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The Undertones + Hugh Conwell Live At The HMV Empire

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THE UNDERTONES PLUS SPECIAL GUEST HUGH CORNWELL ANNOUNCE COVENTRY SHOW - SATURDAY 4TH JUNE

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THE UNDERTONES have confirmed a live show at Coventry's HMV Empire on Saturday 4th June 2022 with support from Hugh Cornwell.

The Undertones emerged from Derry in 1976, the result of five friends (John O'Neill, Damian O'Neill, Fergal Sharkey, Billy Doherty and Michael Bradley) learning how to play basic rock and roll.

Even by the standards of that decade Derry was not the rock and roll capital of anywhere. With no live bands worth watching, they learned by listening to mail order records, reading one of the few copies of NME that made it to Derry but most of all from listening to John Peel's wonderful show on BBC Radio One. Practicing in their bedrooms eventually led to the band recording John O'Neill's ‘Teenage Kicks' in 1978 on Terri Hooley's Good Vibrations label in Belfast. The legendary DJ John Peel received a copy and liked it so much he played it twice in a row on his radio show.

The Undertones signed with Sire Records and ‘Teenage Kicks' was re-released, resulting in the band's first appearance on Top Of The Pops. Over the next five years, John O Neill, crafted further pop gems such as `Here Comes The Summer`, ‘Jimmy Jimmy`, `You've Got My Number (Why Don't You Use It)' and ‘Wednesday Week' whilst Damian O'Neill and Michael Bradley contributed ‘My Perfect Cousin. They also recorded four highly acclaimed LPs. Indeed, they almost enjoyed the life of professional musicians. In 1983 Feargal Sharkey left the band to pursue a solo career and the remaining members decided to call it a day. The Undertones were to remain silent for the next sixteen years.

In 1999 The Undertones reconvened, without Fergal Sharkey, to once again perform their two-minute, three and a half chord songs to a new generation of fans in Derry. Fellow Derryman Paul McLoone replaced Sharkey on vocals and his vocal prowess and electric onstage presence soon convinced any doubters that he was more than capable of doing the job.

After much consideration the band released an LP of new songs called `Get What You Need', which was critically acclaimed by Q magazine, Uncut, Rolling Stone and Hot Press. Songs like ‘Thrill Me', ‘I Need Your Love The Way It Used To Be' and ‘Everything But You' showed that the art of writing short, sharp songs had not been lost over the previous two decades.

In 2003 ‘Thrill Me' was released as a limited edition 7" vinyl single and found its way to John Peel's turntable. He introduced it on his show commenting, "And these are words I thought I would never be saying on radio again, a new single from The Undertones". He liked it so much he played it twice, just as he did with ‘Teenage Kicks' in 1978.

The band marked Record Store Day 2013 with a 7" vinyl only release, recorded in the famous Toe Rag studio in London. A return to their punk roots, 'Much Too Late' sold out the 1,000 copies before the day was out.

In 2016 the Band released vinyl remasters of their first two LPs; ‘The Undertones – The Undertones' and ‘The Undertones – Hypnotised' along with a 7" vinyl remix of the 1979 single ‘Get Over You'. Remixed by Kevin Shields (My Bloody Valentine/Primal Scream). Michael Bradley also published his book Teenage Kicks: My Life As An Undertone'.

2018 marked the 40th Anniversary of the release of their most influential and famous song, 'Teenage Kicks'. On 21st April for Record Store Day 2018 the band released a Vinyl Singles Box Set containing the 13 x 7" original Undertones singles from the classic early period: 1978-1983.

Live The Undertones present a glorious set of classic tracks taken from what are considered by many fans and critics to be some of the best punk albums of all time, adding to them a whole bucketful of their iconic guitar pop hits & anthems.

Their show in Coventry this June will see the band joined by Hugh Cornwell. ‘Golden Brown', ‘Strange Little Girl', ‘Always the Sun', ‘Peaches', ‘No More Heroes', ‘Nice & Sleazy.'.. sound familiar? All big hits, all great songs, all written and sung by Hugh Cornwell — the songwriter behind The Stranglers. Expect a mix of prime solo songs and iconic Stranglers hits, sung and played by the man himself and his band.

THE UNDERTONES PLUS SPECIAL GUEST HUGH CORNWELL ANNOUNCE COVENTRY SHOW ON JUNE 4TH 2022

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'AMBER RUN UNPLUGGED' at The Assembly

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AMBER RUN have announced an acoustic live show ‘AMBER RUN UNPLUGGED' at The Assembly, Leamington Spa on 10th May 2022 

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Amber Run are British indie three-piece Joe Keogh (Vocal/Guitar), Tomas Sperring (Bass), and Henry Wyeth (Keyboardist), who deliver cinematic pop with a moody and introspective tone. They have amassed a dedicated fanbase with over 800 million streams, a US platinum single and sold-out world tours, as well as critical acclaim from the likes of The Guardian, Billboard and Q Magazine.

The band met at the University of Nottingham and within their first year together self-released their debut 'Noah' EP, performing at Reading & Leeds Festival in August 2013. Their first album ‘5AM', produced by Mike Crossey (Arctic Monkeys, The 1975, Foals, Two Door Cinema Club), broke the UK top 40 in 2015.

They returned in 2017 with second album ‘For A Moment, I Was Lost'; sold out headline UK and European tours and sound tracking Meghan Markle's final appearance in the US drama ‘Suits', before following up with ‘The Assembly' EP in 2018. 

‘Philophobia' was the band's third album released in 2019 and accompanied by a sold out world tour spanning the UK, Europe and North America, including performances at London's iconic Roundhouse and New York's Music Hall of Williamsburg.

2022 sees the band release their second EP, following 2021's ‘The Search (Act I)'. ‘The Start (Act II)'' continues the band's documentation of their experiences of quarter-life crisis and becoming an adult; tackling issues of love, loss and loneliness. 

To coincide with the release, the band will bring their acclaimed acoustic live show ‘Amber Run Unplugged' to Leamington Spa on 10th May 2022. Showcasing the bands beloved discography, and giving a sneak peek as to what's next, the gig will be one that celebrates the bands impressive skill set, and impressive run thus far as they head into 2022 with more to offer than ever before.

'AMBER RUN UNPLUGGED' - The Assembly, Leamington Spa, 10TH MAY 2022

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ROXANNE DE BASTION - 'You & Me, We Are The Same' UK Tour

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ROXANNE DE BASTION SHARES RESCHEDULED DATES AHEAD OF 'YOU & ME, WE ARE THE SAME' UK TOUR
+ WATCH BERNARD BUTLER & ROXANNE DE BASTION DISCUSS ‘YOU & ME, WE ARE THE SAME' VIA YOUTUBE
+ STREAM ALBUM VIA SPOTIFY

"Roxanne de Bastion works with a rare degree of assurance. The songwriter has a potent and refined aesthetic, matching slight gothic tinges to some late 60s flourishes." - Clash

"I've been listening with a great deal of interest to Roxanne de Bastion...Beautiful. There's quite a few good things on this record." – Iggy Pop (BBC 6 Music)

Roxanne de Bastion has postponed her UK-wide ‘You & Me, We Are The Same' Tour due to ill-health. The tour, consisting of 10 dates including a hometown show at London's The Lexington, will now take place in early June 2022.

Celebrating her critically acclaimed album ‘You & Me, We Are The Same' released last year, Roxanne de Bastion will be joined by Zoe Konez and special guests. 

Speaking of the decision to postpone the tour, Roxanne says: 
"Due to ill health I've had to make the very difficult decision to move my upcoming tour dates. I am devastated to have to do this but luckily we were able to move the bulk of the shows to early June and if you have purchased tickets these will of course remain valid for the new date (please note some of the venues have changed due to availability). Unfortunately, we weren't able to reschedule the shows in Leicester, Newcastle, Hull, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Exeter for June. If you have tickets for those shows, you will of course be able to get a refund at point of purchase. I will do my very best to make up for those shows later in the year. I'm resting up and cannot tell you how much I'm looking forward to seeing you all soon - I promise to make the shows worth the wait!"

ROXANNE DE BASTION – ‘YOU & ME, WE ARE THE SAME' TOUR 2022:

  • 4th June: Tiny Rebel, Cardiff
  • 6th June: Blue Moon, Cambridge
  • 7th June: Tin Music & Arts, Coventry
  • 8th June: The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge 
  • 9th June: Leaf, Liverpool
  • 10th June: The Castle, Manchester
  • 11th June: Crofters Rights, Bristol
  • 12th June: The Brook, Southampton
  • 14th June: The Horn, St Albans
  • 15th June: The Lexington, London

Tickets available from Roxanne de Bastion's website

The tour follows an exceptional year for the rising artist, which saw Roxanne de Bastion's second album ‘You & Me, We Are The Same' garner huge radio support from the likes of Iggy Pop, Steve Lamacq and Chris Hawkins (BBC 6 Music), Tom Robinson (BBC Introducing), Gary Crowley (BBC London) and the late Janice Long who interviewed de Bastion for BBC Wales. At press The Observer compared her album to the late Beatles, with the likes of Clash describing de Bastion as processing "A rare degree of assurance."

In what felt like a befitting end to 2021, Roxanne de Bastion was invited in November to support Bernard Butler on his UK dates, preceded by her mini tour of legendary record stores across the UK, for intimate album showcases and vinyl signing for fans.

‘You & Me, We Are The Same' is out now and available digitally + on vinyl via Nomad Songs (RoM).

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Theatre Of Hate - ‘A Thing Of Beauty Tour'

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THEATRE OF HATE ANNOUCE ‘A THING OF BEAUTY TOUR' - DECEMBER 2021 - TICKETS HERE

In 1980, Kirk Brandon formed Theatre Of Hate from the ashes of heralded punk band The Pack.  Joining Kirk on vocals were notable punk musicians Stan Stammers and Luke Rendall, along with old school friend, Steve Guthrie and Canadian born John "Boy" Lennard, who revolutionised the band's sound with his haunting sax lines.

Theatre Of Hate's debut double-A-side single, "Legion"/"Original Sin", topped the independent chart in 1980, and "Westworld", their debut album, produced by Mick Jones from The Clash and released in 1982, held the number one position for 21 weeks.  The single taken from the album, "Do You Believe In The Westworld?" has become an anthem and is still widely played in clubs and on international radio, as well as featuring on numerous compilation albums.

Supporting the likes of The Clash & Ian Dury lead to Theatre Of Hate headlining major venues across the UK & Northern Europe.

Theatre Of Hate imploded in 1982, with Kirk taking Stan forward to form Spear Of Destiny, but the band has resurfaced over the years to play some very special shows.

Having been asked by John Curd to join The Damned for a massive show at London's infamous Roundhouse in December 2014 the band once again joined the fray. A short set of dates around the London anchor show attracted rave reviews, as did a 6 night night SOLD OUT run in December 2014. (See reviews below.)

2015 saw the band play two short jaunts across the UK in April and December both sets of dates wowed large crowds.

During touring in 2014 and 2015 the band constantly recorded at Oxygen Studios in Manchester, the first new studio album in 30+ years is now complete and released via a private pledge! 'Kinshi' was released on October 14th 2016 on CD, Vinyl, Download & Dub to pledgers. The 12 brand new songs are simply stunning.  2018 is looking like a very busy year with the album getting labels releases in Europe & the USA. Shows in the UK, Europe and the USA are already on sale.

Kirk, Stan and John will be joined by current Spear Of Destiny band member Adrian Portas (New Model Army) on guitar and Chris Bell(Hugh Cornwall) on drums to pay homage to the iconic TOH sound.

 

THEATRE OF HATE  - ‘A THING OF BEAUTY TOUR' - DECEMBER 2021

  • 8th- Fleece, Bristol
  • 9th- The Joiners, Southampton
  • 10th- Brudenell Social, Leeds
  • 11th- King George's Hall, Blackburn
  • 12th- Queens Hall, Nuneaton
  • 15th- Yardbirds, Grimsby
  • 16th- Georgian Theatre, Stockton
  • 17th- O2 Ritz, Manchester
  • 18th- Klub Dod, Stockholm
  • 19th- The Club, London

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Overpass - Debut UK Headline Tour & Single

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Ascending Midlands indie outfit Overpass preview their forthcoming debut UK headline tour with the release of a brand new single, ‘Changes'.

Overpass have built their dedicated fanbase upon a steady stream of praised support slots and seated shows throughout the past twelve months. Playing their first restriction free show to a packed out hometown crowd at Dead Wax, Birmingham; 2021 has seen the band join Lottery Winners & The Snuts on the live scene, setting them up for their very own debut headline tour this coming December.

Signifying a shift in sound for the band, Overpass today share the new single ‘Changes'. A fast-paced, guitar driven cut, it follows the 2020 debut single ‘One Night Lover' and subsequent releases ‘Otherside Of Midnight' and ‘Stop The Clock'. 

The new single pairs the band's youthful energy and boundless drive with a clear knack for anthemic songwriting. Overpass' formidable live energy translates effortlessly into their studio recordings as they learn how to move through stages of transition and change in both themselves, and the relationships which surround them - as the band themselves explain:

"It's a song about how nothing in life is permanent, no matter how hard you try to make it last. It focuses on the fact that you'll have to question yourself on whether the ideals you live with are actually right with you."

With a run of singles in the works for the coming months, the band's upcoming live shows in Sheffield, Manchester, London and Bristol prime the remainder of 2021 as a chance for Overpass to build on the thriving support already established in the Midlands. Setting their sights further afield, they look set to enter 2022 energised, enthused and ready to establish themselves as a key name amongst the rising indie scene.

Live dates:

  • Thursday 4th November - Worcester - Drummonds - (w/ Word Of Mouth)
  • Friday 5th November - Liverpool - Jacaranda
  • Saturday 13th November - Coventry - Kasbah
  • Sunday 5th December - Sheffield - Sidney & Matilda
  • Monday 6th December - Leeds - Oporto
  • Tuesday 7th December - Glasgow - The Poetry Club
  • Wednesday 8th December - Manchester - Gullivers
  • Thursday 9th December - Nottingham - The Chameleon 
  • Friday 11th December - Birmingham - Sonic Wave
  • Wednesday 15th December - Cardiff - The Moon
  • Thursday 16th December - Bristol - Crofters Rights
  • Friday 17th December - Southampton - The Joiners
  • Sunday 19th December - London - The Grace
  • Monday 20th December - Brighton - Hope & Ruin

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Beans on Toast ‘SURVIVAL OF THE FRIENDLIEST'

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Beans on Toast ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM: ‘SURVIVAL OF THE FRIENDLIEST' - OUT 1 DECEMBER 2021, VIA BOT MUSIC

LISTEN TO NEW SINGLE: "A BEAUTIFUL PLACE" - WATCH VIDEO HERE || STREAM HERE

Beans on Toast returns this Winter with a new studio album: ‘Survival of the Friendliest'.

Released on 1st December 2021 via his own BOT Music imprint, it's a record all about hope, positivity and camaraderie that chooses to celebrate the very best of human nature.

Its first single is "A Beautiful Place"; a pastoral folk/rock song that finds an artist blown away by the beauty to be seen in humanity, history and our place in the galaxy. 
 

As Beans says: ""A Beautiful Place" is hopeful, optimistic and downright happy. A celebration of humanity at large, the beauty of the world and the randomness of our existence." he says. "It's fresh, fun and will put a smile across your face."
 

With a smouldering, gently epic sound, "A Beautiful Place" was brought to life by Blaine Harrison of the Mystery Jets, who produced and plays on: ‘Survival of the Friendliest'. 

The song is accompanied by a bespoke lyric video shot on ‘The Street' in Whitstable, Kent (where Beans has come to settle in recent times), which captures a rare natural phenomenon of a pathway leading out into the sea at low tide. Directed by Beans and filmed by old school friend Curtis Walsh; with the spirit of collaboration among friends also happens to be something of a recurrent theme throughout his upcoming album.

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Written early-on in 2021, ‘Survival of the Friendliest' is a direct reaction to the dreariness of those hard Winter months. Sidelining the endless negativity of social media, Beans turned back to nature and began to focus squarely on the brighter-sides and silver-linings of life, from a time when they seemed few and far between. The result is a record that finds the long-established protest singer changing his tune to one of eternal hope and optimism, peace and possibilities.

"I wrote [‘Survival of the Friendliest''] when the bad news was everywhere." remembers Beans. "I switched off social media, looked to nature and zoomed out to write songs about a bigger, longer and stranger story. There are no songs about Brexit, about coronavirus, about climate catastrophe. I'd sung those songs already. I'm not naive to the challenges we face as a species and I'm not ignoring that. But in order to tackle our current predicament, I feel we need to be in a good place mentally and spiritually. This is an album about finding that peace in preparation for the road ahead."
 

Taking its title from ‘Humankind' by modern thinker Rutger Bregman, the book's positive philosophies played a pivotal influence in shaping the course of the record.

"[Bregman] explains why humans are fundamentally good and generally nice, we just get confused and focus on the negatives easily." says Beans. "The title of the album points to the overarching theme, but as you can imagine things deviate a little, it's a Beans on Toast record after all."

With these philosophical notions taking pride of place on the album's widescreen opener "A Beautiful Place", Beans' new record finds optimism in more nuanced places too. Take album centre-piece "The Commons", for example, a traditional folk song that opens a constructive debate on how land ownership reforms could offer some hope and light for the common people of England. Inspired by the Nick Hayes book ‘The Book of Trespass', it led to the blossoming of an unlikely new friendship.

"That book taught me more about England than 40 years of being English" says Beans. "After writing the song I sent it to Nick, went out to visit him and we've become friends. He came by the studio to lay down some banjo and sing on the song."

Elsewhere, ‘Survival of the Friendliest' finds Beans in praise of the natural world and its rejuvenating qualities. From stones on the beach ("Stones") to the geological processes that create them ("Blow Volcano Blow"), seeds of change ("Apples" featuring a poignant spoken word section from Dizraeli) to the spectacles that can bloom from them ("Tree of The Year"); Beans' appreciation for mother nature has never been more vocal.

And there is of course a love song, the head-over-heels charmer: "Let's Get Married Again". Apparently inspired by a flurry of wedding bookings the songwriter took-on in the absence of festivals this Summer, it finds Beans imagining what it would be like to marry his wife Lizzy for the second time. "It's something we're now going to do" he grins.

His first album since his relocation to Kent, ‘Survival of The Friendliest' was recorded around the Summer solstice in the midst of a heatwave, a thunderstorm, a bird song, a glorious sunset and a midnight swim. Written with old friends Blaine Harrison and Jack Flanagan of the Mystery Jets, it's an album that radiates with a genteel style and mellow warmth, reflective of the environment it was created in. With all the tracks laid-down in just under a week, the album was finalised at Big Jelly Studios in Ramsgate, where a cast of revolving musicians including the multi-talented gospel singer Sarah Telman (backing vocals, strings), Rosie Bristow of Holy Moly & The Crackers (accordion), Adriano Rossetti-Bonell (saxophone) and Graham Godfrey (drums) made the magic happen. Speaking about the creative process Beans says: "The record was produced by Blaine, quite possibly the coolest motherf**ker I know. Making this album was an absolute joy, I guess my hope is that if the listener gets a glimpse of that joy then we would have succeeded."

With every fibre made with a little help from his friends, the cover art for the album is by London based painter Georgie Mason, a pal who Beans met at Glastonbury a few years back; whereas its stunning visual accompaniments (to be revealed in due course) were made by old school friend and wildlife photographer: Curt Walsh
 

An album about friendship, about creativity and humanity and about why those three things are important, ‘Survival of the Friendliest' is exactly what the world needs now.

In support of the new album, Beans on Toast will be touring some of the UK's finest independent venues with his brand new live band, which will feature many of the artists who contributed to the record. Split into two runs, tickets go on sale Friday 24th September and support comes from Camden's finest KITTY LIV.

BEANS ON TOAST - TOUR DATES 2021/22

  •  1/12     WHITSTABLE The Playhouse
  •  2/12     CAMBRIDGE Storey's Field Centre 
  •  3/12     COLCHESTER Three Wise Monkeys 
  •  4/12     GUILDFORD Boileroom 
  •  5/12     BEDFORD Esquires
  •  6/12     COVENTRY Kasbah
  •  7/12     ST ALBANS The Horn
  •  8/12     TUNBRIDGE WELLS The Forum 
  •  9/12     BATH Moles
  • 10/12    TRURO The Old Bakery 
  • 11/12    PLYMOUTH  The Junction
  • 12/12    EXETER The Phoenix
  • 13/12    STROUD  Prince Albert
  • 14/12    READING Facebar
  • 15/12    DERBY The Venue
  • 16/12    STOKE  The Sugarmill
  • 17/12    LIVERPOOL Phase One
  • 18/12    LEICESTER Soundhouse
  • 22/02    PORTSMOUTH Wedgewood Rooms
  • 23/02    BRIGHTON Chalk
  • 24/02    NOTTINGHAM Rescue Rooms
  • 25/02    LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
  • 26/02    BARROW Underground Music Society 
  • 27/02    SHEFFIELD The Leadmill
  • 01/03    HULL Social
  • 02/03    EDINBURGH Voodoo Rooms
  • 03/03    GLASGOW Stereo
  • 04/03    MANCHESTER Gorilla
  • 05.03    NEWCASTLE Tyne Bank Brewery
  • 06/03    NORWICH Norwich Arts Centre
  • 08/03    OXFORD The Bullingdon
  • 09/03    BIRMINGHAM Castle & Falcon
  • 10/03    CARDIFF The Globe
  • 11/03    BRISTOL Lost Horizon 
  • 12/03    LONDON Lafayette

Tickets On Sale Now, Here: www.beansontoastmusic.com

 

BEANS ON TOAST - RELEASES HIS NEW ALBUM: ‘SURVIVAL OF THE FRIENDLIEST'

ON 1 DEC 2021, VIA BOT MUSIC

PRE-ORDER THE ALBUM HERE


LISTEN TO NEW SINGLE: "A BEAUTIFUL PLACE" - WATCH VIDEO HERE || STREAM HERE

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