Live4ever’s Essential Listening end of year retrospective continues today with our pick of the tracks and EPs which have crossed the Live4ever Ezine‘s path during the past twelve months.
Featuring stand-out singles from some of the rock world’s best established artists, as well as plenty of impressive releases from a selection of our favourite new bands, we hope the rundown will inspire you to both check out the artists featured, and let us know of your own highlights from 2011 by leaving a comment below.
And if your nearest and dearest isn’t included today, be sure to check back next Wednesday to see if they are featured on the third and final instalment of our 2011 recap, Live4ever’s Essential Listening 2011 – The Albums.
Here’s the official music video for the new single “We Don’t Need Money To Have A Good Time”. Taken from the forthcoming album “Money And Celebrity”, out September 19th.
The Subways will support their forthcoming album ‘Money and Celebrity‘ with a large UK tour to begin in Oxford on September 17th.
The trio will continue the tour in Falmouth a day later, and are due to visit Birmingham, Manchester and Sheffield on the 13-date tour, which will be closed at the London KOKO on October 4th.
Their first single was premiered on the radio by none other than the late John Peel, a man revered as a God-like figure on English radio. ‘At 1am’ captured the attention of the public and much accolade ensued due to their renowned energetic prowess on the live scene. Debut album Young for Eternity soon followed in 2005 and spawned anthems which were snapped up by countless advertising campaigns, most notably Rock & Roll Queen which fronted the soundtrack of an English gangster film, RocknRolla. Second album, All Or Nothing, was a richer, bolder affair that tinkered with a sound which was mildly mature without abandoning the vivacious essence of the first record.
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