Music news round-up: Weds 15th January
British metal outfit Rise To Remain are set to play their first gig since opening the Main Stage at Download Festival last summer. They play London’s Borderline on February 20th. Tickets are £10 and go on sale on Friday 17th January.
Atlas, the new album by Real Estate, arrives through Domino on 3rd March. They play London's Bush Hall on 19th February.
Fat White Family have announced details of the release of a new single 'Touch The Leather'. The single, released on 3rd March on Hate Hate Hate Records, will also feature the track 'Yellow Woman' and be available on limited 7” and download.
Additionally, they continue with their first headline tour of the UK. The full list of dates is as follows:
14th Brighton The Hope
15th Bedford Esquires
16th Oxford Art Bar
17th Sheffield Harley
18th Manchester Gullivers
19th Leeds Belgrave Music Hall
20th Stockton on Tees Georgian Theatre
21st Glasgow Broadcast
22nd Birmingham The Sunflower Lounge
23rd Bristol Start The Bus
24th Nottingham Bodega
25th London Electrowerkz (NME show)
Tokyo Police Club return with a new album, Forcefield, set for release on 24th March through Memphis Industries.
Argentina (Parts I, II, III)
Gonna Be Ready
Through the Wire
Feel the Effect
Steel Panther unleash their third full-length album, All You Can Eat, on 1st April.
Liars release Mess, their new album, on 24th March.
Taking Back Sunday release their new album, Happiness Is, on 18th March 18th via Hopeless Records. It was produced by Marc Jacob Hudson (Saves The Day, The Swellers) and Mike Sapone (Brand New, O’Brother).
Feb. 23rd Kasbah Coventry
Feb. 26th Koko London