Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker has refused to rule out the possibilty of the band writing and recording new material in the near future following the ‘classic’ 90s line-up’s reunion in 2011.
Alabama Shakes have announced a short run of UK dates for later this year, following up shows at the O2 Academy in Oxford and Brighton Concorde on September 4th and 5th respectively.
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin has compared his band to Manchester United due to the polarising opinions he believes they both inspire.
Gallows have confirmed their self-titled third album will be released in September.
Blur‘s future beyond their headline appearance at London’s Hyde Park in August is still in doubt today after the band’s bass player Alex James again suggested they have no concrete plans after the summer gig.
So, Maximo Park are back.
If that’s a sentence that fills you with any sort of measurable excitement, the good news is that you’ll be pleased by what follows in this review. To be fair, if you’ve never liked Maximo Park before, there’s likely to be no reason why this album will change your mind.
The Vaccines have described The Stone Roses‘ imminent homecoming Heaton Park shows as ‘the one place to be in the world’ as they gear up to support the reunited band on the first of three shows which will be held over the course of this weekend.
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