Jade Falconer

Seaway Announce New Album

Following up to 2015’s Colour Blind, Seaway are preparing to release their new album Vacation, due out September 15th via Pure Noise Records. Vacation brings a change in sound but loses none of the catchy hooks or energy that Seaway have come to be known for. Check out the new single Apartment below and pre-order the new album at the bands website.

Vacation is a step in a new direction for us. While still holding onto familiar aspects of the band, we definitely explored new destinations for Seaway. It is the best music we’ve written thus far; the record we’ve been working towards for the last 4 years.” – Ryan Locke, vocals

Vacation Tracklist:

1. Apartment
2. Neurotic
3. London
4. Lula On The Beach
5. Something Wonderful
6. Curse Me Out
7. Day Player
8. Misery In You
9. Scatter My Ashes
10. Car Seat Magazine
11. 40 Over
12. When I Hang Up

Alter Bridge Announces EU Tour

After recently announcing their Royal Albert Hall shows, Alter Bridge are back with another announcement. This time its a full European tour, dubbed The Last Hero Tour. Beginning in Paris, the band head across the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Poland, Hungary, Switzerland, Spain and Portugal. The setlists on this tour will vary greatly from the tracks they played during their summer shows, so this will be a very different experience from their recent shows.

Sleeping With Sirens Announce New Album

Sleeping With Sirens have released some details regarding their upcoming fifth studio album; Gossip. Due out on the 22nd September via Warner Bros. Records and produced by David Bendeth, the 11 track album is available to pre-order now, digital at usual sites and physicals at this link. Check out their newest single Legends below, which is also the official song of Team USA for Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018.

“We finally captured the live experience with Bendeth, we have the production, but there’s a rawness that comes through. Musically, I feel like it’s the first Sirens record that sounds specifically like us. We took chances, experimented, and continued to do what we do best: create art. It’s something new. It has an authentic sound that we’ve been working towards all this time.” – Kellin Quinn, vocals

Gossip Tracklisting
Empire To Ashes
One Man Army
Hole In My Heart
I Need To Know
The Chase

PVRIS Reveal Music Video For ‘Half’

From their upcoming album All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell, PVRIS have dropped their newest music video for the track Half. This is their third single off of the new album; What’s Wrong and Heaven offered the first glimpses of their new offerings and their upcoming album looks set to take them to greater heights than their debut White Noise. Check out the new video and their upcoming EU tour below:


2nd November Theaterfabrik Munich

3rd November Dynamo Zurich

4th November Magazzini Generali Milan

6th November Flex Vienna

7th November Lucerna Music Bar Prague

8th November Huxleys Berlin

9th November Docks Hamburg

11th November Pumpehuset Copenhagen

12th November Fryhuset Stockholm

13th November Rockefeller Oslo

15th November Live Music Hall Cologne

16th November Den Atelier Luxembourg

17th November Tivoli Ronda Utrecht

18th November Elysee Montmartre Paris

19th November Trix Antwerp

22nd November o2 Academy Bristol

23rd November o2 Academy Birmingham

24th November The Academy Dublin

25th November Mandela Hall Belfast

27th November o2 Academy Glasgow

28th November Apollo Manchester

30th November o2 Brixton Academy London

MAKEOUT sign to Rise Records

Rhode Island’s own pop punkers MAKEOUT have signed to Rise Records, having already toured with the likes of Blink-182 and Goldfinger, they are set to release their debut EP The Good Life, due out 29th September. Check out their brand new track Crazy below, balloon anyone?

“The record sounds like a party, there are so many different influences touching it… That’s the kind of party we like!” – Sam Boxold, vocals

The Good Life Track Listing:

1. Childish
2. Crazy
3. Lisa
4. Ride it Out
5. Open Minded
6. You Can’t Blame Me
7. Clockwork
8. Till We’re Gone
9. Salt Lake City
10. Secrets
11. Where’s My Charger
12. Blast Off

Pick up a pre-order at this link.

Fort Fest 2017 Cancellation

Bedfordshire’s Fort Fest has been cancelled due to low ticket sales, the festival, due to be held at the start of August, was about to celebrate it’s second year running. With a mixture of sounds plus small and more well known bands being part of the experience, it’s a real shame this has been the outcome.

“We are deeply saddened that we have had to cancel Fort Fest. After a very promising start last year, ticket sales have been extremely disappointing and there was no prospect of us being able to deliver the festival that we had planned or that everyone involved deserves. We would like to apologise to everyone who has bought tickets and to the bands and traders that supported Fort Fest.  Full refunds will, of course, be forthcoming this week.” – Jon Hewitt, on behalf of The Fort Records


Less Art Stream ‘Wandering Ghost’ and Announce Album Details

Less Art; a mixture of members from Thrice, Kowloon Walled City and Curl Up and Die are preparing to drop their debut album; Strangled Light. Describing themselves as “Post-hardcore for post-youths”, this tracks on this album are emotional, dynamic and polishes the work laid before by bands in this genre in earlier years. The album is set for a release date of 28th July via Gilead Media. Teaming up with Brooklyn Vegan, the band are streaming their new single Wandering Ghost at this link.

1) Optimism as Survival
2) Diana the Huntress
3) Mood 7 Mind Destroyer: Guilt
4) Wandering Ghost
5) Pessimism as Denial
6) Shapeshifter
7) Crushed Out
8) What Is It In Man?
9) Strangled Light

Less Art is:

Mike Minnick – vocals
Ed Breckenridge – guitar
Jon Howell – guitar
Ian Miller – bass
Riley Breckenridge – drums

COASTS Announce Second Album

Hailing from Bristol and having formed in 2011, COASTS are set to release their second album This Life via High Time Records on the 18th of August. This Life looks at how the band have grown up and their self-discovery; from falling in love on Heart Starts Beating, to the other end of the spectrum; feeling broken in the anthemic track Tomorrow.


  1. Take Me Back Home
  2. Heart Starts Beating
  3. Come On Over
  4. Let Me Love You
  5. Paradise
  6. Make It Out Alive
  7. Chase The Night
  8. White Noise
  9. Tomorrow
  10. Born To Die

In support of this album, the band have announced they will embark on a 38 date UK tour starting in September in Scotland and rounding off in October.

Tickets available now on Music Glue.

September 15                          Aberdeen, Scotland – The Tunnels

September 16                          Edinburgh, Scotland – Liquid Rooms

September 17                          Glasgow, Scotland – The Garage

September 18                          Carlisle, England – The Brickyard

September 19                          Sunderland, England – Indiependent

September 20                          Newcastle, England – Riverside

September 21                          York, England – Fibbers

September 22                          Sheffield, England – Leadmill

September 23                              Manchester, England – Sound Control

September 25                              Liverpool, England – Studio 2

September 26                              Stoke, England – The Exchange

September 27                       Gloucester, England – Guild Hall

September 28                       Cardiff, Wales – Clwb Ifor Bach

September 29                       Bristol, England – SWX

September 30                       Bath, England – Moles

October 1                              Oxford, England – The Bullingdon

October 2                                        Southampton, England – Joiners

October 3                                        Plymouth, England – The Underground

October 4                                        Southend, England – Chinnerys

October 5                                        London, England – Electric Ballroom

October 8                                        St Albans, England – The Horn

October 9                                        Hitchin, England – Club 85

October 10                                     Bedford, England – Esquires

October 11                                     Cambridge, England – Cambridge Junction

October 12                                     Leicester, England – The Cookie

October 13                                     Coventry, England – Kasbah

October 15                                     Leamington, England – Zyphyr

October 16                                     Norwich, England – Arts Centre

October 17                                     Peterborough, England – Met Lounge

October 18                                     Birmingham, England – Mama Roux’s

October 19                                     Hastings, England – Brass Monkeys

October 20                            Brighton, England – The Haunt

October 22                                     Reading, England – Sub 89

October 23                                     Leeds, England – Church

October 25                                     Lincoln, England – The Platform

October 26                                     Exeter, England – Cavern

October 27                                     Guildford, England – Boiler Room

October 30                            Nottingham, England – Glee