Music news round up: w/e 2 June
Elsie has unveiled an interactive video for her new track 'London Town', which will be playing at TopShop stores throughout the summer. The track uses a riff from Dandy Livingstone and you can check out the video below, which gives you options to decide what Elsie does to become famous, taking a swipe at celebrity culture in the process.
Rebecca Ferguson has announced that she will be headlining one night of the iTunes Festival on September 16th at The Roundhouse, London. To apply for free tickets, visit www.itunesfestival.com.
With their new album Raining Rock out this Monday (4th) through Spinefarm Records, Jettblack have announced a full UK headline tour for October. Tickets are on sale now and full details are as follows:
10: ANDOVER, The George
11: LONDON, Underworld
12: SOUTHAMPTON, Joiners
13: CARDIFF, Bogiez
14: NOTTINGHAM, Rock City
16: YORK, The Stereo
17: NEWCASTLE, Trillians
18: BELFAST, Voodoo
19: DUBLIN, The Pint
20: LIVERPOOL, Zanzibar
21: WOLVERHAMPTON, Slade Rooms
Saint Saviour has released the official video to her new single 'I Call This Home', out June 24th through Surface Area. Check it out below.
'Works Better On Paper' will be the new single released by Tyneside five-piece Let's Buy Happiness, out June 11th via Ghost Arc Records. The band are set to play festivals, including The Magic Loungeabout and Bushstock, over summer and to get you in the mood, listen to 'Works Better On Paper' below.
Pure Love have unveiled the video to their debut single 'Handsome Devils Club', out on July 23rd. Check it out below.