DESPERATE MEASURES ARE BLOOMING MARVELOUS!

Rejuvenated Kiwi rockers DESPERATE MEASURES have unveiled another new video from their forthcoming mini-album.

The brooding ‘Flowers At Your Door’ is the second single to be taken from the six-track Rinsed, and follows on from ‘The Rich-Tual’, revealing the diversity and complexities of the band’s sound. The video was directed, edited and shot by Craig Temple of Racketeer Pictures.

“’Flowers…’ was written after being stuck in pretty much self-isolation for three months on last year’s first lockdown as a relationship went down the pan,” explains band founder and frontman Eugene Butcher. “It was a lonely time for a lot of people and this song was born out of all that.”

Formed on the thriving Christchurch scene in 1981, Desperate Measures burned briefly but brightly in their original incarnation, performing at the infamous Golden Showers festival and being handpicked to play an aftershow party for The Clash before releasing the now highly sought-after 1984 EP.

Retooled and revitalised four decades later, Butcher leads a new London-based line-up featuring guitarist Gaff (Glitterati, Rich Ragany & The Digressions), bassist Ricky McGuire (The Men They Couldn’t Hang, UK Subs) and drummer James Sherry (K-Line, Done Lying Down).

‘Flowers At Your Door’ is available now from Spotify, Apple and Bandcamp.

Out on 6 August through Easy Action, Rinsed is available to pre-order here.

Desperate Measure play a special album launch at The Hope & Anchor on 30 July with support from Knox from The Vibrators and The Backstreet Abortions – tickets

They then play HRH Punk at Sheffield O2 Academy on 3 October – tickets – before heading out on tour with THE PROFESSIONALS. Full dates…

13 Oct – Tunbridge Wells, Forum
14 Oct – Oxford, o2 Academy
15 Oct – Swansea, Sin City
16 Oct – Manchester, Factory
18 Oct – Glasgow, King Tuts
19 Oct – Newcastle, The Cluny
20 Oct – Nottingham, Bodega
21 Oct – Birmingham, Castle Falcon
22 Oct – Liverpool, EBGB’s
24 Oct – London, The Garage
25 Oct – Bristol, The Exchange
26 Oct – Leeds, Brudenell Social
27 Oct – Milton Keynes, Craufurd Arms
28 Oct – Chester, Live Rooms

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WEREWOLVES ON THE PROWL!

The world’s number one CRAMPS tribute band TEENAGE WEREWOLVES return to the UK next month. Having been postponed three times already, thanks to the lifting of pandemic restrictions, the shows finally look set to go ahead.

Following on from their explosive 2019 tour, the band planned a speedy return, lining up a 13-date tour for 2020. Frontman Jack Atlantis and showgirl Kitten de Ville were two days away from boarding a flight for London to start the tour when the first airport closures started at the beginning of the pandemic. Left with no choice, Jack and his tour manager Gary, cancelled all dates.

Over the course of 14 months, they started over from scratch and re-booked, then cancelled, three complete tours. That’s 40 booked then cancelled venues, 90 hotel rooms and 85 poster designs. Months of lost time which equates to substantial financial and personal loss they will never get back. To add insult to injury, the band were forced to make two member changes: lead guitarist and drummer, plus two different rock’n’roll show-girls.

“The Delta variant looked like it would surely end a fourth Teenage Werewolves tour,” sighs Jack. “When Boris Johnson recently announced 100% re-opening, we were caught off guard and have been racing to get up to speed as our and our opening act SHE’S IN BAUHAUS’s dates loom closer. . . As of today, this project is clinging by its claws (pun intended), so success of this 2021 tour is crucial for us to continue in the United Kingdom.”

Kicking off in Grimsby on 12 August, the Stay Sick Tour winds through to Brighton Green Door Store on 23 August, taking in a London show at the legendary 100 Club on 20 August. Full dates are…

12 AUG – GRIMSBY Docks Academy – tickets
13 AUG – LEEDS The Warehouse Leeds – tickets
14 AUG – NEWCASTLE The Cluny – tickets
15 AUG – STOCKTON The Georgian Theatre, Stockton – tickets
16 AUG – MANCHESTER Factory Manchester – tickets
17 AUG – LIVERPOOL Jimmy’s Liverpool – tickets
18 AUG – WOLVERHAMPTON The Slade Rooms – tickets
19 AUG – BRISTOL The Fleece Bristol – tickets
20 AUG – LONDON The 100 Club – tickets
21 AUG – DERBY The Hairy Dog – tickets
22 AUG – SOUTHAMPTON The Joiners – tickets
23 AUG – BRIGHTON The Green Door Store – tickets

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FUTURAMA POSTPONED

Thanks to the ongoing doubt around the scheduling of live music events, the organisers of the Vive Le Rock-sponsored FUTURAMA festival have taken the difficult decision to postpone the event until Easter 2022.

The much-vaunted return of the semi-legendary 80s post-punk event, featuring Heaven 17 (pictured), Spear Of Destiny, A Certain Ratio, Peter Hook & The Light, The Chameleons and many more, had initially been scheduled to take place in April this year, but ongoing restrictions forced organisers to move it to September. With doubts rife across the industry over the wisdom of the Government’s decision to free the nation from restrictions on 19 July, the decision was taken to move it once again to the weekend of 16-17 April 2012.

The organisers state, “We apologise for the inconvenience but the increasing COVID infection rate, plus the latest delay in lifting restrictions without the necessary assurances and guidance from the Government, has made it impossible to put the festival on this year. It’s the news that many expected but few wanted, but it did become obvious during the long dark months of lock down that even if a green light was given on June 21st, people would still be hesitant and rightly so. Despite the government saying July the 19th, we know people have changed and it will take a little time to restore confidence and feel secure inside indoor events.

“More than anything, we want Futurama to be free of all restrictions. We want it to be a celebration of freedom, we want people to be able to fully immerse themselves in the festival and to be able to wander around all our great venues, watching bands, eating & drinking, without having to worry about safety precautions. That’s what a festival is all about; having a great time, interacting with music fans and we don’t think we can produce that special atmosphere this year. We are all longing for Futurama to return and we can wholeheartedly promise to deliver the greatest post punk festival this country has seen in over four decades.

“Most bands have reconfirmed for next year and the ones that can’t make it will be replaced by just as good bands as we have been inundated with acts to play the festival. The good news is we’re happy to confirm that tickets for this year’s festival will automatically be rolled over to 2022. So next year’s festival is secured, and no further action is required! If you’re not able to join us in 2022, you’ll be able to claim a face value refund on all tickets. We’re working closely with our ticketing partners, and they will be in touch with instructions on the next steps within 7 days. Thank you again for your continued support. For now, keep safe, keep healthy and look after each other. The Futurama Team.”

More details can be found here.

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IF YOU WANT BLOOD…

Cali neo-Gothic post-punks ESSES have revealed a new video from their new album.

Simultaneously reminiscent of Bauhaus, Siouxsie & The Banshees and Toyah, ‘Pierce The Feeling’ is the latest track to be taken from Bloodletting For The Lonely, which follows on from the Oakland quintet’s 2016 debut No Light In This Fire and 2018’s mini-album Offering.

Esses will be launching the new album with a livestream party on 4 August. Full details here.

Out on 6 August through Bat-Cave and Atakra Records, Bloodletting For The Lonely is available on vinyl and digital here and on CD here.

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GIMME THAT OLDTIME DESCENDENTS MUSIC!

THE DESCENDENTS have unveiled another track from their forthcoming original line-up opus.

The 56-second ‘Like The Way I Know’ is taken from 9th & Walnut, which takes its name from the Long Beach band’s practice space.

The album comprises tracks from their earliest setlists circa 1077-80, rerecorded in 2002 by the original four-piece line-up of bassist Tony Lombardo, drummer Bill Stevenson, singer Aukerman and guitarist Frank Navetta who sadly passed away in 2008.

Set for release on 23 July through Epitaph, 9th & Walnut is available to pre-order here.

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BIG PAUL VIDEO EXCLUSIVE!

KILLING JOKE co-founder and drummer BIG PAUL FERGUSON celebrates the release of his debut solo album with a video which he’s premiering exclusively with Vive Le Rock!

‘The Unraveling’ is track 3 from the album Virtual Control which is out today through Cleopatra Records. Co-written with guitarist Mark Gemini Thwaite (The Mission, Theatre Of Hate, Peter Murphy), the song “recreates our distinctly modern condition of being inundated with mindless commands and digital instructions ‘Swipe left swipe right / Scroll up scroll down / Click here click there / Watch the little wheel spin round / And round and round‘.”

“The seemingly endless months where most of our interactions were online, were filled by a bombardment of images and disparate messages where the truth of anything became a fiction in itself,” says Paul. “Living our lives online, we have become marionettes pulled every which way by the latest catchphrase or trend. I hope this song and video shed a little light on the larger forces at work.”

The video is the work of award-winning video director Vicente Cordero of Industrialism Films.

Mixed by Tom Galgety, whose clients include Rammstein and Pixies as Killing Joke’s Pylon album, Virtual Control features guest appearances from Die Krupps mastermind Jürgen Engler and former Marilyn Manson cohort Tim Skold.

Available on CD and limited edition red vinyl, Virtual Control is available to order here and digitally here.

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KILLING JOKE ANNOUNCE DATES!

KILLING JOKE bounce back from lockdown with the announcement of the first UK tour in three years.

The 10-date Honour The Fire tour will kick off at Cardiff Tramshed on Monday 28 March, culminating with a show at the legendary Hammersmith Apollo on Saturday 9 April.

“The fire is that which brings us all together,” announces Jaz Coleman, showing that he’s in no way dimmed by his recent health scare. “And after this dreadful pandemic this tour will be like no other. One great mosh pit!“

“The fire in our hearts that has sustained and protected us for over 40 years, never goes out,” adds Youth.
“It is our privilege to Honour The Fire and celebrate the white heat purification by sound. Join with us in a fearless leap through the sacred flames, into the unknown…. let’s create the future we all desire, by sonically destroying the one we don’t.”

Full dates are…

March 2022
28th Mon Cardiff Tramshed
29th Tue Nottingham Rock City
31st Thu Bristol O2 Academy
April 2022
1st Fri Liverpool O2 Academy
2nd Sat Birmingham O2 Institute
4th Mon Manchester Albert Hall
5th Tue Newcastle Boiler Shop
6th Wed Glasgow Barrowland
8th Fri Leeds O2 Academy
9th Sat London Eventim Apollo Hammersmith

Tickets go on sale here on Friday 25 June at 10.00am.

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VINCENT BLACK LIGHTNING!

Legendary New York rocker SONNY VINCENT has unveiled a new video from his brand new album.

‘The End Of Light’ is the first track to be aired from Snake Pit Therapy, the album sharing its name with Vincent’s recent warts’n’all autobiography.

The 15-track album features various luminaries from the NYC punk and rock scene, including members of Corpse Grinders, The Leathewoods and Dawnrider, as well as sometime Stooges bassist Jimmy Recca.

Vincent came to fame through his membership of notorious NYC band Testors, who were regulars on the same CBGB’s and Max’s Kansas City scene, alongside the likes of The Cramps, Suicide, The Dead Boys and Teenage Jesus And The Jerks. He also played for several years with ex-Velvets Moe Tucker and Sterling Morrison, also working with the likes of Scott Asheton, Cheetah Chrome and The Replacements’ Bob Stinson along the way.

More recently Vincent and Recca have both appeared as members of The Limit alongside Bobby Liebling of cult rockers Pentagram on the widely praised album Caveman Logic , which Vincent produced.

‘The End Of Light’ is available now on Spotify

Set for release on 17 September through Finland’s Svart Records, Snake Pit Therapy is available to pre-order here 

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POST-PUNK PLAYLIST!

To celebrate Vive Le Rock‘s Post-Punk Annual which is now back from the printers, we’ve put together a post-punk Spotify playlist featuring the likes of MAGAZINE, BASEMENT 5, CABARET VOLTAIRE, THE PSYCHEDELIC FURS and more for you to listen to while you’re reading it!
And if you haven’t already ordered a copy, you can do so here! Remember: our Post-Punk Annual is NOT available in the shops and stocks won’t hang around forever – once it’s gone, it’s gone! So order now!!

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GIBBONS GETS HIS CARD MARKED!

BILLY F GIBBONS has unveiled another video from his forthcoming new album.

As previously announced, the ZZ TOP sixstringer recorded Hardware in California’s high desert with a band including Cult and Guns N’Roses drummer Matt Sorum.

The video for ‘My Lukcy Card’ was shot at Pappy & Harriet’s legendary Pioneertown Palace near Joshua Tree, initially built in 1946 as part of a set for cowboy film and TV stars Roy Rogers and Gene Autrey. The video also features a guest appearance by high desert punk rock glamour icon Jesika Von Rabbit.

“We thought Pappy’s would be a great place for us to do the video since it reflects the rough and tumble high desert vibe that was the inspiration for the album,” explains Gibbons. “I play a slide guitar in this one but neglected to bring a proper slide along for the shoot. Necessity being a mother, we improvised and used a beer bottle. We went through a case or more looking for just the right bottle neck and, at last, found one on a classic Mexican brew. That was some thirst-quenching research to be sure.”

Set for release on 4 June through Concord Records, Hardware is available to pre-order here.

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WOMEN SAY IT LOUD!

LOUD WOMEN, the community organisation championing women in music, today release their first single.

Written by Loud Women founder Cassie Fox and Brix Smith of THE FALL and THE EXTRCATED in the wake of the shocking deaths of Blessing Olusegun and Sarah Everard, ‘Reclaim These Streets’ aims to “turn up the volume on current discussions on the issue of women’s safety. As the song says, ‘Until every woman is safe to walk on every street'”.

Described by DJ John Kennedy as a ‘feminist Band Aid’, the line-up features Siobhan Fahey of BANANARAMA and SHAKESPEARE’S SISTER, Debbie Goodge of MY BLODDY VALENTINE, Karen from HAGAR THE WOMB, Debbie Smith of CURVE, LONDON DIRTHOLE COMPANY etc, DESPERATE JOURNALIST’s Jo Bevan, Helen McCookerybook, Janey Starling from DREAM NAILS, Bec Jevons from IDESTROY, Georgie Willsher of BEVERLEY KILLS, plus members of THE PUKES, SALAD, THE TUTS, RABIES BABIES, HOT SAUCE PONY, SINK YA TEETH, PETROL GIRLS, BERRIES, THE EMPTY PAGE, HURTLING and many more…

‘Reclaim The Streets’ is available to buy here. All proceeds go to domestic violence charity Women’s Aid.

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REBELLION 2021 CANCELLED!

As reported on social media, this year’s REBELLION festival will not now be going ahead. The organisers are assuring fans, however, that the festival will be back better than ever next year. Tickets for 2020 and 2021 will be valid for that event.

This time last year the organisers of Rebellion, the world’s largest punk festival, were forced to make the heart-breaking decision to cancel the four-day event due to the global pandemic. A year on and the dedicated Rebellion team are absolutely devastated to confirm that yet again, the hugely-anticipated event, due to take place this coming August 6th – 9th with legendary artists such as Circle Jerks, Bad Religion, The Undertones, Tom Robinson and Stiff Little Fingers, at The Winter Gardens in Blackpool, is no longer able to go ahead.

Despite the intention, desire and willingness of Rebellion, the venue, the bands and the local businesses for this year to go ahead, it has become increasingly clear that due to circumstances beyond the festival’s control, it can’t. With no clear guidelines from the government in terms of insurance, guarantees, policies on re-entry, testing and potential vaccine passports, the festival simply can’t go ahead.

Rebellion has been open and transparent throughout this pandemic and were hopeful (but cautious) about this year but required a few essential things to be confirmed for the event to go head. The feeling is that music festivals are being ‘timed out’. No one is saying they CAN’T go ahead, but nothing is in place yet that means they CAN either. That is why the last few weeks have seen many independent festivals take the tough decision to cancel.

All of this, combined with the ongoing global travel restrictions means that Rebellion would not be able to put on the event that they desire, and their audience expects. The Rebellion family is global. Around a third of the people that attend are from overseas and with no touring bands (many agents and bands from overseas have pulled their European tours and rescheduled them for 2022), it would simply not be the festival that Rebellion wanted to stage.

But there is some good news. Rebellion 2021 has been moved to 2022. Both 2020 and 2021 tickets will roll over to 2022. For those of you wanting a refund, visit the website where full details are published. All day tickets will be refunded automatically.

REBELLION 2022 is 4th – 7th August. So put that in your diary! Some surprise headliners have already been confirmed, plus many reconfirmed that were due to play this year. And don’t get rid of your hotel or B&B bookings for this year just yet as there is still hope that some kind of scaled back event this year is possible. Watch this space.

Tickets for 2022 will go on sale on Monday August 9th.

The RETURN OF REBELLION 2022 is going to be massive! The exciting news is the council have agreed for the festival to have the area of the promenade right in front of Blackpool Tower (Tower Headland, on the ‘comedy carpet’). This is an amazing space for an outdoor stage. A straight walk down from the Winter Gardens. Rebellion can double the capacity with this area and have some fantastic plans to make both sites amazing.
To better times. And a colossal Rebellion 2022!

For the full statement and further details go to www.rebellionfestivals.com/news

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FIVE GO MAD IN CORNWALL

Psych-punk veterans THE BRAINIAC 5 re-emerge from lockdown with an early years compilation featuring three new tracks.

Originally formed in Cornwall in the mid-70s, the band were contemporaries of the likes of Here & Now and Inner City Unit, moving to London to join in with the New Wave and the first rumblings of the psychedelic revival alongside The Soft Boys and The Barracudas.

Splitting in 1980 just prior to the release of their debut album World Inside, the reconvened in 2012 to actively and consistently release new material.

Another Time Another Dimension features several rare studio and live recordings from their original 1976-80 configuration, alongside new and previously unreleased material from the past few years.

The album is in part a tribute the band’s longtime friend, producer and engineer, Martin Griffin, best known as a member of Hawkwind during the late 70s and early 80s, who sadly passed away at the beginning of 2020.

“Martin and I were members of free festival favourites the Half Human Band in the early ‘70s,” says singer/guitarist Charlie Taylor. “We both moved to Cornwall at around the same time: Martin set up his recording studio in the village of Roche and I joined the Brainiacs in Penzance. Martin gave the Brainiacs free studio time which facilitated the recording of the Mushy Doubt EP, the ‘Working’ 7” and the World Inside LP. He drummed with the Brainiacs when our drummer was incapacitated and mixed the sound at many of our gigs in the West Country and London. He was the fifth member of the band, supporting us every step of the way.”

Released through Reckless Records on Friday 7 May, Another Time Another Dimension is available from Reckless Records shops in London and Chicago and through Bandcamp.

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SPEAK ABOUT CONSTRUCTION!

Rejuvenated Birmingham punks CULT FIGURES have just unveiled another new video.

‘Concrete And Glass’ is taken from Deritend, the band’s first album of new music on forty years and follows on from the recent single ‘Chicken Bones’.

Darlings of the same Solihull Art School scene, that also gave the world DIY punk pioneers Swell Maps, the band resurfaced in 2016 with the album The 166 Ploughs A Lonely Furrow, which featured new recordings of old material.

Now based in London, the video for ‘Concrete And Glass’ was filmed by the band’s guitarist, and award-winning filmmaker, Jon Hodgson, and features singer Gary Jones ambling through the City’s Barbican estate.

“’Concrete And Glass’ was inspired by something my wife said while we were walking around London’s Soho,” says Jones. “The gentrification… ‘all the buildings going up, and the buildings coming down, were making her frown’ … took the narrative off into a hazy Soho nostalgia trip from the halcyon days of carefree youth.”

Out now through Gare Du Nord Records, Deritend is available physically through Bandcamp and digitally here.

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GIVE IT SOME STICK WITH THE COURETTES!

Garage duo THE COURETTES are back with a brand new single and video.

Mixing Duane Eddy Twang and 60s girl-group vocals, ‘Hop The Twig’ is the Danish/Brazilian duo’s second single for Damaged Goods Records, following on from last year’s ‘Want You! Like A Cigarette’, which sold out of its initial pressing in just two weeks. ‘Hop The Twig’ is out on 7″ and download on Friday 30 April.

“We’re all feeling like we’re walking on the thin ice these days, so when I by chance found the expression ‘hop the twig’ we were amazed not only about how good it sounded, but also about its meaning,” explains guitarist and singer Flavia Couri about the song. “It is an old slang for dying, so we found it a very appropriate title for a song as too many people had ‘hopped the twig’ this last year. We’re big fans of Duane Eddy and all the early surf music, and this riff kept coming in my head, so I started to play around it on the guitar. And then it hit me: it’s Hop The Twig! Though ‘Hop The Twig’ is always hiding behind your back, and it’s a pretty dark theme, the song is more of a statement celebrating that we are still here – at least by now. So, cheers to that! And look out!!!”

Work has recently been completed on the duo’s third album Back In Mono which is set for release through Damaged Goods this Autumn.

In the meantime, the label will be reissuing their first two albums – Here Are The Courettes and We Are The Courettes – on remastered limited edition coloured vinyl and 2-on-1 CD on 16 July.

Buy ‘Hop The Twig’ on 7″ orange vinyl here.

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KILLERS ON THE LOOSE!

Aussie underground legends LIPSTICK KILLERS are finally getting their first ever anthology.

Totally deserving to be mentioned in the same breath as Radio Birdman, The Saints and The Scientists et al, this Sydney quartet burned relatively briefly but oh so incandescently, remarkably only releasing one single during their 1978-81 lifespan.

But what a single! Not just an underground classic, the Deniz Tek-produced ‘Hindu Gods (Of Love)’ has gone on to become a card-carrying Aussie punk standard, right up there with ‘Burn My Eye’ and ‘Stranded’, covered by numerous bands, both domestic and international over the years.

Inspired by The Stooges and the Nuggets-era psychedelic sounds of the likes of 13th Floor Elevators and The Chocolate Watch Band, the Killers would bear a huge influence on the early 80s Aussie underground explosion and beyond.

The double-vinyl Strange Flash – Studio & Live ’78-‘81 includes both the ‘Hindu Gods…’ b/w ‘Shakedown USA’ and posthumous ‘Sockman’ b/w ‘Pensioner Pie’ singles, the posthumous LA-recorded live album Mesmerizer – mastered from the original mixing desk cassette! – plus a previously unreleased 1980 demo album produced by the legendary Lobby Loyde.

The double-CD edition adds a 1978 Adelaide live set, and also celebrates Killers precursors Psycho-Surgeons with their ’78 ‘Wild Weekend’ b/w ‘Horizontal Action’ single and early-days rehearsal recordings.

Set for release on 25 June through Grown Up Wrong Records, Strange Flash is available to pre-order from Bandcamp and Rough Trade.

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IT’S THE SID AND SCABIES SHOW!

Forty-two years after his untimely death, SID VICIOUS has a new single out, thanks to friend and Damned drummer Rat Scabies.

Having met on the London punk scene, Vicious and Scabies briefly played together after their bands first broke up, performing in the Vicious White Kids at Camden’s Electric Ballroom in August ’78.

More recently Scabies, working with recently departed Heartbreakers guitarist Walter Lure, took some vocal outtakes from Sid’s recordings of ‘My Way’ and The Monkees’ ‘(I’m Not Your) Stepping Stone’ and built new tracks around them.

Scabies also created a bran new mix of ‘My Way’ and a unique track featuring Sid’s studio chat.

Says Scabies today, “Working with Sid was always a laugh, often stimulating and sometimes illegal, so it was good to be able to work on these tracks to remind myself of his intellect and humour.”

Available through Cleopatra Records on various coloured vinyls, the singles are available on 12-inch and 7-inch.

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SUFFOLK PUNCH!

DROPKICK MURPHYS have just unveiled a video for their new single.

‘Queen Of Suffolk County’ is the latest track to be shared from their new album Turn Up That Dial, the Boston band’s tenth longplayer.

The track follows hot on the heels of their previous single ‘Middle Finger’. The video is the work of longtime band friend Mark Higgins, who was also responsible for their classic ‘I’m Shipping Up To Boston’ video.

Set for release on 30 April through their own Born & Bred label, Turn Up That Dial is available to pre-order here.

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