PENETRATION COVER BUZZCOCKS!

PENETRATION have covered BUZZCOCKS’ classic ‘I Don’t Mind’ for a new video.

As previously announced, the Newcastle band will be joining Buzzcocks and THE SKIDS at the Royal Albert Hall, London on 21 June, celebrating the life of the sadly departed Pete Shelley.

Penetration’s Pauline Murray memorably paid tribute to Shelley at the Vive Le Rock Awards in March, performing ‘What Do I Get?’ alongside Steve Diggle and the house band, The Vive Le Rockers.

“I first saw Buzzcocks as an 18-year-old at the Screen On The Green in 1976,” she recalled. “Punk inspired young people to explore talents they didn’t know they had and Pete Shelley wrote love songs with a twist,
simple yet profound. I wish Pete was here tonight to know how much he was appreciated for his lifelong dedication to music and providing the soundtrack to the lives of a generation. It’s only when someone leaves us that we notice how their lack of presence can change everything.”

Penetration covered ‘I Don’t Mind’, for the sessions that resulted in their acclaimed 2015 comeback album Resolution, which also featured former Buzzcocks drummer John Maher. The band shot a video for the song at Whitley Bay Playhouse, which has been unseen until now.

Penetration play the following dates…

21.06.19 LONDON Royal Albert Hall (w/ Buzzcocks & Skids)
22.06.19 PORTSMOUTH Wedgewood Rooms
12.07.19 LONDON 100 Club
13.07.19 LEWES Con Club
14.07.19 HALIFAX Lantern
03.08.19 BLACKPOOL Rebellion Festival
06.10.19 SHEFFIELD O2 Academy
18.10.19 NEWCASTLE Cluny
19.10.19 GLASGOW Audio

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OUT COME THE FREAKS!

Fast-rising Yorkshire punks HANDS OFF GRETEL have unveiled another new video from their latest album.

‘Freaks Like Us’ is the fourth single to be taken from second album I Want The World, which was released in March through Puke Pop Records..

“‘Freaks Like Us’ is an anthem for the outcasts; for those that ever feel misunderstood and alone,” explains frontwoman Lauren Tate. “I really needed this song on my iPod when I was at school. The video takes me back to getting banned from performing at the school talent show, when I flipped the middle finger to the girls sat whispering and laughing at me in the audience. Writing this song for me was a way of saying ‘Just watch me’, embracing who I am and continuing to prove all that doubted me, wrong.”

The band, who were shortlisted for Vive Le Rock‘s New Blood award in March, hit the road for a series of gigs and festival shows, including Isle Of Wight, Kendal Calling and Rebellion. Full dates (so far) are…

Album Tour
20 June – Bodega Nottingham
21 June – Clwb Ifor Bach Cardiff
22 June – The 1865 Southampton
23 June – Suburbs The Holdroyd Guildford
4 July – Louisiana – Bristol
5 July – Shacklewell Arms – London
6 July – The Prince Albert – Brighton
10 July – Fulford Arms – York
11 July – Think Tank Newcastle
12 July – Broadcast – Glasgow
13 July – Bannermans – Edinburgh

Festival Dates
15 June – Isle Of Wight Festival
20 July – Black Thorn Music Festival
26 July – Kendal Calling
21 July – Amplified Festival
4 August – Rebellion Festival
31 August – Lindisfarne Festival

I Want The World, gig tickets and merch are available from the band’s website.

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TOP OF THE ‘CHOPS!

Long-serving garage-rockers FLAMING SIDEBURNS are back with a brand new single.

‘Soulshaking’ is Finnish band’s first new song from their original line-up since the band’s classic album Hallelujah Rock’n’Rollah eighteen years ago. While that release brought huge international success for the band, it also marked the departure of founding guitarist Arimatti Jutila, leading to the band continuing with various different line-ups.

Last year, the original members came together once more for a series of dates, leading to the creation of a batch of material of which ‘Soulshaking’ is the first release.

“We had just played the first show in Barcelona, and the sense of ease and energy was filling our bodies,” explains Jutila. “I think that feeling was captured in ‘Soulshaking’.”

The track is a taster for the band’s new, as yet untitled, album which is set for release next year, the band’s 25th Anniversary.

You can stream/download ‘Soulshaking’ here.

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FLIPPER AT 40!

San Francisco rockers FLIPPER are celebrating their 40th Anniversary with a European tour.

Flipper debuted in 1979 on the SF Underground 7” compilation EP with the track ‘Earthworm’. This was followed by the singles ‘Love Canal’ c/w ‘Ha Ha Ha’ and the classic ‘Sex Bomb’ c/w ‘Brainwash’ in 1981, a song that has now been covered countless times over the years. The band’s debut album Generic Flipper (released in 1982) is considered a classic, and remains Flipper’s most acclaimed album of their prolific career, which includes four studio albums and five live releases.

“They were just heavy,” wrote Henry Rollins in his essential memoir Get In The Van. “Heavier than you. Heavier than anything…When they played they were amazing.”

For their 40th Anniversary Tour, founding members Ted Falconi and Steve DePace are joined by Scratch Acid and Jesus Lizard frontman David Yow and Minutemen and fIREHOSE bassist Mike Watt.

Kicking off on 30 July in Nottingham and climaxing in Berlin on 20 August, the tour includes an appearance at Rebellion on 1 August and a London show at The Garage on 4 August. Full dates are…

30-Jul – Nottingham UK Rescue Rooms
31-Jul – Bristol UK The Exchange
1-Aug – Blackpool UK Rebellion Festival
2-Aug – Glasgow UK CCA
3-Aug – Leeds UK Brudenell
4-Aug – London UK Garage
5-Aug – Gent Belgium DOK
6-Aug – Amsterdam The Netherlands Paradiso Noord
8-Aug – Aachen Germany Musikbunker
9-Aug – Karlsruhe Germany Hackerei
10-Aug – Bologa Italy Freakout
11-Aug – Milan Italy Magnolia Open Air
12-Aug – Padova Italy Anfiteatro del Venda
13-Aug – Vienna Austria Chelsea
15-Aug – Bielefeld Germany Forum
16-Aug – Hamburg Germany Hafenklang
17-Aug – Helsinki Finland Kuudes Linja
20-Aug – Berlin Bi Nuu

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OUTSTANDING IN THEIR FIELDS!

Hertfordshire Goth legends FIELDS OF THE NEPHILIM are to play a handful of UK dates next month.

The four dates in Glasgow, Leeds, Nottingham and Newcastle represent a relatively speedy return to homeland touring following on from their three dates last Autumn in London, Manchester and Birmingham.

Full dates are…

27 June – Glasgow Barrowland
28 June – Leeds Stylus
29 June – Nottingham Rock City
30 June – Newcastle O2 Academy

Tickets are available here.

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RICH RAGANY VIDEO EXCLUSIVE!

RICH RAGANY AND THE DIGRESSIONS have a brand new video which they’re premiering exclusively with Vive Le Rock!

The ROLE MODELS frontman has brought together some incredible musicians from bands such as The Dedwardians, The Men They Couldn’t Hang and The Scott Sorry Band to form The Digressions. The last few months have found them as BBC’s Band Of The Month and on many stages including a show at the Kentish Town Forum as support for The Lemonheads.

The video for ‘Your Distance’ was filmed, directed and edited by Craig Temple of Racketeer Productions.

Rich Ragany and The Digressions play this year’s Camden Rocks Festival, appearing at The Lounge on Saturday 1 June at 7.00pm.

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PUNK ON THE PENINSULA

Punks will be descending on the Clyde estuary for a five-day festival this Summer.

Punk On The Peninsula will take place from 4-8 July at various venues in the town of Dunoon on the Cowal Peninsula at the mouth of the Clyde.

Headlined by COCKNEY REJECTS and RUTS DC, they’ll be joined by numerous other acts inclduding T.V. SMITH, KNOCK-OFF, ONE WAY SYSTEM, FECKIN’ EJITS, RUST, FIRE EXIT, BOOTS N ALL, THE ANGRY AGENDA, KICKBACK GENERATION, THE TUAREGS and more to be announced.

The event will also feature a screening of the Rejects’ film East End Babylon, a coach trip to a brewery, a beach BBQ, a curry night and punk karaoke!

Full details and day and weekend tickets are available here.

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SWEET THINGS VIDEO EXCLUSIVE!

NYC rockers THE SWEET THINGS have a new video which they’re premiering exclusively with Vive Le Rock!

‘Liquor Lightning’ is taken from the band’s debut album In Borrowed Shoes, On Borrowed Time which is out through Wendigo Productions/Spaghetty Town on 24 May, ahead of their first ever UK tour, which kicks off with an appearance at Camden Rocks.

Catch the band at…

June 1 – London – Kolis (Camden Rocks)
June 2 – London – Hard Rock Cafe
June 3 – London – Live on Air, Boogaloo Radio
June 4 – Birmingham – The Dark Horse
June 5 – Nottingham – The Chameleon
June 6 – Sheffield – West Street Live
June 7 – Manchester – TBA
June 8 – Liverpool – TBA

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HERTS ATTACK!

Stevenage anarcho mob BAD BREEDING have dropped a video for their new single.

‘Whose Cause?’ is the first track to be taken from their forthcoming third album Exiled, which follows on from last year’s Abandonment EP, their debut release for One Little Indian.

The video is the work of Owen Deutsch of D4MT Labs and NYC punks KALEIDOSCOPE.

“’Whose Cause?’ explores political misdirection in the media and its role in sowing seeds of division, suspicion and distrust in our communities,” explains frontman Christopher Dodd. “It touches on the nefarious ties between capital and a pocketed media class, while commenting on how instruments of the right have harnessed and manipulated divisive politics of identity in an attempt to dent the collective bonds of solidarity that bind our communities together. It’s about pushing beyond force-fed narratives and looking at the disastrous implications reactionary storytelling has on propping up the survival of late capitalism and the patrician outriders it funds and protects: the gilded bourgeoisie, the imperialists, the warmongers, the contemptuous old-money hawks, the emboldened corporate elite.”

Exiled is set for release on 21 June and is available to pre-order here.

Bad Breeding play the following dates…

July 21st – Crofter’s Rights, Bristol
July 22nd – The Polar Bear, Hull
July 23rd – Temple of Boom, Leeds
July 24th – The Moon, Cardiff
July 25th – Electrowerkz, London

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SYTERIA ROBBED!

UK rockers SYTERIA have had all their gear nicked after a gig in London.

The Yorkshire band, who feature GIRLSCHOOL guitarist Jackie Chambers, had been playing dates to roadtest material for their forthcoming new album. They’d just played a gig at The Lounge venue in North London before spending the night at the local Premier Inn. The next morning they discovered that their van, parked in the hotel’s car park, had been emptied.

“What next?” they ask. “Well, now we have to replace all the gear as well as find the money to pay for the studio, pressing, printing, etc. in readiness for the new album. Thankfully the gigs we do have booked, the support bands, and local musicians have all been kind enough to lend us their equipment until we do replace it.”

The band have set up a Kickstarter page to fund the release of their next album Reflection. Their modest target was reached in three days, but please consider chipping in to help the band out of a tight spot.

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STAPLE’S CORNER!

Ska legend NEVILLE STAPLE and his wife Sugary have announced a new single to coincide with their dates with THE UNDERTONES.

‘Working Hard Everyday’ follows on from recent single ‘Put Away Your Knives’ and the album Rude Rebels, featuring Neville’s Specials cohort Roddy Radiation.

Neville and Sugary Staple co-wrote ‘Working Hard Everyday’ with Charlie Organaire (aka Charles Cameron), best friend and colleague to ska pioneer Prince Buster. He was involved in many of the legend’s hit songs, as well as writing his own music and working with Prince Buster’s son Sultan.

Out now, the single is available to stream and download here.

The band have a busy summer of gigs and festivals ahead, kicking off this Thursday at London’s Electric Ballroom with The Underrtones. Full dates are…

May 2 LONDON – Electric Ballroom (w/The Undertones)
May 3 COVENTRY – Empire (w/The Undertones)
May 4 BRISTOL – SWX (w/The Undertones)
May 9 NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE – Boiler Shop (w/The Undertones)
May 10 LEEDS – O2 Academy (w/The Undertones)
May 11 MANCHESTER – O2 Ritz (w/The Undertones)
May 16 NORWICH – Open (w/The Undertones)
May 17 BEXHILL ON SEA – De La Warr Pavilion (w/The Undertones)
May 18 COOKHAM – Lets Rock The Moor (2.00pm)
May 18 SOUTHAMPTON – Engine Rooms (w/The Undertones)
May 25 HERTFORDSHIRE – Stone Valley South Festival
May 26 MERTHYR TYDFIL – Merthyr Rising
June 1 CHIPPING SODBURY – SodFest
June 8 SHEFFIELD – Music For The Homeless
June 15 KETTERING – 40th Anniversary of 2-Tone (w/Jerry Dammers DJ, Beat Goes Bang)
June 22 WESTON-SUPER-MARE – 40th Anniversary of 2-Tone (w/Jerry Dammers DJ, Beat Goes Bang)
June 29 STANHOPE – Stone Valley North Festival
July 5 BLYTH – North East Chilli Fest
July 6 SOUTHAMPTON – Let’s Rock Southampton
July 13 THAME – Thame Music Festival
July 14 EXETER – Wonder Fields Festival
July 19 MELKSHAM – Melksham Music Festival
July 20 HOLMFIRTH – Holmfirth Ska Splash
July 21 TAMWORTH – Warton Music Festival
July 27 CHIDDINGLY – Chiddfest
Aug. 3 SUDDINGTON / MACCLESFIELD – Rewind Festival North
Aug. 9 WINCHESTER – Boomtown Fair
Aug 10 RATLINGHOPE – Farmer Phil’s Festival
Aug 17 STRETFORD – Great Northern Ska Festival
Aug 18 HENLEY-ON-THAMES – Rewind Festival South
Aug 31 CASTLE DONINGTON – Off the Tracks Festival

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PINKS NOT DEAD!

Ladbroke Grove counter-culture commandos PINK FAIRIES are to have their three classic albums for Polydor reissued in a new box set.

Scheduled for release through Retroworld on 24 May, the aptly-titled The Polydor Years brings together the three albums the infamous band released between 1971 and 1973 – Never Never Land, What A Bunch Of Sweeties and Kings Of Oblivion.

Each of the albums is augmented by extra tracks.

Formed out of the ashes of writer, activist and scenester Mick Farren’s Deviants and featuring former Pretty Things and Tomorrow drummer Twink, the band evolved as free-wheeling festival favourites, very much along the lines of what Detroit’s MC5 were doing over the pond.

Never Never Land combined proto-punk anthems like ‘Do It’ and ‘Teenage Rebel’ with the 11-minute freeform jam of ‘Uncle Harry’s Last Freakout’ and souldful West Coast rock of ‘War Girl’.

Once Twink had departed, remaining members Paul Rudolf, Duncan Sanderson and Russell Hunter delivered the heavy-grooving What A Bunch Of Sweeties.

For Kings Of Oblivion, Sanderson and Hunter quickly recruited former UFO guitarist Larry Wallis on their most cohesive set. Wallis would later take amhetamine-fuelled album-opener ‘City Kids’ with him when he co-founded the fledgling Motörhead.

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BOOZE AND GLORY ANNOUNCE LONDON SHOW!

Streetpunk champs BOOZE & GLORY have announced a major London show this Autumn, their first in the capital for three years.

Having just toured North America as special guests of DROPKICK MURPHYS, and with Summer festivals on the horizon, the multi-national band will play a very special 10th Anniversary show at the Electric Ballroom, Camden Town on Saturday 2 November.

The multi-band bill also features Jamaican skinhead reggae band ROY ELLIS aka MR SYMARIP & THE MOONSTOMPERS, London punks THE FILAMENTS and RISKEE & THE RIDICULE, Sweden’s THE BABOON SHOW and PERKELE, and Polish streepunks THE ANALOGS. There’ll also be an acoustic set from former Booze & Glory member Liam Marr, who’s now living in Australia. One more very special guest is set to be announced on 5 May.

Tickets for the show are on sale here.

If you can’t wait until November, Booze & Glory play the following festival dates this Summer…

25/05/19 Mosh Gegen Krebs, DE

08/06/19 Sound Of Revolution, NL

09/07/19 Rockmarathon, HU

13/07/19 Sjock Fest, BE

02/08/19 Rebellion Festival, UK

07/08/19 Punk Rock Holiday, SLO

16/08/19 Pod Parou Fest, CZ

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STEEL PULSE RETURN!

Reggae legends STEEL PULSE have announced the release of a brand new album next month.

Their twelfth studio album, Mass Manipulation is the Birmingham band’s first new album in 15 years, following on from 2004’s African Holocaust. It’s set for release through Rootfire on 17 May, preceded by the single ‘Cry Cry Blood’.

Formed at school in Handsworth in 1975, aligning themselves with the Rock Against Racism movement and sharing stages with numerous punk acts. Their debut single ‘Ku Klux Klan’ and accompanying album Handsworth Revolution are regarded as pioneering classics of the roots reggae genre. Although many members have flowed through the band over the years, their line-up still features founding singer/guitarist David Hinds and keyboard-player Selwyn Brown.

Mass Manipulation is available to pre-order here.

As previously announced, Steel Pulse will be appearing at Bearded Theory’s Spring Gathering, which takes place at Catton Hall, Derbyshire from 23-26 May, alongside the likes of THE CULT, DREADZONE, LITTLE STEVEN & THE DISCIPLES OF SOUL, STIFF LITTLE FINGERS, THE SKIDS, THE SKATALITES, THE WILDHEARTS, ANGELIC USTARTS, THE BAR STOOL PREACHERS and loads more. Tickets are available here.

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THREE MEN IN A DUB!

2 Tone Records vets THE N.J.E. have a new limited edition release out for Record Store Day and have announced a trio of shows to celebrate.

The indie-jazz trio comprises Mark ‘Bedders’ Bedford of MADNESS, whose debut single ‘The Prince’ was 2 Tone’s second release, alongside Terry Edwards and Simon Charterton of pioneering Norwich punk-funkers THE HIGSONS, who released the singles ‘Tear the Whole Thing Down’ and ‘Run Me Down’ for the label in 1982/3.

Last summer, the band entered the BBC’s famed Maida Vale studio to record a session for BBC 6 Music’s Gideon Coe Show, produced by On-U Sound maestro Adrian Sherwood. The legendary dub producer later remixed tracks from the trio’s 2017 debut album Afloat at his studio in Kent.

The collected results can be found on the limited edition album Afloat In Dub, released as a vinyl-only white label dubplate on Record Store Day, Saturday 13 April.

The N.J. E will be playing free shows at three seaside locations across Southeast England on Record Store Day. You can catch them, and buy the record, at…

Vinyl Frontier, Grove Road, Eastbourne 1pm
Music’s Not Dead, De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea 3pm
The Railway Hotel, Clifftown Road, Southend-on-Sea 8pm

Our special collectors 2 Tone edition of Vive Le Rock is still available in shops.

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RE-QUAKE, RE-MODEL!

Former NEW MODEL ARMY man Nelson is back with a new album from his latest band SURFQUAKE.

After twenty-two years touring the world’s stages with the legendary Bradford folk-punks, the bassist returned to his hometown of Colchester, Essex and, switching to guitar, formed Surfquake, inspired by the 60s sounds of surf music, sci-fi and psych.

A mix of covers and originals, Quake Up! belatedly follows on from the band’s 2012 debut Surf & Destroy, which saw the band getting airplay from radio legend and local lad Steve Lamacq.

Having also served (surfed?) time with major-league Colchester bands MODERN ENGLISH, CLEANERS FROM VENUS and CHURCHFITTERS, Nelson is joined in Surfquake by former MYSTERIE BOIS bassist Nic ‘Noserider’ Sadler, SALTDOG drummer Dan ‘The Dune’ Sceats and latest arrival, keyboardist Cara ‘Carabunga’ Bruns.

“After Cara joined, we got a new lease of life and started recording again,” says Nelson. “We always have a laugh in the studio and after nearly three years we found we had 17 tracks that we really liked and decided it was time to quake up and to stick ‘em together as an album – there’s a bunch of covers and a few of our own tunes – we even did a bit of singing for a change.”

Check out the cheap’n’cheerful video for ‘Surfer Jet City’…

Surfquake play a special album release show on 26 April at Three Wise Monkeys, Colchester. Tickets are on sale here.

Quake Up! is available to pre-order here.

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LOS FASTIDIOS MAKE JOYOUS RETURN!

Italian antifa ska-punks LOS FASTIDIOS return with a new album this Spring.

Joy Joy Joy is set for release in 16 May through Kob Records.

The four gentlemen of Verona has a run of dates lined up for the rest of 2019, including appearances at Rebellion and Morecambe punk fests, plus a flurry of UK dates in August. Full dates are…

05.04.2019 (D) NEUMUNSTER – HINTERFRAGEN, VERNETZEN, AGIEREN
10.04.2019 (CH) THUN – AKUT
11.04.2019 (F) NANCY – BLACK BARON
12.04.2019 (D) BOCHUM – DIE TROMPETE
13.04.2019 (D) MICHELAU – MAIN PUNK FESTIVAL
10.05.2019 (F) LE CATEAU CAMBRESIS – ZIKENSTOCK FESTIVAL
11.05.2019 (D) HUISHEIM – WASSERDICHT OPEN AIR
31.05.2019 (I) VERONA – PIKA CLUB (New Album Release Party)
01.06.2019 (A) ATTNANG-PUCHHEIM – RAWS DINER
08.06.2019 (F) DIJON – MALOKA FESTIVAL – LES TANNERIES
09.06.2019 (CH) BELLINZONA – PETER PAN
11.06.2019 (F) MARSEILLE – LE MOLOTOV
13.06.2019 (F) TOULOUSE – L’USINE A MUSIQUE
14.06.2019 (F) ROCHETREJOUX – OBJECTIF ROCK FESTIVAL
15.06.2019 (EH) BILBAO
21.06.2019 (D) ROSSLAU – THIS IS SKA FESTIVAL
29.06.2019 (I) PADOVA – SHERWOOD
12.07.2019 (CZ) TABOR – MIGHTY SOUNDS FESTIVAL
25.07.2019 (D) NURNBERG – KUNSTVEREIN
26.07.2019 (D) LANGEN TRECHOW – FESTEVIL NOPPERHOF
27.07.2019 (D) GOLDENSTEDT – AFDREIHT UN BUTEN FESTIVAL
28.07.2019 (D) KOLN – SONIC BALLROOM
29.07.2019 (F) PARIS – PARIS PUNK ROCK SUMMER – PETIT BAIN
31.07.2019 (UK) SHOREHAM BY SEA – DUKE OF WELLINGTON
01.08.2019 (UK) WREXHAM – SEITH SEREN
02.08.2019 (UK) BLACKPOOL – REBELLION
03.08.2019 (UK) BLACKPOOL – REBELLION
04.08.2019 (D) KREMMEN – RESIST TO EXIST
06.08.2019 (UK) GLASGOW – AUDIO
07.08.2019 (UK) EDINBURGH – BANNERMANS BAR
08.08.2019 (UK) DERBY – HAIRY DOG
09.08.2019 (UK) MANCHESTER – STAR AND GARTER
11.08.2019 (UK) LONDON – NEW CROSS INN
30.08.2019 (D) SPIRIT FESTIVAL
03.09.2019 (CH) ZURICH – DYNAMO
05.09.2019 (D) KARLSRUHE – ALTE HACKEREI
06.09.2019 (D) WEINHEIM – CAFE’ CENTRAL
08.09.2019 (NL) GRONINGEN – LOLA
10.09.2019 (D) HAMBURG – HAFENKLANG
12.09.2019 (N) OSLO – BLITZ
13.09.2019 (S) GOTEBORG – MUSIKENS HUS
14.09.2019 (S) STOCKHOLM – KAFE’ 44
15.09.2019 (DK) COPENAGHEN – UNDERWERKET
19.09.2019 (D) BERLIN – WILD AT HEART
20.09.2019 (D) STUTTGART – GOLDMARK’S
02.10.2019 (D) ROSTOCK – PETER WEISS HAUS
03.10.2019 (D) ZWICKAU – BARRIKADE
04.10.2019 (CZ) PLZEN – BUENAVISTA CLUB
05.10.2019 (A) GRAZ
09.11.2019 (D) OLDENBURG – UPDREIHN AN DE UTFAHRT
16/17.11.2019 (UK) MORECAMBE – MORECAMBE PUNK FESTIVAL
21.11.2019 (D) FURTH – KOPF UND KRAGEN
28.11.2019 (SK) BRATISLAVA – KULTURAK KLUB
29.11.2019 (SK) NITRA – MARIATCHI
30.11.2019 (A) WIEN – ARENA
27.12.2019 (CZ) BRNO – ELEVEN CLUB
28.12.2019 (CZ) PRAHA – ROCK CAFE’
29.12.2019 (D) MUNCHEN – FOLKS CLUB

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DON’T THINK ABOUT IT, JUST MUET!

Chicago post-punks MUET are set to release their debut album this week and they’ve just unveiled a new video to coincide.

‘Muscle’ is taken from the self-titled album which is set for release on Friday 22 March through Metropolis.

Fronted by singer Steven Seibold, with Daniel Evans on guitar and bass and Vince McAley on drums, the band has a pedigree born of experience in
post-industrial bands like Pigface, Chemlab, Die Warzau and Hate Dept.”

Speaking about the making of the video, the band say it “… was the first time we had all actually played in the same room together as a band. We made the album entirely by remote due to our singer living a few hours away from the rest of the band in Chicago. We traded files back and forth, the band recording demos and sending them to Steven and he would send vocal takes back. Somehow, it seemed to gel quickly. So, we’re actually playing together for the first time in this video, and we are really playing, not miming along to the song like most videos. We were so excited and perhaps a little nervous to put all the pieces together and play, that it seems to give the video an endearing quality. The editing was done by Vince McAley, while our friend Myles Arwine did a phenomenal job capturing and directing the footage. We can’t thank him enough.”

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