You've always dreamed to see two of your childhood bands together playing the same tour? It happened. Crying whilst singing out loud to "Miserable At Best" as well as "Don't Let me Cave In" have always been the anthem to your emo days? With 1 million records sold in the bag, 14 official singles and 9 world tours, Mayday Parade hit back the UK to co-headline a tour with The Wonder Years, which has been described "a collaboration we always wanted to happen" by Derek himself. Fifteen years in the business, the boys from Tallahassee, Florida have shared the same growth and experiences with The Wonder Years, from the earliest Warped Tours in 2013. "It was the time for us to do it, and I am so happy we crossed path" he commented. A few days ago, we had the chance to hang out with Der...
State Champs are taking on some new roles in their brand-new video for 'Criminal' which originally premiered with Billboard. On the video, bassist Ryan Scott Graham shares "We had a blast filming a handful of cameos for the new Criminal video. Miguel Barbosa had a great vision to expand on our idea of developing a series of interconnected videos for this album cycle, this of course being a prequel of sorts to the video for Dead and Gone. We had a lot of people asking about the meaning of it all, but we’re not ready to divulge that information yet! Just watch the video and enjoy.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-5tdCQPs_E Lucky for any fans wondering what happened with the iPod Classic after this filming, it is currently being loaded up with some of the Champs crew’s favo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FUR9PPB9I4&feature=youtu.be “Camden Rocks is where you can enjoy more than 200 bands - as long as you don’t mind skipping between more than 20 venues. We’re talking decent music... Quality and Quantity” Metro “Camden remains at the heart of where generations of new music gets its start and I'm proud to be a part of that tradition.” Billy Bragg "“It’s great to see punters and bands from all genres come together to celebrate the best of live music. The energy across the day is electric and does Camden’s rock and roll heritage proud”. Chris McCormack, Camden Rocks Festival Organiser After the announcement of Frank Turner as this year Saturday headliner, Camden Rocks Festival presents today the Sunday headliner: Deaf Havana. Camden Rocks sees the
With a lineup bursting with the very best names in alternative music, Slam Dunk Festival is thrilled to reveal stage splits for the May bank holiday weekender, which is set to touch down in Leeds Temple Newsam Park for the very first time and return to Hatfield Park after the success of last year’s greenfield event. In addition to this, Slam Dunk Festival have also revealed travel information and further afterparty details. In another Slam Dunk first, it has been announced that some stages will alternate their programming, becoming clash-proof. This year, neither the Jagermeister Stage or Impericon stage will clash, making sure fans of hardcore and metalcore will be able to catch both stage lineups throughout the day. In addition, The Dickies Stage and The Marshall Stage will not cl