The saying goes there's no point crying over spilt milk, but what can be said about Hot Milk? Epic shows, exciting releases, future projects and leather pants stick out to us.
The Barrowland Ballroom is in the hearts of many as a staple within the Scottish music scene, holding its reputation as truly iconic for decades. A venue this iconic was worthy of the incredible line-up of Neck Deep, Wargasm, Higher Power and happydaze.
2022 may be quick with throwing a curveball, but The Blinders have been even quicker. With a brand new line-up and stunning sound, 'Electric Kool-Aid (Part 1)' was released in January of this year and it is phenomenal. The five-track EP marks the start of something new and it's left fans hungry for more. However, with so much change comes even more questions like 'What's next?' or "What is Electric Kool-Aid?' Here at Bring The Noise UK, we've got the answers. We sat with vocalist, Thomas Haywood, and bassist, Charlie McGough, to catch up and see what's on the cards for 2022.
Bringing them back to Glasgow after their seventh studio album 'Motorheart', The Darkness took to the iconic Barrowlands Ballroom stage in what you could call a ballroom blitz!
After teasing fans with singles, 'Weighted', 'Pixelated' and 'Holywater', Volumes could just be the masters of anticipation. Their latest release 'Happier?' has cut the cord of a four-year long drip-feed since their last album 'Different Animals', which debuted in 2017. With major changes to the Los Angeles band since then, will 'Happier?' bring a certain nostalgia or a new beginning?