Pearl Jam, Fick as Fieves and Marmozets all feature in this week’s Noisy Playlist!

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!

NEW RELEASE: Pearl Jam release new single + New album on the way

Five years after their last studio album, ‘Lightening Bolt’, Pearl Jam are finally back on the music scene.

Having initially released their new single to Ten Club fan club members, ‘Can’t Deny Me’ is now available to stream, and you can listen to below.

Although a date is yet to be confirmed, ‘Can’t Deny Me’ is believed to be the first track from the grunge legend’s forthcoming 11th studio album, which fans will undoubtedly get more of a taste of when the band will be playing at the O2 Arena in London later this year. Below are their official UK dates:

18th June – O2 Arena, London

19th June – O2 Arena, London

International festivals you will be desperate to attend

It’s soon to be festival season all over the globe and after highlighting the top festivals that will be taking place in the UK, we thought it was over do for us to list through some of the most exciting festivals taking place all over the world.

Warning: You may get jealous and want to save all your money to attend one of these after you read. Continue on at your own risk!

Sziget – Budapest, Hungary – August 8-15


Line up highlights: Arctic Monkeys, Liam Gallagher, Mumford & Sons and Gogol Bordello

Our first one on our list comes from Hungary, a festival that has a little something for everyone and just looking at the photos it looks like one hell of an experience with plenty of good music on offer such as the returning Arctic Monkeys, Liam Gallagher, Mumford and Sons, Gogol Bordello and so many more names as well as an array of art installations and other entertainment that draw in thousands from across the world, this may not be the only time you hear about Sziget on this page!

Rock Am Ring -Nürburgring, Germany – June 1-3

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Line up highlights: Alexisonfire, Babymetal, Foo Fighters, Enter Shikari and…well most of it really

This is a festival that knows how to put on a bloody good line up with previous headliners include: Rammstein, System of a Down, The Prodigy, Foo Fighters, Slipknot and nearly every year Die Toten Hosen. This year is certainly no different with the line up bursting with huge names such as: Foo Fighters, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Muse, Gorillaz and Avenged Sevenfold just to name a few. This is a festival that makes dream line ups a reality

Novarock – Nickelsdorf, Austria – June 14-17

Line up highlights: Avenged Sevenfold, Iron Maiden, Limp Bizkit, Stone Sour, Parkway Drive

Next up we head to Austria for some pure rock goodness with some truly hard rocking headliners in A7X, Volbeat and Iron Maiden and the rest of the line up is jam packed full of gems that are always worth seeing at any festival. This one almost feels like it’s the Download Festival of Austria.

Wacken Open Air – Wacken, Germany – August 2-4

Line up highlights: Steel Panther, Converge, Hatebreed, In Flames, Judas Priest

One for all the metal heads out there at quite possibly the holy land of metal as Wacken brings together one of the heaviest festivals around. If you can read some of the band name logos then you are destined for this festival.

Sweden Rock Festival – Sölvesborg, Sweden – June 6-9

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Line up highlights: Ozzy Osbourne, Stone Sour, The Darkness, Iron Maiden, Skindred

Well these headliners are a tad special, with Iron Maiden, Ozzy Osbourne and Judas Priest taking up the top spots on this festival, there is a plethora of nostalgia and big tunes coming from each one of these bands, the rest of the line up isn’t too shabby either which includes just about every genre of rock music going.

NOS Alive festival – Lisbon, Portugal – 12-14 July


Line up highlights: Arctic Monkeys, Queens of the Stone Age, Pearl Jam, Jack White

Our next stop on our tour of festivals comes from Lisbon, Portugal and NOS Alive festival, this little treat of a festival brings together such a diverse range of music but the highlights are very much the headline slots with Arctic Monkeys. QOTSA and Pearl Jam all making appearances, this will be a very special few days.

Rock Werchter – Werchter, Belgium – July 5-8

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Line up highlights: Pearl Jam, Jack White, Stereophonics, At the Drive In, Gorillaz

One of the lighter going festivals especially in comparison to a festival like Wacken, this one still packs a punch with the duo of Pearl Jam and Jack White cropping up again and with the likes of QOTSA and Gorillaz also on the line up this is set to be one which will have music for all tastes.

Hellfest Open Air – Clisson, France – June 22-24

Line up highlights: Iron Maiden, Deftones, Parkway Drive, Marilyn Manson, Limp Bizkit

Now to go completely to the other side of the spectrum from Rock Werchter, if you want a spectacle of a metal festival then look no further than Hellfest, a fairly solid line up with Iron Maiden, A7X and Judas Priest headlining the festival also boasts over 150 more bands so you are more than likely going to discover something new at this one.

Warped Tour – Japan and America – March – August


Line up TBC

We would be remiss if we didn’t include one of the biggest travelling festivals on the planet and sadly, this year will be the last Warped ever. This is one, growing up you would dream of going to one day, especially if you lived outside of America. It would often include some of the best Pop-punk bands going and i’m sure whenever they announce this year’s last tour line up it will be special. This is one travelling festival that will be missed.

So, there you have it, some of the biggest festivals around the globe right now, i’m sure we have missed some off that deserve to be on this list but for now, this will do.