Being compared to the headliners of Warped Tour UK is something every band should take in their stride. We spoke to Will and Ben from Max Raptor before their performance at this years Vans Warped Tour UK. If you want a serious interview, this isn’t going to be it.
Coming straight from their debut album launch the previous night, We Are Fiction were certainly looking like happy chappies when we caught up with them at Warped Tour UK. We got all the details on their brand new album and discovered that Boys II Men are their ideal tour partners.
Their second album Take Courage was released just over a month ago and they’ve spent their year touring most parts of the country. We caught up with Benny and Adam from The First at Warped Tour UK to talk about the album and who’d like to have a bath with Kelly Brook.
Jim Lockey and the Solemn Sun are a band who are thoroughly deserving of their slot at Warped Tour UK this year, we caught up with Jim and Chris (Phil was too busy making the most of the free sweets in the press room) to get an update on the next album and who they tip for big things.
Warped Tour UK played host to a whole bunch of amazing bands this year. In particular they champion some of the best UK talent out there, one of those bands being The Hype Theory. We spoke to them about growing up as a band and found out how lead singer, Katy Jackson really feels about feminism in the music industry.
Peterborough isn’t the first place that springs to mind when you think of places to discover new music. But bursting out onto the scene are We Are Fiction, who have been quietly working on their debut release for the best part of 2013. They’ve impressed us with their live performances thus far, so can their first full-length step up to the mark?
Vans Warped tour returns to Alexandra Palace once again, to bring hardcore and pop-punkers a like together under one roof. We headed down for the weekend to check out everything from the pro-skaters to the pro-moshers. Who did we think nailed their performances this year? Read on and find out.
It’s been a decade since Funeral for a Friend made their mark on the emotive hardcore scene, with their debut EP release, Between Order and Model. Now they’ve remastered, tweaked and re-released that very EP to take us back to the start and remind us why we all fell in love with the band in the first place.