The Boy Least Likely To have just posted a new track ‘Follow Your Heart Somewhere’ - the first to emerge from their fifth album which is due in Autumn.
Listen to‘Follow Your Heart Somewhere’ below.
Speaking about the song, the band say: “It’s about getting older and coming to terms with the way your life has turned out, the things you wished you’d done but haven’t and the things you wished you hadn’t done but did. It’s about growing apart from someone you’ve been with for a long time and looking back on the way you were when you started out, wondering where it all went wrong and what’s going to happen next.”
Sunday 16th April – Wales Goes Pop, Cardiff
Monday 24th April – The Lexington, London
The line-up for the first ever Subterranean Festival, a brand new indie and rock festival in the heart of Cambridge which takes place on Saturday 23 September, has just been announced.
Headlining the Underworld stage are Scottish three-piece rock band The Amorettes, PINS will be headlining the Labyrinth stage and rockers Stone Broken are the final headliners of the festival and will be appearing on the Inferno stage.
As well as the headliners, Subterranean also features acoustic performances from InMe lead singer Dave McPherson and rousing rock band Ducking Punches alongside some of the very best Cambridgeshire rock and indie talent from the likes of Hollowstar, Beverley Kills, Sweet Crisis, Seasons, Phoenix Calling , Mammoth Penguins, The Extons, The Baby Seals and Staycations.
Subterranean is an all-day event, aimed at music fans of all ages. The venue will be used in a new creative way with three stages placed inside the venue's main auditorium rotating to provide the very best local talent alongside some national bands from the worlds of rock and indie. The upstairs bar of the venue will become The Lair, featuring the very best in acoustic rock and indie. The event will also have festival shopping area and food.
The Festival has been co-curated by Neil Jones, Operations Director for Cambridge Live, local journalist Jude Clarke and Cambridge 105 presenter Tim Willett.
Speaking about the new Festival, Cambridge Live’s Neil Jones said: “Subterranean is aimed at all ages and offers a great line up from the worlds of indie and rock. Cambridge Live is particularly pleased to be able to offer a platform for so many of the great local bands to play the biggest venue in the city”.
Jude Clarke said: “I'm thrilled with the line-up of brilliant local talent for this first Subterranean Festival. What a great showcase of our area's talent - and alongside some pretty awesome headliners too. Roll on 23rd September!”
Tim Willett said: “It's fantastic that Subterranean is giving local bands the opportunity to perform at one of the city's most prestigious venues alongside exciting up and coming bands from the national scene. The atmosphere will be incredible, I can't wait!”
Subterranean is supported by: Cambridge News, Star Radio, Cambridge 105, Millers Music and Audiolease. Official retail partner: Black Barn Records.
Subterranean Tickets and details are Here
No Joy who recently announced the 'Creep' EP, which will be released on 24th February on the brand new label collective Grey Market, and have now shared the second single from it, "Hellhole" The EP sounds a real change of musical direction for the band, take a listen.
The EP was produced by Jorge Elbrecht, who also appears as a guest musician. The band has U.S. tour dates due including a stop at SXSW.
Feb-21 - Boston, MA - Great Scott
Feb-22 - Providence, RI - Columbus Theater
Feb-23 - Baltimore, MD - Metro Gallery
Feb-24 - Philadelphia, PA - Kung Fu Necktie
Feb-25 - Brooklyn, NY - Sunnyvale
March 16-17 - Austin, TX - SXSW
March 18 - Dallas, TX - Not So Fun Weekend
March 19 - San Antonio, TX - Burger Records Hangover Festival
March 20 - Hot Springs, AR - The Valley of the Vapors Festival
Day Fever, is the first album in four years from 'Dear Reader' (Cherilyn MacNeil) and was recorded over ten days in John Vanderslice’s San Francisco studio.
Already away from home in Berlin, the South African musician’s trek to San Francisco meant a huge adjustment in terms of her recording style. Cherilyn hadn’t explored recording straight to tape previous to this album, which meant digitally correcting small mistakes during production wasn’t an option: "they’d keep a track or erase it - all of it - and start again. It went against everything I felt comfortable with,” Cherilyn says, calling the loss of control "initially terrifying".
'Day Fever' tracklist:
1. Oh, The Sky!
2. Tie Me To The Ground
3. So Pretty So Pathetic
4. Mean Well
5. Wake Him
6. Placate Her
7. If Only
8. I Know You Can Hear It (video)
9. Nothing Melodious
10. Then, Not Now
11. The Run