Lower than Atlantis have announced their support acts for their tour taking place next March to celebrate the release of their fifth album ‘Safe in Sound’. Joining them will be Hands Like Houses, Young Guns and ROAM.
Christmas came early this year, November is just coming to an end and Dallon Weekes has released another Christmas song. ‘Christmas Jambz‘ was my jam last year and I see this being the same. ‘Please Don’t Jump (It’s Christmas) is infectious. Give it a listen:
Youtuber Dodie Clark has recently released her debut EP ‘Intertwined’, featuring some well-loved classics from her channel as well as a few new tunes. I hadn’t heard Dodie Clark’s music before University, where my friend wouldn’t stop playing her. I have fallen in love with these soft, intimate songs and highly recommend grabbing yourself a copy of ‘Intertwined’.
I’ve been listening to Bry for a while now, seeing him open for twenty one pilots at both London shows only made me fall in love more. This debut album has been long awaited by dedicated fans, desperate to have more from this YouTuber, and after joining the lads from twenty one pilots on tour the album was pushed forward – and I couldn’t be happier about it.
Ziety has been popping up on my timeline for a while now, appearing on my SoundCloud playlist, just from seeing what the fans around her have been saying I knew she was great. Surrounded by a core group of loyal and loving fans, recently she’s been finding more and more followers through her genuine and authentic music. We spoke about her musical influences, future goals and having her first single on iTunes.
Australian band Maefire’s first single earned them a sold-out show at The Worker’s Club in Geelong, since then the band have played alongside bands like The Maine and As It Is. Their still-changing rock sound is perfect for fans of The Neighbourhood and The Maine. Guitarist Cameron Eaton sat down to answer my questions; we talk earliest musical memories, future goals and their change in sound.
twenty one pilots’ two nights at Alexandra Palace marked the 3rd and 4th time of seeing them live and they did not disappoint. When empty, the venue itself seemed far too large to fill, but within half an hour the place was packed from wall to wall. People were pressed up against each other, pushing to try and get to the barricade. The band owned these two shows, leaving all those who attended desperately wanting more.
You may recognise this band from BBC Introducing. I caught Glass Foundations opening for Hands Like Houses in Southampton earlier this month and was blown away. I loved the show, I loved the songs and I love this band. This is their debut EP ‘Karma Catalyst’, out today – make sure you give it a listen and go download.
Bry is currently touring with favourites Twenty One Pilots on their European Emotional Roadshow Tour. The rescheduled dates also include new cities like Manchester and Newcastle. He’ll be travelling the UK in February of next year, tickets available on general sale this Friday and pre-sale tomorrow.
Check out the dates below: