Pre-Sale Tickets: Frank Turner And The Sleeping Souls Confirm Autumn UK Dates For The Never Ending Tour Of Everywhere

Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls

Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls have rescheduled The Never Ending Tour Of Everywhere. The singer-songwriter and his band were forced to scrap the shows back in 2021 due to increasing concerns around COVID-19.

The folk-punk artist will now play gigs in England, Wales and Scotland between September 21 and October 14. The tour will support his latest album, ‘FTHC’, which was released through Xtra Mile Recordings/Polydor back in February. It follows 2019’s ‘No Man’s Land’.

Pre-sale tickets are on sale now, ahead of general sale at 12pm on April 14.

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This Week’s New Releases: Eddie Vedder, Big Thief And Mary J. Blige

This week is chock-full of new music. Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder has put out his third solo LP, Big Thief have shared a 20-song double album, and Mary J. Blige has followed up 2017’s ‘Strength Of A Woman’. Fancy something else? Head below to check out what else is on offer.

Alt-J – ‘The Dream’ (Infectious/BMG)

Amos Lee – ‘Dreamland’ (Dualtone)

Andy Bell – ‘Flicker’ (Sonic Cathedral)

Big Thief – ‘Dragon New Warm Montain I Believe In You’ (4AD)

City Of Lights – ‘Before The Sun Sets’ (Frontiers)

Dan Andriano and the Bygones – ‘Dear Darkness’ (Epitaph)

Degreed – ‘Are You Ready’ (Frontiers)

Eddie Vedder – ‘Earthling’ (Seattle Surf/Republic)

Escape From The Zoo – ‘Countin’ Cards’ (Fat Wreck Chords)

Foxes – ‘The Kick’ ([PIAS])

Frank Turner – ‘FTHC’ (Xtra Mile/Polydor)

James Morrison – ‘Greatest Hits’ (Believe)

Joywave – ‘Cleanse’ (Cultco Music/Hollywood)

Krüller – ‘Author & Punisher’ (Relapse Records)

Mary J. Blige – ‘Good Morning Gorgeous’ (Mary Jane/300 Entertainment)

Mild Orange – ‘Looking For Space’ (Mild Orange)

Night Shop – ‘Forever Night’ (Night Shop/Dangerbird Records)

Nina Simone – ‘Feeling Good: Her Greatest Hits and Remixes’ (UME/Verve)

OMBIIGIZI – ‘Sewn Back Together’ (OMBIIGIZI/Arts & Crafts)

Slash feat Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators – ‘4’ (Snakepit/Gibson/BMG)

Spoon – ‘Lucifer On The Sofa’ (Matador)

Urge Overkill – ‘Oui’ (Urge Overkill Group/Omnivore)

Voivod – ‘Synchro Anarchy’ (We Are Connected/Century Media Records)

Wilkinson – ‘Cognition’ (Sleepless/BMG)

Zeal & Ardor – ‘Zeal & Ardor’ (MVKA)

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This Week’s New Releases: AC/DC, McFly And Paloma Faith

What a week! We’ve got a new record from legendary rockers AC/DC, McFly have finally followed up 2010’s ‘Above The Noise’, and Paloma Faith has put out her fifth full-length.

Not your bag? There’s a shedload more to choose from below.

2 Chainz – ‘So Help Me God’ (Gamebread/Def Jam/UMG)

AC/DC – ‘Power Up’ (Columbia)

Andrea Bocelli – ‘Believe’ (Decca)

André Rieu and Johann Strauss Orchestra – ‘Jolly Holiday’ (Decca)

Baby Queen – ‘Medicine’ EP (Polydor Records)

The Bats – ‘Foothills’ (Flying Nun)

BENEE – ‘Hey u x’ (Republic Records)

Boris – ‘Absolutego’ and ‘Amplifier Worship’ reissues (Third Man Records)

Chilly Gonzales – ‘A Very Chilly Christmas’ (Gentle Threat)

Chris Stapleton – ‘Starting Over’ (Mercury Records Nashville)

The Cranberries – ‘No Need To Argue – Deluxe’ (Island)

The Darcys – ‘Fear & Loneliness’ (The Darcys Records Inc./Warner Music)

Davido – ‘A Better Time’ (Davido Worldwide Entertainment/Sony)

Elton John – ‘Jewel Box’ (EMI)

Frank Turner and Jon Snodgrass – ‘Buddies II: Still Buddies’ (Xtra Mile Recordings)

GHØSTKID – ‘GHØSTKID’ (Century Media)

Girls Of The Internet – ‘GIRLS FM’ (Drab Queen)

Gregor – ‘Destiny’ (Chaper Music)

GY!PA – ‘Clubber’ EP (Mas O Menos Records)

Johnny Cash and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – ‘Johnny Cash and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’ (Sony)

Keith Richards and the X-Pensive Winos – ‘Live At The Hollywood Palladium’ (BMG)

L.A. Guns – ‘Renegades’ (Golden Robot Records)

McFly – ‘Young Dumb Thrills’ (BMG)

Molchat Doma – ‘Monument’ (Sacred Bones)

Nuclear – ‘Murder Of Crows’ (Black Lodge Records)

Paloma Faith – ‘Infinite Things’ (RCA)

Paris Jackson – ‘wilted’ (Republic Records)

Pentatonix – ‘We Need A Little Christmas’ (RCA)

Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons – ‘We’re The Bastards’ (Nuclear Blast)

Sophie Ellis-Bextor – ‘Songs from the Kitchen Disco: Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s Greatest Hits’ (Cooking Vinyl)

Tricky – ‘Doorway’ EP (False Idols)

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This Week’s New Releases: Trivium, The Used And Lucinda Williams

What a week for new music! Friday finally saw the release of Trivium’s ninth studio album, the Used followed up 2017’s ‘The Canyon’, and Lucinda Williams put out ‘Good Souls Better Angels’.

Not your bag? There’s plenty more to spin below.

999 – ‘Bish! Bash! Bosh!’ (Cleopatra Records)

Alice Bag – ‘Sister Dynamite’ (In The Red Records)

America – ‘Heritage II: Demos/Alternate Takes 1971-1976’ (Omnivore)

Andrew Gold – ‘Something New: Unreleased Gold’ (Omnivore)

AWOLNATION – ‘Angel Miners and the Lightning Riders’ (Better Noise Music)

BC Camplight – ‘Shortly After Takeoff’ (Bella Union)

Birds Of Tokyo – ‘Human Design’ (Birds of Tokyo Pty Ltd)

Brendan Benson  – ‘Dear Life’ (Third Man Records)

Cassowary – ‘Cassowary’ (Fat Possum Records)

Cirith Ungol – ‘Forever Black’ (Metal Blade Records)

Cutting Crew – ‘Ransomed Healed Restored Forgiven’ (August Day)

Dance Gavin Dance – ‘Afterburner’ (Rise Records)

Danzig – ‘Danzig sings Elvis’ (Cleopatra Records)

Dead Ghosts – ‘Automatic Changer’ (Burger Records)

Elder – ‘Omens’ (Stickman)

Ezra Furman – ‘Sex Education OST’ (Bella Union)

Fivio Foreign – ‘800 BC’ (RichFish/Columbia)

Frank Turner – ‘Live In Newcastle’ (Xtra Mile Recordings/Polydor)

Hayley Williams – ‘Petals For Armor II’ EP (Atlantic)

Hazel English – ‘Wake Up!’ (Marathon)

K Camp – ‘Kiss 5’ (Interscope)

Kali Uchis – ‘To Be Alive’ EP (Virgin EMI)

Katatonia – ‘City Burials’ (Peaceville Records)

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – ‘Chunky Shrapnel’ (KGLW)

Lennon Stella – ‘Three. Two. One’ (Records/Columbia)

Lonr. – ‘Land Of Nothing Real’ (Epic)

Lucinda Williams – ‘Good Souls Better Angels’ (Highway 20 Records)

Mark Kozelek – ‘All The Best, Isaac Hayes’ (Caldo Verde Records)

Marker Starling – ‘High January’ (Tin Angel)

Other Lives – ‘For Their Love’ (Play It Again Sam)

OTR – ‘Lost At Midnight’ (Astralwerks)

The Pack A.D. – ‘It Was Fun While It Lasted’ (The Pack A.D./Fontana North)

Peter Oren – ‘The Greener Pasture’ (Western Vinyl)

Rose McGowan – ‘Planet 9’ (Damage Inc)

RVG – ‘Feral’ (Fire Records)

Scouting For Girls – ‘Everybody Wants To Be On TV – Lost Songs’ EP (Sony)

Sophie Tassignon – ‘Mysteries Unfold’ (RareNoise Records)

Tom Misch and Yussef Dayes – ‘What Kinda Music’ (Caroline)

Trivium – ‘What The Dead Men Say’ (Roadrunner)

The Used – ‘Heartwork’ (Hassle Records)

Warbringer – ‘Weapons Of Tomorrow’ (Napalm Records)

Wares – ‘Survival’ (Mint Records)

White Poppy – ‘Paradise Gardens’ (Not Not Fun)

Wiz Khalifa – ‘The Saga Of Wiz Khalifa’ (Taylor Gang/Atlantic)

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This Week’s New Releases: Sleater-Kinney, Killswitch Engage And The Hold Steady

The day has finally arrived, Sleater-Kinney’s new album is here! However, it does mark their last with drummer Janet Weiss so it’s all a tad bittersweet.

This week we’ve also got Killswitch Engage following up 2016’s ‘Incarnate’ and the Hold Steady putting out their seventh studio album, plus much more.

Head below to check out the rest of the new releases on offer.

Blanck Mass – ‘Animated Violence Mild’ (Scared Bones)

Frank Turner – ‘No Man’s Land’ (Xtra Mile/Polydor)

Friendly Fires – ‘Inflorescent’ (Polydor)

The Hold Steady – ‘Thrashing Thru The Passion’ (Frenchkiss Records)

Ho99o9 – ‘Cyber Warfare’ EP (Toys Have Powers/999 Deathkult)

Illenium – ‘Ascend’ (Atralwerks)

Killswitch Engage – ‘Atonement’ (Metal Blade/Sony)

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – ‘Infest The Rats’ Nest’ (Flightless Records)

Ludovico Einaudi – ‘Seven Days Walking – Day 6’ (Decca)

Mallory Knox – ‘Mallory Knox’ (A Wold At Your Door/Silva Screen)

The Murder Capital – ‘When I Have Fears’ (Human Season)

Off With Their Heads – ‘Be Good’ (Epitaph)

Oh Sees – ‘Face Stabber’ (Castle Face)

Red Hearse – ‘Red Hearse’ (RCA Records)

Ride – ‘This Is Not A Safe Place’ (Wichita)

Rodney Crowell – ‘Texas’ (RC1 Records)

Shura – ‘Forevher’ (Secretly Canadian)

Sleater-Kinney – ‘The Center Won’t Hold’ (Mom + Pop)

Snoh Aalegra – ‘-Ugh, Those Feels Again’ (Artium Recordings)

Various Artists – ‘Quality Control: Control The Streets, Vol.2’ (Quality Control Music/Motown Records/UMG)

Young Thug – ‘So Much Fun’ (300 Entertainment/Atlantic)

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This Week’s Top Tickets: Rod Stewart, John Newman, Loyle Carner, Gerry Cinnamon, Scouting For Girls, Kelly Jones, Frank Turner, The Menzingers, Jojo Siwa and more

Rod Stewart

The legendary singer-songwriter has confirmed he’ll be one of the first acts to perform at Aberdeen’s new state-of-the-art venue P&J Live in the city on December 7. He’s also added a third date at the O2 Arena in London on December 20. Tickets for the new gigs go on general sale at 9am on July 19.

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John Newman

The British singer-songwriter, who is currently on the road for his Out Of The Blue Tour, will be accompanied by a full band at autumn shows in Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Leeds, Bristol, Brighton and London, where he’ll play the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on July 19.

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Loyle Carner

The rapper will hit the road for his largest headline trek to date in late October, with stops lined up in Dublin, Glasgow, Newcastle, Leeds, Liverpool, Cardiff, Manchester, Brighton, Birmingham, Cambridge, Nottingham, Exeter, and London, where he’ll perform at the iconic Alexandra Palace on November 15. Tickets are on sale now, priced from £24.75 including fees.

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Gerry Cinnamon

The Glaswegian singer-songwriter has announced he’ll play his biggest headline Scottish shows to date at Aberdeen’s PJ Live on November 23 and his hometown’s SSE Hydro Arena on December 20. The Coral will provide support. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on July 19.

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Scouting For Girls

The indie-pop trio are scheduled to return with ‘The Trouble With Boys’ on September 20, followed by an extensive tour across the UK and Ireland in November and December. The  30-date trek includes stops in Manchester, Cardiff, Belfast, Dublin, Glasgow, and London, where they’ll play the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on July 19.

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Kelly Jones

The Stereophonics frontman will embark on the second UK leg of his Don’t Let The Devil Take Another Day: A Solo Tour in September, with stops lined up in Dundee, Carlisle, Gateshead, Blackpool, York, Llandudno, Portsmouth, and Oxford. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on July 19.

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Frank Turner

After sharing details of ‘No Man’s Land’ earlier this month, the folk-punk troubadour has confirmed he’ll follow the record’s release with autumn shows, including two dates at London’s Alexandra Palace Theatre on November 30 and December 3. Tickets go on general sale at 11am on July 19.

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The Menzingers

Photo: Jess Flynn

The Philadelphia punks will support the release of ‘Hello Exile’ with a European tour beginning in early 2020, including UK shows in Southampton, Bristol, Manchester, Dublin, Glasgow, Newcastle, Birmingham, and London, where they’ll play the O2 Forum on February 15. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on July 19.

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JoJo Siwa

The 16-year-old YouTube sensation, social media influencer and Nickelodeon star will bring her D.R.E.A.M. Tour to Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena on November 4 and Dublin’s 3Arena on November 6. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on July 19.

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Also announced this week:

Manchester Warehouse Project, Friendly Fires, Liam Gallagher, Peter Hook and the Light, Pumarosa, Will Joseph Cook, Rick Wakeman, While She Sleeps, Mac DeMarco, Aldous Harding, Daniel Caesar, Bear’s Den, (Sandy) Alex G, Omar Apollo, Keywest, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Life, Slaves,  Tori Kelly, AJ Pritchard, Al Murray, Spiritualized, Sick Of It All, FriendsFest Christmas, and more. Head here for a full list and to find your tickets.

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Things We Love This Week: Bombay Bicycle Club, Frank Turner, Bonobo

Hey hun, u ok? Glad to have you back with us for another exciting edition of Learn To Cook With Coriander. This week, we’ve got some interesting recip… Oh wait. I’m at the wrong class. You’re here for music you say? Well I’m sure I can rustle something up.

Bombay Bicycle Club

This iconic indie band are back from a five year hiatus, and it’s the best news. They’ve been relatively active since January, teasing new music and announcing various shows all very far away from the Stereoboard office — Who’s got time to go all the way to Cork? I wish!

Fortunately, this year also happens to coincide with the release of their debut (and in my opinion, best) album. ‘I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose’ is a lesson in emotional guitar playing while still leaving the listener absolutely hooked, and varies from delicate finger picking to almost grunge-like distortion at times. That combined with Jack Steadman’s vulnerable vocal style is what makes their record one I hold dear to my heart.

I can imagine your excitement when this week the Bombay gang announced they’d be playing the LP in full on tour in November. Tickets are on sale now, and you should definitely get one,  or two, or seven. To get you in the mood for the long, long wait for the concerts, listen to some rare demos and previously unheard material that’s been shared to coincide with the announcement.

Frank Turner

Frank Turner’s latest album is inspired by women who’ve been overlooked throughout history. Right on!  He worked solely with female musicians to record it, and production comes from 2018 Producer Of The Year winner Catherine Marks, who’s worked with the likes of Wolf Alice, Foals, the Wombats, the Amazons, the Big Moon, Manchester Orchestra, St Vincent, Frank Carter and the Rattle Snakes… the list goes on.

Turner suspects that if these stories had male protagonists they’d probably be more widely known — his heart is in the right place, but some still aren’t happy with him. Addressing these critics who posit it’s not his place to be writing about such topics, he stated: “It’s not telling anyone what to do or how to live or how to be. If there was a crowded field of people writing songs about Princess Kassiani then I would see the argument for me bowing out, but there isn’t. No-one else is writing these songs right now. That’s why I want to share these stories.” 

While I’m not fussed about the actual song, I like the sentiment. Such influential women need to be celebrated, even if one of them is a murderer… maybe let’s not celebrate that one. But women in general, hell yeah!

Frank has UK tour dates planned this month. Find tickets here.


Lastly, it’s FRIDAY of course! So it’s time to get your club on, courtesy of my main man Simon Green, who you might know better as that musical magician Bonobo. The Los Angeles-based producer has shared a new track, Linked, that is his first new material since January. It could soundtrack a montage video of the wild night out you’re about to have this evening. I know what you’re planning. Where was my invite?

A six-minute long build up transports you to a place of hedonism and revelry, and its laser synths and ethereal vocal flourishes makes you want to lose yourself in darkness and dancing.

While you may not get a chance to see him in the UK any time soon, Bonobo does have a long list of festival sets planned for the summer, including OUTLIER, Mad Cool and Shambala, as well as various other shows dotted around the US.

Alas, dear reader, I am off next week. Good news for me, but how will you cope without your weekly dose of music news?! See you on the other side. 

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This Week’s New Releases: Leon Bridges, Jon Hopkins And Eleanor Friedberger

There is a lot on offer this week. Leon Bridges has put out his sophomore LP, Jon Hopkins has finally followed up 2013’s ‘Immunity’, and the Fiery Furnaces’ Eleanor Friedberger has released her fourth solo album.

If none of that tickles your fancy head below for some more new releases.

Aquilo – ‘II’ (Island)

Belly – ‘Dove’ (Belly Touring)

Black Moth Super Rainbow – ‘Panic Blooms’ (Rad Cult)

Damien Jurado – ‘The Horizon Just Laughed’ (Secretly Canadian)

Desiigner – ‘Life of Desiigner’ (G.O.O.D. Music/ Def Jam Recordings)

DJ Koze – ‘Knock Knock’ (Pampa)

Eleanor Friedberger – ‘Rebound’ (Frenchkiss Records)

Frank Turner – ‘Be More Kind’ (Xtra Mile/Polydor)

Gaz Coombes – ‘World’s Strongest Man’ (Caroline)

Halfnoise- ‘Flowerss’ EP (Congrats Records)

Iceage – ‘Beyondless’ (Matador Records)

Jon Hopkins – ‘Singularity’ (Domino)

Leon Bridges – ‘Good Thing’ (Columbia)

Mat Kearney – ‘CRAZYTALK’ (Tomorrow Music)

Matt & Kim – ‘Almost Everyday’ (FADER Label)

Middle Kids – ‘Lost Friends’ (Lucky Number)

Parkway Drive – ‘Reverence’ (Epitaph)

Parker Millsap – ‘Other Arrangements’ (Okrahoma Record)

Peace – ‘Kindness Is The New Rock And Roll’ (Ignition)

Plan B – ‘Heaven Before All Hell Breaks Loose’ (Atlantic)

Rae Sremmurd – ‘SR3MM’ (Eardruma Records/Interscope Records)

Reef – ‘Revelation’ (earMUSIC)

Royce da 5’9 – ‘Book Of Ryan’ (eOne Music)

Shinedown – ‘Attention Attention’ (Atlantic)

Tove Stryke – ‘Sway’ (Sony Music Sweden/RCA Records)

Trampled by Turtles – ‘Life Is Good On The Open Road’ (Banjodad)

Venetian Snares and Daniel Lanois – ‘Venetian Snares and Daniel Lanois’ (Timesig)

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The Pick Of Friday’s Tickets: Rudimental, Florence And The Machine, Daddy Yankee, Frank Turner, John Grant, Incubus, Madness, The Damned and more…


Rudimental have announced an October tour, including a second night at London’s Alexandra Palace due to demand, alongside new stops in Glasgow, Nottingham, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, Birmingham, Manchester and Bournemouth. Tickets are on general sale at 9am on April 27.

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Florence and the Machine will play shows at Halifax’s Victoria Theatre on May 5, Baths Hall in Scunthorpe the following day, and London’s Royal Festival Hall on May 8, prior to opening the Rolling Stones’ London Stadium show on May 25. Tickets are on sale at 10am on April 27.

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The King of Reggaeton will play a huge show at the SSE Arena Wembley in London on August 10, with support from Dominican vocalist Natti Natasha. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on April 27.

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The folk-punk singer-songwriter’s new LP, ‘Be More Kind’, is out on May 4, with shows in Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, Bournemouth, Cardiff and London set to follow between January 22 and February 3. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on April 27.

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The American singer-songwriter will call in Dublin, Birmingham, Bangor, Brighton, London, Bath, Sheffield and Manchester throughout June, August, October and November. Tickets go on sale at 10am on April 27.

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The California band will play the O2 Academy Birmingham, the O2 Academy Brixton, Manchester’s O2 Apollo, Belfast’s Ulster Hall and Dublin’s Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in early September as part of a European tour. Tickets are on sale at 9am on April 27.

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The legendary ska-pop troupe will bring their The Sound of Madness Tour to arenas in December, including stops in Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Plymouth, Bournemouth, Nottingham, Birmingham, Glasgow, Hull, Reading, Cardiff, Brighton, and London, where they’ll perform at the O2 Arena. Tickets go on general sale at 9.30am on April 27, with the Fratellis set to support on all dates except Minehead and Cardiff.

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David Vanian, Captain Sensible, Monty Oxymoron, Pinch and Paul Gray will call in Brighton, Norwich, Cheltenham, London, Portsmouth, Sheffield, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Coventry and Oxford between November 19 and December 1. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on April 27.

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Also announced this week

Stereophonics, Biffy Clyro, Bullet For My Valentine, Christine and The Queens, Coasts, A Perfect Circle, SikTh, Teenage Fanclub, Hiss Golden Messenger, Tom Chaplin, Kurt Vile, Hobo Johnson, Tiny Moving Parts, The Contortionist, Tom Walker, The Sherlocks, Emma Blackery, Sons Of Bill, Myles Kennedy, Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons, Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats, L.A. Witch, Kelis, Alexisonfire, Joanne Shaw Taylor, Clare Bowen, Enation, John Oates, K Flay, the Wood Brothers, Bill Bailey, Chris Ramsey, Rachel Parris, Luisa Omielan, Paul Merton, Joshua Radin, William Fitzsimmons, Jade Bird, Will Varley, the Sheepdogs, the Bootleg Beatles, Jaret Reddick, Afro Celt Sound System, Ry Cooder, 808 State, Okkervil River and more.

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This Week’s New Releases: Björk And Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

This week is all about one woman, Björk. The Icelandic artist has finally followed up 2015’s ‘Vulnicura’ and we, along with everyone else, couldn’t be happier.

You’ve also got a new record from Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and plenty more to keep you busy below. Fill your boots!

Alexander Armstrong – ‘In A Winter Light’ (Rhino)

Almanac – ‘Kingslayer’ (Nuclear Blast)

Amy Macdonald – ‘Under Stars (Live In Berlin)’ (Virgin EMI)

Andre Rieu – ‘Amore’ (Decca)

BDY_PRTS – ‘Fly Invisible Hero’ (Aggrocat Records)

Björk – ‘Utopia’ (One Little Indian)

Bob Seger – ‘I Knew You When’ (Virgin EMI)

Daniel Alexander – ‘Unfree’ EP (Maison Ainsi)

Drahla – ‘Third Article’ EP (Blank Ad)

DRAM – ‘#1EpicHoliday’ EP

Elbow – ‘The Best Of (Deluxe)’ (Polydor)

Frank Turner – ‘Songbook’ (Polydor)

Matt Terry – ‘Trouble’ (Syco)

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – ‘Who Built The Moon?’ (Sour Mash Records)

Ramones – ‘Rocket To Russia (40th Anniversary Deluxe)’ (Rhino)

Saxon – ’10 Years Of Denim And Leather – Live 1990′ (Demon)

SECT – ‘No Cure For Death’ (Southern Lord Recordings)

Sufjan Stevens – ‘The Greatest Gift’ mixtape (Asthmatic Kitty)

Wilson Pickett – ‘The Complete Atlantic Albums Collection’ (Rhino)

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