Beady Eye guitarist Andy Bell has moved to distance his bandmate Liam Gallagher from the disagreement with Adam Ant which led to Gallagher describing the 80s star as ‘nutty’.
Some UK outlets have since picked up on the comments, with Sue Baker of the ‘Time To Change’ campaign telling The Sun: “It’s not helpful for people brave enough to be open to be met with name calling. Many celebrities, like Adam Ant, have spoken out about their mental health problems and we are so grateful that they do.”
Nirvana have been installed as second favourites for this year’s UK Christmas Number One single after a Facebook campaign was launched in a bid to push their classic single ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit‘ to the top of the festive charts.
Friendly Fires have been forced to cancel further shows at Nottingham Rock City tonight (November 14th) and the Newcastle O2 Academy tomorrow due to a viral throat infection being suffered by frontman Ed MacFarlane.
Arctic Monkeys don’t do between-song banter. It’s a fact; they don’t. The perennially sulky Sheffielders, it must be said, don’t really need to (then again, does any band need to?); they appear on stage to earsplitting applause, Alex Turner mutters something inaudible into the microphone, and the opening riff of ‘Don’t Sit Down ‘Cause I’ve Moved Your Chair’ induces the crowd to bounce like they were on space hoppers.
Yes, they’ve come a long way since MySpace. Tonight, the open expanse of S.E.C.C’s Hall 4 is their space; a roomy chasm into which their half-decade worth of hits can reverberate.
London band Tribes have confirmed the details of their hotly-anticipated debut album ‘Baby‘.
Produced by Arctic Monkeys cohort Mike Crossey, the 11-track record will be released on January 16th next year and includes early EP favourites ‘We Were Children‘ and ‘When My Day Comes‘, as well as recent single ‘Sappho‘.
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