#NewNoise is back once again for another week where we take a look at the latest releases from the week from albums, EPs and Singles
Bullet For My Valentine return with album number six titled ‘Gravity’ after releasing two singles from the album ‘Over it’ and ‘Letting You Go’.
Punk rockers BlackWaters; who we previously covered at Camden Rocks; have released their longest EP to date with 5 tracks titled ‘People Street’.
LA Ska Punkers The Interrupters have released album number three titled ‘Fight the Good Fight’ after releasing lead song ‘She’s Kerosene’.
Check out the last #NewNoise here
Folk rock duo Boxers Jaw from Massachusetts have released their new album ‘Guilt & Shame’.
Brisbane rockers TIRED EYES have officially released their debut EP ‘In Denial, Force a Smile’.
Dublin garage rockers Fangclub have released their latest EP ‘True Love’ their latest EP since the released of their self-titled debut album.
Norwich local Yellowlees (formerly Pedro) has just released his debut single under his new name ‘Blow My Cover‘
New Jersey duo Brick + Mortar have released their third single ‘Question’ which comes off their forthcoming album ‘Meta Meta etc.’
Miles Kane has released the third single ‘Cry On My Guitar’ which comes out ahead of his latest album ‘Coup De Grace’
Tom Lumley has left a nice surprise by releasing new single ‘Crawling’ on all streaming platforms.
Trophy Eyes have released their second single ‘More Like You’ which comes from their upcoming album ‘The American Dream’
Some absolute bangers feature in this week’s Noisy Playlist featuring a little dose of pop punk at the end there just for the sunny weather.
We have feature plenty of the bands we covered at Homegrown Festival last week with massive tunes from Fick As Fieves, Tom Lumley, The Catch and plenty more
We also feature brand new songs from the latest releases by Mike Shinoda, State Champs and more.
We also wanted to include just a couple of tunes from Pop Punk bands that will really make it start to feel like summer with tracks from Belmont and Between You & Me which just needs playing out loud in the sun.
Check out the full playlist here:
We here at This Is Noise are always on the lookout for the biggest and brightest talents across the regions to show off their music and talents, well Homegrown Festival last weekend boasted the best of what East Anglia has to offer and we were in attendance to check out the bands performing and see what the local talent has to offer.
Here is just part 1 of our highlights of the festival at Suffolk Academy in Barrow with us covering a range of bands and artists taking to the stage to show the crowd what they have to offer…
The event opened Friday with hightlights of the night coming from Tom Lumley and his band. Playing his brand of power Indie rock. The new single Sky High was aired in an accomplished and exciting performance by this tight four piece. This is a must-see band who will soon be headlining at the Blue Moon, Cambridge on the 29th June. Tickets are selling fast.
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Influx of Insanity
Oli and Dom two young musicians form a power New Prog band and cite Periphery and Carnival as influences. Their sound is large and powerful for a two piece but the guitar sound is subtly interwoven with jazz licks and grooves that remind you of Soft Machine. An EP is due out very soon. Ones to watch
Alter the Sky
A Cambridge 5 piece heavy rock band playing their own compositions. Helen Johnston’s powerful vocals, supported by driving power riffs and a solid drum line got the small crowd rocking. Another band to announce a new EP, their launch party is being held at the Blue Moon Cambridge on 16th June. The new single ‘Fortune Favours the Bold’ was given a thorough workout.
Friday night was finished off by Heathen. Their set comprising of original compositions and a selection of rock standard covers, kicked off with the Chilli Peppers Dani California. The crowd was up singing and dancing throughout their seamless set enhanced by a lighting rig normally only seen on larger festival stages.
Read part 2 of our Homegrown Festival review here