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Music news round up: w/e 6 Oct

'Remember Me' will be the debut single released by Daley, out on November 19th through Levels / Polydor Records / Universal Republic Records. The track, featuring Jessie J, has already gained early spins from BBC Radio 1 as well as being added straight to Choice FM, KISS FM and BBC Radio 1Xtra’s playlists. Listen to it below.


LostAlone will release their new double A-side single 'Vesuvius / Creatures' on November 5th through Graphite Records. The trio are currently touring with Tonight Alive, with an Evanescence support slot set for November. Check out the video for 'Vesuvius' below.


With their new album Don't Panic out on Monday through Hopeless Records, All Time Low have announced a seven-date tour for next February. Tickets are on sale now and full details are as follows:

February 2013:



Mancunian Findlay will release her debut single 'Your Sister / You Gave Me Grace' on November 5th through Joyeux Anniversaire. She plays a single launch show at London's Shacklewell Arms on November 8th, before supporting Jake Bugg on his November UK tour. Check out the video for 'Your Sister' below.


'Kettling' will be the second single taken from Bloc Party's recent album FOUR, out on November 12th through Frenchkiss. Check out the video below.


With their debut album due out next year, Swedish/Australian twins Saint Lou Lou have announced their first ever European tour for November. Tickets are on sale now, with the UK dates as follows:

November 10 - Constellations Festival with Ariel Pink, Kindness, Haim and Hooded Fang - Leeds Met University, United Kingdom
November 12 - Village Underground with El Perro Del Mar: London, United Kingdom
November 13 - Birthdays: London, United Kingdom (headline show)
November 14 - The Soup Kitchen: Manchester, United Kingdom


Valerie June has announced that her debut single 'Workin’ Woman Blues' will be released on November 19th via heavyweight 7” vinyl and digital download. The track, a precursor to her debut album Pushin’ Against A Stone due out in early 2013, was produced by Dan Auerbach and Kevin Augunas and recorded at The Black Key’s Easy Eye Studio in Nashville. Listen to it below.


Boston’s most illustrious masters of heavy music Converge are currently streaming their 8th studio album All We Love We Leave Behind, available October 8th via Epitaph Records (vinyl on Deathwish).

25 November UK London @ Koko
26 November UK Birmingham @ O2 Academy 2
27 November UK Colchester @ Arts Centre
28 November UK Glasgow @ Classic Grand
29 November UK Manchester @ Academy 2
30 November Ireland Dublin @ The Button Factory
1 December UK Brighton @ Concorde 2


Stubborn Heart - aka Luca Santucci & Ben Fitzgerald - set ears buzzing last year with a (then unidentified) white label 12” and followed it up with their current EP Need Someone on Kaya Kaya records. Now signed to One Little Indian, their full length eponymous debut Stubborn Heart will be out on November 5th.

Live dates:
20th October SWN Festival, Cardiff UK
5th November Rough Trade East, London UK
20th November Birthdays, London UK
21st November Trof Fallowfield, Manchester UK 0161 832 1111
22nd November The Art School, Glasgow UK 0141 204 5151
29th November Le Guess Who Festival, Utrecht NETHERLANDS
30th AB Club, Brussels BELGIUM
7th December Midi Winter Festival, Toulon FRANCE


If announcing a new mini-album wasn’t enough, Blitz Kids have just confirmed a fresh set of headline dates in December.

Sun 02/12 YORK, Stereo (16+)
Mon 03/12 COVENTRY, Kasbah (18+) clubnight
Wed 05/12 WREXHAM, Central Station
Thu 06/12 LEICESTER, Cookie Jar
Fri 07/12 NORTHAMPTON, Racehorse
Sat 08/12 BATH, Green Park Tavern
Sun 09/12 SWANSEA, Koopas
Tue 11/12 BRISTOL, Croft
Wed 12/12 LONDON, Last FM presents Hassle Records @ Borderline
Thu 13/12 SOUTHAMPTON, The Cellar (£8, with Mallory Knox & Canterbury)
Fri 14/12 WINDSOR, Day of Last Club @ Firestation
Sat 15/12 STOKE-ON-TRENT, Underground


Hidden People is an apt title for this long-anticipated debut CD from husband-and-wife duo Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman. They have been lynchpins of the UK's burgeoning folk-acoustic revival over the last two decades working with other artists, but are now winning critical praise in their own right. They tour the UK in November as follows:

Sun Nov 4 Exeter Phoenix
Tues Nov 6 Stroud Prince Albert
Wed Nov 7 London Putney Half Moon
Thurs Nov 8 Abingdon Unicorn Theatre
Fri Nov 9 Sheffield Cathedral
Sat Nov 10 Hebden Bridge Trades Club
Sat Nov 10 Newhampton Arts Centre
Sun Nov 11 Bridport Arts Centre
Thurs Nov 15 Brighton Komedia
Fri Nov 16 Maidenhead Norden Farm Center for the Arts
Sat Nov 17 South Petherton David Hall Arts Centre
Mon Nov 19 Wiveliscombe Silver Street Sessions
Fri Nov 23 Southampton Hanger Farm Arts Centre
Sat Nov 24 Frome Rook Lane Arts
Sun Nov 25 Truro Old Grammar School
Tues Nov 27 York National Centre for Early Music
Thurs Nov 29 Bury The Met
Fri Nov 30 Milton Keynes The Stables


The Hickey Underworld will have a new album out on October 29th entitled I'm Under The House, I'm Dying. The band will also be supporting Two Gallants on their UK tour in October / November. You can see the band live with Two Gallants at the following dates:

Thu 25 Dublin, Whelans
Fri 26 Belfast, The Stiff Kitten
Sat 27 Liverpool, Leaf
Sun 28 Newcastle, The Cluny
Mon 29 Leeds, Cockpit
Tue 30 Glasgow, King Tuts
Wed 31 Manchester, Academy 3

Thu 1 Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
Fri 2 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
Sat 3 Bristol, Fleece
Sun 4 Norwich, Arts Centre
Mon 5 Cambridge, Junction 2
Tue 6 London, Electric Ballroom
Wed 14 Hoxton Bar & Kitchen


Arbouretum release their new album, Coming Out of the Fog via Thrill Jockey Records on January 21st and will be playing UK dates in November.

Wed 7th BATH - MOLES CLUB - (w/ The Blood Choir)
Thur 8th BRISTOL - START THE BUS (w/ The Blood Choir)
Fri 9th LONDON – LEXINGTON (special 20th Anniversary Thrill Jockey show with Radian/Alexander Tucker and Kandodo)


With their latest opus RIITIIR released this week, Norwegian prog metal troupe Enslaved have announced a short UK tour for March next year. The dates are as follows:

Thur 14th March Moho, Manchester
Fri 15th March Hammerfest, North Wales
Sat 16th March Button Factory, Dublin
Sun 17th March Limelight 2, Belfast
Tue 19th March Academy, Sheffield
Wed 20th March The Fleece, Bristol
Thur 21st March The Underworld, London

For UK headline dates, tickets are available at or local booking offices and are priced at £15 plus booking fee. For Eire tickets are available on . For Hammerfest see

Last updated: 07/08/2018 00:37:20

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