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Music news round up: w/e 13 July

Editors release 'Formaldehyde' on September 2nd on 7" and digital bundle. Both formats feature the title track and an acoustic version of 'A Ton Of Love'.


Japandroids will play the following shows later this month:

14th - Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
16th - Brighton, The Haunt
17th - London, Dingwalls
18th - London, Dingwalls
19th - Southwold, Latitude Festival


Love Inks have premiered the first single ‘Solar Diary’ from their upcoming second album Generation Club, out September 23rd through Austin label Monofonus Press.


Miles Kane has added a Scottish show to his forthcoming UK tour. Miles will play at Glasgow’s Barrowlands on September 30th. The date forms part of the full UK tour in Autumn which includes Miles’ biggest headline show to date at London Brixton Academy on October 11th.

UK dates
Thu 26th PORTSMOUTH, Pyramids
Fri 27th LEEDS, Academy
Sat 28th MANCHESTER, Academy
Mon 30th GLASGOW, Barrowlands

Tue 1st NEWCASTLE, Academy
Thu 3rd NOTTINGHAM, Rock City
Fri 4th BIRMINGHAM, institute
Tue 8th HULL, University
Wed 9th BRISTOL, Academy
Fri 11th LONDON, Brixton Academy

Tickets going on sale next Saturday (20th July) at 10am and are available from

Miles’s new album Don’t Forget Who You Are is out now.


Rizzle Kicks will release their new single 'Lost Generation' on August 26th, a week before their new album Roaring '20s is out. Listen to the track below.


LostAlone have announced an August tour with Fearless Vampire Killers. The 'Seaside Rendezvous' tour will see the trio play four dates across the UK coast, with full details as follows:

August 2013
9th Plymouth White Rabbit
11th Brighton Audio
13th Margate West Coast Bar
14th Bournemouth Sound Circus


'Invisible Empire' will be the next single released from KT Tunstall's fourth studio album Invisible Empire // Crescent Moon. The track, described by Tunstall as being "about creating a reality that is only based on what you want to see, not what’s real", is out on August 19th.

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