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We are incredibly pleased to stream 'Ugly', the new EP by The Sinking Feeling, which is being released on Struggletown Records.
Straight out of Glasgow, the band combine 90s emo with hints of grunge and dual male/female vocals for a tastier treat on the ears. It’s a huge wave of 90s…
We’re streaming the new EP by The Sinking Feeling; check it out!
I’ve got my brew in hand and I’m ready to discuss a lot of music in this first Already Heard podcast!
All this and an exclusive stream on Already Heard. tomorrow!
Here at Already Heard, we normally share our festival previews in the days leading up to a festival. However we’re taking a different approach with Hevy Fest simply because we’re too excited for it!
After taking a break last year, the hardcore, punk and metal festival is back for 2014 and even though it’s downsized from 3 days to 2, there still loads of awesome bands on offer. From established North American acts such as Finch, Silverstein, Reel Big Fish and Anti-Flag to some of the biggest and best bands these shores have to offer; Moose Blood, The Safety Fire, Me Vs Hero, Maybeshewill and much more.
Hevy Fest 2014 promises to be once again a memorable weekend. But with 40 bands playing over the 2 days, there’s bound to be some clashes. This is where Already Heard comes in, as we’re here to give you 10 must-see bands to see at Hevy Fest next month.
If you’ve been into any punk or rock club within the last ten years then the chances are you already know The Vandals infamous hit 'My Girlfriend’s Dead', but The Vandals are more than just a one hit wonder. Now playing their first show in the UK in over ten years, this is the chance to see one of the best of the early 90’s punk bands and hear choice cuts from a career spanning ten albums. Plus they’ll almost definitely play their Christmas song, 'Oi to the World' and who doesn’t want Christmas in August? (JS)
When: Friday 15th August
Apologies, I Have None
In the wake of singer and guitarist Dan leaving last year, Apologies, I Have None have completely reinvented themselves. Their new EP ‘Black Everything’ turns its back on their pop-punk roots for a more experimental sound, showcasing some of their best lyrics yet. While they’ll certainly be putting their new material through its paces, for those not yet converted, their older fan favourites haven’t been entirely purged from their set. Currently one of the strongest UK bands on the scene, if their Groezrock performance is anything to go by Apologies, I Have None will be worth getting to the main stage first thing on Friday for. (JS)
When: Friday 15th August.
Here’s our Hevy Fest 2014 preview; we recommend 10 bands you must watch at the festival! I recommended Crime in Stereo and Let’s Talk Daggers. Other recommended artists include The Hell, The Vandals, The Ocean, Empress AD, Apologies, I Have None, Moose Blood, Amenra and Maybeshewill!