post-punk

Black Country, New Road announce Winter & Spring 2021 European Headlining Tour

London and Cambridge’s Black Country, New Road spent the start of 2020 performing a number of sold-out and memorable live shows, including an incendiary headliner at The Village Underground, before beginning work on their as-yet-untitled and much-anticipated debut album.

Today they announce a series of further dates across Europe for 2021 including their biggest London play yet at The Electric Ballroom.

They will be playing the following dates.

European Tour Dates 2021:

The 69 Eyes to stream their 30th anniversary show from Helsinki on June 26th 2020

The 69 Eyes released their apocalyptically titled new album “West End” last fall and started their all year lasting 30th anniversary world tour.

Now they are celebrating their three decades by streaming a live show from Helsinki, Finland on Friday June 26th, 2020, at 20:00 (EET).

The Helsinki Vampires will rock around the world for their fans live on their screens and the ticket link works for four days after. More expensive ticket allows also for a virtual meet & greet with the band.
 

Wolfhounds to release new studio album “Electric Music” on July 3rd 2020

London-based C86 legends Wolfhounds have announced their new album “Electric Music”, set for release on July 3rd, 2020, via A Turntable Friend Records. Ahead of this, they present lead single “Can’t See the Light”, a powerful track that opens fire on side one of the forthcoming record with captivating video by David Janes. Listen to the new track below.

Rewind Festivals rescheduled for Summer 2021

The Rewind Festivals have been postponed until 2021.

Read the official statement:
“We are saddened to announce that Rewind Scotland, Rewind North, and Rewind South will no longer take place in 2020. The health and safety of all Rewinders, the artists, staff and community will always be our top priority, and it became clear that rescheduling the festivals was unavoidable.

ads. to release new studio album “Push” on May 29th 2020

Following their critically acclaimed 2018 album, “Collider”, May 29th, 2020, will see post-punk / noise-rock act Heads. release their third full- length album, “Push”, via Glitterhouse Records.

On “Push”, the three-piece from Berlin and Melbourne continues to evolve their very own blend of noise-rock, post-punk and alternative rock in a sprawling soundscape – an experimental, wild, distinguished, radical and yet still catchy ride.

Destrends release music video for new single “Missing People”

Melbourne-based post punks Destrends have a remarkable way of driving their gritty hooks straight through the core of their listeners. The second single off the band’s “Wasteland” EP, “Missing People”, does just that.

Defined by the well-honed thickness of a three-piece guitar driven band, singer Matt Savage conjures an anecdote of subtle dissonance and hope in equal measure. "Join the land of the Missing People"”.

The Academy Of Sun presents “The Parts That Need Replacing” single and announces new album “The Quiet Earth”

British psychedelic post-punk outfit The Academy Of Sun announce they will be releasing their new album “The Quiet Earth”, an expansive album of breathtaking ambition, in April. Ahead of this, they present the highly dynamic power pop-infused lead single “The Parts That Need Replacing”.