Fontaines D.C. announce interactive livestream show ahead of Edinburgh gig

Fontaines D.C. announce interactive livestream show ahead of Edinburgh gig

Dublin post-punks Fontaines D.C. will give fans a glimpse of what they can expect from the band’s May 2021 visit to Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange during an interactive live-streamed event next week. Returning to the scene of their biggest sold-out London headline show to date, the virtual gig will take place on November 23 at 8.30pm from the O2 Academy Brixton. Fans around the globe will be able to experience the performance from the iconic London…

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Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark to visit Edinburgh on massive UK tour

Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark to visit Edinburgh on massive UK tour

British synth-pop legends OMD (Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark) have announced a 15-date UK arena tour scheduled throughout November next year – and it includes a visit to Edinburgh’s Usher Hall. The tour – which will see the band perform songs from their iconic album Architecture & Morality, plus many more hits from their legendary back catalogue – will also stop off at Glasgow’s 02 Academy. OMD’s Andy McCluskey said: “After purgatory without the oxygen…

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Louise Rutkowski releases first single from forthcoming new album

Louise Rutkowski releases first single from forthcoming new album

Scots singer Louise Rutkowski is set to release the first single from her forthcoming album, Home. It’s been six years since music lovers had the pleasure of Louise’s distinctive vocals and the hotly anticipated new material has been worth the wait. Louise, who rose to prominence as part of the 4AD music project, This Mortal Coil, released her first solo album back in 2014. The first single from her newbie, Late Sun, is sure to…

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The Slow Readers Club announce new album – and Edinburgh gig

The Slow Readers Club announce new album – and Edinburgh gig

Manchester indie band The Slow Readers Club have announced their fifth studio album – and a tour for 2021 that will see them make a welcome return to Edinburgh. 91 Days in Isolation is due to release on October 23 via the band’s own label, SRC Records. The Slow Readers Club will play at the Liquid Room in Edinburgh on March 18, 2021. The band’s forthcoming newbie follows hot on the heels of Top 10…

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Shirley Manson reveals new Garbage album will be released next year

Shirley Manson reveals new Garbage album will be released next year

Edinburgh-born singer Shirley Manson has revealed that Garbage‘s next album is currently being mixed and is due for release next year. Speaking to Rolling Stone, Stockbridge-raised Shirley said that 2020 was set to be the band’s “most fun year we’ve had in quite some time” until the Covid-19 crisis put things on the backburner. “We’re restructuring our business and changing the way we release records from the way we have in the last eight years….

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Listen: Bright Eyes share glorious new single ‘Forced Convalescence’

Listen: Bright Eyes share glorious new single ‘Forced Convalescence’

Bright Eyes have shared new song ‘Forced Convalescence’ – the second track to be released from their forthcoming new album. You can listen to it right here. The Ohama trio comprising Conor Oberst, Mike Mogis and Nathaniel Walcott band announced their reunion back in February, as well as a world tour that sees them visit Scotland later this year. ‘Forced Convalescence’ follows on from recent comeback track ‘Persona Non Grata’, which was dropped last month…

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Listen: The Strokes share new song Brooklyn Bridge To Chorus

Listen: The Strokes share new song Brooklyn Bridge To Chorus

New York indie darlings The Strokes have shared new song Brooklyn Bridge To Chorus – and you can listen to it right here. The track is the third to be taken from the band’s soon-to-be-released new album, The New Abnormal, which drops this Friday (April 10). It’s The Strokes’ first LP since 2013’s Comedown Machine. The Rick Rubin-produced Brooklyn Bridge To Chorus follows on from the releases of At The Door and Bad Decisions. The…

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Jarvis Cocker delays release of new album and UK tour – see rescheduled dates here

Jarvis Cocker delays release of new album and UK tour – see rescheduled dates here

Jarvis Cocker‘s brand new project JARV IS… have announced they’ll be delaying their 2020 UK tour, as well as the release of their eagerly-anticipated debut album due to the coronavirus outbreak. The Pulp frontman and his new band were gearing up to release Beyond The Pale on May 1 via Rough Trade. Now, Jarvis and co have put back the release of the record until September 4, while their UK tour dates will now take…

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Listen: Bright Eyes share comeback single, Persona Non Grata

Listen: Bright Eyes share comeback single, Persona Non Grata

Indie darlings Bright Eyes have released new song Persona Non Grata – the band’s first new material since 2011. You can listen to it right here. The Ohama trio comprising Conor Oberst, Mike Mogis and Nathaniel Walcott band announced their reunion back in February, as well as a world tour that sees them visit Scotland later this year. Now, they’ve shared Persona Non Grata, their first new music in nine years. “There’s a playground of…

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Teenage Fanclub announce Edinburgh gig – and new album

Teenage Fanclub announce Edinburgh gig – and new album

Scottish indie veterans Teenage Fanclub have announced a UK and European tour – and it includes a visit to the Usher Hall in Edinburgh this November. The cult band will also play gigs in Aberdeen, Inverness and Glasgow. In addition to the tour, the Fannies have announced there will be a new album to go along with it. The tour dates will follow the release of new album Endless Arcade. Out in October this year,…

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