Two updates for you today as we clear the decks for a new week. Part one’s coming at you now, and the second half will be thumping you in the earhole sometime late afternoon.
Outta Peak – “Anything”
Emerging energetic heavy alt-rockers Outta Peak are set to stake their claim as one of the new breed of bands to break through in 2017. The ascending foursome have just set loose their new video for “Anything”, which is lifted from the band’s acclaimed current album, Loveproof, out now.
Imminence – “Diamonds”
Swedish alternative rock/metal outfit Imminence have released the music video for their brand new song “Diamonds”. It features on the upcoming album This is Goodbye, due out on March 31st.
Blue October – “Coal Makes Diamonds”
The Texas based alt rock band Blue October released their current album, Home, in April 2016. Their fifth consecutive Billboard Top 20 record, the title track subsequently spent over 6 months in the Top 40 at US radio, creating increased promotional demands on the group and forcing the postponement of a European tour that had been due to take place in the early autumn. The UK dates will now take place at the beginning of March.
- 01.03.17 BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute
- 02.03.17 MANCHESTER O2 Ritz
- 03.03.17 LONDON O2 Academy Islington SOLD OUT
- 04.03.17 LONDON O2 Academy Islington
GOLD – “Teenage Lust”
GOLD have released the video for “White Noise”, a track taken from their upcoming album, entitled Optimist. The Dutch “post-everything” sextet will release their third full length album via Ván Records on February 24.
.bipolar. – “Overnighter”
Las Vegas based metal band .bipolar. have released the Official Music Video for “Overnighter” off of their January 2017 released Seven EP.
Divisionists – “Say Can You”
London-based psych power pop outfit Divisionists have announced they will be releasing their debut LP Daybreak on March 17 and present the first single “Say Can You” as a teaser. This album will be released digitally and on vinyl via Mount Watatic Records. The accompanying video was animated by Xeth Feinberg of Distractionland and psych rock band The Prefab Messiahs.