ONE PILOTS

With their new album, ‘Trench’, out on October 5, Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun will bring their Bandito tour to Birmingham’s Genting Arena on February 27, Dublin’s 3 Arena on March 1, Belfast SSE Arena on March 3, Manchester Arena on March 5, and London’s SSE Arena Wembley for two nights on March 7 and 8. Tickets will go on general sale at 10am on  Friday July 20.

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CHVRCHES

The synth-pop trio will head out in February for shows in London, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Belfast and Dublin. Tickets go on sale at 9am on July 20.

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PAUL WELLER

Paul Weller has announced an exclusive pair of orchestral shows at the Royal Festival Hall in the Southbank Centre, London on October 11 and 12. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on July 20.

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JAMES AND THE CHARLATANS

James and the Charlatans will perform at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro, London’s SSE Arena Wembley, Manchester Arena and Leeds’ First Direct Arena in December. Tickets go on general sale at 9.30am on July 20.

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MOGWAI

The post-rock legends, who released ‘Every Country’s Sun’ last autumn, will be joined by the Twilight Sad for stops in Liverpool, Birmingham, Leeds, Brighton and Cardiff this November. Tickets are on sale at 10am on July 20.

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RHOD GILBERT

A total of 52 dates have been confirmed for the Welsh comic’s The Book of John tour, his first stand-up tour in six years, which begins on February 2 at Wrexham’s William Aston Hall and runs through to the end of July. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on July 20. Head here for pre-sale tickets.

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Also announced this week

Robert Plant, John Carpenter, Anti-Flag, Cancer Bats, DMA’s, Hothouse Flowers, Professor Green, Denzel Curry, Ron Pope, Black Eyed Peas, Davido, Kelly Lee Owens, The Music of Cream, Morcheeba, Nothing But Thieves, Matt Maltese, Jessie J, Wargirl, Uli Jon Roth, Matt Richardson, Ricky Gervais, Metric, The Goon Sax, George FitzGerald, The Chats, Bicep, The Hunna, Sam Evian, Jen Cloher, Cassels, Dylan Carlson and more.

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This Week’s New Releases: Shawn Mendes, Chvrches And Biffy Clyro

It’s another busy one this week. Shawn Mendes has put out LP #3, Chvrches have finally followed up 2015’s ‘Every Open Eye’, and Biffy Clyro have released their MTV Unplugged album, which was recorded at London’s Roundhouse last November.

Still want more? Fill your boots below.

A$AP Rocky – ‘Testing’ (A$AP Worldwide/Polo Grounds Music/RCA Records)

The Beat – ‘Here We Go Love’ (Here We Go)

Biffy Clyro – ‘MTV Unplugged: Live At Roundhouse, London’ (14th Floor/Atlantic)

Calypso Rose – ‘So Calypso!’ (Because/Caroline)

Chad Valley – ‘Imaginary Music’ (Cascine)

Chvrches – ‘Love Is Dead’ (Virgin EMI)

Dear Nora – ‘Skulls Example’ (Orindal Records)

Hoobastank – ‘Push Pull’ (Napalm Records)

Inner Tongue – ‘Favours’ (Mount Silver/Caroline)

Jennifer Warnes – ‘Another Time, Another Place’ (BMG)

Jonathan Davis – ‘Black Labyrinth’ (Sumerian)

Jo Passed – ‘Their Prime’ (Sub Pop)

Judith Owen – ‘RedisCOVERed’ (Twanky)

Lindi Ortega – ‘Liberty’ (Shadowbox)

Luke Howard – ‘Open Heart Story’ (Mercury KX/Decca)

Mt. Desolation – ‘When The Night Calls’ (Island)

Parliament – ‘Medicaid Fraud Dogg’ (C Kunspyruhzy Records Inc.)

Pusha-T – ‘Daytona’ (G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam Recordings)

Rene LaVice – ‘Far From Perfect’ (RAM via Absolute)

Shawn Mendes – ‘Shawn Mendes’ (EMI)

Snow Patrol – ‘Wildness’ (Polydor)

Tracyanne & Danny – ‘Tracyanne & Danny’ (Merge Records)

Thunderpussy – ‘Thunderpussy’ (Virgin EMI)

Wand – ‘Perfume’ EP (Drag City)

Wooden Shjips – ‘V’ (Thrill Jockey)

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Staff Picks: Jennifer Geddes

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This was the year pop went mainstream in my music collection. It had always been there, on the periphery, but never run the show until now. After nearly 15 years of loyal service I guess I just got a little bored with what indie and punk were giving me and I looked elsewhere.

Taking a rather broad view of its definition, and enjoying the darker side of pop, I was attracted by the shininess, with synths, bright colours,and sometimes glitter. Largely, it offered something that I’d not realised I’d been missing: more diversity in terms of music, lyrics and performers.

Things that caught my interest in pop this year included the GQ interview between Ryan Adams and Taylor Swift, which was a great discussion on on creativity. See that below. Swift also did a Grammy listening session, where she detailed the production of ‘1989’. Her songwriting partner, Jack Antonoff, appeared in Charli XCX: The F-Word and Me to talk about his experiences with people’s differing perceptions of his and Swift’s songwriting and production talents.

Chvrches’ Lauren Mayberry, too, had some insightful and elegant responses to being a woman in music, as did Jehnny Beth of Savages and Bjork. Also, Halsey gave an interesting interview with Popjustice, where she – possibly unintentionally – deconstructed the self-construction of a pop star’s media image.

Pop has also been ridiculous this year. Tom Hanks appeared in a Carly Rae Jepsen music video, Kanye West said he’d run for president, Tidal was a thing that happened, and there was Justin Bieber, again. If i’ve learned one thing from this year it’s that as long as we have Grimes we’ll probably be OK.

Here’s a list of some of my favourite things from this year, it’s not all pop, but there is a lot of it.

Best Album

  • Grimes – ‘Art Angels’
  • Chvrches – ‘Every Open Eye’
  • The Wonder Years – ‘No Closer To Heaven’
  • Beach Slang – ‘The Things We Do to Find People Who Feel Like Us’
  • Halsey – ‘Badlands’

Best Song

Leon Bridges – Coming Home

School of Seven Bells – Open Your Eyes

Lim Kim – Awoo


Savages – The Answer

Bloc Party – The Love Within

Best Live

  • Taylor Swift – Manchester Arena, Manchester
  • The City On Film – Little Man Coffee, Cardiff
  • Sweet Baboo – Thekla, Bristol
  • Moose Blood – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
  • Single Mothers – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

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This Week’s New Releases: Disclosure, New Order And Kurt Vile

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This week we sees the release of Disclosure’s much-anticipated sophomore LP, ‘Caracal’. Meanwhile, Kurt Vile is churning out album #6 with ‘B’lieve I’m Goin Down’ and New Order are unveiling ‘Music Complete’, their first new studio album in over a decade. Make sure to have a gander at the rest of this week’s new releases, including The Dead Weather, Peaches, Swim Deep and Chvrches, below.

Chvrches – ‘Every Open Eye’ (Glassnote/ Caroline)

Disclosure – ‘Caracal’ (Island/ PMR)

Don Henley – ‘Cass Country’ (Virgin EMI)

The Dead Weather – ‘Dodge And Burn’ (Third Man Records)

Julia Holter – ‘Have You In My Wilderness’ (Domino)

New Order – ‘Music Complete’ (Mute)

Peaches – ‘Rub’ (I U She Music)

Shane Filan – ‘Right Here’ (East West/ Warner Brothers)

Swim Deep – ‘Mothers’ (Chess Club/ RCA)

Kurt Vile – ‘B’lieve I’m Goin Down’ (Matador)

 

 

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The Pick Of Friday’s Tickets: Bring Me The Horizon, Motionless In White, Mayday Parade, The Cribs And Chvrches

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BRING ME THE HORIZON

The Sheffield quintet will warm up for their sets at Reading and Leeds with shows at the O2 Academy Liverpool on August 26, joined by Turbowolf, before calling at the O2 Academy Oxford on August 27. Tickets are on general sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £22.50 plus fees.

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MOTIONLESS IN WHITE

The goth-metallers will be joined by Chelsea Grin and New Years Day for the Beyond The Barricade tour, which will call in Belfast, Dublin, Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, Nottingham, Birmingham, Bristol and Southampton before two nights at the Underworld in London, between November 23 and December 6. Tickets are on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced between £16.00 and £18.00 plus fees.

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MAYDAY PARADE

Mayday Parade have announced a run of UK and Ireland shows as part of their Black Lines tour. The band’s fifth full length is set to arrive on October 9 and will be followed up by a European tour, including stops in Exeter, Bristol, Norwich, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Dublin, Glasgow, Nottingham, London, Leeds and Portsmouth. Tickets are on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £16.00 (£17.50 in London), plus fees.

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THE CRIBS

Having already set up shows in Glasgow and London, the Wakefield trio have confirmed further stops at O2 Academies in Newcastle, Sheffield, Bristol and Oxford, as well as a date at Nottingham’s Rock City, Manchester’s Albert Hall and Portsmouth’s Pyramids Centre, between October 19 and 30. Tickets for the new dates are on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £18.00 plus fees.

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CHVRCHES

The Scottish trio will head to Brighton, Bristol, Manchester, Newcastle, Aberdeen, Dundee, Birmingham and London, with Four Tet, between November 16 and November 27. Tickets go on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced from £17.50 (£22.50 for London), plus fees.

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Top Tours This Week!!

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Bring Me The Horizon

The Sheffield five-piece will warm up for their sets at the Reading and Leeds festival with shows at Liverpool’s O2 Academy on August 26 and Oxford’s O2 Academy on August 27.
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Tickets are on general sale at 9am on Friday, priced at £22.50 plus fees.


The Cribs

Having already set up shows in Glasgow and London, the Wakefield trio have lined up further stops at O2 Academies in Newcastle, Sheffield, Bristol and Oxford, as well as a date at Nottingham’s Rock City, Manchester’s Albert Hall and Portsmouth’s Pyramids Centre, between October 19 and 30.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on Friday, priced at £18.00 plus fees.


Motionless In White

The goth-metallers will be joined by Chelsea Grin and New Years Day for the Beyond The Barricade tour, stopping in Belfast, Dublin, Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, Nottingham, Birmingham, Bristol and Southampton before two nights at the Underworld in London, between November 23 and December 6.
http://www.stereoboard.com/motionless-in-white-tickets
Tickets are on sale at 9am on Friday, priced between £16.00 and £18.00 plus fees.


Chvrches

The Scottish trio will call in Brighton, Bristol, Manchester, Newcastle, Aberdeen, Dundee, Birmingham and London, with Four Tet, between November 16 and November 27.
http://www.stereoboard.com/chvrches-tickets
Tickets are on sale 9am on Friday, priced from £17.50 (£22.50 for London), plus fees.


Mayday Parade

Mayday Parade will support their upcoming album, Black Lines’, out on October 9, with UK shows in Exeter, Bristol, Norwich, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Dublin, Glasgow, Nottingham, London, Leeds and Portsmouth, between January 26 and February 7, 2016.
http://www.stereoboard.com/mayday-parade-tickets
Tickets are on sale at 9am on Friday, priced at £16.00 (£17.50 in London), plus fees.


The Internet

The Los Angeles troupe will head to Glasgow, Manchester, London and Bristol between November 24 and November 27. Joining them for their Manchester and London shows is Thundercat, aka Stephen Bruner.
http://www.stereoboard.com/the-internet-tickets
Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday, priced from £15.00 plus fees.


Also announced this week, so far

Faithless, Half Moon Run, Battles, Johnny Marr, The Parlotones, The Twilight Sad, The Phoenix Foundation, Mirrors, Heaven’s Basement, Simon McBride, Nai Harvest, The Vibrators, Tigercub, Slaves, Then Thickens, Snuff, Video Games Live, Noveller, Daylight, Angel Haze, Nothing More, Asian Dub Foundation, Raleigh Ritchie, Let’s Talk Daggers, Vangoffey, Eskimo Callboy, Agnostic Front, Allusondrugs, Brawlers and many more!

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Faithless At #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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Faithless have shot straight to the top of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart this week, bumping Little Mix all the way down to #14. Also new to the top 20 are Kelly Clarkson and John Newman. Returning, after leaving the chart last week, are  One DirectionDef Leppard and Whitesnake and Florence And The Machine.

However, as we usher new bands in, others must leave, and so we say goodbye to RudimentalMotorheadKiss Haunted House PartyBob DylanNew OrderMotley CrueThe Gaslight Anthem,BBC Radio 2 LiveFall Out BoyOprah and The Prodigy.

On sale this week are ChvrchesJohnny MarrThe CribsMayday Parade and Bring Me The Horizon. Check back with us next week to see if any of them managed to steal the top spot away from Faithless.

7. U2
13. Calvin Harris (who’s playing Tennents Vital and Glasgow Summer Sessions)
17.  The 1975
On sale this week – can they break the top 20?

 

1. Chvrches

2. Johnny Marr

3. The Cribs

4. Mayday Parade

5. Bring Me The Horizon

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