After generating nearly half-a-billions streams, going gold in the US, in a climate where that achievement is becoming more and more rare, and launching a two-year whirlwind of sold out shows, Detroit's I Prevail return to the UK this June for three headline shows, following their main stage performance at this years Download Festival. The band will be supported by Palisades on all headline dates. You can see I Prevail at the following dates in the UK this June: 16th June - Download Festival, Donington 17th June - SWG3, Glasgow 18th June - O2 Ritz, Manchester 20th June - Electric Ballroom, London Fans who pre-order the new record Trauma here, will be able to buy pre-sale tickets from 10am on 6th March for the headline shows. General sale- 8th March 10am Ticketmaster.co.uk
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...
Slam Dunk Festival, the unmissable pop-punk party of the summer, is delighted to reveal the final mind-blowing names for 2019’s instalment. Pop punks Neck Deep, As It Is, Boston Manor, A Loss For Words, Grandson, Press to Meco, A Story Untold, Between You & Me, SHVPES, Kublai Khan, Cruel Hand. As well as these exciting new additions, Slam Dunk Festival have also announced the programming of the legendaryAcoustic Stage for the May Bank Holiday. Fresh from storming across the UK’s monumental arenas with Don Broco, Neck Deepstand as one of the biggest British pop-punk bands of the 21st century. Their unapologetic twist on such a celebrated and classic sound has cemented their place as prominent movers and shakers of the scene. The Hopeless Records’ act kicked off their global tour
Streetwear fashion can now be rented in London. Can’t afford that luxurious handbag? No problem! The Drop is here for you. A fashion stylist opened a pop up store in Westfield London renting affordable designer goods. Alize Demange of The Drop believes this is how people will get new clothing in the future. Demange told the BBC that "It might seem strange, but it could be something that becomes part of our everyday lives. An bag you might want to wear for a week but not want to invest all the money into buying it." The Drop offers clothes from well known brands such as Coach, House of Holland, Axel Arigato and Dirty South. T-Shirts can be rented for less than £10. If you want to feel a little special, you can go for a Marques Almeida jacket - worth over £1000 - for £200. https