At the first night of the Give Me The Future tour in Bournemouth, little was known about what to expect from Bastille but all expectations were exceeded.
Two stars ever increasing in brightness, Nova Twins shone with confidence, charisma at their long-awaited hometown headliner.
Leeds had turned out in a sold-out crowd at the Stylus to experience some of the best modern day punk music there is. Find out what happened at the show here.
Fresh off a number one record, headline performances, and an upcoming orchestral gig for Teenage Cancer Trust (sharing a line-up with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Liam Gallagher and The Who), they are a band making moves. On the 16th March, Don Broco took a step back to play an intimate show in Huddersfield, here’s what we thought.
Tonight, Twin Atlantic have been able to take their typically upbeat live set and transport it in an unconventional music environment, where the acoustics bounced off the walls to stunning effect.
Who can make Hells Angel’s switch personalities with restless seven-year-olds who are convinced they’ve been cheated of the rock show they were promised? And what band can play a two and a half hour set whilst being their own support? Halestorm can.
Taking Back Sunday and Alkaline Trio announced their co-headlining short tour last year and emo kids, or adults to be more precise, had been eagerly awaiting it since.
This Lorna Shore show felt like a theatrical display, something plucked out of the West End and shoved into the world of Deathcore.
The Libertines’ fans in London may have been worried as frontman Pete Doherty has battled with respiratory infections that may have prevented him from performing. However, they were treated to an amazing show in the end that went off without a hitch.