Music news round-up: Weds 22 May
SD2 Festival is a new event in Brighton for Sunday 29th September. With a base at Stanmer Park, the bill already includes The Wanted and The Saturdays, with more acts to be announced soon.
The festival seeks to be family-friendly, with a 9PM curfew and a free bus back service back to Brighton or park and ride is service available.
Tickets will be £34.00 + booking from the festival website and go on sale this Friday (24th May).
Low will play the following shows in November:
14 Cambridge, Junction
15 Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
16 Sheffield, Queens Social Club
18 Liverpool, Anglican Cathedral
19 Edinburgh, Queens Hall
20 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
21 Norwich, Arts Centre
22/23 Camber Sands, ATP Festival
Icarus Line have confirmed the release of their sixth studio album, Slave Vows for 1st July via Agitated.
01. Dark Circles
02. Don't Let Me Save Your Soul
03. Marathon Man
04. Dead Body
05. No Money Music
06. City Job
07. Laying Down For The Man
08. Rats Ass
A Grave With No Name release new album Whirlpool on Stare Records. The album features guest appearance from Linda Jarvis (Echo Lake), Akiko Matsuura (Comanechi) and Alanna McArdle (Ides).
All-female tribute act Lez Zeppelin play:
13th June - Isle of Wight Big Top (Isle of Wight Festival)
14th June - London The Garage
15th June - Holmfirth Picturedrome
16th June - Wolverhampton The Robin
Guards release their new single, 'I Know It's You' on 8th July. It is taken from their debut album In Guards We Trust out now through Partisan Records.
The Zac Brown Band will play:
Sat 29 June Glastonbury Festival
Sun 30 June Hard Rock Calling - London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Mon 1 July Shepherd’s Bush Empire – London