Don Broco drop new single and announce UK tour dates

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The Bedford four-piece Don Broco recently announced dates for their UK tour. Alongside this, yesterday they unleashed a fearsome rock track, ‘T-Shirt’. The guitar driven song is a heavy mesh of pop-rock and is the latest to be taken from their forthcoming album Technology.

The tour kicks off in February 2018 and includes a total of eleven dates across Europe.  In addition, they will also be making an appearance at London’s Alexandra Palace as they play a headline show on November 11th.


Yesterday they released their new track, ‘T-Shirt’ is a pop-rock bluster of inflamed guitar riffs and weaves in vocals moaned by lead singer Rob Damiani. Damiani openly speaks out that the track is “very personal and inspired by previous relationships.”

Mixing a range of pop, funk and metal sounds, the rock-infected track has already been played by Annie Mac on BBC radio 1 and has reached critical acclaims since yesterday’s release.

Full UK tour dates as follows:

08/02 – Portsmouth, Pyramids
09/02 – Bristol, O2 Academy
10/02 – Cardiff, Great Hall
12/02 – Norwich, UEA
13/02 – Nottingham, Rock City
15/02 – Birmingham, O2 Academy
16/02 – Manchester, Academy
17/02 – Leeds, O2 Academy
19/02 – Newcastle, Northumbria Institute
20/02 – Aberdeen, Garage
21/02 – Glasgow, Barrowland


Listen to T-shirt  HERE .

The full album will be released on February 2nd via sharptone records, however you can still pre order via  WWW.DONBROCO.COM


Words by,

Laviea Thomas



The Stone Roses have announced live dates for next year.

The legendary Manchester band will play two hometown shows at the Ethiad Stadium next June, as well as headlining the Friday night at next year’s T In The Park.

The Manchester stadium will be host to 60,000 adoring fans each night, with the event highly likely to sell out in record time – similarly to the four-piece’s Heaton Park reunion gigs in 2012.

The news comes as images of lemons (synonymous with the quartet) started to appear around Manchester over the weekend, hinting that an announcement from the band was imminent.

Since learning of the news this evening, fans have taken to Twitter to express their reactions, including This Is England 90 star Thomas Turgoose. The actor tweeted: “The Stone Roses in June in Manchester, I’ll have a bit of that.”

With new touring plans announced at the beginning of festival season, many have speculated whether the band could also be headlining Glastonbury.

News of more festival dates still remains to be seen, but tickets for the Manchester events go on sale at 9:30am on Friday 6th November.


Words by Shannon Cotton



Following the success of their festival shows earlier this year and the release of their second studio album ‘Automatic’, the four piece from Hertfordshire are set to tour the UK this December. Don Broco will be joined by Coasts, Arcane Roots and Symmetry, forming a line up full of melodic guitars and infectious vocals.

You can catch Don Broco’s killer tour on these dates:

3/12 – Cardiff Tramshed

4/12 – Sheffield Plug

6/12 – Edinburgh Liquid Rooms SOLD OUT

7/12 – Leeds O2 Academy

8/12 – Exeter Lemon Grove

9/12 – Nottingham Rock City

11/12 – Manchester O2 Ritz

12/12 – Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall

13/12 – London O2 Academy Brixton

Automatic’ is out now.

Words by Izzy Minogue-Corps



Either Ben Stiller has shrunk and spontaneously decided to front an indie-pop three piece or The Hoosiers are still alive and touring. That’s right, they have more than two songs.

There’s no denying the uncanny resemblance between frontman Irwin Sparkes and infamous Zoolander ‘model’, as every single person in The Borderline, Soho noticed and announced to the person next to them as he bounded on stage to the Back To The Future theme tune (it IS Oct 21 2015). It would seem they even share a taste in fashion, if Sparkes‘ peck-flashing silky shirt is anything to go by. But is a questionable clothing item the star of the show this evening? No, because the news on everyone’s lips is that The Hoosiers are still a thing outside of 2007.

With the release of their latest album The Secret Service earlier this month, the pop outfit – minus former bassist Martin Skarendahl – have launched into a sixteen date UK tour, presumably to play Goodbye Mr A repeatedly for an hour, with an encore of Worried About Ray if the crowd are lucky.

All joking aside, The Hoosiers still put on an engaging show, taking a break from the stage mid way through to walk through the audience playing an acoustic version of Bumpy Ride. They’re fun, they’re energetic, they’re surprisingly short and they can write a hell of a catchy pop song – just look to Choices and Worst Case Scenario for some of their best.

Words by Anna Smith



It has emerged that The Rolling Stones will make a long-awaited return to live performance this summer.

While speaking to Billboard, Guitarist Ronnie Wood said that “[they] had a meeting in New York with the boys and we’re gonna come [to] North America again in the summer.”

No dates or cities have yet been confirmed for the shows, which will be the band’s first since the death of saxophone player Bobby Keys (aged 70 following a severe battle with cirrhosis of the liver) and the suicide of Jagger’s partner L’Wren Scott in 2014.