If you couldn’t get tickets for the original dates fear not because Interpol have just added three extra shows to their UK and Ireland visit of February 2015.
Damon Albarn will be at the Royal Albert Hall in London with his backing band The Heavy Seas for a one-off show later this year.
The BBC Introducing Stage has had its full line-up confirmed for next month’s Reading/Leeds Festival, with Moko and singer-songwriter Rae Morris leading the way.
The Foo Fighters will be in London in September to headline the closing concert for the Invictus Games – a new event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women.
Three UK shows have been added to Ryan Adams‘ live plans for the remainder of this year.
Blur will release a live album in August, recorded at the Budokan in Tokyo on November 8th, 1995.
It’s been a long period of hibernation for The Chills – at times it looked like it might be a permanent hiatus – but the band who began life in Dunedin in 1979 now seem well on the way back to full productivity.
The journey might have been circuitous, but frontman Martin Phillips makes no apologies for a set which mixes the more familiar songs with a clutch of those from new album ‘Silver Bullets‘, of which he speaks in confident terms. It will be an acid test of their revival like no other; their last studio effort ‘Sunburnt‘ was released in 1996.
The Killers will warm-up for their headline appearance at V Festival next month with a gig in Liverpool.
The History Of Apple Pie will tour the UK in October supporting the release of their new album ‘Feel Something‘, which was recorded at the Sublime Studios in London just these past few months.
Iceage have unveiled some world tour dates which will take them towards the end of this year (full details below), and have also premiered a video for the track ‘The Lord’s Favorite‘ whilst simultaneously promising ‘more new music soon’.
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