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Music news round up: w/e 20 April

Noah And The Whale have announced that their upcoming A Month Of Sundays tour will be accompanied by one-off screenings of Charlie Fink's new short film Heart Of Nowhere. The shows, which take place at London's Palace Theatre and start on April 28th, will feature an intimate stripped back set, a cinema screening of Heart Of Nowhere and a fully live set, with special guests. Tickets are still available for selected dates, with full details as follows:

A MONTH OF SUNDAYS (a night of music and film) at the London Palace Theatre:

Sunday, 28th April
Sunday, 05th May
Sunday, 12th May
Sunday, 19th May

Also appearing:

01/05 –De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill on Sea
04/05 – Warwick Arts Centre
13/05 – Opera House, Manchester


Misty Miller has unveiled new track 'Next To You', the second to be taken from her upcoming EP of the same name, out on May 19th. Listen to the track, and the previous release 'Anything For You' below.


'Start To Run' will be the second single released by Dexters, out May 27th through Acid Jazz Records. The track will be released on download and 7” and will also feature the B-Side ‘Why Seal Your Fate’. Check out the video below.

Live dates (* headline shows)

Fri 3rd Liverpool The Shipping Forecast (Sound City)
Fri 17th Stockton Ku Bar *
Sat 18th Southampton Club Psychedelia, Lennons Nightclub *
Wed 22nd Manchester The Castle *
Thurs 23rd London The Lexington *
Fri 24th Birmingham The Sunflower Lounge *
Sat 25th Leeds The Courthouse *
Sun 26th Doncaster The Leopard *
Thurs 30th St Albans The Horn *

Fri 5th Liverpool X & Y Festival

Fri 9th Leicester Strawberry Field Festival
Sat 10th Newquay Boardmasters Festival


Jimmy Eat World have unveiled new single 'I Will Steal You Back', the first track to be taken from their new studio album Damage, out June 10th through RCA Records.


Fun Adults will release their new double A-side single 'For Water / Peek And Punch' on May 27th through Handsome Dad Records, ahead of a single launch show at London's St Pancras Old Church on May 29th. Listen to 'For Water' below.


June 16th will see the release of London Grammar's new single 'Wasting My Young Years', which follows their debut EP Metal & Dust. Listen to the new track below.

Live dates

Sat 4th Leeds Live at Leeds
Wed 15th London Islington Assembly SOLD OUT
Thurs 16th Brighton St. Bartholomew @ The Great Escape
Fri 24th Manchester Dot to Dot
Sat 25th Bristol Dot to Dot
Sun 26th Nottingham Dot to Dot

Sat 8th Lochness Rockness
Sat 29th Pilton Glastonbury

Sun 21st Dublin Longitude Festival
Sat 27th Kendal Kendal Calling
Sun 28th Huntingdon Secret Garden Party

Fri 2nd Dorset Camp Bestival
Fri 9th Cornbury Wilderness Festival

Fri 6th Isle of Wight Bestival


4AD have announced the signing of SOHN and a single, 'Bloodflows', is being released in June on 12" and as a download.

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