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Music news round up: w/e 15 February

Taken from their fourth album Creation (out on June 2nd through Polydor), The Pierces have unveiled 'Believe In Me' for your listening pleasure. The track will be released on an EP of the same name, out on March 31st.


Amber Run will release their new single 'Spark' on April 20th through RCA Victor. The band will embark on their own headline tour in spring, following support dates with Kodaline, with full details as follows:

Fri 14-Mar UK Liverpool The Kazimier
Sat 15-Mar UK Bath Moles
Sun 16-Mar UK Oxford The Cellar
Tue 18-Mar UK Glasgow Barrowlands w/ Kodaline
Wed 19-Mar UK Manchester Manchester Academy w/ Kodaline
Thu 20-Mar UK Birmingham O2 Academy w/ Kodaline
Fri 21-Mar UK London Brixton Academy w/ Kodaline
Sun 23-Mar UK Brighton The Hope
Mon 24-Mar UK Cambridge Portland Arms
Tue 25-Mar UK London Oslo
Wed 26-Mar UK Nottingham The Space at The Contemporary
Sat 29-Mar UK Bristol Thekla (Top Deck)


'Out Of My Head' will be the next single released by John Newman, out on April 7th through Island Records and taken from his debut album Tribute. Newman is up for three BRIT Awards next week.


Nerina Pallot will release her new EP We Should Break Up on February 28th, the second of 12 EPs to be released by Pallot in 2014. The EP will be available in physical and digital formats, and will be followed at the end of the 12 EPs by an album of fan favourites and a whole new album. Listen to the title track below.


Bleech release second album Humble Sky on March 10th. They play:

09 New Inn Par, UK
10 Moles Bath, UK
11 Thekla Bristol, UK
12 The Moon Club Cardiff, UK
15 Portland Arms Cambridge, UK
16 Greystones Sheffield, UK
18 Red Rooms Nottingham, UK
19 Stockton Calling Stockton-On-Tees, UK
24 Korova Liverpool, UK
25 PJ Molloys Dunfermline, UK
26 Tunnels Aberdeen, UK
27 Hootenanny Inverness, UK
29 King Tut's Glasgow, UK
30 Buskers Dundee, UK

01 Think Tank Newcastle, UK


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