Photos from Stand Atlantic at Zanzibar in Liverpool, with support from RØYLS and Superlove.
On a peaceful Sunday evening in the seaside town of Brighton, Frank Iero took to the stage at Concorde 2 to put on a powerhouse of a punk rock show.
On August 9, San Francisco’s own Outside Lands kicked off its weekend-long festival. The festival made sure to start things off with a bang having Twenty One Pilots headlining the first night.
Following on from their fantastic 2018 EP Hurry Up and Wait, Australian rockers Flickertail are back with a powerhouse of a single — ‘Right Behind The Eyes’.
Bristol-based pop-punkers Hightail are fresh onto the scene, with the recent release of their debut single ‘Made a Mess’. We had a chat with Lead Vocalist Jordan Veale about the single, their upcoming EP and where they hope it takes them.
Night Riots are not strangers to my ears.
Currently on The Night Running Tour, Beck and Cage the Elephant stopped at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California.
The debut album from Utah five-piece Sunsleeper is an outstanding, heart-wrenching, reflection on change, loss and – in the words of vocalist and guitarist Jeffery Mudgett – “harder to swallow circumstances”.
To put this review in context, I first saw Bones playing back in December 2014.
Three years ago the then teenage members of Pretty Vicious were picked up and thrown headfirst into the music industry.
Currently on tour in support of their new album Phases, Chase Atlantic stopped at Ace of Spades in Sacramento.
We caught up with Freddy Spera of Crejuvent.
On June 28th New Politics made their way to Holy Diver in Sacramento for part of their mini 10 year anniversary tour and with how high energy the band’s shows are and given the size of the venue, fans were in for a treat.
We caught up with Taylor Hughes of alt-pop outfit EXNATIONS.
Back at the beginning of June 2016, I was at Boston Music Rooms in North London to photograph Broken Witt Rebels, a brilliant young rock/blues/soul band from Birmingham (the original Peaky Blinders one, not the Alabama one). They were the support for a US band called Tyler Bryant and The Shakedown.
Bon Jovi’s final UK date for their 2019 tour saw them roll up to the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, where they last played in 2008.