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Indie-rock trio The Wombats have just announced a string of March tour dates. The announcement comes just after the long awaited release date of their 4th album Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life; out 9th February 2018.

The tour includes dates in popular music venues such as Manchester Academy and London Ally Pally.

Pre-sale tickets go on sale Wednesday 15th November at 9am, with general sale starting Friday 17th November at 9am. Tickets will be available here.

You can see the full set of dates here:


Tuesday 13th – Limelight2, Belfast

Wednesday 14th – Academy, Dublin

Friday 16th –  Great Hall, Cardiff

Saturday 17th – O2 Academy, Sheffield

Monday 19th – Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen

Tuesday 20th – O2 Academy 1, Newcastle

Wednesday 21st – Rock City, Nottingham

Friday 23rd –  O2 Institute, Birmingham

Saturday 24th – Manchester Academy, Manchester

Sunday 25th –  The Nick Rayns LCR, Norwich

Tuesday 27th – Alexandra Palace, London

Wednesday 28th – O2 Academy, Bristol

Thursday 29th –  O2 Guildhall, Southampton

DISCLAIMER: Feature image courtesy of The Wombats.


New Single: Louis Berry “She Wants Me”

The husky sound of Louis Berry was a successful one last year and has started 2017 with a hit. She Wants Me is fast-paced, good old fashioned rock and roll. The self-proclaimed ‘Liverpool’s finest’ is certainly one of the brightest coming out of the city at the minute, he has a handful of dates to come over the next few months and tunes like this are bound to be hits live.

The domesticity combined with the energy of not quite ever knowing whether the song is sitting steady or about to crash into a chorus leaves you on edge. It stops and starts unexpectedly and there’s an air of confidence that comes from it, it’s not unjustified.

Review: The Cheap Thrills “Glare”

Liverpool band The Cheap Thrills are catching the eyes of psych-indie fans across Merseyside and beyond. They streamed their brand new EP last week and its’ now available on all platforms.
You’ll find a thrill of riffs and reverb with this band, and their opening track “Tides” sums that up perfectly. Energetic and infectious, “Machine” follows suit, released on its’ own around a year ago it sounds like Kasabian with more drum influence and a quicker pace.

The Vryll Society have been successful in Liverpool in recent times, so it’s no surprise that in listening to “Same Old Faces” it’s easy to draw comparisons between the two, crashing drums and spaced out guitar hooks dominate. Final track “Setting Sun” is where the bass guitar comes into its own, it provides the foundation for more quick vocals before a euphoric chorus, it’s a big end to the EP.

The Cheap Thrills play in The Shipping Forecast tonight (14th Jan), tickets are £6 from here.

You can stream “Glare” on Spotify here.