Broken Social Scene have released their first new song in seven years. Entitled 'Halfway Home,' the new song follows the band’s 2010 album 'Forgiveness Rock Record' and their storming performance at the End of the Road festival last year.
Band members Kevin Drew, Brendan Canning, Justin Peroff, Andrew Whiteman, Charles Spearin, Sam Goldberg, Ariel Engle, Metric’s Emily Haines and Jimmy Shaw, Stars’ Amy Millan and Evan Cranley, David French, and Dave Hodge will be playing the dates below as Broken Social Scene
See Broken Social Scene live:
23/5 - Manchester, United Kingdom - Albert Hall
24/5 - London, United Kingdom - Brixton Academy
26/5 - Neustrelitz, Germany - Immergut Festival
28/5 - Antwerp, Belgium - Trix Club
29/5 - Amsterdam, Netherlands - Paradiso
30/5 - Paris, France – Alhambra
1/6 - Barcelona, Spain - Primavera Sound
4/6 - Toronto, Ontario - Field Trip
24/6 - Pasadena, CA - Arroyo Seco Weekend
5/8 Montreal, Quebec - Osheaga
With the release of their first album in five years, 'VOIDS', Seattle's, Minus The Bear have announced a string of EU/UK dates for June 2017.
The new dates will follow on from a 29-date spring tour across North America, culminating in a hometown Seattle show on 15th April .
Thu 01 Jun - Manchester, Gorilla
Fri 02 Jun - Glasgow, Stereo
Sat 03 Jun - Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
Sun 04 Jun - Newcastle, Riverside
Mon 05 Jun - Nottingham, Bodega
Tue 06 Jun - London, Scala
Thu 08 Jun - Cardiff, The Globe
Fri 09 Jun - Oxford, The Bullingdon
Sat 10 Jun - Brighton, The Haunt
Sun 11 Jun - Southampton, Talking Heads
Mon 12 Jun - Antwerp, Kavka
Tue 13 Jun - Amsterdam, Paradiso Upstairs
Wed 14 Jun - Cologne, MTC
Thu 15 Jun - Prague, Futurum Music Bar
Fri 16 Jun - Berlin, So36
Sat 17 Jun - Mannheim, Maifeld Derby
'VOIDS' is the Seattle band’s sixth full-length album, and first new LP in half a decade. It also marks the band’s return to their original label home, Suicide Squeeze Records, a longtime pillar of Seattle's indie rock scene.
Maximo Park unveil 'What Did We Do To Deserve This' as the next track to be released from their forthcoming album 'Risk To Exist.' which is released on 21st April.
You can pre-order the album digitally and receive two tracks instantly here
UK Tour Dates
Fri 5th May Birmingham O2 Institute 1
Sat 6th May Newcastle O2 Academy
Mon 8th May Aberdeen Lemon Tree
Tue 9th May Glasgow O2 ABC
Wed 10th May Sheffield Leadmill
Fri 12th May London Royal Festival Hall
Sat May 13 Bexhill De La Warr Pavillion
Mon 15th May Cambridge Junction
Tue 16th May Cardiff Tramshed
Wed 17th May Falmouth Princess Pavillion
Fri 19th May Manchester Albert Hall (10pm curfew)
Maximo Park are Paul Smith (vocals), Duncan Lloyd (guitar), Lukas Wooller (keyboards) and Tom English (drums).
Looks a lot of fun creating a little 'roadside rom-com' for Emily Barker's new song 'Sunrise'.
"Sunrise’is about a romantic road trip" and was recorded in Memphis at Sam Phillips Recording Service with Matt Ross-Spang at the helm as producer and Memphis musicians: Dave Smith (bass), David Cousar (electric guitar), Steve Potts (drums) and Rick Steff (keys). "We recorded live and direct to tape".
New album 'Sweet Kind of Blue' is due out on 19th May and can be pre-ordered here