This week’s Noisy Playlist is an absolute cracker!
The Horrors, Tom Grennan and Marmozets all feature as they were revealed to be playing at Hit the North Festival this May in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
We feature Pearl Jam’s cracking new single ‘Can’t Deny Me’ as they announce plans for a new album ahead of their numerous festival appearances across the countries this year.
As Homegrown Music Festival unveil their 2018 line up we have the pleasure to include bands such as Fick as Fieves, THE CATCH, Among The Citizen and Mammal Not Fish who will all be making appearances at this fantastic local showcase.
We also have top tracks from Jeremy Loops and Fickle Friends as we reviewed their latest releases from the past couple of days, these are albums you really need to give a listen.
Orestea and JC Palmer both feature from The Forum’s ’25 years and beyond’ compilation album as they celebrate their 25th anniversary of operating as a local venue in Kent.
Listen to our full playlist here and let us know what you think of some of the tracks that feature this week!
Slam Dunk have just officially announced even more bands to be added to their increasingly stacked bill which already contains the likes of Good Charlotte, Jimmy Eat World, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes and PVRIS to name just a few.
Today the traveling festival have announced that Moose Blood, As It Is, King Prawn, Guttermouth, The Dangerous Summer, Woes and Templeton Pek have all been added to the festival’s impressive line up which is bursting full of rock and punk goodness.
They will be joining the line up along with The Devil Wears Prada, Astroid Boys, Brutality Will Prevail and Loathe which were announced to join the Impericon.co.uk stage at the festival.
You can see the full line up below:
Moose Blood have released a statement on their Facebook page regarding allegations against vocalist Eddy Brewerton.
Back in October Twitter user Zoe Maria claimed Brewerton had stolen personal photos from her phone and had forwarded them onto the bands Whatsapp group chat of which the band ‘strongly refute it’.
The statement reads:
“We are aware of an allegation made against us concerning alleged theft of photographs and invasion of privacy. This allegation is entirely false and we strongly refute it. Until now we have resisted giving it any credence by commenting. However, the many repeats on social media have left us no option but to make our position clear.
We are taking legal action. The process to resolve this issue is underway. We do not propose to comment further at this stage.
We’d like to thank all our fans from the bottom of our hearts for your true loyalty & support. MB “
The This Is Noise Weekly Playlist is back for another week and it features a little bit of everything to meet all tastes.
This week we have new songs from Marmozets and Theory of a Deadman. We also have the latest single released by Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds ‘Holy Mountain’ which see’s the former Oasis guitarist go down a slightly different route but it’s bloody catchy, especially the whistle, he promised it would get stuck in your head and he wasn’t wrong.
We also feature some classics from Feeder and Letlive, as well as bringing back the massive hardcore band Your Demise, with arguably one of their greatest songs they released whilst they were still together ‘The Kids We Used To Be…’ although it was hard to choose between that and ‘Life of Luxury’.
Check out the playlist below:
- Rise Against – Intro/Chamber of the Cartridge
- Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Holy Mountain
- Rage Against The Machine – Killing In The Name
- Theory of a Deadman – Wake Up Call
- Knuckle Puck – Gone
- Green Day – Oh Love
- Linkin Park – Waiting For The End
- Marmozets – Habits
- Foo Fighters – The Sky Is A Neighborhood
- Your Demise – The Kids We Used To Be…
- Deaf Havana – Trigger
- Moose Blood – Gum
- Letlive. – Renegade 86′
- The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Bellbottoms
- Monster Truck – Saturday Night
- Avenged Sevenfold – Wish You Were Here
- Black Stone Cherry – Champagne & Reefer
- The Smashing Pumpkins – Tonight, Tonight
- Feeder – Just a Day
- The Swellers – The Best I Ever Had
- Alien Ant Farm – Movies
YES! Moose Blood have just announced a new UK Tour for March 2018!
The Kent based emo rockers have recently been breaking in the US with touring with A Day to Remember whilst also performing their own shows around the states but are now coming back to the UK playing 7 dates around the UK
We can only guess this tour will be promoting new material from their upcoming album which is due for release in 2018
Check out the dates below: