London band The Maccabees have revealed they have started work on the follow-up to 2009’s ‘Wall Of Arms‘ after performing an as-yet-unnamed new track at last weekend’s Reading/Leeds festivals.
In today’s Soundbites, our quick take on news, reviews and tabloid gossip, Axl Rose continues his one-man battle against Reading/Leeds, Amy Winehouse offers Pete Doherty her flat, there’s a track from Dead Confederate’s recently released album, Sex Pistols move into smellies, and Katy Perry could be in the money.
After their first two albums ‘Funeral‘ and ‘Neon Bible‘ made them one of the most critically-acclaimed bands in the world, Arcade Fire are now moving into rock’s big league following the cross-Atlantic success of their recent third record ‘The Suburbs‘. However, the band are now fearing the new momentum will bring it’s own problems.
After re-starting the Plastic Ono Band in New York earlier this year for a show that included the likes of Eric Clapton, Paul Simon and Bette Midler, Yoko Ono is now set to play two new dates in Los Angeles in October which will feature a new collection of special guests.
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