In Case You Missed It (18/06/2019)

Every week Already Heard gives you a rundown of what you have missed in the music world in the past seven days. ‘In Case You Missed It’ is your go-to source to find out all the latest tour news and music and video releases.

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New Music

Albums/EPs
grandson – No Apologies Live EP
Julien Baker – Red Door/Conversation Piece 7”
Thrice – Deeper Wells
Bury Tomorrow – Black Flame (Deluxe)


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Tour News
Muse
September
14th O2 Arena, London
15th O2 Arena, London
17th Arena, Birmingham

Alter Bridge with Shinedown and Sevendust
December
14th Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
15th Manchester Arena, Manchester
17th SSE Hyro, Glasgow
18th Arena, Birmingham
20th Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
21st O2 Arena, London

Beartooth
February
24th O2 Academy, Bristol
25th SWG3, Glasgow
26th Rock City, Nottingham
28th Academy, Manchester
29th Roundhouse, London

Amon Amarth with Arch Enemy and Hypocrisy
November
28th O2 Academy, Birmingham
29th O2 Apollo, Manchester
30th O2 Brixton Academy, London

Frank Iero and The Future Violents / Laura Jane Grace and the Devouring Mothers
August
26th St Lukes, Glasgow
27th Liquid Room, Edinburgh
28th Academy 2, Manchester
29th Scala, London
30th Academy, Bristol
31st O2 Institute 2, Birmingham

Rival Sons
November
2nd Academy, Liverpool
3rd Brixton Academy, London
5th Rock City, Nottingham
6th Usher Hall, Edinburgh
7th Academy, Bristol

Press To MECO
October
2nd The Sugarmill, Stoke
3rd Basement, York
4th The Parish, Huddersfield
5th The Shed, Leicester
10th Flapper, Birmingham
11th Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
12th Forum Basement, Tunbridge Wells
16th Academy 2, Oxford
17th Anvil, Bournemouth
18th Underground, Plymouth
19th Frog and Fiddle, Cheltenham
22nd The Horn, St Albans
23rd Think Tank, Newcastle
24th Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh
25th E.B.G.B.S, Liverpool
26th Boileroom, Guildford

Acres with Parting Gift and Captives
September
4th Joiners, Southampton
18th The Exchange, Bristol
19th Star And Garter, Manchester
20th Alberts, Nottingham
21st The Key Club, Leeds
22nd The Black Heart, London

Cultdreams
August
13th Headrow House, Leeds
14th Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
15th Arctangent Festival, Bristol
16th Paper Dress Vintage, London

Scarlxrd
November
17th Garage, Glasgow
19th Gorilla, Manchester
21st O2 Academy Islington, London
22nd O2 Institute, Birmingham

CHON with Delta Sleep
September
22nd Gorilla, Manchester
23rd Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
24th King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
25th The Asylum, Birmingham
26th The Fleece, Bristol
27th Islington Assembly Hall, London
28th Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
29th The Haunt, Brighton

Clutch with Graveyard and Kamchatka
December
17th O2 Guildhall, Southampton
18th Roundhouse, London
19th O2 Academy, Leeds
20th Rock City, Nottingham

Delain
February
6th O2 Institute, Birmingham
7th O2 Ritz, Manchester
8th Anson Rooms, Bristol
9th Electric Brixton, London

Badflower
November
18th Deaf Institute, Manchester
19th King Tut’s, Glasgow
21st Flapper, Birmingham
22nd ULU, London
24th Bodega, Nottingham
25th Ifor Bach, Cardiff

Tiger Army with Grave Pleasures
November
25th Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
26th Club Academy, Manchester
28th The Fleece, Bristol
29th o2 Academy Islington, London

For The Fallen Dreams
August
11th The Anvil, Bournemouth
12th The Exchange, Bristol
13th Star And Garter, Manchester
14th New Cross Inn, London

Valis Ablaze with Derange
September
1st The Lanes, Bristol
2nd The Victoria, Birmingham
3rd Satan’s Hollow, Manchester
4th Crauford Arms, Milton Keynes
5th B2 Venue, Norwich
6th 229, London
7th The Key Club, Leeds

Take Today & Toreador
June
24th Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh
25th Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow
26th Fox & Newt, Leeds
27th Hope & Anchor, London
28th Suburbia, Southampton
29th Castle Hotel, Manchester (Take Today Only)

In The News

Pallbearer have signed a worldwide deal with Nucelar Blast for their fourth full-length album. Details of the album are yet to be announced.

Montreal, Canada based indie rockers, Mundy’s Bay, have signed to Pure Noise Records.

Punk rock Americana sextet 500 Miles To Memphis have joined Paper + Plastik.

Topshelf Records have signed Korean artist Mid-Air Thief.

Album/EP Releases

June:
28th:
Fights and Fires – Kebaptism (Lockjaw Records)

Widmore – Hostile EP
1. Welcome
2. The End
3. –
4. Has Been
5. Here All Along

August:
2nd:
The Rocket Summer – Sweet Shivers

Tennis System – Lovesick (Graveface Records)

9th:
Unprocessed – Artificial Void (Long Branch Records)
1. Prototype
2. Artificial Void
3. Ruins
4. Fear
5. Abandoned
6. House Of Waters
7. Avatar
8. Antler’s Decay
9. Down The Spine
10. Another Sky
11. The Movements, Their Echoes
12. Closure

16th:
Cultdreams – Things That Hurt (Big Scary Monsters)
1. Born An Underdog, Still Living One
2. Not My Generation
3. Rest & Reflection
4. Flowers On Their Graves
5. Brain Daze
6. We Never Rest
7. Don’t Let Them Tell You Otherwise
8. Statement
9. Repent, Regress
10. Toxins


23rd:
Crobot – Motherbrain (Mascot Label Group/Mascot Records)

30th:
DZ Deathrays – Positive Rising: Part 1 (Alcopop Records)
1. Hi Everyone
2. Still No Change
3. IN-TO-IT
4. A Lot To Lose
5. Hypercolour
6. Snakes
7. Nightmare Wrecker
8. Year Of The Dog
9. Silver Lining

September:
13th:
Tiger Army – Retrofuture (Rise Records)

20th:
LIFE – A Picture Of Good Health (Afghan Moon/PIAS)
1. Good Health
2. Moral Fibre
3. Bum Hour
4. Hollow Thing
5. Excites Me
6. Never Love Again
7. Half Pint Fatherhood
8. Grown Up
9. Niceties
10. Thoughts
11. It’s A Con
12. Don’t Give Up Yet
13. New Rose in Love

Tides of Nebula – From Voodoo to Zen (Long Branch Records (SPV) and Mystic Production)
1. Ghost Horses
2. The New Delta
3. Dopamine
4. Radionoize
5. From Voodoo to Zen
6. Nothing to Fear and Nothing to Doubt
7. Eve White, Eve Black, Jane

Festival News

The line-up for 2000 Trees Festival‘s Forest Sessions Stage has been announced:

Deaf Havana, YONAKA, Holding Absence, Mull Historical Society (featuring Bernard Butler), Grace Petrie, Cavetown, Murray Macleod (The Xcerts), Tony Wright (Terrorvision), Andy Cairns (Therapy?), The Skints, Sullii, Press to MECO, Johnny Lloyd, Holiday Oscar, Non Canon, Brightr, Watercolours, Chas Palmer-Williams, Gaz Brookfield, B-Sydes, No Violet, Ducking Punches, Rob Lynch, A.A.Williams, and Billy The Kid.

Nottingham’s Macmillan Fest has finalised it’s 2019 line-up:

Shvpes, Sister Shotgun, The Kut, Black Orchid Empire, Chugga Boom, Adam Barnes, Luke Appleton, Bad Llama, Cotton Mouth, Crosslight, Desensitised, Distant Blue, George Gadd, Immerse, In Fear They Follow, It Comes In Waves, Kill The Ideal, Magna Carta, Matthew Moore, Myles Knight, MYOK, Patriot Rebel, Pemphigoid, Phoenix Lake, Reclaimer, Ryan Brooks, Shadows Like Strangers, Silkrats, Take 96, The Outlines, Those Once Loyal, Three Years Of Winter, Violet Dreams, Widows, Wild Flower, Witch Tripper plus The Great British Grind-off with Raised By Owls and Brian Blessed.

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