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    October 1 July 1 February 3 January 1 Email to a Friend Your Email Your Name To Subject Message Manchester s Folks have announced details of a new single and their debut album set for release this Autumn Say Something is the follow up to Skull Bones which was playlisted at XFM and NME Radio The band has also lined up dates throughout the UK and will support Band of Skulls in November and December Having toured with Miles Kane Noel Gallagher and The View FOLKS have perfected their live shows to an explosive performance which has won over fans up and down the country The band consist of vocalist Scott Anderson guitarists Michael Beasley and Thom Fripp Harry Gumery on bass Wil Akroyd on keyboards and drummer Elliot Barlow The album I SEE CATHEDRALS produced by Luther Russell was recorded in the US and contains 12 tracks and two bonus mixes Stretching from 60 s psychedelia to modern day sounds their influences are laid bare but come together to make a 2012 take on guitar pop Two additional tracks have also been mixed by Ruadhri Cushnan who has worked with Macabees Ed Sheeran Mumford and Sons and Dry The River 1st October I See Cathedrals new album 8th October Say Something new single 5 September BIRMINGHAM Yardbird 7 September PRESTON The Mad Ferret 8 September STOKE ON TRENT The Sugarmill 10 September LONDON Dublin Castle 8pm 11 September LONDON Buffalo Bar acoustic 10pm 12 September LONDON Water Rats 8 15pm 13 September YORK Stereo 14 September NEWCASTLE Cluny 2 22 September SOWERBY BRIDGE Puzzle Hall Inn 23 September SUNDERLAND Split Festival 1 October LONDON Barfly 11 October CHESTER Compass 12 October STOCKTON ON TEES Compass With Band of Skulls 27 November GLASGOW ABC 28 November NEWCASTLE Digital 29 November

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    Email Your Name To Subject Message Following a summer of festival appearances including this year s Reading Leeds The Cribs have announced details of their upcoming Autumn tour The band who released their fifth album In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull this year celebrate their ten year anniversary later this year and have just announced details of a new single Anna which is accompanied by a unique collaboration with artist Martin Creed Work 1431 is the new work by Turner Prize winning artist and musician Martin Creed Equally it is the new music video for cult rock band The Cribs single Anna It features intimate photographs taken by the band jolting in and out of rhythm with the music quick enough to recognise but not quite enough to see them fully The stripped down deadpan minimalism is typical of Creed s style and fits in with the full on heartfelt directness of The Cribs Both born in Wakefield they were mutual fans of each other before meeting last year when The Cribs invited Creed and his band to support them on their UK tour The exclusive world premiere of Work 1431 will be on Monday 3rd September on Vevo The Cribs will hit the road in October November with shows as follows October 19th Cardiff SWN Festival 02920 230 130 20th London HMV Forum 0844 847 2405 23rd Oxford 02 Academy 0844 477 2000 24th Norwich Waterfront 01603 508 050 25th Liverpool O2 Academy 0844 477 2000 26th Manchester Apollo 0844 4777677 28th Edinburgh Haddow Festival 0844 847 1740 29th Newcastle O2 Academy 0844 477 2000 30th Sheffield O2 Academy 0844 477 2000 November 1st Leicester 02 Academy 0844 477 2000 2nd Hull University 01482 466 264 3rd York Barbican 0844 854 2757 5th Leamington Spa Assembly Rooms 0844

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    February 6 January 5 2011 December 2 November 3 October 3 September 6 August 5 July 2 June 11 May 6 April 4 March 8 February 2 January 4 2010 December 6 November 10 October 5 September 10 August 6 July 2 June 3 May 3 April 7 March 8 February 4 January 6 2009 December 4 November 9 October 6 September 9 August 5 July 5 June 10 May 7 April 4 March 2 February 2 2008 November 3 October 1 July 1 February 3 January 1 Email to a Friend Your Email Your Name To Subject Message Having participated at the London Olympics 2012 closing ceremony with a version of The Who s Pinball Wizard and the recent release of their Souvenir The Singles 2004 2012 alongside completing their biggest tour of the US to date Kaiser Chiefs are pleased to announce news of a UK tour early in 2013 February 11th Carlisle Sands 01228633766 12th Glasgow Barrowland 08444999990 14th Dunfermline Alhambra 08444999990 15th Manchester O2 Apollo 08444777677 16th Bridlington Spa 01228 633766 18th Newcastle O2 Academy 08444772000 19th Preston Guild Hall 01772258858 21st Cheltenham Racecourse 08448110051 22nd Wolverhampton Civic 08703207000 23rd Exeter Great Hall 01392667080 25th Southampton Guild Hall 02380632601 26th Margate Winter Gardens 01843296111 27th Cambridge Corn Exchange 01223357851 March 1st London Brixton Academy 08444772000 Tickets are available from venue box office numbers and online via www gigsandtours com www gigsinscotland com Tickets are priced at 25 00 regionally 27 50 London stbf and will go on sale for all venues at 9am Wednesday 29th August 2012 www kaiserchiefs com http www hallornothing com index php kaiser chiefs announce 2013 uk tour Recent stories 28 January 2016 Fatherson unveil new single Lost Little Boys and album details 07 December 2015 More dates for Manics Everything Must

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    February 2 January 4 2010 December 6 November 10 October 5 September 10 August 6 July 2 June 3 May 3 April 7 March 8 February 4 January 6 2009 December 4 November 9 October 6 September 9 August 5 July 5 June 10 May 7 April 4 March 2 February 2 2008 November 3 October 1 July 1 February 3 January 1 Email to a Friend Your Email Your Name To Subject Message Following their triumphant performances at last weekend s Reading Leeds Festivals The Courteeners have announced details of a huge homecoming show at the 15 000 capacity Manchester Evening News Arena Taking place on Friday 7th December the performance promises a selection of new tracks from the band s forthcoming studio album due for release in January 2013 alongside classics from St Jude and Falcon Returning to Manchester for a Christmas bash has been a fixture in the bands calendar since 2009 and has seen them perform to over 35 000 fans over the years Singer songwriter Liam Fray is clearly excited about the bands return in 2012 We are delighted to be coming back to the city The Manchester Arena holds amazing memories for us and we cannot wait to create a whole host of new ones on what will be a very special night Come join the party for the beginning of our most exciting chapter yet See you down the front Support comes from Scottish indie rockers The View Friday 7th December 2012 The Courteeners Manchester MEN Arena Tickets go on sale on Friday 31st August at 9am priced 23 50 and 15 subject to booking fee and are available via www gigsandtours com and www ticketmaster co uk http www hallornothing com index php the courteeners announce december homecoming show at manchester arena

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    Happy Birthday to his mum The amazing set culminated in a stunning firework display sending everybody home singing along to the hits Leeds festival goers were bouncing along to Kasabian s rousing anthems the band playing their first Main Stage headliner appearances at the festivals and proving their worthiness for this slot a thousand times over Giving the legions of fans hit after hit as well as snatches of songs from The Korgi s Fatboy Slim and The Beatles they also dedicated a song to Neil Armstrong when the moon shone down on the packed field On playing in the city of Leeds for the first time since 1985 Robert Smith of The Cure greeted the crowd saying Hello again It s been a while and launched into a 33 song set including many sing a long hits The Cribs frontman Ryan Jarman couldn t decide if the Reading or Leeds crowd was better before settling on the fact they were both so great he didn t care declaring we ve played pretty much every festival in the world this past decade and you re still the greatest The band also proceeded to throw all their equipment into the audience at the end of the Reading show which the BBC caught on camera as part of their extensive coverage over the weekend On the BBC Introducing Stage Alt J Jake Bugg and Two Door Cinema Club made surprise appearances and BBC3 presenter Fearne Cotton pronounced she wished the festival could be on every weekend With SO many highlights a few to note include US megastars Green Day making a surprise appearance at 11am on the NME Radio 1 Stage in Reading the triumphant return of At The Drive In late night entertainment with the SilentArena top comedy performances from the likes of Reginald D Hunter Lee Nelson and Stephen K Amos free breakfast baps and drinks each day for weekend ticket holders and grand opening ceremonies at the Arena Entrances by the elected Lord and Lady Mayors Curtis Ross Cullum and Charlotte St Aubyn 2012 will be remembered as an incredible year for the festival Overall the festivals saw Reading sell out at increased capacity of 90 000 countless amazing bands playing their hearts out no matter whether they were appearing for the first time or veterans returning to the biggest twin site festival in Europe and everybody went home elated after having the best fun to be found on the bank holiday weekend Reflecting on the weekend Melvin Benn Managing Director of Festival Republic said This was one of the best years yet for the festivals bigger Main Stages new logos great weather overall legendary performances and a few surprises along the way The Foo Fighters had a lot of love from the crowd Robert Smith sounded as good today as his last time at the festival in 1979 and Kasabian proved they were more than ready to step up to headline I d also like to say a

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    January 1 Email to a Friend Your Email Your Name To Subject Message Taken from Choice of Weapon their most successful album in a decade The CULT release the opening track Honey From A Knife on 17th September 2012 They also land in the UK for some long awaited live dates where fans can get their first chance to hear songs from the new disc alongside classics from the bands stellar back catalogue The group have spent the summer spinning around the US and Europe on tour including a near miss bus accident in Croatia which has seen them win over old fans and new The Hollywood Reporter proclaimed the band had returned with a vengeance and described Astbury as a menacing tyrant of cool The album received fantastic reviews and went top 20 in the UK Shot in NYC by Rick Rogers Prelude To Ruins in a highly cinematic style the film For Honey From A Knife reveals a desperate descent into a fractured psyche Ian Astbury the song title was inspired by the Buddhist precept Wealth and beauty to a man who will not relinquish them are like a knife covered with honey which even before he has had the pleasure of eating the honey cuts the tongue of the child that licks it The song rooted in the seductiveness of addiction has been singled out in numerous reviews for its raw energy and hypnotic chorus The video can be seen here http bit ly theculthoney Founder members Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy are joined by drummer John Tempesta and bassist Chris Wyse and the dates kick off on the 10th Manchester with a show at Glasgow Barrowlands having been added to the schedule recently 10 September MANCHESTER O2 Apollo 11 September NEWCASTLE O2 Academy 12 September SHEFFIELD

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    6 November 10 October 5 September 10 August 6 July 2 June 3 May 3 April 7 March 8 February 4 January 6 2009 December 4 November 9 October 6 September 9 August 5 July 5 June 10 May 7 April 4 March 2 February 2 2008 November 3 October 1 July 1 February 3 January 1 Email to a Friend Your Email Your Name To Subject Message Having teamed up once again with player producer Ethan Johns on his recently released and highly acclaimed Spirit In The Room album Tom Jones has announced news of a new single set for release in the twilight of the British summer I Want To Come Home originally written and recorded by Paul McCartney in 2009 receives a soulful and heartfelt working from Tom that as one critic was moved to say emerges as a late career high for both him and McCartney Accompanied by Johns on guitar Richard Causon on harmonium piano and Warpaint s Stella Mozgawa guesting on percussion I Want To Come Home is the third in a triumvirate of tracks to be taken from the album revealing the artist to be in fine form and suggesting that in the context of his long and legacy laden career the best might be yet to come Following his recent showing at this year s Bluefest and armed with both Spirit In The Room and it s predecessor 2010 s Praise Blame Sir Tom will be appearing throughout the latter stages of summer including Radio 2 s Hyde Park extravaganza with appearances as follows 18th August Weston Park Staffs V Festival 19th August Hylands Park Chelmsford V Festival 24th August Belfast Belsonic Festival 25th August Dublin Marlay Park 9th September Hyde Park London Radio 2 Live http www hallornothing com index php

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    6 July 2 June 3 May 3 April 7 March 8 February 4 January 6 2009 December 4 November 9 October 6 September 9 August 5 July 5 June 10 May 7 April 4 March 2 February 2 2008 November 3 October 1 July 1 February 3 January 1 Email to a Friend Your Email Your Name To Subject Message The Crookes look set to undertake their biggest UK tour to date when the head out in their trusty tour van this Autumn The band who released their second album Hold Fast earlier this year have spent the summer playing both here and in Europe at various festivals and seem determined to rack up the mileage on these dates culminating with a show in their adopted hometown at Sheffield s The Leadmill November 1st Southampton The Cellar 2nd Stoke Sugarmill 3rd Nottingham Bodega 4th Brighton Green Door Store 5th Cardiff Buffalo 6th Bristol Start The Bus 7th London The Lexington 9th Derby The Vic 10th Leeds The Cockpit 12th Manchester Sound Control 13th York Fibbers 14th Newcastle Cluny 2 15th Glasgow King Tuts 16th Leicester Bar Academy 17th Birmingham Sunflower Lounge 18th Darlington The Hub 24th Sheffield The Leadmill www

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