In Case You Missed It (23/06/2019)

Every weekend 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
The St. Pierre Snake Invasion – Caprice Enchanté
Dashboard Confessional – Now Is Then Is Now
Seasons For Change – Petals Of Tomorrow
Adjy – A Boy Called June


Spotify

Tour News
Off With Their Heads
August
31st New Cross Inn, London
September
1st Redrum, Stafford
3rd Audio, Glasgow
4th Rebellion, Manchester
5th Exchange, Bristol

Dinosaur Pile-Up
December
8th Institute, Birmingham
9th Garage (Attic Bar), Glasgow
10th Academy 3, Manchester
11th Scala, London

Junior
August
2nd Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
4th Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
5th Hug & Pint, Glasgow
6th Star & Garter, Manchester
7th Club 229, London
8th Frog and Fiddle, Cheltenham
9th Record Junkee, Sheffield

Gender Roles
October
2nd Open, Norwich
3rd Boston Music Room, London
4th Heartbreakers, Southampton
5th Rough Trade, Bristol
6th Rough Trade, Nottingham
7th Attic, Glasgow
8th Record Junkee, Sheffield
9th Kazimier, Liverpool
10th Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
11th The Wave Maiden, Portsmouth
14th Boileroom, Guildford

November
13th The Voodoo Lounge, Dublin
14th The Palm House, Belfast
15th Audio, Glasgow
16th Temple Of Boom, Leeds
17th The Fleece, Bristol
19th Mama Roux’s, Birmingham
20th The Underworld, London

Sleep Token
October
3rd Underworld, London
4th Night and Day, Manchester

Flood of Red
October
16th Black Heart, London
17th The Key Club, Leeds
18th Drummonds, Aberdeen
19th King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow

Conjurer
October
24th Beta, Nottingham
25th The Star & Garter, Manchester
26th The Attic, Glasgow
27th The Key Club, Leeds
28th Crofters Rights, Bristol
29th Boston Music Rooms, London*
30th The Flapper, Birmingham*
*with LLNN

At The Gates with Nifelheim & Deserted Fear
December
18th O2 Academy, Manchester
19th Electric Ballroom, London

In The News

All Time Low guitarist Jack Barakat and singer/songwriter Kevin Fisher aka Sweet Talker have announced their new project, WhoHurtYou. The duo have signed to Parlophone (UK) and Fueled By Ramen (ROW).

Bristol indie rockers Middle Distance have joined No Sleep Records.

Big Scary Monsters have signed NYC Afro-punk group Proper.

Sumerian Records have announced they’ve signed bluesy rock singer/songwriter Juliet Simms.

Melbourne post-hardcore band Drown This City have joined UNFD.

Album/EP Releases

July:
5th:
Drown This City – Alpha // Survivor EP (UNFD)

12th:
Various – Tiny Changes – A Celebration of The Midnight Organ Fight
1. The Modern Leper – Biffy Clyro
2. I Feel Better – Oxford Collapse
3. Good Arms vs Bad Arms – Fiskur
4. Fast Blood – Right On Dynamite
5. Old Old Fashioned – Josh Ritter
6. The Twist – Wintersleep
7. Bright Pink Bookmark – Peter Katis
8. Head Rolls Off – Craig Finn
9. My Backwards Walk – Katie Harkin & Sarah Silverman
10. Keep Yourself Warm – Benjamin Gibbard (Death Cab for Cutie)
11. Extrasupervery – Jeff Zeigler
12. Poke – Daughter
13. Floating In The Forth – The Twilight Sad
14. Who’d You Kill Now – Aaron Dessner (The National) & Lauren Mayberry (CHVRCHES)
15. The Modern Leper – Julien Baker
16. The Twist – Piano Bar Fight
17. My Backwards Walk – Manchester Orchestra

19th:
Crown The Empire – Sudden Sky (Rise Records)
1. (X)
2. 20/20
3. what i am
4. BLURRY (out of place)
5. Red Pills
6. MZRY
7. Under the Skin
8. SEQU3NCE
9. March of the Ignorant
10. Sudden Sky

26th:
Spoon – Everything Hits at Once: The Best of Spoon (Matador Records)
1. I Turn My Camera On
2. Do You
3. Don’t You Evah
4. Inside Out
5. The Way We Get By
6. The Underdog
7. Hot Thoughts
8. I Summon You
9. Rent I Pay
10. You Got Yr Cherry Bomb
11. Got Nuffin
12. Everything Hits At Once
13. No Bullets Spent

August:
2nd:
Baggage – Life In Misophonia (Smartpunk Records)

16th:
The Hold Steady – Thrashing Thru The Passion (Frenchkiss Records)
1. Denver Haircut
2. Epaulets
3. You Did Good, Kid
4. Traditional Village
5. Blackout Sam
6. Entitlement Crew
7. T-Shirt Tux
8. Star 18
9. The Stove & The Toaster
10. Confusion In The Marketplace

Off With Their Heads – Be Good (Epitaph)
1. Disappear
2. Be Good
3. You Will Die
4. No Love
5. Take Me Away
6. Tear Me Apart
7. Trash It
8. Let It All

Peaer – A Healthy Earth (Tiny Engines)
1. Circle
2. Ollie
3. Like You
4. Commercial
5. Don’t
6. Multiverse
7. Joke
8. In My Belly
9. I.K.W.Y.T.
10. Wilbur
11. Have Fun!

30th:
Gender Roles – Prang (Big Scary Monsters)
1. You Look Like Death
2. Always
3. Deep End
4. Hey With Two Whys
5. Ickie
6. Your War
7. Tip Of My Tongue
8. School’s Out
9. That’s How You Want It To Be
10. Bubble

September:
6th:
Sleeping With Sirens – How It Feels To Be Lost (Sumerian Records)
1. Leave It All Behind
2. Never Enough
3. How It Feels To Be Lost
4. Agree To Disagree
5. Ghost
6. Blood Lines
7. Break Me Down
8. Another Nightmare
9. PS Missing You
10. Medicine
11. Dying To Believe

13th:
Brutality Will Prevail – Misery Sequence

27th:
Astrosaur – Obscuroscope (Pelagic Record)

October:
4th:
Insomnium – TBA (Century Media)

November:
21st:
Sleep Token – Sundowning (Spinefarm Records)

Festival News

Alcest, A Pale Horse Named Death, Raging Speedhorn, and Mork have been added to this year’s Damnation Festival. It will take place at Leeds University Union on Saturday, November 2nd.

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