This Week’s New Releases: Rammstein, Kehlani and Bloc Party

It’s another mixed bag this week. Rammstein have followed up their 2019 untitled LP, and Bloc Party are back with their sixth album, and first since 2016’s ‘Hymns’. Kehlani, meanwhile, has dropped the star-studded follow-up to 2020’s ‘It Was Good Until It Wasn’t’, which features collaborations with Justin Bieber, Blxst, Jessie Reyez, Syd and more.

Fill your boots with some more new music below.

Ann Wilson – ‘Fierce Bliss’ (Silver Lining)

Archive – ‘Call To Arms & Angels’ (Dangervisit/[PIAS])

Astrel K – ‘Flickering I'(Duophonic Super 45s)

Bloc Party – ‘Alpha Games’ (BMG)

Blossoms – ‘Ribbon Around The Bomb’ (EMI)

Charlie Collins – ‘Undone’ (Island)

Chris Janson – ‘All In’ (Warner Nashville)

Congotronics International – ‘Where’s The One?’ (Crammed Discs)

Dana Gavanski – ‘When It Comes’ (Flemish Eye Records)

Diane Coffee – ‘With People’ (Polyvinyl)

Eli “Paperboy” Reed – ‘Down Every Road’ (Yep Roc)

Frontperson – ‘Parade’ (Oscar Street Records)

Ghost Power – ‘Ghost Power’ (Duophonic Super 45s)

Girlpool – ‘Forgiveness’ (Anti-)

The Head and the Heart – ‘Every Shade Of Blue’ (Warner)

Helms Alee – ‘Keep This Be The Way’ (Sargent House)

Honeyglaze – ‘Honeyglaze’ (Speedy Wunderground/[PIAS])

Jaz Valentino – ‘Jaz’s Blues (Side A)’ (Jaz Valentino)

Karen Elson – ‘Green’ (Big Yellow Dog Music)

Kehlani – ‘blue water road’ (TSNMI/Atlantic)

Kelly Lee Owens – ‘LP.8’ (Smalltown Supersound)

Let’s Eat Grandma – ‘Two Ribbons’ (Transgressive)

Lola Kirke – ‘Lady For Sale’ (Third Man Records)

Melody’s Echo Chamber – ‘Emotional Eternal’ (Domino)

Miranda Lambert – ‘Palomino’ (Vanner/Sony)

Neil Young – ‘Official Release Series: Volume 4’ (Reprise)

Norah Jones – ‘Come Away With Me (20th Anniversary Edition)’ (Blue Note/UMe)

Rammstein – ‘Zeit’ (Vertigo/Capitol)

Reef – ‘Shoot Me Your Ace’ (Raging Sea)

Röyksopp – ‘Profound Mysteries’ (Dog Triumph)

Seratones – ‘Love & Algorhythms’ (New West Records)

Shelby Darrall – ‘Entertainment For The Brokenhearted’ EP (GCE Records)

Sofi Tukker – ‘Wet Tennis’ (Sofi Tukker/Ultra Records)

Stylo G – ‘Detentio Mixtape’ (365 Records)

Thunder – ‘Dopamine’ (BMG)

Tomberlin – ‘i don’t know who needs to hear this…’ (Saddle Creek Records)

Toro Y Moi – ‘MAHAL’ (Dead Oceans)

Trombone Shorty – ‘Lifted’ (Blue Note/UMG)

Willie Nelson – ‘A Beautiful Time’ (Sony)

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This Week’s New Releases: Angels & Airwaves, Natalie Imbruglia And The Lathums

The new records keep on rolling out and we are loving it! Angels & Airwaves have released the highly anticipated follow-up to 2014’s ‘The Dream Walker’, Natalie Imbruglia has put out her first new album in six years, and The Lathums have dropped their debut LP.

Head below for more new music.

Angels & Airwaves – ‘Lifeforms’ (Rise Records)

Anthony Hamilton – ‘Love Is The New Black’ (BMG)

Bess Atwell – ‘Already, Always’ (Real Kind)

Carrie Underwood – ‘My Gift (Special Edition)’ (Capitol)

Childcare – ‘Busy Busy People’ (eOne)

Etherwood – ‘Neon Dust’ (Hospital Records)

Joanne Shaw Taylor – ‘The Blues Album’ (Keeping The Blues Alive)

The Lathums – ‘How Beautiful Life Can Be’ (BMG)

Nao – ‘And Then Life Was Beautiful’ (BMG)

Natalie Imbruglia – ‘Firebird’ (BMG)

Pixies – ‘Trompe Le Monde (Limited 30th Anniversary Edition)’ (4AD)

Poppy – ‘Flux’ (Sumerian Records)

Public Service Broadcasting – ‘Bright Magic’ (Test Card/PIAS)

Ringo Starr -‘Change The World’ EP (Universal)

Sex Pistols – ’76-77′ (UMC)

Shakka – ‘Road Trip To Venus’ (Westbourne Productions/Base ‘N’ Rebulz x Marathon Artists)

Sharon Corr – ‘The Fool and The Scorpion’ (Warner)

Sleep Token – ‘This Place Will Become Your Tomb’ (Spinefarm)

Sufjan Stevens and Angelo De Augustine – ‘A Beginner’s Mind’ (Asthmatic Kitty)

Thunder – ‘All The Right Noises – The Bonus Songs’ (BMG)

Tom Speight – ‘ Everything’s Waiting For You’ (Nettwerk)

William Shatner – ‘Bill’ (Republic)

X Ambassadors – ‘The Beautiful Liar’ (KIDinaKORNER / Interscope)

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This Week’s New Releases: Rob Zombie, Tom Grennan and Selena Gomez

This week is a mixed bag if we ever saw one! Rob Zombie has released the face-melting follow-up to 2016’s ‘The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser’, Tom Grennan has dropped his highly anticipated second album, and Selena Gomez has unveiled her debut Spanish-language EP.

You want more? Head below for the rest of this week’s new releases.

Allie Crow Buckley – ‘Moonlit and Devious’ (Allie Crow Buckley)

Blake Mills and Pino Palladino – ‘Notes With Attachments’ (Verve/UMG/Impulse!)

The Brand New Heavies – ‘Shibuya 357 (Live In Tokyo 1992)’ (Acid Jazz)

Central Cee – ‘Wild West’ (Central Cee)

Chez Kane – ‘Chez Kane’ (Frontiers)

Dead Poet Society – ‘-!-‘ (Universal)

Do Nothing – ‘Glueland’ EP (Exact Truth)

Grouplove – ‘This Is This’ (Atlantic)

The Horrors – ‘Lout’ EP (Wolf Tone)

Joshua Bassett – ‘Joshua Bassett’ EP (Warner)

Justin Courtney Pierre – ‘An Anthropologist On Mars’ EP (Epitaph)

Mark Dillons – ‘1918’ (Royal Potato Family)

Nubiyan Twist – ‘Freedom Fables’ (Strut)

Rob Zombie – ‘The Lunar Injection Kool Aid Eclipse Conspiracy’ (Nuclear Blast)

Selena Gomez – ‘Revelación’ EP (Interscope)

Sunburned Hand of the Man – ‘Pick A Day To Die’ (Sunburned Hand of the Man)

Sunstorm – ‘Afterlife’ (Frontiers)

Thunder – ‘All The Right Noises’ (BMG)

Tiggs Da Author – ‘Blame It On The Youts’ (Alacran)

Tom Grennan – ‘Evering Road’ (Insanity)

Valerie June – ‘The Moon and Stars: Prescriptions For Dreamers’ (Concord/Fantasy)

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Eric Clapton At #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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Guitar legend Eric Clapton has risen to #1 on Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart, relegating last week’s top spot holders, Bon Iver, to #13. While making up the rest of the top five we have Elton JohnStrictly Come DancingJustin Bieber and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

This week we have some new entries on the chart, including  Shakin StevensAdam AntThunder and David Gray, who have caused a bit of a re-jig. Twenty One Pilots, who were circling the bottom of the top 20 last week, are now back in the top 10, while Green Day have dropped three places and Catfish and the Bottlemen two.

Over the next week there are a shedload of massive shows going on sale, including The Stone RosesThe Beach BoysTwo Door Cinema ClubElbow and The Chainsmokers. Check back in with us next week to see if any are able to steal the #1 spot.

1. Eric Clapton
2. Elton John
3. Strictly Come Dancing
4. Justin Bieber
5. Red Hot Chili Peppers
6. Craig David
7. Shakin Stevens
8. Olly Murs
9. Adam Ant
10. Twenty One Pilots
11. Green Day
12. Yusuf Cat Stevens
13. Bon Iver
14. Korn (co-headline with Limp Bizkit)
15. Jamie T
16. Catfish and the Bottlemen
17. Shawn Mendes
18. Thunder
19. David Gray
20. Disney On Ice

On sale in the next week – can they break the top 20?

1. The Stone Roses

2. The Beach Boys

3. Two Door Cinema Club (extra show)

4. Elbow

5. The Chainsmokers (extra show)

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Top Tours This Week!!

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Elton John

Elton John has expanded his summer 2017 Wonderful Crazy Night tour plans, adding further stadium performances in Twickenham, Peterborough, Ipswich, Widnes and Blackburn.
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Tickets for the new concerts are on general sale at 10am on September 23, priced £40.00 plus fees.


Thunder

Thunder will take a break from working on the follow up to 2015’s ‘Wonder Days’ to play shows in Manchester, Sheffield, Newcastle, Leicester, Glasgow, Cardiff, Southampton, Ipswich, London, Dublin and Belfast next March.
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Tickets are on general sale at 9am on September 23, priced £28.50/£29.50 plus fees. Click here for pre-sale tickets.


Eric Clapton

The legendary singer-songwriter and guitarist will be accompanied by his band for three performances at London’s Royal Albert Hall on May 22, May 24, and May 25, 2017.
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Tickets are limited to six per household and go on general sale on at 9am on September 22, priced £75.00 plus fees.


Adam Ant

Adam Ant has announced details of his 2017 Anthems: The Singles tour, with stops planned in Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Plymouth, London, Brighton, Bournemouth, Leicester, Ipswich, Watford, Southend, Leeds and Nottingham between May 5 and 28.
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Tickets are on general sale at 10am on September 23, priced £32.50/£40.00 plus fees.


Craig David

With his sixth album, ‘Following My Intuition’, scheduled for release on September 30 via Speakerbox/Insanity, Craig David will play arena shows across the UK and Ireland between March 16 and April 7, his first tour in 15 years. Support comes from Lauren Faith.
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Tickets are on general sale at 10am on September 23, priced £25.00/£27.00/£35.00 plus fees.


Emeli Sande

With her new album, ‘Long Live The Angels’, out on November 11, the singer-songwriter will perform intimate sets at Glasgow’s Oran Mor, Aberdeen’s Tunnels, Manchester’s Gorilla and London’s St John At Hackney Church between October 2 and 6.
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Tickets are on general sale at 10am on September 23.


David Gray

Gray will accompany the forthcoming release of his greatest hits collection, ‘The Best of David Gray’, with solo acoustic performances at Manchester’s Albert Hall, the Sage in Gateshead, Bristol’s Colston Hall and London’s Cadogan Hall for two nights, between December 11 and 18.
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Tickets are on general sale at 9am on September 23, priced £40.00/£50.00 plus fees.


Strictly Come Dancing

Strictly Come Dancing will return to UK arenas early next year to celebrate its tenth anniversary. Stops include multiple performances in Birmingham, Newcastle, Sheffield, Glasgow, Nottingham, Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool, finishing up with two shows at London’s SSE Arena Wembley and two at the O2 Arena.
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Tickets will go on general sale at 10am on September 23, priced £35.00/£45.00 plus fees. Click here for pre-sale tickets.


Kevin And Karen Dance

The Strictly Come Dancing couple, Kevin and Karen Clifton, will be accompanied by a supporting cast of dancers and a 12-piece band for a choreographed journey through the Waltz, Cha Cha, Fox Trot, Tango and Salsa at theatres and concert halls across the UK between May 31 and June 18, 2017.
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Tickets are on general sale at 10am on September 23, priced between £22.50 and £32.00 plus fees. Click here for pre-sale tickets.


Also announced this week, so far

Harlem Globetrotters, The Stranglers, Rae Sremmurd, Soul II Soul, Peter Hook and the Light, Highly Suspect, Shakin’ Stevens, Jaws, The Wildhearts, Lanterns On The Lake, Bloc Party, James, The Devin Comedy, A Conversation on Making a Murderer, First Fifty, Kongos, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Deaf Havana, Prose, Roger Hodgson, Daniel O’Donnell, How To Dress Well, The Dead 60s, Slick Rick, Jon Bellion, Banks, Kevin Devine, Black Tongue, The Wave Pictures, Scott Matthews, Hazel English, The Treatment, Folly And The Hunter, Sarah Walk, Doomsquad, DORJE, Neon Waltz, Prides, Van Morrison, Kwamz And Flava and many more!

For more information and to find your tickets visit: http://www.stereoboard.com/ticket-news

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Pre-Sale Tickets: Thunder

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THUNDER

Thunder will take a break from working on the follow up to 2015’s ‘Wonder Days’ to tour the UK and Ireland next spring, with stops planned in Manchester, Sheffield, Newcastle, Leicester, Glasgow, Cardiff, Southampton, Ipswich, London, Dublin and Belfast. Pre-sale tickets for their shows at Manchester’s O2 Apollo and Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena, on March 17 and 24 respectively, are on pre-sale at 9am on September 22, 24 hours ahead of general sale, priced £28.50 plus fees.

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Steelhouse Festival: Rock Returns To The Mountain

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Steelhouse Festival has become a home away from home for the UK’s hard rock scene in recent years. Last weekend, Jon Stickler ventured up the mountain to see how the latest chapter in an underdog success story would play out.

Held high above Ebbw Vale and geared towards classic rock’s broad church, Steelhouse is one of the fastest growing festivals in Europe and already boasts previous performances from Europe, Dee Snider, Magnum, Michael Schenker, Saxon and UFO. Now in its sixth year, and despite some haunting flashbacks to 2015’s torrential downpours, this year the fearless beer-riddled faithful returned to the mountain to set a record attendance.

Following Friday night’s warm up show, featuring a south Wales showcase from Buffalo Summer, Those Damn Crows and Everyday Heroes, winners of a live Battle of the Bands competition held prior to the festival, Wigan’s riff warriors Bigfoot smashed open the main event with a monster Saturday lunchtime set comprising cuts from their ‘Stone Soldiers’ EP.

Dirty Thrills and Vega carried on the party, throwing their swaggering AOR solos and soaring vocals across the sun-drenched arena, before assured Bristol rockers Tax The Heat picked up the award for best dressed band of the weekend while roaring through songs from their recent record, ‘Fed To The Lions’, which, if you’ve got any sense, should be queued up in your playlist right now. Don’t miss out when they tour with Ash and Terrorvision this winter.

Having performed at the other end of the country in March, appearing on the bill at Hard Rock Hell Prog in Pwllheli, everyone’s favorite siblings in rock music, Finland’s Von Hertzen Brothers, made the world feel a little better with selections from last year’s ‘New Day Rising’. They can expect a very warm welcome when they return as part of the bill at this year’s Planet Rockstock in Porthcawl in December. Three Welsh shows in the space of 12 months…that’s what we like to see.

As the day progressed, the buzz was all about the evening session ahead of the headliners, Thunder. Psych-rockers Blues Pills exploded onto the stage with High Class Women from their 2015 self-titled debut, with Elin Larsson’s soulful tones just as breathtaking as the views from the mountain. The arena was enchanted by songs old and new, including a mesmerising cover of Jefferson Airplane’s Somebody to Love, building excitement ahead of the launch of the retro rockers’ second album, ‘Lady In Gold’, next month.

The Answer, performing at the festival for a record third time, celebrated the 10th anniversary of their superb debut album, ‘Rise’, by playing it in full before unleashing Spectacular and newbies Thief of Light and the title track from their upcoming new record, ‘Solas’. The Northern Irish band went down as one of the highlights of the weekend and their co-headline run with the Dead Daisies in November is quickly becoming one of the most talked about tours of the year in these circles.

There aren’t many bands that sit as comfortably as a Steelhouse headliner as Thunder. As soon as AC/DC’s Thunderstruck blasted out of the PA, we knew we were in for another magnificent display of showmanship. Danny Bowes was as energetic as ever, and still has one of the best voices in rock to boot, while lifelong chum and guitarist Luke Morley riffed through all of the classics. Performing with the confidence that comes from decades of touring the world, every minute of Wonder Years, Higher Ground, Backstreet Symphony, The Devil Made Me Do It, Love Walked In, Dirty Love and more was lapped up by a boisterous crowd.

Those up early enough on Sunday were greeted with, yes, you’ve guessed it, rain. A very wet day two kicked off around lunchtime with glam-rockers Last Great Dreamers, whose infectious, crunchy power-pop hooks went down well with a small, hungover and damp crowd. Despite everyone being pissed off with mother nature, the band, who originally operated during the 1990s before reforming in 2014, gave it their best shot at raising spirits.

Next up, Steelhouse regulars Hand of Dimes pulled in the masses with Nev MacDonald and former Kooga bandmate Neil Garland rolling out Moonlight Mile from their upcoming debut album before making way for the ballsy new blood in the shape of Toseland and Milton Keynes’ RavenEye. Look out for the latter’s debut album, ‘NOVA’, out on September 23.

With the collective mood changing for the better, the Dead Daisies just had to come along and disappoint. With so much hype swirling around the supergroup – featuring John Corabi, Doug Aldrich, Marco Mendoza, David Lowy and Brian Tichy – it was underwhelming that their hour long set included six covers, including Free’s All Right Now, Fortunate Son by Creedence Clearwater Revival and the Beatles’ Helter Skelter.

It came across as flat and lazy, especially when performed by such a competent ensemble of musicians. I was hoping to hear more from the band’s self titled debut and last year’s ‘Revolución’, but new tracks from their upcoming third album, ‘Make Some Noise’, at least kept me hanging around. Hopefully they’re firing on all cylinders when they headline Planet Rockstock in December. With the rain finally stopping around tea time, the energetic power-pop of Ginger Wildheart’s Hey! Hello! provided a much-needed adrenaline shot. Terrorvision, meanwhile, screamed confidence throughout their quite superb hit-packed set. They clearly had lots of fans on the mountain.

A monumentally silly performance from the Darkness closed the party, to the airing of mixed opinions. The band copped a lot of shit during the build up to the weekend, but as soon as they hit the stage we were reminded of just how huge an album ‘Permission To Land’ is. They’re not everyone’s cup of tea, but any doubts about their performance disappeared as they rocked through new songs from ‘Last Of Our Kind’, including Barbarian, Roaring Waters and Mudslide, alongside classics Black Shuck, Get Your Hands Off My Woman, Growing On Me, Friday Night and One Way Ticket. Gimme a D! Gimme an ARKNESS!

Following a savage closing party in the beer tent, it was time to dust off the hangover and endure the bone-shaking mountain trail back down to reality. Thank you, Steelhouse, for another fantastic few days at one of the most welcoming festivals out there.

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The Pick Of Friday’s Tickets: Ellie Goulding, The Libertines, Josh Groban, James Bay, Brandon Flowers, UB40 Feat. Ali, Astro and Mickey, Thunder And Harlem Globetrotters

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ELLIE GOULDING

Ellie Goulding has lined up new dates for a spring arena tour of the UK. The singer-songwriter will support her new album, ‘Delirium’, out on November 6, with shows in Cardiff, Liverpool, Sheffield, Nottingham, Leeds, Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham and London between March 8 and 24. Tickets are on general sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £32.50 and £35.00, plus fees.

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THE LIBERTINES

The Libertines have announced a UK arena tour for early next year. Dates include Glasgow, Manchester, Nottingham, Cardiff, Birmingham, Bournemouth and London, where they will play the O2 Arena. Tickets are on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced between £25.00 and £35.00, plus fees.

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JOSH GROBAN

The California singer-songwriter, who put out ‘Stages’ earlier this year, will follow up his run of winter UK shows with an extended Stages tour next spring. Stops include Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena, London’s Royal Albert Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall, Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow’s Clyde SECC, a return to Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall and dates in Belfast and Dublin. Tickets are on general sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £40.00 for regional dates and £50.00 in London, plus fees.

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JAMES BAY

James Bay will follow up an autumn UK tour, which includes a trio of dates at the O2 Academy Brixton, with three gigs at London’s Eventim Apollo on March 29, 30 and 31. Tickets are on general sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £28.50 plus fees.

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BRANDON FLOWERS

The Killers frontman, who released ‘The Desired Effect’ earlier this year, will call at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on November 16. Tickets on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £32.50 plus fees.

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UB40 FEATURING ALI, ASTRO AND MICKEY

UB40 featuring Ali, Astro and Mickey will perform songs from the first two ‘Labour of Love’ albums on tour next spring. The run will take the reggae legends to Newcastle, Manchester, London, Birmingham, Brighton, Cardiff and Plymouth, with tickets on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £35.00 and £38.50 plus fees.

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THUNDER

The British rockers will be joined by special guests Terrorvision and Scotland’s King King for shows at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall, Bristol’s Colston Hall, Glasgow’s Clyde Auditorium, Sheffield Arena and the SSE Arena Wembley, London, between February 15 and 20. Tickets are on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £28.50 (£29.50 in London), plus fees.

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HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS

The legendary exhibition basketball team will celebrate 90 years since their founding with arena shows in Nottingham, Liverpool, Sheffield, Birmingham, Manchester, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Cardiff and London, where they will play at both the O2 Arena and SSE Arena Wembley. Tickets on general sale at 9am tomorrow, priced from £15.00 plus fees.

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Check out Stereoboard’s event pages for a full list of latest announcements.

 

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Top Tours This Week!!

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Ellie Goulding

Ellie Goulding will support her upcoming new album, ‘Derlirium’, out on November 6, with a spring 2016 arena tour of the UK.
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Tickets are on general sale at 9am on Friday.


The Libertines

The Libertines will support their new album, ‘Anthems For Doomed Youth’, with a January 2016 arena tour, including shows in Glasgow, Manchester, Nottingham, Cardiff, Birmingham, Bournemouth and London, where they will play the O2 Arena.
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Tickets are on general sale at 9am on Friday.


James Bay

The singer-songwriter will follow up an autumn UK tour, which includes a trio of dates at the O2 Academy Brixton, with three gigs at the Hammersmith Eventim Apollo on March 29, 30 and 31.
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Tickets are on general sale at 9am on Friday.


Disclosure

Disclosure will support their second album, ‘Caracal’, out on September 25, with shows at at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro, Manchester Central and two at London’s Alexandra Palace between November 26 and December 2.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on October 2.


Brandon Flowers

The Killers frontman, who put out his second solo album ‘The Desired Effect’, earlier this year, will head to the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on November 16.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on Friday.


Josh Groban

Josh Groban will follow up his run of winter UK shows with an extended Stages tour in May 2016, including stops at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena, London’s Royal Albert Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall, Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow’s Clyde SECC, a return to Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall and dates in Belfast and Dublin.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on Friday.


Thunder

The British rockers will be joined by special guests Terrorvision and Scotland’s King King for shows at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall, Bristol’s Colston Hall, Glasgow’s Clyde Auditorium, Sheffield Arena and the SSE Arena Wembley, London, between February 15 and 20.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on Friday.


UB40 Featuring Ali, Astro and Mickey

UB40 featuring Ali, Astro and Mickey will tour the UK next year, performing songs from the first two ‘Labour of Love’ albums. The tour hits Newcastle, Manchester, London, Birmingham, Brighton, Cardiff and Plymouth, between April 26 and May 5.
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Tickets are on general sale at 9am on Friday.


Harlem Globetrotters

The legendary exhibition basketball team will celebrate 90 years since their founding with shows in Nottingham, Liverpool, Sheffield, Birmingham, Manchester, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Cardiff and London, where they will play at both the O2 Arena and SSE Arena Wembley, next spring.
http://www.stereoboard.com/harlem-globetrotters-tickets
Tickets are on general sale at 9am on Friday.


Also announced this week, so far

Strictly Come Dancing, Dorje, Aurora, Kiko Bun, Ho99o9, Radio X Road Trip, Public Enemy, Overkill, Amenra, Happy Mondays, Hozier, Gaz Coombes, Altered Sky, The Puppini Sisters, Ruts DC, Benjamin Clementine, Lapsley, Boyce Avenue, Miss Vincent, Tindersticks, Josh T Pearson, The Primitives, Bay City Rollers, Jaws, Dilly Dally, Heck and more!

For more information and to find your tickets visit: http://www.stereoboard.com/ticket-news

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Winner Of Thunder Tickets

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Congratulations to Adam Bradbury, he’s won tickets to see Thunder live at London’s Eventim Apollo on March 14. If you missed out, tickets are still available here, priced at £29.50 plus fees.

Our new Gig Of The Week Competition is live and this week we have a pair of tickets for Nicki Minaj at Newcastle’s Metro Radio Arena to give away. We’ve teamed up with Eventim to give you the chance of winning tickets for her show on April 10.  The competition closes on Monday February 9 at 12pm – get your entry in now!

Visit Stereoboard’s competition pages for more prize draws and giveaways.

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