New Found Glory is a part of the pop-punk scene that we have grown up with. After 20 years on the scene, they’ve headed back to their roots for this their most recent record Forever + Ever x Infinity.
Described as an “adrenaline-fueled, rock n’ roll circus”, Canadian-American Rockers Paylaye Royale are no strangers to flamboyancy, and this their most recent offering The Bastards proves that. The band and their cult following embrace the essence of rock and punk in a way many new bands fail to do so.
This year has been difficult so far and we all need a little help to get through it. The Used are here to help with their latest release, Heartwork.
The St Albans four-piece Enter Shikari have brought us a brand new album as their sixth such offering. Right from the offset, we were told that it was all leading to this, the definitive Enter Shikari album. Nothing is True and Everything is Possible is out everywhere April 17.
‘The Greatest’ is the latest single for South Coast Australian outfit Radio Rejects, out now on Riot Records. The band may be fairly new to the scene having only formed in 2018, but they are already rocking like real pros. In 2019 they released the two-track Dadcore Demos, and the songs have ended up featuring on international compilations.
All Time Low have graced us with another album, a new era with plenty of sunshine and a great message to “Wake up, Sunshine. Somebody loves you for yourself.”
Violent Soho want us to know that after having wrestled with a decade and a half worth of demons across their four previous albums full of wry suspicion, ageing angst, flippant cheek, existential despair, plaintive hope, pie-eyed wonder and worry, finally now in 2020 Everything Is A-OK.
5 Seconds Of Summer (5SOS), the Australian pop-rock band from Sydney, New South Wales sure landed on the scene with a thud and made their mark on the industry way back in 2014 with their self-titled debut.
Hot off their 20th-anniversary tour in Europe Silverstein are back with their first new album in three years.
The mood in the O2 Forum Kentish Town was high as a room full of old and new school punks alike waited for the Philadelphia rockers The Menzingers to give them the night of their lives.
Homegrown indie rock band Kaiser Chiefs have been on their UK and European tour for a few dates and it was finally London’s turn to be a party to the Duck Tour.
Dashboard Confessional decided to celebrate their 20th anniversary in style.
The Faim is a four-piece band from Perth, Australia that has been making the transition to international touring artists pretty quickly over the last year. Luckily for the rest of the world, they’ve managed to fit a lot of touring into that year. Today was London’s chance to see them and they welcomed the band with open arms.
Against The Current have been making waves in the industry for a while now and earlier in the week Rocksound Magazine crowned them Best International Artist in their annual award show.
Welsh rockers Dream State have been on the Primrose Path tour promoting their new album and when they finally got to London’s ULU fans had packed out the place to hear their own brand of musical genius themselves.
Early on a Friday night fans queue up in Camden to finally see their favourite pop punkers Real Friends and their equally poppy and punky supports Grayscale and Belmont.