Black Honey have announced their self-titled debut album!

Black Honey have finally announced details of their highly-anticipated debut album which is set to be released on September 21st!

As part of the announcement they dropped their second single of 2018 and opening track of their self-title effort ‘Only Hurt The Ones I Love’!

The band unveiled ‘Bad Friends’ earlier this year as their first single of 2018, and the four-piece get bigger and better with every release since bursting onto the scene in 2014 with their squalling guitars, vivid colours and cinematic vignettes, there’s no other British band out there quite like Black Honey!

The 12-track effort  is made up of entirely new music with nine brand new songs on offer, and features ‘Hello, Today’ (the track that saw the band become a household name at Radio 1), and the 2017 closer ‘Dig’! 

The band reach another milestone with the announcement of their self-titled debut LP and we are excited to listen to it!

‘Black Honey’ – Tracklisting

01 Only Hurt The Ones I Love
02 Midnight
03 Whatever Happened To You
04 Bad Friends
05 Blue Romance
06 Crowded City
07 Hello Today
08 Baby
09 Into The Nightmare
10 Dig
11 Just Calling
12 Wasting Time

They will be hitting the road from the 13th October for a headline tour with the finale taking place at London’s Electric Ballroom, and they’re playing loads of festivals over the summer too.

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

Neverworld announces more acts to this year’s line up!

Neverworld just gets better and better!

Formerly known as LeeFest, the relaunch of Neverland have unveiled the latest additions to their incredible lineup with up and coming acts Yonaka, whenyoung, Bloxx, Ten Tonnes, Marsicans and loads more joining this year’s bill

Clean Bandit and Bastille are headlining this year’s festival with BBC Introducing in Kent presenting an array of talent with other names added including Fenne Lilly, Be Charlotte, Fazerdaze, Childcare, Five Kites and more!

Taking place from August 2 to August 5, the festival is being held on John Darlings Farm in Uckfield bringing a brand new experience to 5,000 music fans!

New acts: Yonaka, whenyoung, Bloxx, Ten Tonnes, Marsicans, Fenne Lilly, Be Charlotte, Fazerdaze, Childcare, Five Kites, Duncan Smith, AADAE, Asylums, DJ Abbie McCarthy, All The Above, Amapola, China Bears, Cove, FOXE, JC Palmer, LUCIA, Muffin, Orestea, Placid, Scars of Sense

Tickets, which cost from £119, are almost sold out. For tickets, go to neverworld.co.uk

FULL LINE UP!

2000 Trees finally announce final headliner and 20 more acts!

For those following 2000 Trees closely it’s been intriguing to see who will finally be announced to headline the Friday night after teasing it for so long.

Well today the wait is over and the final headline act to take to the stage on the Friday will be the brilliant Twin Atlantic. They will join previously announced headliners At the Drive In who will be performing on the Thursday and Enter Shikari who will be the festivals final headlining act on the Saturday evening.

That is not all however, as 2000 Trees also treated us to another 20 bands to be added to the bill containing names such as Moose Blood, Sikth, Woes and PINS, check out the full announcement below:

Moose Blood / Sikth / We Were Promised Jetpacks / Meat Wave / Palm Reader / mastersystem / Courage My Love / The Kenneths / InTechnicolour / Woes / Mantra / Frauds / Nelson Can / GroundCulture / Avalanche Party / Cove / Reigning Days / PINS / Swedish Death Candy / Forever Cult

Tickets are getting dangerously close to selling out for the year so make sure you pick them up here before it’s too late.

More acts added to this year’s Tramlines Festival and stage splits revealed

Tramlines Festival have announced another batch of act for 2018!

The tenth anniversary of the event will be headlined by Stereophonics, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and Craig David’s TS5.

New to the bill, are Tom Grennan, Black Honey, Pins, Palace, Honeyblood, King No-One, and many more, also added to these exciting new additions. With this news Tramlines have also announced stage splits for the Three Day event.

https://open.spotify.com/user/tramlinesfestival/playlist/4Yy0kLaCZ96hIsVa1WUVHS

Other names performing at this year’s event are the likes of Blossoms, Jake Bugg, The Magic Gang, Pale Waves, Mystery Jets, Milburn, Everything Everything, Shed Seven, The Big Moon, Fickle Friends and plenty more!

This year Tramlines will take place at the new location of Sheffield’s Hillsborough Park between July 20 and 22.

Full line up below! 

Final bands added to this year’s Slam Dunk Festival + Stage Splits Revealed!

Slam Dunk Festival have revealed it’s final names for this year’s impressive line up!

Joining the unmissable pop-punk party of the summer include Lower Than Atlantis, Say Anything, Homesafe and also announcing the exclusive reunion show of Me Vs Hero.

Also added to these exciting new additions, Slam Dunk Festival have announced stage splits for the May Bank Holiday weekender.

https://open.spotify.com/user/11129653986/playlist/3nte3YL6RXMNUwSwrQNb4i

Jagermeister Stage is set to play host to Good Charlotte as they make their Slam Dunk Festival debut, alongside PVRIS and Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes, as well as amazing acts such as Sleeping with Sirens, State Champs, Creeper, Four Year Strong and Knuckle Puck.

The Monster Stage will be the place to catch Jimmy Eat World as they celebrate their 25th anniversary with their first performance at Slam Dunk Festival and will be joined by Taking Back Sunday,Lower Than Atlantis, Moose Blood, and Twin Atlantic, plus they will be unmissable reunion performances from The Audition and The Dangerous Summer.

In the biggest line-up to date, Slam Dunk Festival 2018 is set to play host to an ultimate alternative party of the summer as it welcomes many bands at Leeds City Centre on May 26th, Hatfield Park on May 27th or Birmingham’s NEC.

Final line up below!

20+ more bands added to the Dot To Dot Festival line up!

After last month’s first line up announcement, Dot To Dot Festival have now revealed a further 20+ new acts to this year’s three-day event which visits Manchester on 25th May, Bristol on 26th May and Nottingham on 27th May.

The new acts include Peach Pit, Desperate Journalist, Fizzy Blood, Dead!, Chappaqua Wrestling, No Hot Ashes and many more!

They join the previously announced acts such as headliners The Horrors, Pale Waves, Bad Sounds, The Regrettes, Cassia and many others.

https://open.spotify.com/user/d2dfest/playlist/333V7K1mbQ5mZbwOd0JioM

Also added to the new to the bill, are Ecca Vandal, Dude York, Fontaines DC, The Nectars, Yowl, Vistas, and loads more.

Just Announced:

Peach Pit, Chappaqua Wrestling, Dead!, Desperate Journalist, Dude York, Ecca Vandal, Fizzy Blood, Fontaines DC, No Hot Ashes, The Nectars, Vistas, Yowl, Sam Johnson, Ady Suleiman, Emily Burns, Amaroun, Girlhood, Jack River, Nadia Nair, Oscar Jerome, PD Liddle, Rothwell, San Junipero, Westerman

Full line up below:

More acts revealed for Robert Smith’s Meltdown Festival!

Today many more new names were announced for this year’s Meldown Festival which is being curated by The Cure’s Robert Smith, who has also revealed that he’ll be performing at this summer’s event.

In it’s 25th edition the festival will take place between June 15-24 with the first names confirmed last month, the new acts announced include Frightened Rabbit, Death Cab For Cutie, The Twilight Sad, The Joy Formidable, I Like Trains, YONAKA, Pumarosa, and many more!

These newly announced acts join a packed line-up of acts that include Nine Inch Nails, Deftones, The Libertines, Manic Street Preachers, My Bloody Valentine, Placebo and many more!

Just announced:

Pumarosa, Frightened Rabbit, Death Cab For Cutie, The Joy Formidable, Moon Duo, Black Moth Super Rainbow, The Soft Moon, Fear of Men, Kaelan Mikla, Drahla, I Like Trains, Matt Holubowski, And Also the Trees, Jo Quail, Emma Ruth Rundle, Suzanne Vega, Yonaka, Jambinai, Tropic of Cancer, James Walsh, A Dead Forest Index, Douglas Dare, Indian Queens, Kidsmoke, The KVB, Planning For Burial, Thought Forms, Hilary Woods, The Soft Moon, Vex Red, Loop, Low, JoyCut, Maybeshewill, God Is An Astronaut, Jónsi, Alex Somers, Paul Corley

Tickets for all of these newly added events go on sale to Southbank Centre members on Friday 13 April, and on general sale on Monday 16 April.