Fan favorites All Time Low have recently moved over to a label which hosts names such as Fall Out Boy,Paramore and Twentyone Pilots. The giants are celebrating the move to Fueled By Ramen with a huge International tour which hosts a string of UK dates, which you can find below. However, alongside this All Time Low have released a new single Dirty Laundry, the single has a companion video on Fueled By Ramen’s YouTube page which you can also check out below. So if you like what you hear remember to get your tickets to All Time Low’s tour and check out the band’s single Dirty Laundry.
10th – LONDON Eventim Apollo
11th – CARDIFF University Great Hall
13th – SOUTHAMPTON O2 Guildhall
14th – CAMBRIDGE Corn Exchange
15th – LEEDS O2 Academy Leeds
16th – BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy Birmingham
18th – LIVERPOOL Guild of Students
19th – BELFAST Ulster Hall
20th – DUBLIN Olympia
22nd – BRISTOL O2 Academy Bristol
23rd – MANCHESTER O2 Apollo
24th – SHEFFIELD O2 Academy Sheffield
25th – NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE O2 Academy Newcastle
27th – EDINBURGH Corn Exchange
28th – GLASGOW O2 Academy Glasgow
30th – NORWICH UEA 31st – LONDON O2 Academy Brixton
Modern Baseball’s upcoming EU and UK tour labelled Touroupe will not be featuring singer and guitarist Brendan Lukens. Today Brendan posted a heartfelt message apologizing for his absence on the tour. His statement said as follows:
“Hello fam – Bren here, I have some unexpected news. I will not be joining Modern Baseball on the upcoming Europe / UK tour. I am okay — but I need this time at home to focus on my mental and physical health. The band will continue on with the tour thanks to help from mega friends Thins Lips, Superweaks and all the MOBO crew.”
All of us here at Musicology and fans alike wish Brendan well whilst he stays at home on this upcoming tour.
A band who have spent the past year touring off the back of their EP Death Deserves A Name and are heading out on tour with Boston Manor tomorrow, Can’t Swim show no signs of slowing down just yet. Today they have surprised all by dropping not only a new song but also a video with it. The new track Stranger encases both sides of Can’t Swim as a band the fast and aggressive side and the slower and quieter side. Check out Stranger and its video below.
Alongside the release of Stranger, Can’t Swim have also confirmed their own headline date in London the day before the final date on the upcoming tour with Boston Manor. So whether you are seeing them on this tour or plan on going to their headline show, check out Stranger today.