WITTERQUICK REVEAL VIDEO FOR BRAND NEW SONG “BUBBLEGUM”

Rock newcomers WITTERQUICK are back with their brand new, feel-good single “Bubblegum”, just in time for summer.

Watch the video for “Bubblegum” HERE 
Witterquick are holding their title as one of the UK’s hottest new bands following the popular release of EPs ‘Beneath the Spinning Lights’ and ‘Fire and Ice’, a sold out UK tour with fellow rockers Nothing But Thieves, and gaining iTunes chart recognition (alt chart #9, album chart #35), TV, and major radio play, and over 380,000 on Spotify. Their sound combines the intensity of punk-rock and the feel of the 70’s and 80’s stadium greats, with pop melodies.
Catch Witterquick on tour this August:

09.08 London, Hope and Anchor
10.08 Manchester, Aatma
11.08 Birmingham, Asylum 2
12.08 Exeter, Cavern

Tickets are available HERE.

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HOMEBOUND Release New Single CHANGE OF HEART from MORE TO ME THAN MISERY EP

Farnham’s Homebound reveal new single Change Of Heart today, the second cut from their from their anticipated second EP More To Me Than Misery due 17th August on Rude Records. Pre-order the record here.

Listen to ‘CHANGE OF HEART’ 

 

More To Me Than Misery follows 2017’s EP The Mould You Build Yourself Around (Rude Records), and showcases new life in Homebound. Charlie Boughton had this to say about the forthcoming record

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MORE TO ME THAN MISERY
Track listing

1. Change Of Heart
2. Coming Clean
3. Truth Be Told
4. Indelible
5. Yours Trul
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Homebound are fresh from playing The Great Escape and touring the UK with Broadside and Milestones. Their next port of call will be a UK headline tour lined up for August/September 2018. Dates are:
Aug 27 – Think Tank, Newcastle
Aug 28 – Asylum 2, Birmingham
Aug 29 – Joiners, Southampton
Aug 30 – Thousand Island, London
Sep 01 – The Key Club, Leeds
Sep 02 – The Garage (Attic), Glasgow
Sep 03 – Satans Hollow, Manchester
Sep 04 – Sound Basement, Liverpool

BLACK HONEY Debut album out 21st September & ‘I Only Hurt The Ones I Love’ now

Welcome to ‘Black Honey’, the self-titled debut album today announced by the UK’s best rising band due for release on September 21st.  Listen to album opener ‘I Only Hurt The Ones I Love’. 

 

We’ve already heard ‘Bad Friends’ earlier this year, but with the exception of 2016’s ‘Hello, Today’ (the track that saw the band become a household name at Radio 1), and the 2017 closer ‘Dig’, the album is made up of entirely new music with 9 brand new songs on offer. Album opener ‘I Only Hurts The Ones I Love’ – which you can listen to now – is a fascinating Garbage-flavoured meander that sets the tone for the record brilliantly. From there, there’s stone cold classic ‘Wasting Time’, Lana Del Ray nodding slow-burner ‘Blue Romance’ and disco-pop Trojan horse ‘Midnight’ – to name just a few.  However, across the entirety of the record, you can always feel the bare bones of front lady Izzy B Phillips diary scribbles are just around the corner as the varying tracks switch between chart-headed bangers and scuzzy, industrial David Lynch inspired strangeness.

 

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       Black Honey Track Listing:

  1. Only Hurt The Ones I Love
  2. Midnight
  3. Whatever Happened To You
  4. Bad Friends
  5. Blue Romance
  6. Crowded City
  7. Hello Today
  8. Baby
  9. Into The Nightmare
  10. Dig
  11. Just Calling
  12. Wasting Time

 

Listen to ‘I Only Hurt The Ones I Love’ HERE
Pre-order ‘Black Honey’ HERE
 

UK festival dates: 
30/06 Finsbury Park w/ QOTSA, London
12-14/07 2000 Trees, Cheltenham
12-14/07 Latitude Festival, Southwold
19-22/07 Truck Festival, Oxfordshire
20-22/07 Tramlines Festival, Sheffield
26-29/07 Kendal Calling, Kendal
04/08 – Bestival, Dorset
18/08 – RIZE Festival, Chelmsford
30/08-01/09 Electric Fields, Dumfries
31/08-02/09 Bingley Music Live, Bingley
October UK headline tour: 
13/10 Thekla – Bristol

14/10 Concorde 2 – Brighton
15/10 Academy 2 – Birmingham
16/10 Norwich Arts Centre – Norwich
18/10 Church – Leeds
19/10 Riverside – Newcastle
20/10 Stereo – Glasgow
21/10 Academy 2 – Manchester
23/10 Rescue Rooms – Nottingham
24/10 Electric Ballroom – London